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  • You may not realize it, but simple choices about what you eat and where you spend your time can protect you from diabetes.

  • Nexus-trained GnomikX provides saliva-based genetic testing, and counseling, for prevention and management of lifestyle disorders like diabetes, hypertension and obesity.

  • A U.S. group led by a movie star and a social entrepreneur helps Indians get access to safe water.

  • U.S. Health Attaché to India Dr. Preetha Rajaraman talks about U.S.-India partnerships on health innovations to address some of the biggest health-related challenges of today’s world.  

  • The Maternal and Newborn Health Development Impact Bond has the potential to provide improved health care during delivery to as many as 600,000 women in Rajasthan over the next five years.

  • Dimagi helps community health workers deliver patient care in villages using the Internet and mobile phones, a concept known as m-health.

  • Fulbright-Nehru researcher Hannah Lider focused on defining the challenges of current hemoglobin measuring devices and designing a data storage bangle for effective antenatal care in India’s rural areas.

  • Singer Gaida is also a composer, voice coach and speech therapist.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence fellow Rajesh Dave focuses on using research innovations to facilitate the delivery of personalized medicine.

  • Akash Shah’s start-up Care/of delivers personalized vitamin packs to consumers via monthly subscriptions.

  • Five ways to keep your environment clean (and keep yourself healthy).

  • iBreastExam, developed by Indo-U.S. teams, helps make early detection of breast cancer accessible, affordable and painless.

  • An emergency medical service started in Mumbai by American physicians of Indian origin aims to provide quick and timely treatment.

  • A bulk of the technical development work for GE Healthcare’s Edison AI-based health care platform takes place in India, where the company invests a big proportion of its R&D spends.