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Latest Articles in malnutrition

India Providing Free Ration To About 80 Crore Poor For Last 7-8 Months: PM Modi

The event marks the highest priority accorded by the government to agriculture and nutrition and is a testament of the resolve to completely eliminate hunger, undernourishment and malnutrition.

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Poshan Maah 2020: PM Modi, Amit Shah kick off campaign against malnutrition

Poshan Maah 2020: PM Modi, Amit Shah kick off campaign against malnutrition

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Researchers find potential element to improve productivity, quality of life in elderly

Researchers find potential element to improve productivity, quality of life in elderly

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Combating Severe Malnutrition: Lessons From Rajasthan

It is the urgent need of the hour that we create a formal mechanism to measure and share the evidence from all states so that we can learn from each other and give a future of health to our children, that is not only our duty but also their right.

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Hunger, Malnutrition, Conflict Has Complex Relationship: FAO On World Food Day

This relationship may be posing the biggest threat to world for food insecurity and can be a reason for an agriculture giant like India to still remain on a poor position on global hunger index

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Malnutrition, Alcoholism Behind Widespread Tuberculosis In South India

The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, aims to identify markers in the blood that predict whether an individual will fail TB treatment and whether their household contacts will develop TB

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'Women In Rural India Register Gains In Nutrition, Food Security'

Anemia is a leading cause of maternal deaths in India. In India, half of children under three are either stunted or underweight due to malnutrition, and 79 percent are anemic.

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9 In 10 Children's Diet Could Be Deficient In Essential Nutrients: Study

Despite tremendous economic progress, India remains home to 184 million undernourished people, many of them young growing children causing serious concerns at the alarming hunger levels

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World Health Day: India's Health Report Is 'Unhealthy'

The Indian health story needs a re-write, and the Health sector should be one of the major concerns for the government, as to be the fastest growing economy, you need people who are mentally and physically fit

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Socio-economic Impact Of Malnutrition In India

A pro-nutrition social transformation agenda needs to be put in place to guarantee a healthy and competent population

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Tata Trusts: Why We Work On Nutrition

Improving nutrition also forms part of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by countries to be achieved by 2030

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Soy Nutrition And Opportunities In India

Cardiovascular diseases are major causes of mortality and disease in the Indian subcontinent, causing more than 25 per cent of deaths. It has been predicted that these diseases will increase rapidly and India will be the host for more than half the cases of heart disease in the world within the next 15 years. Soy food range can play a pivotal role to reduce protein energy malnutrition in India

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Low-Cost Nutritional Recipe Book Launched

Children will get proper diet with 50 indigenous recipes created by mothers belonging to communities in Maharashtra

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Malnutrition To Be Serious Challenge In Controlling NCDs In South Asia

Poor diets now pose a greater risk to health than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined and if there are no changes introduced in the current food system, there will still be 188 million calorie deficient people in South Asia in 2030

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