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Enough data not available on mental health issues among tribals: Experts

The meeting organized by The George Institute for Global Health India brought together key stakeholders to discuss the issues related to tribal mental health and also listed out key recommendations.........

Experts discuss utility of big data to shape the women health...

At a roundtable organized by the ICMR and GIGH, the discussions happened on the future of women’s health using data and research to shape policy and programs...........

Steroid treatment associated with high-risk of adverse events for kidney disease

A study by The George Institute for Global Health has found unexpectedly large increase in the risk of serious adverse events, primarily infections among patients with IgA nephropathy and excess protein in their urine.........

Three year £1.9m project to promote stroke research in India

The University of Central Lancashire and the George Institute for Global Health have joined hands to promote stroke research in India.......

NCDs account for higher number of deaths among adolescents in India

The analysis conducted by The George Institute for Global Health shows that for both younger and older adolescent boys and for older adolescent girls, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and injuries are responsible for a higher number of deaths..........

Indian & Australian experts discuss the future of digital health in...

The recent roundtable at Delhi is one of the first activities to be held under the Health MoU exchanged between Prime Minister Turnbull and Prime Minister Modi in April this year......

A few Indians know their BP and fewer among them get...

These are some of the initial findings of a new study which aims to estimate prevalence, awareness and treatment of hypertension........

GIGH to extend national salt reduction programme to school children

The George Institute for Global Health to extend the programme to 15000 school children from Delhi and Hyderabad under a pilot project..........

World Kidney Day: High prevalence of obesity among CKD patients, reveals...

While close to 50% prevalence of obesity seen in the 1500 kidney disease patients recruited for the study, the overall prevalence of obesity is seen at a whopping 57% among women.....

Urgent need for action plan to reduce deadly salt consumption in...

Indians are eating more than double the recommended amount of salt, putting themselves at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and early death....