Health

Research shows a link between Severe Anaemia and Maternal Death

New research has used one of the largest available datasets on pregnant women to investigate the risk of death associated with anaemia. Recently published in The Lancet Global...

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Bill Gates on Improving Global Health

Bill Gates has spent much of the past decade trying to improve healthcare around the world through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He spoke about the progress that ha...

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Gene-Editing for a Healthier and Enhanced Future

Over the years we have significantly reduced deadly diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, and HIV/AIDS. The incidence of polio has decreased by 99 percent, bringing the worl...

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Share the Childbirth Stories in all their Gore and Glory

Watching childbirth on national TV is something you would avoid while having dinner (or anytime) because it isn't which fits in the category of ‘entertainment’. Ye...

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Mosaic Art to promote Healing and Well-being

Smashing a hard material to teeny bits, then putting those little shards together again in a way that is beautiful, cohesive and whole is oddly satisfying. I am talking about ...

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Simple Compassion for the Dying: Lessons from Palliative Care Providers

Dr. M. R. Rajagopal, a leading advocate of palliative care, known as India’s “Father of Palliative Care” runs a Pallium India clinic in the capital of Kerala...

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AI to help foresee Epidemic Disease Outbreaks

There have already been some powerful indicators of Artificial Intelligence’s influence to help monitor and predict health epidemics around the world, and in one case a ...

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One Person in the World develops Dementia every 3 Seconds...

Someone in the world develops dementia every 3 seconds. There were an estimated 46.8 million people worldwide living with dementia in 2015 and this number is believed to be cl...

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Women act as Change Agents to Improve their Well-being

Almost a third of Nepal's population lives on less than a dollar a day, and political turmoil has displaced tens of thousands of people. For Nepalese women, life is particular...

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Alcohol Abusers at a Greater Risk of Dementia

Alcohol is one of the most abused substances. According to the Indian Express, the India Spend Analysis of 2013 National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data reveals that 15 peopl...

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Elevate 2K19: Over 20 speakers took stage to explore different varieties of Storytelling

Asian Centre for Entertainment Education and its flagship program The Third Eye launched...

June 18 2019

RIP Journalism

‘The vast wasteland of TV is not interested in producing a better mousetrap but in pro...

June 18 2019

Never Give Up

Like all his books, Harlan Coben’s latest Run Away has hit the bestseller lists. T...

June 14 2019