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Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

Lancet attacked for publishing study claiming low-salt diet could kill you – The Independent

Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2016

The prestigious medical journal The Lancet has been attacked for publishing an academic paper that claimed eating too little salt could increase the chance of dying from a heart attack or stroke. Researchers from the Population Health Research Institute in Canada, studied more than 130,000 people from 49 different countries on six continents and concluded people should consume salt “in moderation”, rather than trying to reduce it in accordance with…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

Lancet attacked for publishing study claiming too little salt could kill you – The Independent

Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2016

The prestigious medical journal The Lancet has been attacked for publishing an academic paper that claimed eating too little salt could increase the chance of dying from a heart attack or stroke. Researchers from the Population Health Research Institute in Canada, studied more than 130,000 people from 49 different countries on six continents and concluded people should consume salt “in moderation”, rather than trying to reduce it in accordance with…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

GP ‘bribes’ worsened death risks for some conditions, Lancet study finds – Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

 Researchers said the case against the controversial system, introduced under Tony Blair’s Government, was so strong that it should now be axed. They said there was no evidence that the scheme, which was backed by an “enormous investment” of almost £6bn in its first seven years, as well as billions in administration, was saving lives. Proponents of the payment say they help to ensure that family doctors focus on the…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

GP ‘bribes’ worsened death risks for some conditions, Lancet study finds – Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

 Researchers said the case against the controversial system, introduced under Tony Blair’s Government, was so strong that it should now be axed. They said there was no evidence that the scheme, which was backed by an “enormous investment” of almost £6bn in its first seven years, as well as billions in administration, was saving lives. Proponents of the payment say they help to ensure that family doctors focus on the…

GP ‘bribes’ worsened death risks for some conditions, Lancet study finds – Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

 Researchers said the case against the controversial system, introduced under Tony Blair’s Government, was so strong that it should now be axed. They said there was no evidence that the scheme, which was backed by an “enormous investment” of almost £6bn in its first seven years, as well as billions in administration, was saving lives. Proponents of the payment say they help to ensure that family doctors focus on the…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…

GP ‘bribes’ worsened death risks for some conditions, Lancet study finds – Telegraph.co.uk

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

 Researchers said the case against the controversial system, introduced under Tony Blair’s Government, was so strong that it should now be axed. They said there was no evidence that the scheme, which was backed by an “enormous investment” of almost £6bn in its first seven years, as well as billions in administration, was saving lives. Proponents of the payment say they help to ensure that family doctors focus on the…

Women better off waiting than being induced if their waters break early, Lancet study finds – The Sydney Morning Herald

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

Rachel Dale with sons Nathanael, Micah and Elijah in their Sydney home. Photo: Louise Kennerley Rachel Dale took it for granted after the birth of her first son that, next time, she would also travel home from hospital with a baby snuggled in her arms. But her next two babies were hurried into the world after her waters broke early, and when she went home she left them behind in…

Mental illness India’s ticking bomb, only 1 in 10 treated: Lancet study – The Indian Express

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2016

A new report says the burden of mental illness will increase more rapidly in India than in China over the next 10 years and the two countries account for one third of the global burden of mental illnesses, a figure greater than all developed countries put together. Data shows that despite the rising figures in India, only about one in 10 people with mental health disorders are thought to receive…