Chikungunya adds to Dengue scare in India The problem in the Indian city of Delhi.

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Chikungunya adds to Dengue scare in India The problem in the Indian city of Delhi.

Also, they are encouraging the usage of mosquito repellant and bed nets and putting patients with the disease in nets to avoid mosquitoes biting them and spreading the disease further.. Chikungunya adds to Dengue scare in India The problem in the Indian city of Delhi, which is battling to control an outgreak of dengue fever now approaching epidemic proportions, has been exacerbated by an outbreak of another mosquito bourne disease, Chikungunya. At least one person from Govindpuri area has reported to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences casualty with suspected Chikungunya and another 19 samples from Delhi are waiting to be examined for chikungunya.Sick children are especially vulnerable in poor countries. A child in sub-Saharan Africa identified as having type 1 diabetes has a life expectancy of significantly less than one year. A child with the same condition in the created world has the likelihood to live a complete life. ‘The premature death of a kid caused by insufficient insulin is unacceptable, whenever a life-saving answer is available. We must work together across borders to maintain these children from dying; for this reason I welcome this brand-new programme being released by Novo Nordisk today,’ says Professor Jean Claude Mbanya, president-elect of the International Diabetes Federation .