Improved Access Not as Important as High-Quality Care in Preventing Deaths Globally

Improved Access Not as Important as High-Quality Care in Preventing Deaths Globally By Laura Joszt In Focus Blog – Published on: September 07, 2018 Access to care is not enough to improve care and prevent deaths; expansion of health coverage has to be paired with investments to create high-quality health systems, according to a study […]

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High BMI in early life linked to asthma risk later: Study

  The growth of children in the first three years of their life affects the development of their lungs and the risk of asthma at 10 years of age, says a study. According to recent studies, excessive weight gain in the first years of life can be associated with lower lung function and a higher […]

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