28 Nov, 2019

Inappropriate prescription and use of antibiotics is often the major source of antimicrobial resistance that is a growing concern not just in India but also globally.

Hindustan Times

27 Nov, 2019

India beats a number of countries in high-grade antibiotics abuse, growing the burden of anti-microbial resistance.

Millennium Post

27 Nov, 2019

Children between 0 to 4 years have been found to be the most targeted segment among patients for antibiotics prescribed by private doctors, a study has shown.

Live Mint

26 Nov, 2019

The drugs to be prescribed in ICUs are being given for primary care.

Down To Earth

11 Nov, 2019

Among age groups, men in the group 20-34 years had the lowest probability of having anaemia, while actual prevalence was lowest in the age group 50-54, at 7.8%.

The Indian Express

11 Nov, 2019

Nearly a quarter of Indian men are victims of anaemia through existing policies focus almost exclusively on women, says a new study exploring uncharted territory.

Deccan Herald

10 Nov, 2019

According to the study conducted from January 2015 to December 2016, around 18% of the males had mild anaemia, 5% moderate anaemia, and 0.5% severe anaemia, which leads to decreased productivity by causing fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, and lethargy.

Hindustan Times

8 Nov, 2019

Madhya Pradesh will focus on access to clean water, nutrition, & other factors impacting health, apart from access to healthcare. Other states should emulate it.

Financial Express

2 Nov, 2019

The UN Population Division estimates that the medium fertility variant, the most likely scenario, will result in a peak population of 165 crore in the year 2061 and a decline thereafter.

The Indian Express

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