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गुरुवार, 20 सितंबर 2018

10 mn people developed TB in '17; India accounts for 27%: WHO

10 mn people developed TB in '17; India accounts for 27%: WHO
India accounted for 27 per cent of the 10 million people who developed ... India accounted for 32 per cent of global TB deaths among HIV-negative ...

Low birth weight babies, a major concern in India

Low birth weight babies, a major concern in India
- Due to lack of awareness about the right diet plan, expecting mothers often stick to the poor and unhealthy diet. More often, the expecting women are ...

How Two Seasoned Entrepreneurs Are Changing The Fitness Industry In India

How Two Seasoned Entrepreneurs Are Changing The Fitness Industry In India
- Instead of chalking up unsustainable diets and tough exercise regimes, we ... Fit centres across India's major metros, like Bangalore, Gurgaon and ...

Scientists find more than 500 new genes linked to high blood pressure

Scientists find more than 500 new genes linked to high blood pressure
- High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can be caused by a number of things, such as diet and lifestyle choices, a family history of ...

Give your kids a healthy dose of fruits daily!

Give your kids a healthy dose of fruits daily!
- Fruits may not top the list of favourite foods for children, but good reasons exist to ... (around 80 per cent children in India suffer from anaemia) aged 3 years to 10 years. ... Also Read: Healthy food swaps for your child's daily diet ...

The fight to repeal anti-gay laws in Singapore

The fight to repeal anti-gay laws in Singapore
LGBT activists first launched a campaign to repeal an anti-gay law in ... man, woman or animal”, was introduced to India by the British in the 1800s.

Will India's winds of change reach Sri Lanka?

Will India's winds of change reach Sri Lanka?
Indian Supreme Court's recent landmark judgment means that millions of LGBT people are no longer 'criminals' as a result of their identities. What a ...

LGBT-themed films abound at 2018 CSAFF

LGBT-themed films abound at 2018 CSAFF
- The festival showcases films from nations across across South Asia, including Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal, as well as the global ...

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