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Dengue fever The dengue fever outbreak in Delhi has jumped by another 1,700 cases during the past week, bringing the total in the capital city to 5,471, including 33 deaths. In all of 2014, Delhi saw...

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Bangladeshi health officials reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) in September of a human infection with an avian influenza A(H9N2) virus. The case, which occurred in a toddler in February,...

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After several years of being diphtheria-free, the dangerous toxigenic disease has returned to the Kerala State city of Malappuram, which has taken the life of at least one child. The Times of India reported...

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The dengue fever outbreak in New Delhi has grown to approximately 2,000 cases as national and city governments attempt to tackle the most cases seen in the city in years. The death toll as of this weekend...

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The India Health Ministry is calling on the Delhi government to crack down on private hospitals that may be overcharging for treatment of dengue fever as the city’s case tally continues to grow. The...

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The surge of dengue fever cases continue in Delhi as health officials report 430 cases during the first week of September, bringing the tally to 1,259 in the national capital. This includes two dengue-related...

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Nearly one year ago, health officials in the Laxmangarh area of Alwar district reported on a diphtheria outbreak that took the lives of six children. Today, it’s deja vu in the area as at least...

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Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi announced today at the inauguration of the two-day “Call to Action Summit-2015-ending preventable child and maternal deaths” that the country has eliminated...

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Delhi city officials reported Monday that the number of dengue fever cases nearly doubled during the past week with the total cases now at 530, the most cases in the city since 2010 when 550 cases were...

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The Municipal Corporation of Delhi is reporting a surge of dengue fever in the Indian capital as officials report 158 new cases during the past week, bringing the total to 277 this year. This compares...