The George Institute For Global Health
United Kingdom

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The unfortunate and untimely death of the Union Rural Development Minister, Mr Gopinath Munde, in a road crash in the national Capital in the early hours of Tuesday morning has once again brought the issue of wearing seat belts into sharp focus.

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New data presented for the first time today at the World Heart Federation’s World Congress of Cardiology 2014 shows a significant improvement in both patient adherence and risk factor control when patients at high risk of heart attack or stroke receive a polypill, compared to usual care.

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Scrub Typhus more common in India than originally thought, reveals study.

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One of Australia’s top health apps, FoodSwitch, has just been awarded “Most Valuable HCP or Health Care Initiative Award” at a conference in Spain, because of its ability to empower shoppers to make healthier food choices.

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If detected early and managed appropriately, the deterioration in kidney function can be slowed or even stopped - yet awareness of kidney diseases is still very low and many people underestimate the vital role their kidneys play.

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A new study provides evidence that people with type 2 diabetes who drink wine in moderation have a lower risk of heart attack compared to those who do not drink alcohol at all.

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Pilot in 11 villages of West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh shows a unique way to fight cardiovascular diseases

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In a first-of-its-kind study on common mental disorders, The George Institute for Global Health India will study the use of mobile technology for identifying and managing common mental disorders in the rural community.

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The world needs a fundamentally different approach to health care and innovation is the key.

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Diabetes is a growing global epidemic killing 4 million people a year and costing $368 billion in healthcare. It affects 366 million people, a number set to increase to 550 million by 2030 if action is not taken.