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Dec 07, 2018
Air pollution killed 12.4 lakh in India in 2017; exposure to PM 2.5 pollutant highest in Delhi, says reportAround 12.4 lakh deaths in India in 2017 is attributable to air pollution, it said and termed air pollution a leading risk factor for deaths in the country where the average life expectancy would have been 1.7 years higher if the pollution levels were less than the minimal level causing health loss.
Jul 24, 2018
Heart disease is India's deadliest killer: Wealthy urban males at greatest risk of contracting cardiovascular ailments, finds surveyHeart disease is the highest killer among Indians but the risk of heart disease varies across states, with wealthier and more urbanised states having higher risk, according to a new study.
Jul 19, 2018
India's healthcare woes: Out-of-pocket medical expenses pushed 55 million into poverty in 2017, says PHFI studyOut-of-pocket (OOP) health expenses drove 55 million Indians – more than the population of South Korea, Spain or Kenya – into poverty in 2017.
Jan 14, 2018
Poor funding, focus on short-term goals impede universal healthcare system in IndiaIf the state and Centre can collaborate on a national tax system, why can’t India similarly create a nationwide universal healthcare system?
Mar 11, 2016
Parliament panel seeks smaller health warning on cigarette packsA parliamentary committee has recommended a reduction in the proposed size of health warnings on cigarette packs, saying the measure is too harsh
Oct 11, 2012
Encephalitis epidemic: Why India’s response is falling apartThe encephalitis outbreak occurs with frightening regularity in India. For decades now, thousands of children from some of the poorest regions of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Assam, have succumbed to the disease, although it is preventable.