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2 Indians die every minute due to air pollution, says Lancet – onmanorama

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

New Delhi: The air Indians breathe is turning more toxic by the day and an average of two deaths take place daily due to air pollution, says a new study. According to medical journal The Lancet, over a million Indians die every year due to air pollution and some of the worst polluted cities in the world are in India. The study released this week but based on 2010 data…

Meanwhile, called The Lancet Countdown, this study will | Latest … – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

report annually in The Lancet. With inputs from across the world, some 16 institutions are academic partners of the initiative, including University College London, Tsinghua University and the Centre for Climate & Security among others. This is special collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) to promote synergies, collaborate on data sources, and ensure strong engagement with Ministries of Health. Dr Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum, Head…

Meanwhile, called The Lancet Countdown, this study will – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

report annually in The Lancet. With inputs from across the world, some 16 institutions are academic partners of the initiative, including University College London, Tsinghua University and the Centre for Climate & Security among others. This is special collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) to promote synergies, collaborate on data sources, and ensure strong engagement with Ministries of Health. Dr Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum, Head…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Meanwhile, called The Lancet Countdown, this study will – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

report annually in The Lancet. With inputs from across the world, some 16 institutions are academic partners of the initiative, including University College London, Tsinghua University and the Centre for Climate & Security among others. This is special collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) to promote synergies, collaborate on data sources, and ensure strong engagement with Ministries of Health. Dr Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum, Head…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Children with ADHD have some smaller brain regions, study shows – CBC.ca

Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2017

People with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder have distinct differences in their brain structure, a new study finds, suggesting the disorder should be considered a neurological condition and not simply a behavioural problem. The research — published Wednesday in Lancet Psychiatry — was described by its authors as the largest-ever review of ADHD patient brain scans. The scientists evaluated MRI scans and other data from more than 3,200 people, comparing 1,713 patients who had…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…