Tag: PUBLIC HEALTH
The Covid-19 has suddenly brought the world to a standstill and the fine line between panic and precaution seems to be fading away too fast, can we be cautious without being too stressed?
Covid-19 has been taking a toll on human life. It is at this time that one begins to take note of the limitations of science and strive for humility and empathy.
Delhi government is gearing up its Mohalla Clinics and healthcare professionals to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
The financial benefits will also be extended to the broader class of Ayushman Bharat, which covers 40% of the population.
Evidence have been found that shows countries with a strong public sector have more successful health systems and better outcomes.
Bihar has seen a recent spurt in the number of Dengue cases in a matter of two days.
For the past ten years, the number of dengue cases are gradually increasing in India. Unplanned urbanization is one of the major contributing factor.
Water contaminated by arsenic endangers hundreds of lives every year in India and is a pivotal concern for the wellbeing of its citiznes.
Only 46.9% of the 246.6 million households in India had their own toilet facilities, while 3.2% had access to public toilets.