Five in six children under two years old in developing countries are not getting enough of the right kinds of food, putting them at risk of irreversible mental and physical damage, the U.N. children's agency ...
From 2000 to 2010, the rate of hypertension in middle- and lower-income countries increased by nearly eight percent. For higher-income countries in that same time period, it decreased by nearly three percent.
Air pollution, including environmental and household air pollution, has emerged as the leading risk factor for stroke globally, finds a new study at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand.
Improving mothers' nutrition before and during pregnancy is pivotal to reducing child stunting in developing countries, researchers said on Tuesday, as a new study showed poor child growth often starts in the womb.
Every second pregnant woman in developing countries and close to 40% of preschool children are estimated to be anaemic.
There has been a 33 per cent increase in the global cases of cancers between 2005 and 2015, the countries with the lowest development status saw a 50 per cent rise.
Development without any focus on health is the reason for the increasing burden of lifestyle diseases like diabetes, International Diabetes Federation President Jean Claude Mbanya said.In an interview to IANS, Mbanya said developing countries like ...
A study states that the global diet is getting sweeter particularly when it comes to beverages, warning that added sugars of all kinds are increasing rapidly in the diets of people living in developing countries.
While mammography is an effective method in detecting breast cancer in developed countries, it is not commonly available in less developed nations.
Childhood obesity affects both developed and developing countries and there are "serious" implications for future Indian generations without corrective action.