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13th Global Healthcare Summit: VP calls for national movement to combat...

Calling for a national movement against NCDs, the Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu has urged the Indian Medical Association to take the lead in promoting awareness, particularly among the students, for adopting healthy lifestyles..............

Asia Pacific policymakers & mayors pledge to strengthen tobacco control &...

Representatives from Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Timor Leste, Laos, Cambodia, Nepal, Bangladesh and India met on 4th to 6th December to discuss how best to overcome the considerable challenges to tobacco control in the region...…………….

NITI Aayog to launch guidelines for PPP in treatment of NCDs

Model Concessionaire Agreement (MCA) set to be released by the top think tank has been prepared in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare..................

Lifestyle diseases in India on rise in last two decades, govt...

While the statistics shared by the union minister of state for health, Ms Anupriya Patel in the Parliament shows gradual increase in the non-communicable diseases over the period of two decades in India, she pointed out to the number of schemes launched...……...

Strict measures but no ban on alcoholism & smoking: health ministry

While the health ministry has listed the strict measures that would act as deterrents for public smoking and alcoholism, it has said that there are no action plan for any ban currently….................

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..............

Health policy has recognized the burden of NCDs, says Anupriya Patel

While health is a state subject, the Central Government supplements the efforts of the State Governments for improving healthcare, remarked the minister of state for health and family welfare...........

A call to action on kidney disease in women

The George Institute for Global Health in collaboration with Arogya World held a panel discussion on 7th March to highlight the impact of kidney disease on women’s health and call for renewed efforts to improve prevention and treatment...................

“Universal Health Coverage in India can’t succeed with one-size-fits-all approach”

Mentioned Mr Harald Nusser, Head of Novartis-Social Business who believes that India requires its own homegrown model of health coverage system as the ones already in place in western nations won’t necessarily work here..........

Health Secretary chairs national review of NHM

The health secretary, Mr C K Mishra while attending the review meeting of the National Health Mission has emphasized on the strengthening of peripheral health institutions, innovations, and new strategies.........