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Public Health Foundation of India

New AI research centre launched at IIIT-H

Hyderabad: Chip maker Intel India in collaboration with The International Institute of Information Technology- Hyderabad (IIIT-H) and Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) announced...

Lockdown averted 29 lakh COVID-19 cases, says Centre

Citing various studies, Centre asserts shutdown paid “rich dividends”, saved 78,000 lives

Lockdown over herd immunity for experts

Senior health specialists point out herd immunity route comes with greater challenges and risks, cite UK's botched up strategy

Telangana: Eight MoUs and two pilot projects launched in AI

Intel, Public Health Foundation of India and IIIT-Hyderabad will jointly set up a research centre in applied AI in healthcare and smart mobility.

Mental disorders high in South India

One in seven Indians affected by depression, anxiety, etc.

Diabetes posing big threat to ignorant masses in Telangana

Nearly 47% of the population in Telangana unaware of their medical condition

Patients in Telangana to be screened for diabetic retinopathy

State govt will launch it in five Basthi Dawakhanas in Hyderabad, five PHCs in Rangareddy district.

Narendra Modi’s healthcare scheme won hearts, and votes

"This scheme has infused a sense of belief in the poor that if they fall sick they will get treatment without spending a rupee," said Anil Agarwal,

Exam stress taking toll on students

Telangana and Andhra Pradesh ranked among top 5 States in suicide rate

Chronic Kidney Disease – latest killer on prowl

The number of premature deaths of adults due to renal ailments is more than the fatalities related to HIV/AIDS in the country

Pollution, silent killer in our midst

It is a vital aspect affecting health but is often less talked about

Diabetes requires urgent attention: Expert

Hyderabad: Diabetes had become an epidemic in the country which required urgent attention, but good news was that the Centre as well as State...

India’s health status improving, inequities still exist between States

India’s health report card: 333 disease conditions and injuries, 84 risk factors.

India may have 120 mn diabetes patients in next 20 yrs: IIPH

"India has the second largest number of people with diabetes which is at 70 million, next only to China which has about 110 million."

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