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Life Expectancy Still Rising

Life Expectancy Still Rising

Since 2000, the improvements in maternal and child health, decline of infectious diseases and a lowered risk of premature deaths from NCDs and injuries increased life expectancy across the world, said the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Older People Face Negative Changes in Food Consumption

English Communities See Dip in life Expectancy

In about ten years, life expectancy of a substantial number of English communities experienced a decline and in five years before the pandemic it...
Fluctuations in CO2 During Covid 19: NASA

Pollution: Indian’s To Lose Nine Years Of Life Expectancy

About Forty per cent of Indians are likely to loss more than nine years of their life expectancy if the country does not tap...
A Friendship to Romance

Life expectancy increased as Fertility rates drop in 20 years; Study

Fertility rates have dropped steadily and life expectancy increased over the past 20 years, with few exceptions, according to Lancet Medical Journal. In their new...
Four Harmful Producing Industries Account for One third Global Deaths

Govts Need to Adapt Their Health Systems to Future Shocks

In the wake of concern about future epidemics and zoonotic diseases, governments should urgently adapt their health systems to better respond to...
Poor Literacy Means Poor Mental Health

Poor Literacy Means Poor Mental Health

People with poor literacy are more prone to mental health problems worldwide, said a new research from the University of East Anglia.
258 Million People Faced Acute Food Insecurity

Urbanization quickens in Asia-Pacific, so does threat of urban food insecurity

With 55 percent of the Asia- Pacific region’s enormous population expected to live in urban areas by 2030, the region will face...
Older People Face Negative Changes in Food Consumption

Ageing Population to More than Double by Middle Century

With the number of people aged 65 and over to more than double by the middle of the century, the rights and...
One Health Approach is What the World Needs

Racism, discrimination Leads to Health Inequalities 

Racism, xenophobia, and discrimination adversely affect health across all ages, leading to health inequities, according to Lancet. In its...
Stress and Impact on Memory

Menopause is the end of menstruation, not the end of the world

Hot flashes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, heavy bleeding, sudden weight gain and other uncomfortable symptoms often herald menopause, the dreaded but inevitable...