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Hundreds of Children Pledge to Act for Cleaner Air at the 1st Good Air Summit; Experts Call for More Public Transport, Environment-Incentives to Tackle Pollution

About 1500 children of 17 educational institutions, including schools, colleges, universities, and research institutions attended the event.

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Dr Harsh Vardhan announces scale-up of triple-drug therapy to achieve the elimination of lymphatic filariasis by 2021.

Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan inaugurates the national symposium on united to eliminate lymphatic.

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Breast Self-Examination Every Month Can Help in Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Women should take 10 minutes from their busy schedule, and opt for breast self – examination within 7 days after their periods.

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Qatar Airways Shows its Support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an All-Female Crew on flight from Doha to Zurich

Two female pilots and an all-female cabin crew of 13 staffed flight QR95 operated by state-of-the-art A350-900 aircraft on Wednesday 9 October 2019.

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Project Streedhan – Campaign Launched to Raise Awareness about Anaemia among Urban Indian Women

Project Streedhan is a pioneering communication campaign that brings attention to large scale incidence of anaemia among urban women in India using Gold as a metaphor.

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Need the Support of The Government to Reach The Last Mile: Dr Davinder Gill

On completion of 10 years in the field of vaccines and R&D, BW Healthcareworld got into a conversation with Dr Davinder Gill, CEO Hilleman Laboratories.

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What Does the World Patient Safety Day Mean For India?

WHO is calling for urgent action by countries to reduce patient harm in healthcare. Quality of care and patient safety are essential for delivering effective health services and achieving universal health coverage.

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Measuring Data for Gender Equality – the theme of the Special Issue of Social Science and Medicine-Population Health, to be launched

The papers highlight the value of understanding gender equality and empowerment across health issues and across national populations.

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Miraculous Recovery for a 66-year-old man from Karnataka Suffering from an Uncommon Brain Disorder

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a rare neurological condition that occurs due to damage to nerve cells in the brain that are associated with movement. It affects muscles of the limbs, eyes, and in advanced stages heart and respiratory system.

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New homoeopathic drugs show results against cancer in lab model: Researchers

New drugs developed from Cancer tissues show anti-cancer effects in studies at ACTRECT (Tata) Institute, Mumbai; Study at Tata show initial results.

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