Mulayam Singh Yadav in Gurgaon hospital

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav has been admitted in a private hospital here following high fever, a doctor said on Saturday.

Malaria killed more people than usual in Ebola outbreak

Malaria likely killed many more people than usual in the West African nation of Guinea during last year's Ebola outbreak, a new study suggests, as tens of thousands with potential signs of the mosquito-spread disease probably shunned health clinics.

Drug-resistant 'superbug' strain of typhoid spreads worldwide

An antibiotic-resistant "superbug" strain of typhoid fever has spread globally, driven by a single family of the bacteria, called H58, according to the findings of a large international study.

Jaswant Singh hospitalised after fever, respiratory distress

Former BJP leader Jaswant Singh was admitted to Army Research and Referral hospital here after developing symptoms of fever and respiratory distress, as per reports on Wednesday.

IMA issues guidelines on the use of painkillers

Indian Medical Association (IMA) Thursday asked people to desist from using common painkillers like Aspirin and Paracetamol for pain and fever management saying they could cause more harm than good if taken without medical supervision.

Paper strip can detect Ebola in 10 minutes

Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a paper strip that can quickly diagnose Ebola as well as other fevers such as dengue and yellow fever in just 10 minutes. 

Swine flu: How to protect yourself from the disease

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Delhi CM-designate Arvind Kejriwal still down with fever

With only a day left for the oath-taking ceremony, Delhi's chief ministerial-designate Arvind Kejriwal is still unwell, according to party sources.

Arvind Kejriwal down with fever

 Delhi's chief minister designate Arvind Kejriwal is down with high fever and had to cancel his some meetings today, party sources said.

Delhi election fever grips B-Town
Delhi election fever grips B-Town

Bollywood celebrities, taking a keen interest in Delhi elections, have urged fans to go out and vote for "change".

TN sets up call centre for info on Swine flu

Days after a 53-year-old man died of H1N1 infection here, Tamil Nadu government on Saturday reviewed the situation and set up a round-the-clock call centre as it allayed fears saying there was no need to panic.

Tamil Nadu sets up call centre for info on Swine flu

Days after a 53-year-old man died of H1N1 infection here, Tamil Nadu government on Saturday reviewed the situation and set up a round-the-clock call centre as it allayed fears saying there was no need to panic.

Swine flu: Symptoms, tips to avoid H1N1 virus

Even as the deadly swine flu has returned to haunt us, deaths have been reported from across the country, including Delhi-NCR. There is also an increase in new cases from across the country.

Minor fever with breathlessness can be swine flu: IMA

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) Friday issued a set of guidelines to tackle swine flu and urged citizens not to neglect minor cases of fever with breathlessness.

Argentina says Fernandez in hospital for treatment of fever

Argentina`s President Cristina Fernandez checked into a Buenos Aires hospital for treatment of "an infectious fever," according to a statement issued by the government.

Spain tests 4 with fever for Ebola, isolates jet

Four people with fever considered at risk for Ebola were being tested Thursday in Spain for the virus, including one who arrived on an Air France jet that was isolated at Madrid's airport as a precaution, officials said.

Plane isolated at Madrid airport for Ebola check

An Air France plane was isolated at Madrid's airport on Thursday because of a suspected Ebola case after a passenger was reported to have a fever and shivers, officials said.

Food poisoning leaves 320 people sick in China

At least 320 people in China have been hospitalised due to suspected food poisoning, health officials said Thursday.

Hospitalised John Degenkolb confident for 2014 UCI Road World Championships
Hospitalised John Degenkolb confident for 2014 UCI Road World Championships

German sprinter John Degenkolb, who recently won the green jersey as points leader on the Tour of Spain, has been hospitalised in Frankfurt with a fever, his manager Jorg Werner revealed on Wednesday.

One dose of new drug seems safe, effective in treating influenza symptoms

A new study has revealed that single dose of the neuraminidase inhibitor (NAI) peramivir has shown promising results in treating influenza symptoms, including fever and viral shedding.