Opinion | Socio-economic factors that go against a hale and hearty India
The government’s health initiatives, sadly, remain uncoordinated, ineffective and seemingly oblivious of underlying risks
Oliver Goldsmith famously wrote in 1770, “Ill fares the land, to hastening ills a prey, Where wealth accumulates, and men decay..." Not necessarily, though, since some forms of affluence and socio-economic inequality often work to the benefit of the most disadvantaged in the context of non-communicable diseases, or NCDs.
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