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गुरुवार, 13 दिसंबर 2018

Cervical cancer screening can greatly reduce risk of women dying from disease, say experts

Cervical cancer screening can greatly reduce risk of women dying from disease, say experts
- According to a study by The George Institute for Global Health India, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) prevalence in India is 88 to 97 per cent among ...

11.6% women undergo breast examination in Delhi

11.6% women undergo breast examination in Delhi
- Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in India. According to the data by the National Family Health Survey (NFHS 4), 9.8 ...

Late childbirth linked to high breast cancer risk: Study

Late childbirth linked to high breast cancer risk: Study
- Late child birth can increase the chances of breast cancer in women, as per a latest research. The research stated that women who give to their first ...

It is only partnerships that will get us to our goals: PM Modi

It is only partnerships that will get us to our goals: PM Modi
- The health of mothers will determine the health of the children and the .... Till 2015, more than half of Indian women did not have access to clean fuel ...

Will raise health spending to 2.5% of GDP

Will raise health spending to 2.5% of GDP
India is set to increase its public health spending to 2.5 per cent of its gross domestic ... Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday, asserting that women, ... As of now, the country spends 1.15 per cent of the GDP on health.

Cervical cancer is largely preventable'

Cervical cancer is largely preventable'
According to a study by The George Institute for Global Health India, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) prevalence in India is 88 to 97 per cent among women with cervical cancer. “Cervical cancer, the second leading cause of cancer ...

The most popular diets millennials want to try in 2019

The most popular diets millennials want to try in 2019
- Low-carb diets come in many variations. People who follow the ketogenic diet severely cut carbs and up their fat intake, while people on the Atkins diet ...

What Are the Benefits of Eating Almonds Daily?

What Are the Benefits of Eating Almonds Daily?
- A developing nation grappling with issues like malnutrition and poverty, India has 14.4 million obese children, the second highest in the world. Sounds ...

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