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World Hunger Is On The Rise, Still Affects 821 Million People: UN

Although the malnutrition rate declined in previous decades yet since 2015 it’s witnessing an unusual increase which possesses a serious threat to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

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When Nature Meets Science

Integrative Medicine is the next wave in healthcare

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Improvements In Air Pollution Offer Concrete Benefits In Terms Of Longer Lives: Michael Greenstone

As India balances, the urgent need for robust economic growth with the urgent need for public health, the AQLI provides a concrete measure of the benefits of reducing particulate air pollution in terms of longer lives

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India, Indonesia Far Behind In Measles Vaccination: WHO

India and Indonesia account for 91 per cent of unvaccinated children in the region, with India alone accounting for 67 per cent of the children missing immunisation.

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WHO Aims To Mobilise Action On Depression

Interventions for parents of children with behavioural problems may reduce parental depressive symptoms and improve outcomes for their children. Exercise programmes for the elderly can also be effective in depression prevention

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Violence Against Women: Not Just A Family Issue

The fight against violence against women (VAW) is a long drawn one. But, if we hold a commitment towards achieving gender equality, social inclusion and human rights for all, one of the sustainable development goals (SDG) - setting up a responsive legal framework is essential

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Cabinet Note Sent For Complete FDI Ban In Tobacco: Nirmala Sitharaman

The Commerce and Industry Ministry has moved a proposal for the consideration of the Cabinet to completely ban foreign direct investment in the tobacco sector, Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said.

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Importance Of Effective Health Information Systems For NCDs

NCDs are primarily driven by four major chronic conditions - cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and cancers - which together are responsible for over 80 per cent of the NCD related mortality

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How To Create A Disability-Friendly Workplace

Here are five simple solutions companies can incorporate to make their workplace more disabled-friendly

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