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Study links meeting several SDGs to relieving heat stress for billions of people living in tropical, developing countries.
The birth of the world’s first gene-edited babies raises scientific, as well as ethical, questions.
Studies link the spread of Chagas disease to artisanal juice made from açaí berries.
Wafers made of fish protein could save thousands of severely malnourished Asian children.
India’s ambitious plan to double spending on public health has been greeted by experts with mixed reactions.
Cancer scientist Cheong Sok Ching seeks to erase the stigma of cancer through her work in research and innovation.
As many as 1.24 million deaths in India were attributable to air pollution in 2017, says study.
Rural women in the low-income countries of the Asia Pacific are unable to access healthcare, says report.
Cardiovascular diseases linked to lifestyle are swamping Asia Pacific’s healthcare systems, says report.
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Current global food systems are negatively impacting climate change, says study presented at nutrition meet.
India’s fixed dose formulations against TB and malaria are risky and may lead to drug resistance, says study.