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Latest Articles in World Health Day 2021

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Tracing the Digital Leap in Indian Healthcare through the COVID-19 pandemic

Today India is entering a new era defined by telehealth or telemedicine as it is popularly known by moving past the traditional model of in-person consultations to redefine patients’ primary healthcare experience.

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World Health Day: Surge in Covid Cases and New Strains, Is Post-Covid Era A Far Cry?

The unpredictable nature of coronavirus is proving costly to human lives and global economies. But the best way to fight any strain of the virus is to observe the health and hygiene protocols.

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World Health Day: Liver Disease On Rise, Alarming Factors

Patients with liver disease may not have any symptoms or discomfort, therefore, an early visit to a liver specialist is helpful. Most patients with liver disease, including liver cancer can be offered very good and often curative treatments despite advanced stages of their liver disease.

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World Health Day: Policybazaar 'Health Insurance Year In Review' Survey

Rising healthcare costs in general and reports of astronomical Covid-19 treatment costs at private hospitals have changed India’s attitude towards the health insurance.

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Indus Health Plus Survey Reveals That Lifestyle Diseases Impact Productive Years Of Peoples’ Lives

The trend report highlights that females are prone to Anemia (23%), Dyslipidemia (20%) as compared to males. Males are at higher risk of diabetes (27%), Vitamin B12 deficiency (21%)and heart ailments (14%).

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Want to look young, glowing despite your busy schedule? Here’s how

All these procedures are incidentally not too much time taking and just needs half an hour sitting with your cosmetic surgeon. After all, who doesn’t want to look young despite

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COVID19 wave – Here’s How Every Housing Society Can Prepare Better

Here’s what societies can do to be prepared for a situation where tenants catch the COVID infection, and bridge the need gap for a few hours, till the patients receive the required medical assistance or get hospitalized;

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Times of COVID – Health and Equity

A lot will also depend on using new forms of capital that blend grants, equity, and debt. The timing and reasons are right; all we need is the Will to take it through.

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Air Pollution Continues To Be A Major Cause Of Mortality For Non-Communicable Diseases In India – Fedo

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases contribute to around 41 million (71%) of all deaths globally and around 5.87 million (60%) of all deaths in India.

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Healthcare: From Waiting Rooms To Holograms

Here are key lessons for healthcare organizations on how to use technology to make their services more accessible to patients:

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Omani Child’s Liver Saves Indian Child In A Rare Domino Transplant

The donor and two recipients luckily did not face any hiccoughs in the postoperative recovery period.

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D&I Initiatives Are Key To Priorities In Mental Health At The Workplace

A welcoming step towards being inclusive of mental health will be to sensitize, educate and encourage the employees as well as the leadership at all levels.

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Why Should You Care About Your Heart, Even If You Are Young?

Our body is our temple, we must care about it and worship its significance. A healthy heart will lead to a healthy mind, and long life, and vice-versa.

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10 Effective Physical & Mental Fitness Activities For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

Here are 10 mental or cognitive activities which can help in the cognitive developmental of a child:

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World Health Day: Upskilling Of Doctors For A Healthier Tomorrow

These online learning networks could radically lead to democratisation of knowledge and facilitate skill development among medical practitioners who face the need to upskill and reinvent themselves to stay relevant

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