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Thalassemia: Pakistan has no Prevention Plan at national level

Sindh, KPK and Balochistan have done legislation for premarital screening but no implementation; poverty and unawareness are major issues –…

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Viral illnesses linked to brain disease

This isn’t the first time viruses have been linked to neurodegenerative disease. Infection with a type of herpes virus has…

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Trans-fat, ‘a toxic chemical that kills’

Currently, nine of the 16 countries with the highest estimated proportion of coronary heart disease deaths caused by trans-fat intake do…

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Dying to live

Malnutrition is the biggest problem facing the affected people whenever floods rip through Sindh. However, it is a chronic issue…

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Using art to ensure good eye health for all children

Over 4 million children in Pakistan are estimated to have Uncorrected Refractive Error, which affects child development, future opportunities, and…

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Sindh to seek help from International Psychiatry University for establishing Sir CJ University in Hyderabad

The old building of the institute is a heritage and must be renovated and preserved – Murad Shah Sindh Courier…

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One woman’s six-word mantra that has helped to calm millions

The nervously ill person usually notices each new symptom in alarm, listens-in in apprehension, and yet at the same time…

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International Federation of Red Cross team visits flood-hit areas of Khairpur

IFRC delegation desires to join healthcare activities and provide sterilized delivery kits and medicines for women and newborn babies.  …

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What are the reasons of depression?

For some people, an upsetting or stressful life event, such as bereavement, divorce, illness, redundancy and job or money worries,…

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Schedule Caste People commit more suicides than others in Sindh

The major reasons behind the suicides are poverty, unemployment, falling socio-economic status, marital issues, domestic violence, addiction to drugs and…

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