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Public health and environment in Pakistan

Public health and environment in Pakistan

Health is a state of complete well-being that directs towards maximizing an individual adaptive potential which if broadened to concept of public health concentrates on promoting and preserving health mean while reducing the burden of diseases. Health of an individual …

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Poverty ease remains the daunting task

Poverty ease remains the daunting task

Surging poverty levels and rising inflationary pressure have hardest hit the poor and ordinary Pakistani in the past one year. Though the present government of Prime Minister Imran Khan shows its commitment to alleviate poverty and rehabilitate the weak and …

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Clean air is good for business

Clean air is good for business

The announcements from the UN’s Climate Action Summit shared one distinct feature – each thematic focus included a private sector CEO that accepted the challenge to act on climate and air pollution. It was a clear message to the world …

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Sports economy upgrading

Sports economy upgrading

There are a number of economic concerns with regard to sports in Pakistan, almost most issues have remained unresolved since long. The most important thing is the correlation between the level of economic development and sporting performance in major events …

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Suicide Rates Around the World

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September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day and as such, we’ve pulled together the suicide rates of a selection of countries, by gender. Of the 25 looked at here, the World Health Organization estimates Russia to have by far the highest rate among men, …

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Pitiable state of health care system

Pitiable state of health care system

There is little strength in health care delivery system in Pakistan like making health policies, participating in UN’s Sustainable Development Goals program, initiating vertical programs and introducing Public Private Partnership, improving human resource development and infrastructure by making Basic Health …

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