ANAEMIA

  • Japan to work with India in finding Sickle Cell Anaemia remedy August 31, 2014

    Kyoto: Japan on Sunday agreed to work with India in inventing treatment to the Sickle Cell Anaemia after Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought help for finding remedy to the deadly disease commonly found among tribals in India. Modi, who has been keenly looking for a remedy to the disease since his...
  • India has 40 per cent of world's malnourished: Expert June 30, 2013

    New Delhi: India constitutes 40 per cent of the world's malnourished population and the highest rate of underweight children due to improper implementation of government policies, a global health expert has said. MG Venkatesh Mannar, president of Canadabased NGO Micronutrient Initiative, said India's condition despite being an emerging economy was bad...
  • Telangana set to become anaemia capital of AP May 7, 2012

    HYDERABAD: Telangana region is set to become the capital of anaemia, according to Dr V Janaki, asst. Prof. in gynaecology at Niloufer Hospital. More than 20 percent of girls are dying, and more than 40 percent of the female population is affected with the disease in the region, she said.Speaking...
  • Doc talk: 7 reasons for fatigue and what they mean May 12, 2008

    New Delhi: Feeling tired often could be a sign of major health problems. Dr Amit Verma tells you about the early warning signs that your fatigue could be pointing towards. Anaemia Iron deficiency is one of the major reasons for fatigue. The reason being your tissues and organs need oxygen to...
  • India weakening: Most women and kids anaemic October 13, 2007

    The latest National Family Health Survey has shown that most Indians have anaemia. The survey's findings reveal that over 55 per cent women and about 24 per cent Indian men are anaemic, but unfortunately, few are aware of the same. Reena, a 31yearold mother of two has been hospitalised since some...