Two Key Health Datasets Differ, Reveal Incorrect Reporting By States

New Delhi: India’s progress on public healthcare has failed to keep up with its economic growth over the past decades, putting a binding constraint on the economy, Niti Aayog’s 2018 report, ‘Healthy States, Progressive India’, said. Ranking states and union territories (UTs) on a Health Index, the report noted that compared with India’s economic progress and achievements, its rates of improvement in health outcomes have remained lower than those recorded in developing countries with comparable levels of spending on health. This, along with the middle-income trap that a member of the Prime Minister’s…

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Mumbai, get fitter: Nutritionists reveal the truth behind diet and food myths

In the era of Internet and information overload, we can be easily misled and misinformed. We are surrounded by myths about certain foods and more often than not we believe whatever we read without questioning it. For example, “granolas and flavoured yogurt are healthy” or “salt only increases the risk of high blood pressure”. These statements are not necessarily true. To get a clearer picture, we spoke to nutritionists to reveal the facts about certain foods that we assume to be healthy or unhealthy for us. Unhealthy? So you thought!…

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Parsley and Dill may also help fight cancer, Scientists reveal

largely cultivated as a vegetable and micro herb, parsley has three fundamental varieties – Flat Leaf (Italian), Curly Leaf and Parsnip Rooted (utilized in Hamburgers). when chopped and delivered as a garnish it offers the dish a flavourful crunch. It perks up and brings to life sauces and dips. it’s been cultivated for over such a lot of centuries that it’s miles tough to pin point in which precisely this herb originated. however, it reveals its roots inside the call, that’s Greek, given to it because it become discovered developing…

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