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For Girls’ Welfare, We Need To Raise Our Boys Differently, Say...

New Delhi: Adolescents in large parts of the world have it hard. They face a future of uncertainty given the growing xenophobia, harsh climate...

Investment In Poor Children Saves More Lives: Unicef

New Delhi: Unless the world makes faster progress on reducing child mortality, almost 70 million children will die by 2030 before reaching their fifth birthday,...

On World Malaria Day, Ministry Of Health Shares Preventive Methods On...

New Delhi: World Malaria Day is observed every year on April 25. The disease is transmitted by the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes...

Expressing Gratitude May Help Boost Your Relationship, Health: Study

New York: Struggling to save your relationship? Try and express gratitude, which may not only boost your relationship, but also enhance your psychological and...

Why Exercise On Empty Stomach May Be Better For Your Health

New York: If you have been wondering whether it is better to eat or fast before a workout, researchers now have an answer. A...

In 2015, Over Half Of World’s Pollution Deaths Took Place In...

Shanghai: China and India accounted for more than half of the total number of global deaths attributable to air pollution in 2015, a study...

Chhattisgarh’s Rural Households Make Progress Towards Hygiene And Health

Raipur: With its aim to become an pen Defecation Free state by October 2018, as many as 8,582 villages have so far been...

Running Is Actually Good For Knee Joints: Study

New York: Contrary to popular perception, running actually reduces inflammation in knee joints and slows the process that leads to osteoarthritis, a study said. "This idea...

Uttar Pradesh Steps Up To Break The Cycle Of Malnutrition

Lucknow: The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) signed an MoU with the National Health Mission, Uttar Pradesh, on Wednesday, to improve nutrition for the vulnerable populations,...

Physical Activity May Lower Risk Of Bacterial Infection: Study

London: Low and moderate levels of physical activity may significantly lower the risk of bacterial infection, a new study has found. Regular physical activity is...