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India shows progressive signs to eradicate Malaria cases

With the target of malaria-free status by 2030, India has registered a 50 percent decline in malaria cases in India during 2018, as per the data from the National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme..................

Diabetes raises risk of cancer, with women at even greater likelihood:...

The findings published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) highlight the need for more research into the role diabetes plays in developing cancer...………….

Taxes on soft drinks, alcohol & tobacco must to tackle rising...

Data analysis by the Lancet presents strong evidence that taxes on unhealthy products have the potential to produce major health gains among the poorest in society who are disproportionately affected by NCDs..............

India among top four nations affected severely by antibiotic resistance

The white paper released by Aetna International highlights antibiotics resistance as a serious hazard to public health 7 Lakh deaths per year due to antimicrobial resistance, expected to reach 1 crore per annum by 2050.............

15.6 million abortions occur annually in India, finds first ever study

​The ​Lancet has come out with a first of its kind paper on the ​​Incidence of Abortion and Unintended Pregnancy in India................

SRL Diagnostics initiates ‘silent movement’ to combat pollution

The company initiated a ‘silent movement’ by illuminating all SRL labs and buildings in Delhi and NCR with green LED lights besides distributing 1,000 plants in Sector 29 of Gurugram and in SRL corporate office...............

Consuming fruits, vegetables & dals cuts risk of death: study

The researchers attribute beneficial effects of consuming fruits and vegetables to presence of antioxidants like vitamin C, vitamin E and carotenoids, and fiber in them..............

India needs to do more to tackle rising sale of unapproved...

The correspondence published in The Lancet Global Health highlights serious hurdles for controlling antimicrobial resistance in the country............

One million children saved, says a new study published in the...

As per the ‘India’s Million Death Study’, there have been significant reductions in mortality from pneumonia, diarrhoea, neonatal infections and birth asphyxia..............

Home care for stroke patients ineffective, reveals new study

The findings have surprised medical community because earlier studies carried out in developed countries had indicated that community-based rehabilitation played significant role in recovery of stroke patient..........