Capital has significant impact on economic development which involve structural transformation. In developed countries usually the rate of capital formation is 10 per cent or above while the rate in developing nations is as low as 5 per cent including …Read More »
Interview with Dr. Abdul Bari Khan — Chief Executive Officer, Indus Health Network PAGE: Tell me something about yourself and Indus Hospital & Health Network, please: Dr. Abdul Bari Khan: I was born in Karachi in a family originally from Peshawar. To …Read More »
Over 1 billion people have hypertension – but half of them don’t even know it. What exactly is this ‘silent killer’?
Dangerously high blood pressure, or hypertension, can kill if left untreated. Of the 1.2 billion people thought to have it, half don’t know and many more are not getting the treatment they need. Medication can be life-saving for people with …Read More »
An expert looks at the factors that influence cardiovascular health. He explored what we already know about how our lifestyles, brains and heart interact and what scientists are still working on. Four risk factors have been identified in recent years …Read More »
The pandemic has shown us the extraordinary potential of digital health to fight global health inequalities by providing expanded access to healthcare: as well as by better informing our responses to health crises. Tools such as wearable monitoring devices, video …Read More »
World ocean day is the most renowned day for the ocean. The day was first celebrated in 1992 following the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, held in Rio de Janeiro. In 2008, United Nations General Assembly was decided …Read More »
Country is truly capable to meet food crisis under pandemic and onwards Need of an investment strategy response in order to reverse some of the post Covid-19 distress Vigorous attempts are must for health sector improvement Interview with Mr. Abdul …Read More »
The pandemic has made us painfully aware of our common vulnerability to disease outbreaks. New communicable diseases originating in one part of the world can spread quickly and widely, underlining that health is a global concern. But this is old …Read More »
Futurist Alvin Toffler once called technology “the great growling engine of change.” That’s truer today than ever before. Among the seriously complex problems technology innovators are helping the world take on—climate change, hunger and poverty, biodiversity, barriers to education—none is …Read More »
A 2020 survey reveals that more than a quarter of respondents were found to be at risk of clinical-level mental health problems. Of eight countries surveyed, Singapore ranked highest for mental health wellbeing. While the UK and South Africa ranked …Read More »
Despite the many miseries the pandemic brought along with it, Mr. Amir Hashmi sees a few unintended benefits.
Let’s start off with Covid-19. How has it affected your business? Covid-19 has had unpresedented impact on every single business around the world. Despite the many miseries the pandemic brought along with it, I observed a few unintended benefits. For …Read More »
Human health has become a major growing concern worldwide due to infectious diseases. Biotechnology has played a dynamic role in improving the challenges regarding human health because it has flexibility to scale back global health differences through provision of promising …Read More »