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  • Indore: Fluctuating temperature takes toll, patients prey to disease

    Fluctuating temperature has led to a sudden influx of patients in city hospitals. They all have fallen prey to seasonal diseases like cold and cough, viral fever, eye and stomach infections. “Fickle weather conditions have led to an increase in incidence of viral diseases. On an average 10 patients visit my clinic daily. Most of them complain of viral fever and stomach infection,” said general physician Dr Mahendra Jha. “If weather continues

  • Mumbai: 3,500 people fall sick in just 10 days due to sudden climate change

    Mumbai: Since the last 10 days, more than 3,500 patients suffering from viral fever were hospitalised in civic hospitals. Doctors have blamed the sudden change in the climate for the rise in viral infections. Civic hospital doctors said they are treating more than 100 patients suffering from viral infections on daily basis.

  • Bhopal: Viral fever on rise, hospitals see rush

    Bhopal: With recent fluctuation in temperature, city hospitals are witnessing spurt in number of patients affected with viral fever. Everyday, three or four patients are being admitted in these hospitals with symptoms such of high fever and body ache. In the OPDs of hospitals, the number of patients has doubled in last few days with patients complaining of cold, cough and throat infection.

  • Fever hits Suresh Raina

    Mumbai : Indian middle-order batsman Suresh Raina has been ruled out of the first ODI of the five-match series against New Zealand due to viral fever.

  • Viral cases on rise due to weather fluctuation

    Ujjain : With the weather fluctuation and temperatures going bouncy the city is seeing rise in cases of viral fever and gastric problems.

  • Summer blues: Beware of viral fever and diarrhea

    Mumbai :  After flip-flop weather for months, summer is finally here for Mumbaikars. However, the onset of summer has seen a jump in cases of dizziness, viral fever and diarrhoea in the past one week owing to rising temperatures in the metropolis. Health experts have said the rising humidity leads to bodily changes and affects people’s health leading to weakness and low immunity. City doctors have therefore, emphasised on high intake of

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    Sonia misses Parliamnet session due to viral fever

    New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who did not attend the Parliament session today, is down with viral fever. Party sources said tonight that Gandhi could not attend the Parliament today as she was unwell and may skip it tomorrow as well. Incidentally, the contentious Land Acquisition Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha. Gandhi is a member of the Lok Sabha from Rae Bareli and is also the chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary Party