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WHO

The War on Virus

Amita Shah

It’s a tough campaign and the government is doing a fine job. The rest is on us

Inside the Invader

The making of a pandemic and what we can do about it

Coronavirus: How Vulnerable Are We?

Even if the human toll of the Coronavirus is contained, the economic disruption in India could soon be substantial

Measles Vaccine: Pins and Needles

How rumours, pseudoscience and the tricky issue of consent are derailing India’s measles vaccine programme

A Pill in Time

If you don’t take your medicines, they won’t work

Zika Virus

Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable since the Zika virus can cause unborn babies severe brain damage. This has led to plenty of panic

The National Air Quality Index

The WHO report states that among the world’s 20 dirtiest cities, 13 are in India, a claim that India rejected

Why You Shouldn’t be Afraid of Swine Flu

Swine flu has killed 7 out of every 1,000 people infected. The corresponding figure for seasonal flu, which strikes every year around winter, is 70-140 deaths.

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