Initially, seven doctors mustered up the courage to speak up about certain unidentified people blackmailing them through stolen social media and mobile phone data. Now, more women doctors and medical students have come up with complaints about being blackmailed by some unidentified people.
Dr Salman Kazmi, a complainant in the case, says over 200 women . . . → Read More: Doctors in a Fix
Pakistan Council for Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) on Tuesday told Senate Standing Committee of Science and Technology that not a single city of the country has 100 percent potable ground water, as 80 percent of it is unfit for drinking and injurious to health.
“A survey conducted in 24 major cities of the country . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Water Problem: 80% unfit for drinking
It has been one full year since polio was detected anywhere in Africa, a significant milestone in global health that has left health experts around the world quietly celebrating.
The goal had seemed tantalizingly close in recent years, but polio always managed to roar back, particularly . . . → Read More: No Polio Case Reported for a year in Africa
Last year, scientists launched a trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola in Guinea. On Friday, they reported great news: The vaccine works well, providing remarkable protection just 10 days after injection.
“We have to stop and celebrate the fact that an innovative trial design was . . . → Read More: Role of Timing in an Epidemic Treatment
“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.” These are the words of Malala Yousafzai that echoed in the Harvard University. She has totally stunned the world with her endeavors to manifest education universally. This ship that harbors education is still in the docks. However, it is too early to . . . → Read More: Rejuvenation through Education
As many as 37 more dengue viral fever cases were reported from Karachi city in a week increasing the patients toll to 701 in 2015.
According to a report issued by Dengue Prevention and Control Program Sindh, at least 37 more dengue fever cases surfaced in the city in the last week and total number . . . → Read More: Karachi: dengue toll rises to 701