Are we making the wrong choices in battling child mortality? That seems to be the case as one of the largest live studies on child malnutrition showed that the normal standard policy followed by many developing nations including
A paper by Lancet suggests that survival rates post-surgery has improved drastically in the last half a century. According to the report, the likelihood of dying after general surgery has dropped by 90% from the 70s while the
The largest ever world wide study has dug its heels into the tobacco crisis. According to the international survey , nearly half of all men and 1 in 10 women use tobacco in many developing countries.
In 2008, India banned
According to the Lancet medical Journal, forty percent of men in developing countries either smoke or use smokeless tobacco. Tobacco is likely to kill half of its users. There are huge disparities in the rates of smoking