Eco Preservation : Sanitation for India

848 million Indians do not have access to clean drinking water and toilets. States like Orissa and West Bengal have the highest number of people without access to sanitation facilities. India’s poor sanitary predicament costs the country 54 billion dollars annually.  The consumption of unsafe water coupled with unsanitary living conditions, leads to contraction of water borne diseases... Continue Reading →

Know : 10 Oldest known Diseases

Cholera - Around 400 B.C.E. Typhoid - From 430 to 426 B.C.E. Leprosy - 1550 B.C.E. Smallpox - 1580 B.C.E. Rabies - 2300 B.C.E. Malaria - 2700 B.C.E. Pneumonia - Archaeological record isn't strong Tuberculosis - 9,000 years old Trachoma - 8000 B.C.E. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever - Isn't really Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever itself,... Continue Reading →

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