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2022 Saw Most Violence Against Health Workers
Violence against health care workers saw an increase in 2022, considered the most Violent Year in the Last Decade.
Quit Smoking for better Mental Health
If you are a smoker and feel you are at a loss of memory, better quit smoking. A new study shows quitting smoking improves mental health outcomes among people with and without mental health disorders.
Sex Education Tool Betters Reproductive Health Knowledge Among Adolescent Girls
In a new study, the researchers maintained that sex education tools improved reproductive health knowledge scores and measures of self-efficacy among adolescent girls.
Tobacco consumption, a major public health problem
Tobacco use is linked to various health problems including cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disorders and reproductive issues. The harmful effects of tobacco are due to the many toxic chemicals it contains including tar, carbon monoxide, and formaldehyde, among others. These chemicals can cause damage to the lungs, heart and other organs and can lead to the development of chronic diseases.
Changing the Way for Health Financing
Aimed at changing the way countries view and finance health, the World Health organisation (WHO) has called for shifts in economic thinking in each country, region and globally. In a new report Health for All: Transforming economies to deliver what matters, the WHO provides a new framework built on the above four pillars, with specific recommendations under each.
Al Is Transforming The Face Of Healthcare
Artificial Intelligence (Al) is transforming the face of healthcare, making it more patient-centric and reducing the burden on health care professionals.
Nurses provide high-quality patient care to lead healthcare innovation
Nurses s are a powerful force for change in healthcare, and by recognizing their critical role and providing them with the support...
Official End to Covid 19 Health Emergency Adds to priorities of children
Children, whose lives went upside down during the time of Covid 19, should get greater priority now with the World Health Organisation...
After three COVID years, Health Systems Show Recovery Signs
Three years into COVID-19, health systems in most countries have started showing the first major signs of recovery, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Digital Tech Leads To Dynamic Transformation In Healthcare
Digital influence and technological intervention are breaking barriers in the Indian healthcare industry, leading to a dynamic transformation.