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Pune woman becomes grandmother with dead son’s preserved semen

    Pune woman becomes grandmother with dead son’s preserved semen

PUNE: A Pune-based woman’s world came to an unexpected standstill when her son succumbed to cancer two years ago. But her joy knows no bounds now. She became a grandmother

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Separated twins improving; to return to Odisha

    Separated twins improving; to return to Odisha

BHUBANESWAR: The Odisha government has said Jaga and Kalia – the conjoined twins who were separated after surgery last year – are likely to be discharged next month from AIIMS,

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Delhi plans polluting industries’ switch to PNG

NEW DELHI: In a bid to tackle the city’s air pollution, the Delhi government plans to announce several measures in its upcoming ‘budget’, including promoting CNG-based generators, third party audit

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NHRC notice over rise in arsenic cases

    NHRC notice over rise in arsenic cases

NEW DELHI: The NHRC has sent a notice to the Centre and the Chhattisgarh government over reports that the number of people affected by fluorosis and kidney diseases is increasing

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Health costs growing faster than economy

    Health costs growing faster than economy

WASHINGTON: U.S. health care spending will keep growing faster than the overall economy in the foreseeable future, squeezing public insurance

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Extending health care could save new mothers

    Extending health care could save new mothers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.: Sixty days after giving birth, women with health insurance through Show-Me Healthy Babies and MO HealthNet lose

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Surprise: Big medical bill even with coverage

    Surprise: Big medical bill even with coverage

This winter’s nasty flu season may smack patients with a financial side effect: surprise medical bills. People who wind up

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Blood test for brain injuries gets US OK

    Blood test for brain injuries gets US OK

CHICAGO: The first blood test to help doctors diagnose traumatic brain injuries has won U.S. government approval. The move means

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Health firm cuts baby deliveries, operating rooms

    Health firm cuts baby deliveries, operating rooms

LACONIA, N.H.: A New Hampshire health care organization has announced some cuts, including an end to the delivery of babies,

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How best to treat opioids’ youngest sufferers

    How best to treat opioids’ youngest sufferers

CHICAGO: Two babies, born 15 months apart to the same young woman overcoming opioid addiction. Two very different treatments. Sarah

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