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

30 Oct, 2019
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25 Oct, 2019

All the stakeholders need to work in convergence to fight the scourge.

India is aspiring to be a $5-trillion economy in the next five years! Will she make it?

Business Line

23 Oct, 2019
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15 Oct, 2019
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