Come winters and Delhi is engulfed in heavy smog. With the ever-increasing pollution and onset of winter season, the layer of smog over Delhi was so dense that visibility was reduced by up to 50 metres.
A total of 485 fresh cases of dengue was reported over the last week in the city, taking the number of people affected by the vector-borne disease to 2,215, a municipal report has said.
A terrifying footage of a doctor removing dozens of slimy, squirmy maggots from a boy's ears has gone viral.
A woman, in her 50s, was found on Tuesday locked in a room in her parents' house for the last 15 years for her abnormal behaviour in North Goa's Candolim village.
The Supreme Court on Monday allowed a West Bengal-based woman, who is in her 26th week of pregnancy, to abort her foetus suffering from severe cardiac ailments.
About 150 cases of chikungunya have been reported in Delhi so far this year, with 9 of them being recorded this month alone. Delhi government is trying to create awareness among the people hoping that this will...
New Delhi [India], Aug. 31 (ANI): India witnessed its first case of "endo-brochial stenting" for a lung transplant patient.
In a shocking development, specific batches of 60 drugs, some of which have been widely used, have failed quality tests in a sample-based screening conducted by the national drug regulatory agency Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO).
Right after the International Women's Day, the Parliament on Thursday passed a bill that will benefit about 1.8 million women in India. The Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016 was passed by the Lok Sabha, months after the Rajya Sabha approved the measure.
Today, March 8, is the day to celebrate womanhood as it is the International Women’s Day. The day celebrates the social, political, cultural, political, economic achievements of women and their significant contributions to the society.
Mumbai: Daulatram Jogawat, the obese Madhya Pradesh policeman who weighs around 180 kg and was 'fat-shamed' by writer-columnist Shobha De on Twitter, underwent a bariatric surgery at Mumbai's Saifee Hospital on Thursday morning.
An American woman in her 70s who had contracted an infection while being treated for a thigh bone fracture in India two years ago, died recently.
US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) on Wednesday set new cannabis extract laws by amending the Schedule I Controlled Substances Act to include tighter regulations for marijuana extracts, including cannabidiol (CBD).
A new study has found that those who smoke one cigarette a day or less still have greater odds of dying earlier than non-smokers.
A rare and frightening superbug gene has been found by researchers on a pig farm in the US. The researchers have claimed that the discovery of this gene sends a clear sign that raw meat has the potential to carry the dangerous germs into the human population.
New Delhi [India], Sept. 14: The Supreme Court will yoday pronounce its judgement on a PIL challenging inhuman sterilizations, particularly in rural areas, which are prevailing with reckless disregard for the lives of poor women.
London [England], Sept. 14: A recent experimental study, in a surprising new revelation suggests that it might be possible to conceive children using skin cells, thus making it possible for gay couples to have babies without the involvement of the other sex.
London [England], Sept. 14: According to a recent study thousands of people have successfully been able to quit smoking by using e-cigarettes.
London [England], Sept. 14: As per a recent analysis, constant headaches are being ignored by sufferers despite being aware of the fact that they are a common indicator of brain tumors.
London [England], Sept. 14: Researchers at Sweden's Karolinska Institute claim that sleeping till late on weekends, disturb the natural rhythms of the body leading to one feel worse rather than relaxed.
Washington D.C [USA], Sept. 12: A recent study showed that the intent on quitting tobacco, be it electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) or cigarettes, seems to drop off among less educated smokers.
Washington D.C [USA], Sept. 12: A new study found that people who visit emergency rooms for mental health care were transferred to another facility at six times the rate of people, who visit ERs other conditions, and could face a wait of almost two hours.
Washington D.C [USA], Sept. 12: A recent research showed that men, who gamble are more likely to act violently towards others, with the most addicted gamblers, most prone to serious violence.
Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 11: As per new study, pregnant women, with bipolar disorder should be aware of a significantly higher risk for developing postpartum psychosis.
Washington D.C.[USA], Sept. 10: A recent research revealed that women, who undergo gastric bypass surgery for weight loss,have the
London [England], Sept. 10: Now on, think before consuming more than three rashers of bacon a day.
Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 10: What comes as a ray of hope for the rheumatic heart disease patients is a novel heart valve replacement method, which is needed for thousands of patients each year.
New Delhi [India], Sep 9: ISAAC- International Skin & Anti Aging Centre was introduced to Soprano Ice Platinum Technology.
Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 9: A new article says that the decision to show green-light to the drug nalmefene for curbing excess drinking among the alcohol-dependents, should be overturned.
Colombo [Sri Lanka], Sept. 9: With countries across South-East Asia Region host to large migrant populations, World Health Organisation (WHO) recently called for focused attention to address their health needs.