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BY admin 21st March 2019

21st March, the day people who live or work with Down’s syndrome throughout the world organize and participate in activities to increase public awareness. Down’s syndrome, also called trisomy 21, is a congenital disorder caused by the extra copy of genetic material from chromosome 21 in the human genome. Two chromosomes with one extra copy […]
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Food Safety and Nutrition
BY admin 13th March 2019

Our lives revolve around the decision of choosing those right things which bring us the most benefit. The choice of food isn’t left behind. Many questions arise such as the source of food, its nutrition value; whether it’s safe to consume or how it tastes etc. Today’s consumer wants to be truly informed of the […]
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International Women’s day
BY admin 8th March 2019

Gender Equality is a human right not a female right – Freida Pinto Undeniably, to ensure that women and girls enjoy the same rights and opportunities as men and boys is an equal act from a moral and ethical standpoint. The huge price paid for depriving the female gender of fair rights and opportunities are […]
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Digital Learning Day
BY admin 28th February 2019

Digital learning is a method that integrates technology with learning which can be implemented across any areas or fields of learning. This type of learning allows the learner to grasp concepts quickly in a more efficient way. With the advent of smartphones and computers, the process of learning has evolved rapidly. E-learning, virtual lectures, educational […]
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71 Potential Life Years Lost on Average When A Child Dies of Cancer
BY admin 16th February 2019

Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future. So said John F Kennedy. However, some children face a strong battle in the form of cancer. Childhood cancer is a term used to describe cancer in children before the age of 18 years. Although childhood cancers are rare (0.5%-4.6% of all cancers), every year 300,000 children are diagnosed with cancer annually. Moreover, a lack of childhood cancer registries in many countries can lead to unaccounted cases.
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Indian Women Die of Cervical Cancer Every Year
BY admin 14th February 2019

Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer affecting women worldwide [1]. India alone accounts for one-quarter of the worldwide cervical cancer burden [2]. The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is considered as one of the major etiological factors for cervical cancer along with other factors [3].
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Project 90 90 90 By NACO, Abbott and DSS
BY admin 5th February 2019

The National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India has been working on the prevention and cure of AIDS in India 1992. NACO is diligently moving towards achieving the global treatment goal of 90:90:90, i.e, diagnose 90%
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