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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2424

Life & Health

More needs to be done along with 90-90-90, to end AIDS!

A webinar was organized by the Citizens News Service (CNS) to raise awareness to eliminate transmission of HIV and promote healthy and productive normal life spans for all people living with HIV revealed that 193 governments have committed to end AIDS by 2030 (Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs).

 Dr. Ishwar Gilada - President of AIDS Society of India
More needs to be done along with 90-90-90, to end AIDS!
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Know your status to end AIDS by 2025

The World Aids Day falls on 1st of December and the National STD/AIDS Control Programme (NSCAP) has organized events to raise awareness on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, commonly known as AIDS, and to remember those who died due to AIDS.

Know your status to end AIDS by 2025
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WHO prioritized AMR: A key issue tackled through multi-sectoral partnership

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a multi-sectoral problem affecting human and animal health, agriculture, as well as the global environment and trade. Clean water, sustainable food production and poverty alleviation are but a few of the challenges it poses.

WHO prioritized AMR: A key issue tackled through multi-sectoral partnership
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Hidden Truth

It is a well-known fact that taxation is one of the most effective and cost effective measures to reduce tobacco consumption, especially among the youth and the poor and raise government revenues for development programs.

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Can We End Tobacco Pandemic Without Holding Industry Liable?

The disease burden, death toll and economic loss caused by tobacco is mountainous enough to warrant urgent action globally. Over 7 million deaths every year and more than US$ 1.4 trillion economic cost cripples the global economy - can this be ignored? Also more evidence piles up on how tobacco threatens sustainable development.

Can We End Tobacco Pandemic Without Holding Industry Liable?
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Health security is central to "sustainable societies" - Is AMR a threat?

Accelerating research and development for new diagnostics, treatments and vaccines etc. needs more attention since the world is losing effective drugs that are no longer working due to drug resistance. Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) is threatening to push us back to the pre-antibiotic era. Today the world is slipping more towards the risk of dealing with 'superbugs' that are virtually untreatable, including drug resistant gonorrhea.

Health security is central to "sustainable societies" - Is AMR a threat?
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Is it the final countdown to #endTB?

The world's eyes and ears are expectantly focussed on the forthcoming first-ever UN High Level Meeting (UNHLM) to #endTB: "United to End TB: An Urgent Global Response to a Global Epidemic." The global TB community is hailing this as a landmark opportunity to marshal political will and resources to end TB by 2030. Will this meeting actually turn out to be the magic potion that would rid the world of TB by 2030?

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Male Infertility: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Mankind ensures continuity of its species through procreation or reproduction. Human procreation means sexual reproduction resulting in human fertilization, usually due to sexual intercourse between a male and a female. To ensure a successful fertilization both the man and the woman must have adequate levels of fertility.

Male Infertility: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Sperms swimming towards an egg  (Image courtesy- conceiveplease.com   )
Healthy female reproductive system (Image courtesy- anatomyparts.us )
Normal and abnormal sperms (Image courtesy- ehealthcares.info )
Healthy male reproductive system (Image courtesy- anatomyparts.us )
Female egg and the male sperm fuse to create a zygote cell which then turns into an embryo. 23 chromosomes from the male and female each.
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Sri Lanka - Rotation of Pictorial Health Warnings on tobacco products

Sri Lanka initiated implementation of Article 11-Pictorial Health Warnings (PHWs ) - on tobacco products - of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) of the World Health Organization, early 2015. The pictures cover 80 percent of the surface area of cigarette packets, and eight pictures were introduced.

Pictorial Health Warnings
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Fight Against World’s Deadliest Industry

Tobacco remains the world's single largest preventable cause of death. Tobacco killed about a hundred million people in the twentieth century, it now kills over seven million people every year, more than AIDS, malaria, and traffic accidents combined. Heart disease claims the largest number, but close behind are emphysema and lung cancer, followed by premature birth, gangrene, and cancers of the human bladder, pancreas, and cervix and more.

Fight Against  World’s Deadliest Industry
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