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The incidence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is increasing around the world. NCDs are estimated to be responsible for 41 million deaths each year, many of which are categorised as ‘premature’. To help identify ways to address this issue in South Asia, The UK Academy of Medical Sciences held a two-day workshop in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Making your own face masks? An international team of researchers led by A/Professor Catherine Clase from McMaster University Ontario have found that the type of cloth and the number of layers used can impact how effective they will be at protecting you from COVID-19.
While the health risks associated with diabetes - including heart attacks and strokes - are well established, these risks could be present well before someone is even diagnosed with the condition, according to new research by The George Institute for Global Health published in the British Medical Journal.