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The public health gains achieved in the past few decades, in the form of control or elimination of infectious diseases and improvements in children’s health, could be wiped out if uncontrolled climate change goes on, warns a new study released on Thursday.
A technique that sterilizes male mosquitoes using radiation will soon be tested as part of global health efforts to control diseases such as chikungunya, dengue, and Zika.
WHO launches first-ever insulin prequalification programme to expand access to life-saving treatment for diabetes. 14 November : Today is World Diabetes Day.
Defying the odds, an individual at high risk for early-onset Alzheimer’s disease remained dementia-free for many years beyond what was anticipated
The global average fertility rate is just below 2.5 children per woman today. Over the last 50 years the global fertility rate has halved.
Breast cancer is a malignant tumor – a tumor with the potential to invade other tissues or spread to other parts of the body.
Can Hyderabad be made Healthy? : Air pollution due to extreme traffic congestion is causing Heart attacks and Lung cancer Foundation for Futuristic Cities has organized the Roundtable on ‘Healthy Hyderabad – Wealthy Telangana’ at…
ASHAs, the grassroots level health workers, can deliver care for non-communicable diseases also if they were provided with appropriate training and were paid adequately.
Air pollution is a challenge through much of India. However, the high levels of particulate pollution in the Indo-Gangetic Plain region, stand out.
Report launched on World Cities Day offers tools for city leaders to tackle deaths through non-communicable diseases and road traffic injuries.
Reading the Brain’s Map : Coordinated Brain Activation Supports Spatial Learning and Decision-Making. Findings reveal an internal ‘replay’ process in the brain.
Tests for inherited genetic mutations can provide women diagnosed with ovarian or breast cancer with important information that can have implications for family members and potentially guide treatment decisions and longer-term screening for second cancers.
For women with the most common type of early-stage breast cancer and high scores on the Oncotype DX test, receiving chemotherapy with hormone therapy after surgery can lead to excellent long-term outcomes.
Plan launched on accelerating use of digital technologies to meet global public health needs. World Health Assembly resolution WHA/71 A71 on digital health underpins this work.
Genome sequencing data to help in predictive and preventive medicine. In April, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research started project named IndiGen
Guidelines released for evaluation of nano drugs. Guidelines for evaluation of nano-pharmaceuticals.
two ongoing frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) studies to form a new, integrated consortium. FTLD is a rare disease that can affect parts of the brain responsible for personality, behavior, language, and motor function.
Researchers have discovered a mechanism in rats that links cigarette smoking and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
A team of scientists has unraveled the molecular mechanism behind the development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). central vision,