Estd. 2006
Articles / Features
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1 #EndTobacco to prevent epidemics of diseases and deathsShobha Shukla, Bobby RamakantTobacco kills over 80 million people worldwide every year. Tobacco remains a deadly, and yet entirely preventable, risk factor for a host of diseases-from the world's biggest infectious disease killer .
2 Our solutions are in natureSunita Chaudhary, Biraj Adhikari and Kesang WangchThe degrading health of ecosystems and the services they provide not only undermine nature’s ability to support wellbeing and economic growth but also make us vulnerable to different changes, includin .
3 Stronger universal public health services, not privatization, will deliver #HealthForAllShobha Shukla & Bobby RamakantCOVID-19 pandemic has forced us to learn the harder way, why what ails one - ails us all. An individual's health security is interdependent on everyone else and on the planet's health too. .
4 Comprehensive Economic Package: A transformational momentAbhishek DayalThe 20 lakh crore package is phenomenal - not just in terms of the sheer size of the money it pumps in to boost the economy, but also in terms of laying down a reformist vision for the future. .
5 Nurses unite to demand universal public healthShobha ShuklaThis year 2020 becomes significant as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, in honour of the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale .
6 Intergenerational model gives hope even during pandemicsGroup of Authors vvvvv .
7 COVID-19 | woes heavier for marginalized populationsShobha Shuklavvv .
8 COVID-19 pandemic is a grim reminder of what ails one, ails us allBobby Ramakantxxx .
9 Links between Urbanization and Viral Disease in Vietnam Offer Lessons for COVID-19James H Spencer, Sumeet Saksena and Jefferson FoxAt the same time, Vietnam has a strong .
10 World academies call for global solidarity on COVID-19ContributorA Communique from the InterAcademy Partnership urges countries to collaborate, use and share science-based information, and help the developing world. .