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9 Reasons to Pursue a Master of Public Health Degree

Work professionally but impact socially Isnt it beautiful to have a job in life where you get to serve others...
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9 Reasons to Pursue a Master of Public Health Degree
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West & South Asia crisis will become a diplomatic horror for Asian Public Health

The region of west and south Asia is facing cascading risks emerging from natural disasters, extreme weather events, national security...
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West & South Asia crisis will become a diplomatic horror for Asian Public Health
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Why the Indian Administrative Services ( IAS) must strategically reform

I have some of the finest friends in the bureaucracy across Karnataka and at the national capital and those flying...
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Why the Indian Administrative Services ( IAS) must strategically reform
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Covid19 vaccine trial update and the solidarity study

Scientists, researchers and pharmaceutical companies have joined the race to develop vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 virus which causes covid-19 disease. Ordinary...
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Could upcoming warmer months slow down the COVID- 19? Key policy messages under the uncertainties

The article is benefited & inspired from the discussion with Dr Sanjay Srivastava in his personal capacity as former senior...
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COVID-19 – The global pandemic that changed our lives forever

As I sit down to write this article, WHO reports more than 5 lakh people being infected by the deadly...
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CSR amendment rules could put development sector on ventilator

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has recently invited public comments on the Companies Amendment Rules, 2020. The same is still...
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Corporate companies must boldly invest in healthcare for CSR spending – Here’s why

NGOs working with corporate partners have unquestionably created positive impact in the areas of operations and to the societies they...
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Farmer’s health: The conscience call for action

India’s history of agricultural progress dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization as per historical records. In terms of farm...
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What South Asian Nations must understand about coronavirus

Modern medicine in search of meaning: “Every patient provides us with two questions. The first is “What can you do...
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CHD Group showcases best practice for reducing malnutrition in Karnataka

Karnataka has around 36% of children in the age of under five who are stunted in nature and around 26%...
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CHD Group bringing innovation into mobile medical clinics in India

For too long, companies and governments have been working on the model of mobile medical units in India. But there...
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Why urban mental health must be the focus today

10th of October is celebrated as World Mental Health Day. Based on estimates, globally, 1 in 4 people experience some...
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India’s health ministry must make ban on smoking a personal cause

The recent ban on e-cigarettes has been the talk that hover’s around every conversation in the public health and public...
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Long term health consequences of Cyclone Fani

Human altruism gets faded out, once the newspapers and primetime television channels stop covering the disaster. The communities are left...
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What healthcare professionals must keep in mind for patient safety

WHO will launch a global campaign to create awareness of patient safety and urge people to show their commitment to...
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How Punjab will lose a generation to drugs

Drug business brings a turnover of over $500 billion, only next to petroleum and arms trade. Over 190 million people...
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KSDMA, Fashion Medicine & the casual story of Karnataka’s Disaster Management

KSDMA, Fashion Medicine & the casual story of Karnataka’s Disaster Management I have worked hard over the years, spoken about...
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Can the techno-consumptive culture fuel Indian healthcare?

Can the techno-consumptive culture fuel Indian healthcare? Evidence based medicine is slowly being strengthened into technology driven medicine. The workshops...
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Long Term Health Consequences of Cyclone Fani

Long term health consequences of Cyclone Fani Human altruism gets faded out, once the newspapers and primetime television channels stop...
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Global health: A philosophical narrative in real time

Fond recollection of historical times, serves to remind us that healthcare is integral to human survival. The problem of hubris...
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