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Training & a tablet can work wonders in India’s NCD fight

Study by Public Health Foundation of India, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine etc uses diabetes and hypertension and demonstrate effectiveness Equipping a trained...

More private than govt hospitals in Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana

A little over two months after launch, more than 50% of enrolled hospitals are private hospitals, data show Even as doubts persist about the package...

Clinical trials on for Ayurvedic medicine against dengue

The medicine will be launched in a short time, says AYUSH minister Shripad NaikClinical trials on an Ayurvedic medication against dengue are underway. It...

Soft loans, viability gap funding to push new hospitals

Centre wants to roll out red carpet for new hospitals in public private partnership Viability gap funding, soft loans and time bound clearances - the...

1.5 lakh people benefited from Ayushman Bharat: J P Nadda

Since its launch on September 23, Rs 190 crore has been reimbursed About 1.5 lakh people have benefitted from the ambitious Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan...

Astana declaration reaffirms Alma Ata commitment

Declaration of Astana charts course to achieve universal health coverage, 40 years since Alma-Ata Countries around the globe - including India - today signed the...

Tedros meets Pope Francis to discuss healthcare access

The meeting comes on the eve of the Global Conference on Primary Health Care, to take place in Astana, Kazakhstan Director-General of World Health Organization,...

Field health workers reduce hospitalisation rates by 65%

Community health workers can reduce hospitalisations by 65 percent and double patient satisfaction with primary care As India embarks on an ambitious tertiery care plan...

Alma Ata 40 yrs on, half the world can’t access primary...

In his piece for The Lancet, WHO DG talks of inadequate political leadership Forty years after the Alma Ata declaration that resolved to make primary...

Aadhar mandatory second time one seeks Modicare benefits

Following Supreme Court ruling, Aadhar made mandatory for seeking PMJAY benefits for the second timeIn a decision that could affect the long term implementation...

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After US funding ended last year, UNFPA faced $350 mn gap

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Can’t do without coffee? Indulge, it could help beat diabetes

New research suggests coffee may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 25% If you are a coffee addict, this should cheer you...