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Media release: 
03/11/2016

Bringing together skills in both medical and computer sciences, the George Institute for Global Health India has launched a unique mobile phone-based application for remote monitoring and management of those undergoing home based peritoneal dialysis.

Media release: 
27/10/2016

Indians are eating more than double the recommended amount of salt, putting themselves at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and early death, a new study has found.

Media release: 
17/10/2016

The George Institute for Global Health India’s unique mobile phone-based application for remote monitoring and management of those undergoing home based peritoneal dialysis – which assists in self-monitoring of their health from the comfort of their own homes – has won a Commonwealth Digital Health Award 2016 for m-health in low and middle income countries.

Media release: 
10/10/2016

The Economist Intelligence Unit has published the Asia-Pacific Mental Health Integration Index in which it listed 15 countries from the region and ranked them based on scores obtained for governance, environment, opportunities and access to treatment. India figures in the lower half for each of those indices, with Australia and New Zealand figuring at the top.

Media release: 
04/10/2016

​Public urged to vote for the project to win the People’s Choice Award.

Media release: 
29/09/2016

Technology-enabled screening and assessment of cardio-vascular risk by village level health workers, coupled with a referral and treatment system involving doctors in primary health centres, has considerable scope of ensuring that people in rural areas have a heart that can stay healthy for a longer time, a new study by the George Institute for Global Health India has found.

Media release: 
22/09/2016

A new study published in The Lancet shows good progress has been made around the world in achieving some of the UN agreed global health goals, including reducing childhood mortality, providing family planning and the rollout of universal healthcare.

Media release: 
15/09/2016

On the occasion of World Sepsis day this week, the George Institute for Global Health has called for a national public awareness campaign, saying that it kills more people than breast or prostrate cancer combined. Awareness about this, however, is quite low in different parts of the world including in India.

Media release: 
29/08/2016

New research by The George Institute for Global Health reveals the high and unnecessary amount of salt in instant noodles sold around the world.

Media release: 
27/07/2016

New research from the George Institute for Global Health, Public Health Foundation and Centre for Chronic Disease Control, India highlights the high levels of salt in packaged food sold in India. The survey, which looked at 5796 packaged food products, revealed huge differences in the salt content of similar foods, with some containing almost 10 times more salt than others, and less than a quarter of products would meet the UK 2017 salt targets.

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