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Water in zoo unfit for consumption: Report

bacteriological analysis report of water samples sent for tests to Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow, a lab ofThe water report states that drinking water, the samples of which were sent for tests, is completely unfit for drinking and the samples of lake water have been found to be heavily contaminated with pathogens.Further, the collection of nullah water in the zoo lake has become a...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Kanpur

Hussainsagar's dredged waste toxic, poses health risks: Pollution control board

dumped at the abandoned stone quarries in Gajularamaram have been found to be toxic and a serious health hazard.conducted tests on samples collected from the dumping site. Apart from raising major environmental concerns, the test results have negated the claims of theThe samples were collected and tested after TOI reported the risks caused by the dumping, based on a report by the National Geophysical...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Rajkot

The dangers of testing Ebola

Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the dangers of testing Ebola, which has already claimed the lives of 14 healthcare workers....
Source : CNN |
Category : International

Former Rajasthan minister Babu Lal Nagar appears for medical test in rape case

Former Rajasthan minister Babu Lal Nagar, accused of raping and assaulting a 35-year-old woman, today appeared for medical tests in connection with the case at SMS Hospital in Jaipur, CID-Crime Branch sources said.A medical board examined him and collected his semen and other samples for forensic tests after Nagar reported at the hospital unescorted by CID-CB sleuths, who reached there separately.Earlier,...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : Jaipur

Polio virus found in Pakistani sewage samples

Samples taken from sewage from different parts of Karachi and Lahore, the country's most populated cities, have tested positive for the polio virus, officials said Tuesday.Ayesha Raza Farooq, national polio co-ordinator, confirmed that environmental samples from Lahore and Karachi have tested positive for the virus, Dawn online reported.The samples were taken in April.Farooq said she was not "too ...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Health | City : National

Polio virus found in Pakistani sewage samples

Samples taken from sewage from different parts of Karachi and Lahore, the country's most populated cities, have tested positive for the polio virus, officials said Tuesday.Ayesha Raza Farooq, national polio co-ordinator, confirmed that environmental samples from Lahore and Karachi have tested positive for the virus, Dawn online reported.Farooq said she was not "too concerned about the environmental...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : International

Cheese and snack sample of a super market fail food test

two major stores have failed the authority's test. Around 33% of food samples collected from the market during Diwali time have been reported to be violating Food Safety and Security Authority of India's norms. The team had taken around 34 samples, out of which 12 could not pass the laboratory test.The official in charge of FSSAI JP Singh said that according to the report collected from food analysis...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ranchi

It was not hantavirus but scrub typhus: National Institute of Virology

(NIV), Pune, has communicated to health secretary K Ellangovan that it was not hantavirus that was detected in the state. However, the controversy over the detection of hantavirus infection is far from over, with the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB) claiming that the sample had tested positive in its tests twice.NIV epidemiologist Dr Babasaheb V Tandale had earlier collected the blood samples...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Puducherry

Scientist develops new way using samples of beating heart tissue to test effect of drugs

Scientist develops new way using samples of beating heart tissue to test effect of drugsA Coventry University scientist has developed a pioneering new way - using samples of beating heart tissue - to test the effect of drugs on the heart without using human or animal trials.The breakthrough is the work of Dr Helen Maddock - an expert in cardiovascular physiology and pharmacology from the University's...
Source : news-medical |
Category : Health

New water-testing lab to help check contaminants

drinking water and sanitation department will start its water-testing laboratory soon at Hinoo. The unit will apply advanced technology to run at least 20 different tests.Dr Vivek Chauhan, state coordinator-water quality, said, "The basic function of the laboratory will be to collect contaminated water samples from all the 24 district water testing labs and run a confirmatory test on these. If the...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ranchi
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