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Latest Articles in public health

Indian GDP Will Thrive When The Investment In Public Health Is Boosted

The interim period was not used to scale up the dying infrastructure, and the healthcare system continues to be in absolute shambles with lack of beds, shortage of oxygen and trained personnel, lack of testing facilities etc.

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Budget FY22 to provide clear roadmap for economic growth: KPMG

Budget FY22 to provide clear roadmap for economic growth: KPMG

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Surveys suggest men, women have different attitudes towards COVID-19 pandemic

Surveys suggest men, women have different attitudes towards COVID-19 pandemic

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New Age E-Commerce Products Making False Claims to Mislead Consumers: Allege Public Health Experts

Need to scan whether the new age personal care proclaimed natural products are natural: Say mothers

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Managing Public Health In Age Of AI & Analytics: Could We Avoid Outbreak Of Viruses Like Corona?

Not yet there, but we are getting closer. Analytics, machine learning, and AI promise better public health outcomes.

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First Childhood Flu Might Determine The Intensity Of Its Influence Later In Life

Much of the public health world is very concerned about the virus being introduced into Africa or India, where large populations exist does not have access to advanced medical care.

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We Invested $259 Million Since 2007 To Reduce Road Fatalities: Kelly Larson, Bloomberg Philanthropies

Globally, Bloomberg Philanthropies has invested $259 million since 2007 to implement interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries in low- and middle-income cities and countries, including Mumbai and India.

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