Tag: PUBLIC HEALTH
Ujjwala Jagtap is scared of surveying her community. “We are risking our lives, and still, if we can’t save people, then what’s the point?”...
India finds itself in the throes of a humanitarian disaster. Until March 2021, case numbers were low in most parts of the country, leading...
the race for developing and commercializing COVID-19 speeds up across the world, some saner voices including those of senior scientists are voicing increasing concern over the safety aspect of Covid vaccines which should be treated as the most important aspect of vaccine development
Cancer was seen as mainly a disease of adults, worldwide there has been a fast-rising trend of childhood cancers.
Citing results till the year 2019, the report has shown that the cases have dropped but the 2020 target of 20% rate reduction may be missed.
Authorities Consider Renewed Decongestion Drive After Overcrowded Delhi Prions Record Spurt in Covid-19 Infections
With social distancing becoming impossible inside Delhi’s overcrowded prison cells, authorities look at renewed decongestion drives to ensure reduction in infection rates.
How deadly is SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19? And what are the risks of death for people of different ages and demographics? These...
7,000 healthcare workers have died due to the coronavirus infection globally, can we afford to lose the frontline warriors who are battling the crisis?
The bombardment of unauthenticated information creates hindrances for an effective pandemic management, compromising dignity.
With a massive mandate and access to funds, will the government make healthcare a priority?