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India’s weight problem – malnutrition and overweight

The latest study has found that among various malnutrition indicators, low birth weight is the largest contributor to child deaths, followed stunting, underweight and wasting...................

SafePoint India applauds Bihar govt for adoption of ‘AD Syringes for...

While the Governments of Punjab and Andhra Pradesh have already adopted this as a state policy, Bihar's health authorities have now joined and taken the lead to encourage the use of Auto-Disable Syringes in the state....................

India Iodine Survey 2018-19: 76.3% of Indian households consume adequately iodized...

Nutrition International and partners disseminate results of India Iodine Survey 2018-19 which convey need to sustain and step up efforts to achieve Universal Salt Iodisation (USI)...................

The Ophthalmologist’s Burnout: Diagnosed, Debated but Never Treated

Despite efforts by the Government to overcome the shortfall of ophthalmologists in India, the ophthalmologist to people ratio remains extremely skewed, writes Sandeep Bothra, Country Business Head – Surgical, Alcon.................

Sustainable manufacturing practices key to combat growing AMR

The experts highlighted the importance of attention towards pharmaceutical manufacturing practices at the joint workshop conducted in Korea by Centrient Pharmaceuticals and Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi, on 'Sustainable Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals'.........................

Breakthrough DNA test to identify all drug resistance mutations in Tuberculosis

MedGenome Labs forays into Infectious Disease Testing with a unique offering of genetic tests across Tuberculosis, CNS, Systemic and Eye infections..............

The vast gap between disease onset & diagnosis in Ankylosing Spondylitis...

The long-term goal of treatment in AS patients should extend beyond pain relief, to preventing disability, maintaining mobility for a longer time and ensuring improved quality of life, writes Dr Shashank Akerkar, Rheumatologist and member of the Indian Rheumatology Association..........................

Transasia unveils its blood donation app to connect patients with donors

The new app, Saviour is likely to empower those who have the resources to acquire blood but lose out on timely help due to inadequate blood bank infrastructure................

Netra Kumbh: A Visionary attempt for vision related problems

Prayagraj Netra Kumbh 2019 provided free eye check-up and spectacles to the masses and the initiative also attempted Limca book of records for maximum number of people screened in a day. As many as 6,660 people were screened which is three times more..................

With focus on lung health, global researchers resolve to improve ‘quit...

New health, science, and technology grants will allow 100+ researchers to explore smoking cessation and harm-reduction innovation...............