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Socio-economic and Developmental Impact of Malnutrition in India

The first 1,000 days of a child’s life - from conception through age two - is a critical window of opportunity to ensure child survival, optimal growth, cognitive development, and lifelong health.

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Sleeplessness And fatigue: Hidden Monster That Is Impacting Your Bottom Line

Mental burnout has a direct correlation with organizational efficiency, as well as company culture, an obvious, but very often overlooked factor in employee wellness initiatives.

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Indian Health System “On the Brink of a Global Workforce Crisis” Warns KMPG Health Expert

"In India, where there are currently fewer than 2.1 million qualified healthcare professionals and a projected 4.6 million needed to meet demand, this crisis will be particularly acute and will have devastating consequences if swift action is not taken," said Dr Mark Britnell, Global Chairman, KPMG.

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Put Your Glasses On: The Indian Economy Needs the Wonder of Clear Vision

A series of macro and microeconomic measures would be required for India to gets its place back in the sun and reach the Government of India’s ambitious goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2025.

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Nutrition International and Partners Disseminate Results of India Iodine Survey 2018-19

Survey results show 76.3% of Indian households consume adequately iodised salt. Results convey the need to sustain and step up efforts to achieve Universal Salt Iodisation (USI).

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Men Prone to Lifestyle Diseases in their 30s; Women Follow in their 50s - Healthians Research

Lifestyle diseases are fast emerging in urban India, and account for almost 60% of deaths worldwide.

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Expert opinion on the Linkage of Tobacco Use with Head and Neck Cancer

According to the research, eighty-five per cent of head and neck cancers are linked to tobacco use. Here is what Dr Samskruthi P Murthy, Consultant Head and Neck Oncologist, BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital says about it.

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Medlife’s Employee Health Assessment Finds People Older Than 40 Healthier Than Their Younger Counterparts

The assessment also revealed that men fared better in these tests than women.

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Prostate Cancer Accounts for 6.78% of all Malignancies in Delhi

Experts recommend targeted or smart screening to diagnose prostate cancer at an early stage and cure the disease.

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70-90% of Indians are Vitamin D Deficient & at Risk of Having Diabetes and Hypertension

A 2019 pan-India study shows the link between Vitamin D deficiency and hypertension & diabetes. The study found that 84.2% of Type 2 diabetes patients were Vitamin D deficient, as were 82.6% of hypertension patients.

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