हिंदी में पढ़ें
Income Tax Calculator
Home Loan/EMI Calculator
Mutual Fund Returns Calculator
Personal Loan Calculator
Car Loan Calculator
M Se Market
Jeb Zindagi Zaroorat
Light Camera Stocks
Big Bulls Ka Nishana
Commodity Ke MrityunjayMantra
The Right Property Show
Economy & Infra
Policy & Initiatives
Tips and Tricks
Samco Mission Ace The Index
India 360: Why every morsel of food is poisonous?
Wed, Jun 07, 2023
World Food Safety Day 2023: World Health Safety Day is celebrated every year on 7th June. The purpose of celebrating this day is to make food producers, consumers and the government aware about food safety. According to the WHO, every year one out of 10 people globally falls ill after eating contaminated food. Today this news is useful in India 360, know what is the importance of World Safety Day!
WHO advisory group calls for Covid boosters targeting XBB variants
Fri, May 19, 2023
The World Health Organization (WHO) Covid vaccine composition advisory group has recommended that vaccine makers drop the ancestral strain and switch to a monovalent (single-strain) vaccine that contains an XBB.1 descendant lineage such as XBB.1.5.
WHO cautions on use of ChatGPT, Bard in healthcare
Wed, May 17, 2023
Carefully examining the risks involved is imperative while using artificial intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT, Bard, and Bert in healthcare, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday.
Mpox emergency is over: WHO
Fri, May 12, 2023
Mpox emergency is over: The mpox disease no longer represents a global health emergency, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), said at a virtual press conference from Geneva, based on a statement by the WHO`s emergency committee.
WHO urges vigilance in Europe over Monkeypox
Tue, Apr 18, 2023
According to WHO Europe, the campaign will coincide with the publication of a new mpox strategy, which outlines the steps that member states in the region must take to prepare for the spring and summer seasons, as well as the medium to long-term measures necessary to stop the sustained transmission of mpox from person to person.
WHO reports first death from H3N8 virus in China
Wed, Apr 12, 2023
Human cases of infection with avian influenza viruses are usually the result of direct or indirect exposure to infected live or dead poultry or contaminated environments.
WHO's new Covid update on vax threaten demand, revenues, says report
Mon, Apr 10, 2023
Most European countries, including the UK, have already restricted boosters to the highest-risk groups.
WHO asks China to regularly share data on COVID-19 situation
Sat, Dec 31, 2022
WHO called on China to strengthen viral sequencing, clinical management, and impact assessment, and expressed willingness to provide support in these areas, as well as on risk communications on vaccination to counter hesitancy.
Covid crisis haunts China again: Highly infectious new Coronavirus variant detected
Wed, Oct 12, 2022
New Covid cases are spiking across mainland China, prompting many local authorities to tighten controls on movement.
WHO flags concern over four India-made cough syrups potentially linked to children's death in Gambia
Thu, Oct 06, 2022
The medicines made by New Delhi-based Maiden Pharmaceuticals Limited, which have been largely used for paediatric use, are believed to contain chemicals that are toxic and potentially fatal, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said.
Monkeypox virus, disease outbreak: Centre mulls fresh guidelines as cases spiral
Fri, Aug 05, 2022
According to sources, the Health Ministry will soon release fresh guidelines on Monkeypox management.
Monkeypox: Delhi reports 4th case as Nigerian woman tests positive, India tally at 9
Thu, Aug 04, 2022
The incubation period is usually six to 13 days and the case fatality rate of monkeypox has historically ranged up to 11 per cent in the general population and higher among children. In recent times, the case fatality rate has been around three to six per cent.
What is Hand Foot Mouth Disease? This is what WHO says about it
Fri, Jul 29, 2022
Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common infectious disease that occurs most often in children, but can also occur in adolescents and occasionally in adults
Monkeypox virus: WHO chief's advise to men on reducing disease transmission
Thu, Jul 28, 2022
It's just as likely that monkeypox was always capable of transmitting and presenting like this, but it hadn't been formally reported or so widespread before
Monkeypox vaccine: India invites bid to develop diagnostic kits and shots - Details
Thu, Jul 28, 2022
The ICMR has also invited expression of interest (EOI), proposing to hand over the strain to interested Indian vaccine manufacturers, pharma companies and in-vitro diagnostic industry partners for development of indigenous vaccines against monkeypox and diagnostic kits for detection of the disease.
Monkeypox: Symptoms, complications and treatment explained in Pics
Wed, Jul 27, 2022
Monkeypox has been declared as a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Explainer: Monkeypox - New disease? Symptoms, recovery period, how does it spread and more
Mon, Jul 25, 2022
The patient, who is presently recovering at an isolation centre at the Lok Nayak Hospital, had attended a 'stag party' in Himachal Pradesh's Manali recently, official sources told PTI.
WHO issues highest ever alert, declares global health emergency over monkeypox outbreak
Sun, Jul 24, 2022
The WHO label - a "public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC)" - is designed to trigger a coordinated international response and could unlock funding to collaborate on sharing vaccines and treatments.
Is monkeypox outbreak not global health emergency? Check what WHO says
Sat, Jul 23, 2022
The committee, which met on Thursday, provides advice to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is responsible for making the final decision over whether to declare a global health emergency.
Monkeypox: WHO says 'considering declaring disease global emergency'
Thu, Jul 21, 2022
Monkeypox has been entrenched for decades in parts of central and western Africa, where diseased wild animals occasionally infect people in rural areas in relatively contained epidemics