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Ramanathan Raju named NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation commissioner

Ramanathan Raju, a medical doctor who brings more than 30 years of experience in public and not-for-profit hospital systems, was on Tuesday appointed the commissioner of Health and Hospitals......

High-level team to review public health measures in U'khand

Amid fears of disease outbreak after widespread devastation in flood-affected Uttarakhand, the Union Health Ministry has deputed a high-level team which will review the public health measures in......

Why is Mumbai abandoning its civic hospitals?

By deserting public hospitals we are dismantling our public health-care system, says Dr Sanjay Nagral. The recent story of babies with heart defects dying in Mumbai's civic hospitals while the......

India more focused about healthcare reforms: USAID chief

United States Agency for International Development’s Administrator Dr Raj Shah has said the public-private partnerships the USAID has been pushing for in India has overcome much of the......

CRPF camp attack: State govt employee detained

The Jammu and Kashmir police has detained Parandeep Singh, a daily wager with the public health department who allegedly provided shelter to two fidayeens who carried out the suicide attack in......

'Minimum government, maximum governance' in public sector banks

The Bharatiya Janata Party regime will have to make good on this election slogan to restore state-owned banks to health, says Rajiv Lall.  Minimum government and maximum governance was one of......

Free medicines at public health facilities from November 1

With finalisation of 12th Plan outlay, Health Ministry is aiming to roll out its ambitious project for provision of free medicines to all at public health facilities across the country from......

The pros and cons of free generic drugs

News of the government's proposal that free generic medicines be made available through the public health system can be read in two ways. On the one hand, it is a much-needed step forward –......

Messiah of the masses: Cipla's global crusade for low cost drugs

In 1935, when Khwaja Abdul Hamied set up Cipla in Central Mumbai to manufacture medicines in India, few could have predicted that in the next few decades the company would take on the world's......

India slashes health budget, already one of the world's lowest

The United Nations estimates about one third of the world's 1.2 billion poorest people live in India The government has ordered a cut of nearly 20 per cent in its 2014-15 healthcare budget due to......

Kamal Haasan: My best roles came from Balachandersaab

'I am an actor because he made me one.' Kamal Haasan on his mentor, director K Balachander, who is seriously ill in hospital. K Balachander, who introduced superstars like Rajinikanth and Kamal......

Bigg Boss: I am NOT pregnant, says Diandra

'Kissing doesn’t lead to pregnancy, right? It’s just one of the dumbest rumours flying around,' Diandra Soares tells Rajul Hegde/ Rediff.com and clears the air. Model Diandra......

Kal Penn: I would love to shoot five Bollywood films simultaneously

'...But my strong suit will not be dancing,' Kal Penn tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com, in the concluding part of the interview. Part I of the interview: 'I'm not related to......

'Investing in girls is about the smartest thing you can do'

Over Dosas in Mumbai, Oscar winner Megan Mylan tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel why she chose India and girl empowerment as the subject of her new documentary. Image: Megan Mylan (centre) with her......

Review: Angels is forgettable

Angels has a disappointing story and shoddy film-making, says Paresh C Palicha. These days, television has a solution for everything and debutante director Jean Markose uses this premise......

Muhammad Ali's health 'vastly improved'

The condition of Muhammad Ali has "vastly improved" since he was admitted to the hospital over the weekend with a mild case of pneumonia and doctors hope to discharge the boxing legend soon, a......

Actor Elba joins forces with footballers Vieira, Toure to fight Ebola

In one of the campaign's spots, Elba plays a football coach giving a halftime talk during West Africa's "life or death" match against Ebola and in another, footballers Yaya Touré, Carlton......

Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes succumbs to head injury

File Photo of Phillip Hughes. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital in Sydney on Thursday, two days after the international batsman was struck......

FIFA mess: Official charged with fraud, money-laundering

A man walks in front of the FIFA logo displayed outside the FIFA headquarters. Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images A member of the financial watchdog committee at soccer's ruling body FIFA......

'Voice of cricket' Richie Benaud suffering from skin cancer

Australia captain Richie Benaud, the voice of cricket for millions of television viewers, said he was being treated for skin cancer in his first public appearance in more than a year. The......
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  People speak for public health

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Q. what do you do if you get itching at an odd place of your body when in public ????
Pathline Channel:  A.  more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/what-do-you-do-if-you-get-itching-at-an-odd-place-of-your-bo/28082324/answers/

samir med
Q. with recent report of deaths during nashbandi operations in camps do you think health ministry should be under control of qualified doctor professional with in depth idea of health issues of public interest?
Samir Med:  A. when itching is inside , scratching outside offers very little comfort or rather it increases ............I will go to a deserted place to get the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/with-recent-report-of-deaths-during-nashbandi-operations-in-/28047445/answers/28082332

samir med
Q. with recent report of deaths during nashbandi operations in camps do you think health ministry should be under control of qualified doctor professional with in depth idea of health issues of public interest?
Samir Med:  A. Not at all ! more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/with-recent-report-of-deaths-during-nashbandi-operations-in-/28047446/answers/28047509

Pradipta pati
Q. Spitting at public placethrowing filth & plastic wrappers/containers at public place,Throwing lit-cigarette at public placeLeaving the water-tap open in a public toiletPassing urine on the edge of roadTalking loudly on mobile phone at a public placeTalking on mobile phone while drivingDriving the vehicle at a high speed in a busy roadHow many of U never care for doing the above things.....?
Pradipta Pati:  A. first of all, the health minister should be a qualified, person, who knows what is happening is right or wrong more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/spitting-at-public-placethrowing-filth--plastic-wrapperscont/28015916/answers/28047455

raj sharma
Q. is the MODI-fied media making too much storm in cup of tea of Vadra affair ?
Raj Sharma:  A. never do all the above. more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-the-modi-fied-media-making-too-much-storm-in-cup-of-tea-o/28011684/answers/28015930

  Web results for Public Health
Siddu govt bogged down by challenges galore

Year 2014 went without any big announcements from the Siddaramaiah government which entered into its second year in office. Looking back at the... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/449800/siddu-govt-bogged-down-challenges.html
2014, the year in review | Your money should have made you smile

2014 was the year in which real estate investors continued to wait for the multiplier that real estate is supposed to be as prices remained either... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/935cGBFmZlppPdSeCixyVN/2014-the-year-in-review--Your-money-should-have-made-you-s.html
Why the humble samosa is not quite a junk food!

In November this year, Brazil released its second edition of national dietary guidelines. These are being termed as simple, holistic and are... ...

http://www.millenniumpost.in/NewsContent.aspx?NID=90038
Spicejet bailout would be wrong

After Vijay Mallya of the grounded Kingfisher Airlines, it is now the turn of Kalanidhi Maran of SpiceJet. Both barons have taken air-travelers,... ...

http://www.millenniumpost.in/NewsContent.aspx?NID=90035
Does a 20% cut in healthcare spending hurt India?

Given that India is a low-income country and has an abysmal healthcare system, the case remains for higher public spending on health, accompanied... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/dhGS5PR17Si0TJlnrQd0vL/Does-a-20-cut-in-healthcare-spending-hurt-India.html

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