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Rio Olympics Marathon Runner OP Jaisha Tests Positive For Swine Flu

Rio Olympics: After Sudha Singh, marathon runner OP Jaisha tes...

Indian marathon runner OP Jaisha, who competed at the just-concluded Rio Olympics, has been tested positive for H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu. The news came two days after fellow runner Sudha Singh, who participated in the women's 3000m ... Webindia123, 4 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Hand hygiene can keep viral flu at bay

Bengaluru: With the sudden change in weather over the past few days, hospitals across the city are seeing an increase in the number of viral fever cases, including viral gastroenteritis. Hospital authorities said the increasing footfalls are due to ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

2 more people tested positive for Zika virus in Iloilo City

The two live in the same household as the 'index case,' or the 6th laboratory-confirmed case announced last week by the health department Jee Y. Geronimo Published 12:05 PM, September 13, 2016 Updated 12:25 PM, September 13, 2016 ...
 Rappler1 week ago Is the Zika virus part of a NWO depopulation agenda?  Sott.net2 weeks ago Philippines confirms first case of Zika virus this year: ministry  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Iloilo woman tests positive for Zika virus  Rappler2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Panic in the city! In Zika-stricken Miami, aerial pesticide spray adds to fears

MIAMI BEACH: In the only U.S. city confirmed to have mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus, some residents say they'd rather be bitten than be exposed to droplets of chemicals sprayed from planes to kill the bugs. No assurances from health officials ...
 Economic Times1 week ago In Zika-stricken Miami, aerial pesticide spray adds to fears  New Indian Express1 week ago Aerial pesticide spray adds to fears in Zika-stricken Miami  Mumbai Mirror1 week ago Aerial pesticide key driver of Zika's end in Miami: US  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago

Flu surge puts Perth hospital emergency departments under pressure

A spike in flu cases is straining Perth hospital emergency departments as the city suffers through its highest levels of influenza-like illnesses in four years. The flu surge resulted in 160 hours of ambulance ramping across Perth's tertiary ...
 ABC Online3 weeks ago
Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy

Airborne flu detection at bird markets hints at human exposure risk

Viable avian flu virus is easily detectable in the air of live-poultry markets, which may explain why those who visit markets but don't have direct contact with the birds become infected, according to air sampling from sites in China and Hong Kong. ...
 Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy3 weeks ago

600 people have died in Russia from flu: Health ministry

Tatyana Golikova About 600 people have died in Russia from flu, including the H1N1 virus, since the start of the year, the health minister said on Wednesday. "The number of people who have died from different kinds of flu since the start of ...
 News.Az3 weeks ago Russia's health minister warns media against spreading flu panic  News.Az1 month ago

New York City Wages War on the Zika Virus

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 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago New York City Wages War on a Zika Virus  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

Unvaccinated Children Immune To The Mysterious Virus Spreading In The Midwest

Many children had been hospitalized with the virus, about 475 in Kansas City alone, and there is no known vaccine to lessen the effects of the virus or protect those that had yet to acquire it. EV-D68 had created an outbreak in Colorado, ...
 Before It's News1 month ago
Times of India

Hospitals flooded with dengue, chikungunya patients

AURANGABAD: Private medical practitioners in the city have claimed that the condition of Aurangabad is similar to Delhi with hospitals flooded with patients suffering from dengue and chikungunya. They said as many as six persons have succumbed to ...
 Times of India4 days ago
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