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UN warns two-third Yemenis facing famine

Cairo, March 16 The United Nations warned on Wednesday that around two-thirds of Yemen's population, are in need of urgent assistance to avoid the risk of starving to death over the coming months.

Timely detection of any diseases is beneficial Amitabh Bachchan

Mumbai, March 15 Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is a tuberculosis and Hepatitis B conqueror, on Wednesday launched a mobile application named 'ABC of Breast Health' here and said timely detection, treatment and awareness can held a person survive any disease.

Cabinet approves National Health Policy

New Delhi, March 15 The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the National Health Policy, official sources said.

AIIMS autopsy rules out foul play in JNU student’s death

New Delhi, March 15 The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Wednesday ruled out any foul play in the death of a 28-year-old Dalit student of Jawaharlal Nehru University, who allegedly hanged himself in his friend's room here on March 13.

Are smartphones driving teenagers away from drugs?

New York, March 15 Adolescents in the US may be using less drugs because they are constantly stimulated and entertained by their computers and smartphones, experts say.

‘Andhra Mid-cap pharmas may offer investment opportunities’

Mumbai, March 15 With Indian big pharma companies getting bogged down due to regulatory issues, mid-cap companies based in Hyderabad may provide opportunities for investors, said HDFC Securities on Wednesday in a research report.

Watching porn may make men less satisfied in relationships

New York, March 15 Far from giving your sex life a leg-up, watching porn may lead to reduced happiness in relationships -- both sexually and generally, suggests new research.

Hospital death Mamata meets bereaved family, promises job

Kolkata, March 15 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday met the bereaved family members of Sunil Pandey who died at a private city hospital earlier this week.

Low anti-anxiety hormone levels may up postpartum depression

New York, March 15 Pregnant women having lower levels of an anti-anxiety hormone in their second trimester had an increased chance of developing postpartum depression, a study has shown.

Indian-American sworn-in as top US healthcare agency head

Washington, March 15 Indian-American Seema Verma has been sworn-in as the head of a key healthcare agency in the Donald Trump administration.