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The Right Thing

Who would kill a man with a few days to live, unless there is a

reason to silence him?<...

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University of Auckland ‘walks the talk’ in promoting UN’s 17 SDGs

The University of Auckland, the largest research organization in New Zealand has been ranked as a world leader for its enormous effort in the U...

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India can become cervical cancer free within the next 60 years

An article from the India Today reports that cervical cancer may get completely eliminated by 2079. According to a recent Lancet Read More

“Everyone has a right to access quality healthcare” - WHO

The World Health Organization has sponsored for the key topic of concern at a global medicine forum in South Africa stating that developing cou...

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A pioneer, a frontierswoman at heart: Presenting Anupama Mandloi

One of the most significant outcomes of my having started The Daily Eye, which is an online publication specifically targeted to conte...

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Cancer treatment is more painful than the disease: Sonali Bendre

Sonali Bendre was diagnosed with high-grade cancer last year. The nation was in deep shock when she flew to New York to undergo her treatment. ...

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Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separate diseases that each has a different risk of c...

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Oral contraceptives may impair emotion recognition in Women

There is a widespread use of oral contraceptives (OCs) among women, but little did they know about the effects of OC’s on emotion, cognit...

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Global suicide rates on a downward trend - WHO

According to a study released on 7th February, suicide rates have fallen by more than a third globally, since 1990. The World Health Organizati...

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A Call for Taxes on Unhealthy Food high in Salt and Sugar

 “Junk food should be taxed”, says England's top doctor, calling on unhealthy food high in sugar and salt. Professor Dame Sall...

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