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Asian Stocks Bounce As Investors Welcome China Virus Response

Worries about contagion, particularly as millions travel for Lunar New Year festivities, have knocked stocks from record peaks.

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Air Pollution Causes Premature Deaths In The Country

Air pollution causes a whopping number of nearly 6.5 lakh premature deaths in the country. Countless more are affected by minor, nagging ailments. Such a mammoth health issue must be addressed urgently

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India Can Lead In Universal Health Care With Ayurveda

It is time for all the health organizations of the world to look eastward. It is time to think Ayurveda

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India Needs A Renaissance In The Field Of Medicine

Today, at least half of the world’s population still do not have full coverage of essential health services. Over 80 crore people (almost 12 percent of the world’s population) spend at least 10 percent of their household budgets to pay for health care. India has a long way to go

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The Green Sugar Substitute

With over 70 million diabetic people in India, shifting to Stevia as a natural replacement for sugar makes big business sense for all stakeholders

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The Answers Lie In Moments Of Silence!

Take a few moments of silence today and nourish your spirit. You might just find the answers you were looking for

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How To Deal With Anxiety At The Workplace

Chronic suppression of emotions leads to depression with attacks of overlaid anxiety

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Being “Well”

"...a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." - The World Health Organization

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WHO Ready To Help India Eliminate Tuberculosis By 2025

India is making commitments now, like we are talking about TB elimination in 2030, Maldives I think will be able to achieve it by 2020

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Agro-Chemicals Increase Cancer Cases In India: Myth Or Reality?

WHO did not mention any pesticide in its list of chemicals that have carcinogenic effect on humans

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World Suicide Day: What Are Sixty Seconds For You?

Modern life means we may be not stopping and noticing the natural things around us which includes people

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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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'Around 25% Of Worldwide Deaths Linked To Environmental ill health'

In particular, the report notes, environmental threats are posing an increasingly acute danger to human health - especially in major emerging markets such as China and India.

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World Malaria Day: Cause, Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment

Malaria, a preventable and treatable disease, affects around 3.3 billion people in 106 countries every year. India accounts for 2 million confirmed malaria cases and over 1,000 deaths annually

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Money Can't Buy Happiness, But Can Surely Buy You A Kidney

Out of the 2 lakh people, only 3 per cent of the demand is met, leading to a higher stake of illegal trafficking

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