Articles by World Health Org­anisation (WHO)

Leukaemia To Breast Cancer, Why The 15-29 Age-Group Has Become Most Vulnerable

Cancers in the AYA group (15-29 years) are often mistaken initially for infectious diseases and treatment gets delayed. Apart from lifestyle problems, a combination of environment and genetics is equally dangerous

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Waiting Homes For Expectant Mothers

How innovative solutions can help solve the challenge of malnutrition

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Let’s Talk About Our O-O Burden

Why Poshan Maah needs to consider the neglected but rising overweight-obesity epidemic in India

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Are Fruit Juices Really As Healthy As You Think?

Here are some facts that you must consider before taking a sip

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What Has The World’s Third Largest River To Do With Malnutrition?

As a historian tells the story of the Ganga in a new book, we connect the dots to see where mindless destruction of nature can take us

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'Nutrition Now Plays A Key Role In Global Agenda'

Dr Umesh Kapil is a professor of epidemiology at the Institute of Liver And Biliary Sciences, Delhi. He has been a professor of Public Health Nutrition at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi, earlier.

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The Verdict Is Out From The Gods Of Nutrition: State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, 2019

Technology is on a dizzy high, but the economy is not. Conflicts are displacing people, while climate change is upsetting the way we eat, what and how. All these have led to new nutrition and health challenges. The FAO, IFAD, UNICEF, WFP and the WHO have once again joined hands to bring out a seminal report. In a three-part series, we bring you their vision, the key take-outs and a comparison between India and China.

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