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Coronavirus Outbreak: Strong social distancing measures best way to contain spread of COVID-19, says Lancet study
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Strong social distancing measures best way to contain spread of COVID-19, says Lancet study

The combined approach of social distancing comprising quarantine, school closure, and workplace measures, is the most effective way to fight coronavirus, a study published in The Lancet said

Sepsis killed many more people than cancer in 2017: Lancet study
Health

Sepsis killed many more people than cancer in 2017: Lancet study

Sepsis was the reason for one in five deaths globally in 2017; that is twice the number of deaths attributed to it in the past.

The greener your city, the longer you live: Lancet study
Health

The greener your city, the longer you live: Lancet study

According to the forest survey of India, out of the big cities, Mumbai has the greatest forest cover by area at 22% whereas Kolkata has the lowest at 0.54%.

Providing subsidised tuberculosis tests can help India save 80 lakh lives in 30 years, finds Lancet study
India

Providing subsidised tuberculosis tests can help India save 80 lakh lives in 30 years, finds Lancet study

The Lancet study noted that in 2018 alone, there were 2.15 million new tuberculosis cases in India, an increase of 3 lakh cases in a single year.

Narendra Modi first Indian PM to prioritise universal health coverage, Rahul yet to match Modicare: Lancet study
India

Narendra Modi first Indian PM to prioritise universal health coverage, Rahul yet to match Modicare: Lancet study

The Lancet editor-in-chief Richard Horton Rahul Gandhi seeking to resurrect the Congress and prove that India's greatest political dynasty still has something to offer, despite his promises to help lower castes, tribal communities and rural poor, is yet to match Modicare

Lancet study ranks India 145th among 195 countries in healthcare access, quality; Assam, UP score lowest in states
India

Lancet study ranks India 145th among 195 countries in healthcare access, quality; Assam, UP score lowest in states

It said that Goa and Kerala had the highest scores in 2016, each exceeding 60 points, whereas Assam and Uttar Pradesh had the lowest, each below 40.