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Swine Flu: Better Late than Never India: According to official reports, the death toll in India due to swine flu increases to 561. The total number of people affected with swine flu increases to 17,486. India would be able to indigenously develop swine flu vaccine by June next year, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad told parliament Tuesday. Three pharmaceutical companies in India Serum Institute of India, Bharat Biotech, and Panacea Biotech are working towards developing indigenous vaccine for the swine flu and is likely to be ready by June 2010.

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France to Delight Bangalore Bangalore: The city is ready to witness a festival called “Bonjour India� organized by the Embassy of France in association with Indian Government. The best of French art, cinema, music and culture will be performed from Dec 5.

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There will be exhibitions, concerts, literary meetings, film fests, and debates reflecting French culture, arts and science. The festival will help to strengthening bilateral, p o l i t i c a l , c u l t u ra l a n d economic ties between the two countries.

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NEWS HEADLINES US to release USD 525 million for Pakistan Gold hits new record high at Rs 17,890 per 10 gm ISRO to use aviation kerosene for semi-cryogenic India joins hands to commorate 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. Vodafone launches online contest coinciding with new Zoozoo ad. India's swine flu toll touches 560, over 17,000 affected Sensex falls below the 17,000mark.




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Health Limit your Salt Intake to 5 g

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Research proved that high salt intake increases the risk of both stroke and cardiovascular disease. The association between high salt intake and high blood pressure is well established, and it has been suggested that a reduction in dietary salt intake has the potential to substantially reduce the levels of cardiovascular disease. The World Health O r g a n i z a t i o n recommended level of salt consumption is 5 g (about one teaspoon) per day at the population level. Analysis shows that a difference of 5 g a day in habitual salt intake is associated with a 23 percent difference in the rate of stroke and a 17 percent difference in the rate of total cardiovascular d i s e a s e . Reducing daily salt intake by 5 g at the population level could avert one and a quarter million deaths from stroke and almost three million deaths from cardiovascular disease each year.

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