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Nov 15, 2017
India has grown healthy since 1990, but mother-child malnutrition and rise in lifestyle diseases are worryingWhile India is growing healthier, not every state and Union territory can be said to be growing healthy at the same pace, points out the India: Health of the Nation’s States
Nov 15, 2017
India's latest health report card gives us a lot to worry about: Lie expectancy at birth improves, but communicable diseases on riseIndia’s latest and most comprehensive health report card released on 14 November has something to cheer about and a lot to worry about.
Aug 14, 2017
70 years of Independence: India's life expectancy, literacy indicators look up, while IMR, income inequality are worriesIn the 70 years since independence, India has made most progress in improving life expectancy, literacy, but has been slower in improving the level of income, and reducing infant mortality rates when compared to five other nations.
Nov 10, 2016
Delhi pollution: HC claims govt inaction, 'stubble burning' responsible for reducing life expectancyGovernment inaction and stubble burning in Punjab are the real culprits in robbing 20 million Delhi'ites of three years of their life expectancy, which amounts to "genocide" and "murder", Delhi High Court said on Thursday.
May 20, 2016
Life expectancy in India on the rise, but quality health care services inadequateUN report reveals life expectancy in India has increased by more than 10 years in the past two decades, health care still is very unequal
Dec 14, 2015
India ranks 130 among 188 countries in Human Development Index in latest UNDP reportIndia continued to rank low in the Human Development Index (HDI), climbing just one notch to the 130th rank in the latest UNDP report.
Mar 13, 2012
Stay off the bacon: red meat could shorten your lifeA study conducted at the Harvard Medical School over 32 years says an extra portion of unprocessed red meat in the daily diet ups the risk of death by 13 percent.