Atopic dermatitis is a common type of skin allergy and is also called eczema. It also lead to co-morbid cases of eye related problems and blood-related problems.
After asthma, allergic rhinitis is the most common form of allergic condition faced or reported globally. It is a very common form of allergy and is mainly caused by pollens, dust, fly-ash, and other particulate matters. According to a study by The Global Asthma Network, (2018); approx. 70% of the global human population inhale or […]
Recent reports indicated outbreaks of superbugs related diseases, infections, and even deaths especially in the hospitals (Podolsky, 2018). However, challenges remain with respect to the management of infections from antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Atopic dermatitis (eczema), an immune-mediated skin disease, continues to exhibit rising prevalence trends around the globe. As shown in the previous article, the worldwide patterns of the disease occurrence tend not to show any decline. The atopic dermatitis burden has also been stipulated to be on the rise due to associations with a number of co-morbidities.
The health insurance policies help in controlling the mortality rate occurring from different diseases as well as allergic conditions. It has been constituted that at least 20% of the total Indian population suffer from different allergic conditions. On the other hand, 30% of the allergic population die due to lack of accessibility to medications and treatments.
However, the national health report of India in 2018 indicated 34% of the total population of India have health insurance coverage, 79% of them were covered by public insurance companies and government schemes.