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S.No. Date Headline News Papaer
1 9/25/2019 Blueprint For A Healthy India (Ayushman Bharat must tackle several challenges if it is to deliver tangible health benefits on scale)? T.O.I
2 2020-01-21 Guaranteeing healthcare, the Brazilian way (Its success in getting universal coverage has lessons for India) (Health) Hindu
3 2020-01-15 The AI rush (Non-techies are also seeking to master machine ?related skills to bring a new climension to their work. (Health) Hindu
4 2020-01-15 How much of ?us? can be lost (With AI systems transforming every field, professional should learn to identify areas where technology should take a back seat) (Health) Hindu
5 2020-01-14 Draft policy on rare diseases looks at Rs 15L aid to the poor. (Public Health Groups call Policy Narrow) T.O.I
6 2020-01-08 Taking stock of infant deaths: in Rajasthan, Gujarat and the rest of India) (Health) Ind.Exp
7 2020-01-08 Children of lesser gods (The deaths in Kota, from largely-preventable diseases) (Health) Ind.Exp
8 2019-12-30 India needs a bottom- up growth model (The country requires an employment and income strategy to guide its industry and trade policies) (Health) Hindu
9 2019-11-29 Why India has more?health?insurance schemes than it needs T.O.I
10 2019-09-24 Healthy life a basic right, PM tells UN meet (India ready to share experience in providing affordable?healthcare?with all developing nation)? Hindu
11 2019-09-24 Healthy life a basic right, PM tells UN meet (India ready to share experience in providing affordable?healthcare?with all developing nation)? Hindu
12 2019-09-23 A lifeline for India (In one year, PM-Jay has created a framework for comprehensive universal healthcare)? Ind. Exp.
13 2019-09-23 A lifeline for India (In one year, PM-Jay has created a framework for comprehensive universal healthcare)? Ind. Exp.
14 2019-09-22 The end of smoke without fire (Why has the Indian government banned?e-cigarettes? What do we know about their use? Why are health workers anxious?)? Hindu
15 2019-09-22 The end of smoke without fire (Why has the Indian government banned?e-cigarettes? What do we know about their use? Why are health workers anxious?)? Hindu
16 2019-09-20 Smoke of the vaper (The ban on?e-cigarettes?will require rigorous implementation to be effective)? Hindu
17 2019-09-20 Vapourised (Ban on?e-cigarettes?smacks of hypocrisy and an arbitrary exercise of executive authority)? Ind. Exp.
18 2019-09-20 Smoke of the vaper (The ban on?e-cigarettes?will require rigorous implementation to be effective)? Hindu
19 2019-09-20 Vapourised (Ban on?e-cigarettes?smacks of hypocrisy and an arbitrary exercise of executive authority)? Ind. Exp.
20 2019-09-19 Fearing ?epidemic among kids, young?, govt bans?e-cigarettes?(Ordinance To Be Promulgated, Bill In Next Session)? T.O.I
21 2019-09-19 Fearing ?epidemic among kids, young?, govt bans?e-cigarettes?(Ordinance To Be Promulgated, Bill In Next Session)? T.O.I
22 2019-09-12 Doctors as victims (Law to deter assaults on?healthcare?personnel is needed. We also need to reduce underlying distrust)? Ind. Exp.
23 2019-09-12 Doctors as victims (Law to deter assaults on?healthcare?personnel is needed. We also need to reduce underlying distrust)? Ind. Exp.
24 2019-09-06 A weak?chase (Controlling the?hepatitis B virus?calls for universal vaccination of newborns) Hindu
25 2019-09-06 A weak?chase (Controlling the?hepatitis B virus?calls for universal vaccination of newborns) Hindu
26 2019-08-30 E-cigaretten ban: the science behind proposal, and industry counter-view.? Ind. Exp.
27 2019-08-30 E-cigaretten ban: the science behind proposal, and industry counter-view.? Ind. Exp.
