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AIIMS discontinues contract tracing of exposed Health Care Workers due to insufficient resources

The country's premier health institution also discontinued the practice for contact tracing of exposed HCWs and quarantine of asymptomatic contact

Published on 23rd April 2021
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AIIMS to adopt 50 physically challenged old-age people

In association with the NGO, Healthy Ageing Indian, the AIIMS will adopt 50 elderly people who are economically or physically challenged

Published on 3rd July 2017
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Anxiety, depression cases on high, priority must be given to mental health care facilities: Study

The study was conducted by Rural PREP (Collaborative for Rural Primary care Research, Education and Practice)

Published on 20th September 2020
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At least 66 medical students test positive for COVID in Karnataka after attending a party

MBBS students in two different states test positive for COVID after attending an event on the college campus. While one was a get-together party, another was an event organised by the college itself

Published on 25th November 2021
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COVID-10: IIT Guwahati team designs bamboo furniture for health care centres, make-shift isolation wards

The institute is in touch with with two local entrepreneurs who have agreed to undertake the manufacturing of the furniture and the designs have also been shared with Guwahati Medical Hospital

Published on 30th April 2020
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Education ministry approves new scheme to cover all aspects of adult education for next 5 years

The ministry has also decided to use 'Education For All' instead of 'Adult Education' as the previous term did not appropriately represent all non-literates in the 15 years and above age group

Published on 18th February 2022
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Eligible but not vaccinated? Kerala HC agrees with govt and says you can't return to college

All the colleges are reopening in the state today after almost a 20-month break due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 25th October 2021
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From Stanford project to DIY healthcare, how Noora is helping Indians stay healthy

What started as a project at Stanford University has now turned into an organisation. Noora Health has been working to educate people on how to care for themselves, thereby reducing hospital visits

Published on 30th November 2018
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Google advised 'mental health care' over complaints of racism in the workplace

The vicitms consulted human resources after colleagues made comments about their skin colour or laBck hairstyles or asked if they were sexually interested in their teammates

Published on 8th March 2021
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Here's how this digital platform by MAHE students can connect patients to blood donors in seconds 

The information available on the platform is carefully handled by the team and ensured that no private information of donors or receivers is leaked

 

Published on 25th October 2021
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Keep schools open with appropriate prevention measures in place: WHO Europe

According to WHO Europe, "Science must trump politics and the long-term interests of children must remain a priority"

Published on 30th October 2021
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Kerala teachers demand increase in funds for mid-day meal scheme by forming a heart

The protestors demanded an end to constraints faced by school headmasters because of the paucity of funds for the mid-day meals

Published on 26th November 2021
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Meet Butterfly Ma'am, a teacher who sets up special gardens in schools across Hyderabad. Here's how she's winging it

Radhika Chitalapati has a Global Teacher Certification from Illinois University and a heart that is bursting with love for butterflies and nature. Now, she is sharing that love with students

Published on 25th October 2021
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NFHS 5: Every fourth woman aged 20-24 fell prey to child marriage even as percentage drops

The percentage of women who ever experienced spousal violence was highest in Tamil Nadu (38.1 per cent), followed by Uttar Pradesh (34.8 per cent), Jharkhand (31.5 per cent), Odisha (30.6 per cent)

Published on 25th November 2021
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No one is safe until everyone is safe: UN Secretary-General calls for more investment in health care 

Investments in health systems also improve countries' preparedness and response to future health emergencies, the Secretary General said

Published on 13th December 2020

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