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New evidence on adolescent nutrition in India is a call to...

First thematic report based on ground-breaking Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS), 2016-18: ‘Adolescents, Diets and Nutrition: Growing Well in a Changing World’...................

Private players hold the key to map TB cases misse­d by...

According to health specialists and policymakers, there is a need for a multi-pronged approach involving the government, private players and pathological laboratories, if this goal is to be achieved...............

TB Free India Summit 2019: India’s top political leaders & bollywood...

The two day event focused on advocacy for tuberculosis featured cricket match involving India's top ministers, political leaders, parliamentarians, MLAs and Bollywood actors...............

Over 150 student volunteers from IPCA initiate ‘Swachh Bharat’ drive

Cleanliness drive to stress on the importance of cleanliness and hygiene in personal, professional and public space was organized on the run-up to the 70th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress (IPC) which will be held from December 21 to 23 at Amity University.................

CII’s 15th India Health Summit kicks off at Delhi

The Confederation of Indian industry (CII)’s annual flagship 15th Health Summit 2018 with theme Indian Healthcare – A Changing Paradigm– is being held from 29th - 30th November 2018 in New Delhi...………….

Assam hosts 5th national summit on good practices in Indian public...

Besides the presence of top ministers of the state and central government, the event also witnessed the awards to the best performing states in delivering healthcare among various categories...…………...

Ayushman Bharat has potential to tackle inaccessibilty, unaffordability: PwC report

The latest report by PricewaterhouseCoopers has highlighted the role of recently announced Ayushman Bharat-National Health Protection Mission in eliminating the loopholes that exist in the implementation of universal health coverage in India...…………...

Strongly committed towards eliminating Viral Hepatitis by 2030: J P Nadda

The Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Mr J P Nadda, reiterated the government's commitment to eliminate the Hepatitis from the country as he launched the National Viral Hepatitis Control Program to mark the World Hepatitis Day, 2018...…….

WHO calls for urgent action across South East Asia to tackle...

Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia in her World Hepatitis Day message called for an urgent action to find, test and treat the missing millions suffering viral hepatitis and achieve the time-bound targets of regional action plan...…………….

Govt allocates INR 46 crore for Leprosy in 2017-18

The 60 percent of the cases reported globally are from India.....