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Thousands of citizens abroad are trapped and deported.
Deaths from non-infectious diseases are set to rise.
A once-forgotten novel from 1965 has surged in popularity in recent years. What’s so special about it?
It will be harder to ensure healthcare provision in remote areas.
How do we prepare for this imminent public health crisis?
UK now has a record number of minority MPs.
Disturbing practices abound in the stent implant market.
Pakistan has allocated little aid to DRR strategies.
Hospital patients risk acquiring infections during their stay.
Both populisms, left and right, are set to run parallel to one another.
In Punjab, privatisation is being dressed as good governance.
We have underplayed our experience in handling refugee crises.
Health workers face mortal threats.
The state and pharma industry must invest in R&D.
Suicide is a rising public health issue.
The quality of inquiries has deteriorated.
We don’t seem to realise the scale of the crisis brewing in foreign lands.
A headcount is key to determining the burden of disease.
Not even babies are spared society’s criminal behaviour.