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Harikumar Sivanandan
Worked at Health Services, Kerala
Attended IJHS, Tangasseri
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Agree . It's high time we adopt strict water conservation and ground water replenishment measures.
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One of the world’s most dazzling engineering feats is largely hidden from view. Tim Maughan stepped on board a container ship to investigate the humungous, algorithmically-controlled network that supplies most of what you own.
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and we are supposed to have an efficient  vaccine policy
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A little bit of everything...interested in anything under the sun and beyond
Introduction
Medico interested in Public Health, MPH scholar at SCTIMST, Trivandrum,
Education
  • IJHS, Tangasseri
  • Medical College, Trivandrum
Work
Employment
  • Health Services, Kerala
    Assistant Surgeon
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Secrecy and information theft
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Though the new government at the Centre has done a lot to block unauthorised access to government offices, the recent incident of the loss o

Food insecurity and statistical fog
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The implementation of the National Food Security Act is mired in apathy and confusion. A grave injustice is being done to millions of people

The cost of negligence
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The failure of successive governments in India, especially those in States that have the highest mortality rates among children younger than

Band-aid solutions for health problems
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The Draft National Health Policy 2015 fails to tackle head-on the core problem of the Indian health system: its management, administration a

Flu in the air
www.thehindu.com

Public health experts agree that the response to the pandemic depends on constant surveillance and monitoring the evolution of the viral str

New virus, more outbreaks - The Hindu
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A look at state-wise data shows that states with larger numbers of fatalities are also those with less successful public health infrastructu

Mining the Moon, now a serious prospect
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With an estimated 1.6 billion tons of water ice at its poles and an abundance of rare-earth elements, private firms and space agencies are d

A smartphone dongle to diagnose HIV, syphilis
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Sensitivity, specificity for both infections are comparable to ELISA

Second swine flu death in T.N.
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A 53-year-old man died of complications from H1N1 viral infection (swine flu) in a government hospital here on Monday.

Of diagnoses and second opinions
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A survivor from many maladies gives an account of her adventures through clinics

Preparing for the injectable polio vaccine
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Global plan envisages a mix of oral and injectable vaccines for total immunity

Drug patent: Gilead prepares to appeal
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The decision of multinational pharmaceutical major, Gilead Sciences, to appeal against the decision of the Indian Patent Office (IPO) to rej

KGMOA meet to discuss public health challenges
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The 48th State conference of the Kerala Government Medical Officers’ Association (KGMOA) will be held at the Hill District Club Auditorium a

Cash transfers, the lazy short cut
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Alleviating poverty in India requires not only cash transfers but also other enabling changes

Learning from one another
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Indian research was deeply influenced by the knowledge of foreign works on the subject, and in turn, Indian maths influenced mathematical wo

High C-section rate in Kerala under scrutiny again
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The current rate of C-sections in government hospitals is 43 per cent.

Top 10 moments in Science in 2014
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From landing a probe on a comet travelling at 66,000 kms per hour to sending a Mars Orbiter at a cost of Rs. 7 per km, 2014 will go down as

Mosquito coils, incense sticks contain carcinogens, says expert
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Inhaling smoke emitted by mosquito coils and incense sticks is not only harmful to the lungs, but can also cause cancer, said Sundeep Salvi,

Centre moots health as a fundamental right
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The policy also makes denial of health care an offence