16 Jan, 2023

Understanding the link between arsenic levels in groundwater and gallbladder cancer in two arsenic-impacted and high gallbladder cancer states of India: Assam & Bihar

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29 Dec, 2022

Even when Omicron variants like BF.7 are exhibiting increased capacity for evading immunity, antibody surge from boosters may prevent severe disease.

The Economic Times

27 Dec, 2022

A wave should no longer be viewed as a surge if the vast majority of the cases are asymptomatic or are mild infections

Financial Express

27 Dec, 2022

As concerns over the latest Covid variant grows stoking fears of another wave, the global trackers’ data on vaccine booster dose administration said India has a lot of ground to cover as only 15 precautionary doses per 100 population had been administered while countries like the US and Israel have already administered third and fourth doses.

The Times of India

26 Dec, 2022

China is breaking all previous covid records with a fresh surge of cases that has all but dismantled its health infrastructure. The spread is believed to be triggered by the BF.7 subvariant of the virus, which is said to be the most infective. A few cases of the same variant have also been found in India.

Times Special

15 Dec, 2022

Poor information and surveillance systems as well as low priority for public health research in oral diseases are impediments to delivering oral health programmes.

The New Indian Express

5 Dec, 2022

Public health programmes and policies are instruments for assuring the health of citizens. A healthy population has higher work productivity and provides an opportunity to fulfil individual and societal aspirations.


3 Dec, 2022

UK’s National Institute of Health and Care Research awards a £10-million (Rs 99.5 crore) grant to the Public Health Foundation of India

The Telegraph Online

3 Dec, 2022

The centre aims to develop, implement and evaluate care for people suffering from long-term conditions through innovative health systems by leveraging technology.

The New Indian Express

3 Dec, 2022

Launch of the NIHR Global Health Research Centre for Multiple Long-Term Conditions. Chief Guest Prof. VK Paul, Member, NITI Aayog


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