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World Laughter Day 2014 – can laughing actually improve your health? – TheHealthSite #Health


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World Laughter Day 2014 – can laughing actually improve your health?
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laughter yoga Bhopal reverberated with joyful sounds as people competed with each other to release their tensions and reduce stress by venting out all negativity and bringing in positivity through the medium of laughter as they celebrated World Laughter on …
Laughter Park to be developed for people to release tensions, says Vishwas Free Press Journal
Laughing your way to good health with 'laughter yoga'The Star Online
Nagpur's laughter clubs laugh their way to good lifeTimes of India

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Asthmatics in India high on suffering, low on care – Times of India #Health


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Asthmatics in India high on suffering, low on care
Times of India
PUNE: Patients suffering from asthma in India suffer the most and asthma management in the country is fairly poor compared to many other nations, reveals a recent analysis of an Asia-Pacific study on asthma and its treatment. The Asia Pacific Asthma …
Asthma attacks go up during harvesting season, say expertsIndian Express
More than 50 thousand peoples are asthmatic in RanchiAvenue Mail

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Avoid asthma triggers – gulfnews.com #Health


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Avoid asthma triggers
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The Global Initiative for Asthma (Gina), launched in 1993 in collaboration with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization, organises World Asthma Day on this day every year to increase …
A young girl's terrifying story and why experts insist it's time to end the ban on Daily Mail
Wrong notions weakening fight against asthmaTimes of India

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Two more sunstroke deaths in Odisha, toll now 12 – Business Standard #Health


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Two more sunstroke deaths in Odisha, toll now 12
Business Standard
Odisha Monday confirmed two more deaths due to sunstroke, taking the death toll in the heat wave sweeping across the state to 12. One person died in Angul and another in Dhenkanal district, an official of the state revenue department told IANS.
Odisha sunstroke toll mounts to 12, temperature dipsPress Trust of India
Odisha heatstroke death toll rises to 12Odisha Sun Times

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MCI to Include Stem Cell Transplant in MBBS Curriculum – The New Indian Express #Health


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MCI to Include Stem Cell Transplant in MBBS Curriculum
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The Medical Council of India is considering a proposal to introduce a chapter on stem cell transplant in academic curriculum for medical graduates to increase awareness among young doctors about the treatment, especially for blood-related disorders.
India lags behind in stem cell donors: ExpertBusiness Standard
Heart cell transplants show 'less promise'DigitalJournal.com
Spine surgeons caution against unauthorised use of stem cell treatment for pharmabiz.com

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MCI refuses to renew licence of medical college at Hindu Rao – Business Standard #Health


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MCI refuses to renew licence of medical college at Hindu Rao
Business Standard
Delhi's first municipal-run medical college at Hindu Rao Hospital has hit a roadblock with the Medical Council of India (MCI) refusing to renew its licence for the new academic session 2014-15. MCI officials had recently conducted an inspection of the medical …
Concern over de-recognition of medical collegesAssam Tribune
Assam CM Tarun Gogoi concerned over derecognition of two medical collegesEconomic Times

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