The i-value By Javaid Iqbal Health Crisis in US Prisons The United States of America is often called the land of free and home of the brave. Yet, nearly 2.2 million adults are locked in prisons and jails across the United States as of 2016. If the number of people in prisons was a state, it would […]
The i-value By Javaid Iqbal Addressing Climate Emergency and its impact on Public Health in US The goal of every health system is to keep people healthy, and climate change strikes right at the foundation of it. The effects of climate change are catastrophic and instantaneous, with the impact felt across the globe. It is […]
The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India By Puneet Gupta Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Gupta P. The cardiovascular disease epidemic: marching forward in India. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;15. The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic: Marching Forward in India Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the largest cause of […]
The i-value By Javaid Iqbal Role of Machine Learning in Healthcare Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have emerged as one of the most important technologies of Industrial Revolution 4.0. The use of AI and ML will transform and disrupt healthcare as large quantities of data will be transformed into insights for improving the diagnosis of […]
Edition 16 – #MeToo: The Perfect Storm Needed to Change Attitudes Toward Sexual Harassment and Violence
Claire Bethel, Former Deputy Director at Department of Health, Croydon, UK, discusses “#MeToo: The Perfect Storm Needed to Change Attitudes Toward Sexual Harassment and Violence.”
Edition 18 – Health Care for India’s 500 Million: The Promise of the National Health Protection Scheme
Dr. Shalendra D. Sharma addresses “Health Care for India’s 500 Million: The Promise of the National Health Protection Scheme.”
The i-value By Javaid Iqbal How Vaccine Apartheid Hurts Global Health The U.S. has vaccinated more than 50% of the population, while Sub-Saharan Africa has only administered eight doses per 1,000 people. Numerous developing countries have criticized the distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine as “vaccine apartheid.” Rich countries have brought more vaccines than they need. The European Union could vaccinate its citizens […]
Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution By Pranjal Garg, Saidharshini Muthiah, and Chirag Singla Citation Garg P, Muthiah S, Singla C. Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 patients in India: Problem to Solution. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29. Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution Introduction COVID-19 has taken a massive toll […]
This paper discusses the current situation of pharmaceutical industries in India and its repercussions on general health.
Edition 28 – Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude Towards Oral Health among a Population Visiting a Dental College and Hospital in South India: A Cross-sectional Study
This study was carried out to assess the oral hygiene knowledge, attitude, and behavior amongst patients visiting the Department of Public health dentistry at MNR dental college and hospital, Sangareddy.