28 2019-08-29 Public health versus free speech (Tobacco companies will try their best to prevent pictorial warnings on cigarette packages in the U.S.) Hindu
29 2019-08-29 Public health versus free speech (Tobacco companies will try their best to prevent pictorial warnings on cigarette packages in the U.S.) Hindu
30 2019-08-19 Taking on TB (Keeping the prices of the new drug low is essential for increased treatment uptake)? Hindu
31 2019-08-19 Taking on TB (Keeping the prices of the new drug low is essential for increased treatment uptake)? Hindu
32 2019-08-11 Cancer stem cells can form blood, lymph vessels within tumours. Hindu
33 2019-08-11 Cancer stem cells can form blood, lymph vessels within tumours. Hindu
34 2019-08-07 ?India?s cancer burden will double to 20L cases in 20 yrs? (Non-Infectious Disease Spread To Up The Risk) T.O.I
35 2019-08-07 ?India?s cancer burden will double to 20L cases in 20 yrs? (Non-Infectious Disease Spread To Up The Risk) T.O.I
36 2019-08-03 ?Losing the golden hour (What does it say about health care if even celebrities don?t get critical first aid?)? Ind. Exp.
37 2019-08-03 ?Losing the golden hour (What does it say about health care if even celebrities don?t get critical first aid?)? Ind. Exp.
38 2019-07-26 Ten Concerns On Ayushman Bharat (Universal healthcare is coming, here?s why those worries are mistaken) T.O.I
39 2019-07-19 The threat of Ebola (The health emergency declared by the WHO can counter the risk of a global spread) Hindu
40 2019-07-03 Healthcare?s primary problem (It is imperative to promote community-based care rather than relying on hospital services)? Hindu
41 2019-06-27 Scoring on health (States, now with greater resources at their command, must upgrade primary health care) Hindu
42 2019-06-22 Abandoned Till The Predictable Crisis Hits (Doctors, ambulances rushed to fight disease only when the spotlight?s on it) T.O.I
43 2019-06-19 Preventing violence (A law to protect doctors is good, and a health-care upgrade is essential) Hindu
44 2019-06-19 No Country For Doctors? (Assaults on healthcare workers are spreading, make it a non-bailable offence)? T.O.I
45 2019-06-17 Wrong Diagnosis (Doctors? grievances need a combination of law enforcement and supply enhancement)? T.O.I
46 2019-04-19 A manifesto for health (Paradigm shift to universal healthcare is not unrealistic, requires political will)? Ind. Exp.
47 2019-04-15 Health of a nation (In election season, parties promise universal health care. But it will need to be defined and monitored) Ind. Exp.
48 2019-04-11 A rare opportunity (New rare disease policy is a chance to create an inclusive public health imagination) Ind. Exp.
49 2019-04-09 US vs Europe in India (Healthcare system hanging on hospital insurance without foundation of primary care is unsustainable) Ind. Exp.
50 2019-04-01 Positive News (A transplant at Johns Hopkins shows that the new therapy, HIV-positive no longer need to be treated as high- risk)? Ind. Exp.
51 19/1/2020 Coronavirus alert (What is the source of the new SARS-like disease) (Health) Hindu
52 11/1/2019 Cases of diabetes, BP & cancer soaring (3.5Cr Screened At NCD Clinics In ?17 & 6.5Cr In ?18)? T.O.I
53 10/29/2019 Vaping is injurious to health (Measures being taken against e-cigarette companies in the U.S. could result in a dip in sales) Hindu
54 10/22/2019 Mending broken systems: FemTech can radically change how medicine has neglected women?s pain until now. T.O.I
55 10/16/2019 For a wider food menu?(Dependence on a few?crops has negative consequences for ecosystems?and health)? Hindu
56 10/10/2019 Why we Banned E-Cigarettes?(When used by?never-smokers, these can be a gateway?for cigarette smoking and drug use)? T.O.I
57 10/10/2019 ?Nipping it in the bud?(E-cigarette ban prevents?a disease from becoming?life-threatening) Ind. Exp.
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