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Jing is a research fellow at The George institute for Global Health China. He joined this big family in April, 2011. What does he think about research work? Please check below the Q & A with him.

Release date: 
25/02/2015

Parents should review action plans and ensure they have correct medications to prepare for an asthma spike among children, a preventable trend, now that children have returned to school.

Severine is a Senior Statistical Programmer at The George Institute. Severine has a Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Information Systems and Piloting and an Associate Degree in Statistics and Data Management from the University of South-Brittany, France.

Release date: 
20/02/2015

The George Institute for Global Health, in partnership with UNICEF  and Reuters, has endeavoured to  develop educational programs for journalists in an effort to address the challenges of   public health starting with improving immunization coverage and vaccine up-take in India.

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19/02/2015

Each day back pain affects approximately 25% of the world’s population. It is estimated that in the US alone chronic pain costs $635 billion a year, more than cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

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17/02/2015

Award-winning ‘FoodSwitch’ app adds new user-requested features and Health Star Rating.

Products high in sugar and saturated fat are being uncovered by Australian consumers and switched for healthier choices in the supermarket aisle, thanks to today’s release of additional features of the internationally acclaimed FoodSwitch app.

Release date: 
11/02/2015

India needs to resist controversial trend to change guidelines for people with diabetes and continue focus on aggressive, targeted blood pressure lowering treatment.

Release date: 
11/02/2015

New research says US/EU relaxation of diabetes blood pressure lowering guidelines ignore evidence, endanger treatment.

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10/02/2015

In India, back pain can affect 35% of people living in urban centres and one fifth of those in rural settings.

Release date: 
09/02/2015

Back pain is the third most common health condition managed by GPs in Australia, with treatment costs totalling $4.8 billion a year.

This world first study of immediate back pain ranks causes of back pain by degree of risk.

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