Friday, April 23, 2021

    Tag: HEALTH

    The Controversy with Asbestos Legislation – Where Are We Today?

    There are tens of thousands of deaths from asbestos-related illnesses in the U.S. each year and not just from working with asbestos products but also by secondary exposure.So why hasn't Asbestos been banned so far?

    From Strengthening the Immune System to Being a Rich Source of Fibre: B Vitamins...

    The article discusses the possibilities of incorporating nutrients like vitamin B-complex and offers a myriad of options from green vegetables to whole grains which can provide the important nutrient.

    For Smokers Wanting to Quit, the Pandemic is a Solid and Effective Push

    While the fact that smoking is injurious to health is common knowledge, the coronavirus infection has highlighted the need to quit it with urgency.

    The Current Health Crisis Threatens to Increase Disparities in Teen Oral Health in the...

    The ongoing pandemic is proving to be threatening for a large section of American teens in terms of access to dental and oral health.

    Some hope for Rajasthan’s silicosis victims but many challenges

    After a long wait, in 2019, the government of Rajasthan announced the welfare policy for mine and factory workers who suffer from silicosis.

    Diversion of Infrastructure & Skilled Manpower for Tackling the COVID-19 Pandemic Curtails Citizens’ Access...

    The pandemic has drastically impacted people’s access to regular and routine health facilities as a major chunk of resources and manpower stand diverted to strengthen the COVID-19 response. But it is high time that this is changed for the better.

    Coronavirus Infection Reaches Remote Andaman Tribe, Worrying the Government

    One of the most remote tribes living in the Andamans have recorded traces of the coronavirus infection with five members having tested positive.
    Vaccine manufacturers are competing to give the world its first vaccine against the Coronavirus Infection

    Safety Aspects of COVID 19 Vaccine Are Most Important

    On August 11 Russia launched a COVID-19 vaccine, described by President Vladimir Putin as the world’s first. It was also announced that industrial production of the vaccine will start in September and 20 countries have already ordered a billion doses. 

    Lockdown Compromised on Women’s Reproductive and Mental Health, Says PFI Study

    A study by Population Foundation of India(PFI)surveyed women across Bihar, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and found out about the reproductive and menstrual issues that they faced amid the lockdown.

    Enslaved people’s health was ignored from the country’s beginning, laying the groundwork for today’s...

    Some critics of Black Lives Matter say the movement itself is racist. Their frequent counterargument: All lives matter. Lost in that view, however, is...

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