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Thu, Oct 25 2018. 11 04 PM IST

Young Indian women are more vulnerable to breast cancer, says CII report

The incidence of breast cancer is 25.8 per 100,000 women and is expected to rise to 35 per 100,000 women in 2026, says health ministry

Fri, Oct 12 2018. 04 48 AM IST

Can Indian Ocean region power global growth?

Sri Lanka-based Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute of International Relations and Strategic Studies analysed the region’s economies to show how they could become an engine for global economic growth in a new research paper

Mon, Oct 08 2018. 02 13 PM IST

UN body sets CO2 emission cap to limit climate change catastrophe

There’s need for urgent, unprecedented and collective action to limit global warming to 1.5°C, says IPCC

Thu, Oct 04 2018. 12 02 AM IST

Indians shunned one-two year term deposits during demonetization: report

Experts believe that the change in savers’ preferences was a knee-jerk reaction to demonetization

Wed, Sep 26 2018. 05 56 PM IST

India falls behind in investment in health and education: Lancet study

India’s human capital ranked 158 out of 195 countries in 2016

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 11 37 AM IST

India a major contributor to under-diagnosis of tuberculosis: WHO

Ten countries accounted for 80% of the gap, with India, Indonesia and Nigeria topping the list, according to the study by the World Health Organization

Wed, Sep 12 2018. 10 39 PM IST

Cases of diabetes, heart diseases and cancer surging unabated in India: Study

The study was based on an analysis of all identifiable epidemiological data from India between 1990 and 2016, as part of the Global Burden of Disease study

Thu, Sep 06 2018. 10 19 PM IST

Giving quality healthcare can help save 3 out of 5 lives per year: Study

The research published in The Lancet analysed data from more than 18 countries and showed that poor quality healthcare is responsible for a greater number of deaths than insufficient access to care

Wed, Sep 05 2018. 03 21 PM IST

Kuwait tops the list of world’s most inactive nations: WHO report

In the survey of 168 nations, Kuwait ranked as the world’s most inactive, while Uganda came out as the most energetic

Fri, Aug 24 2018. 10 40 PM IST

India among nations most affected by landslides due to human activities: study

While the trend is global, Asia was found to be the most-affected continent where 75% of landslides occurred

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