Gwalior is a province in southern India that is a centre for the production of traditional medicine, and is one of the fastest-growing areas of the country.
Gwalias population has been growing at an alarming rate over the past few decades, with more than 80% of its population under the age of 25.
Today, the state’s health department says, the total number of deaths due to diseases caused by drugs is at its highest level since 2000.
One of the biggest killers of people under 25 is diabetes, with a prevalence of 2.8% in the state.
The department has warned that Gwalia’s ageing population could have a devastating effect on the quality of healthcare provided to the state as well as the quality and quantity of medicines available to patients.
Gautam Ravi, the department’s chief medical officer, said the health department had identified several potential reasons why people are dying in Gwaloria, including lack of access to health care facilities and lack of affordable medicines.
He said the department was looking into whether the issue could be addressed through the introduction of a new service, daily transcription services.
Its daily transcription service allows people to receive a short daily summary of the daily news and health issues from the state, the region or the country and share it with others.
We have launched daily transcription in Gurgaon, he said.
Gwalior’s health director, Dr Rajesh Keshav, said that a significant number of patients were unable to get the daily summary because they were not able to pay for it.
“It is very important to make the service affordable for the entire community, especially as it is an important service for people who do not have access to healthcare services,” Dr Keshava said.
Dr Ravi said the service would enable the public to understand what the health service in Gumbi has been doing and what it is doing.
The daily transcription is currently available only in the city of Gurgaonia, but it has been rolling out in other parts of the state in the past two months, Dr Koshava said, adding that the service was not limited to Gwaliamor.
A new service in the Gurgaonian region will be launched soon, he added.
According to the latest available data, Gwalivans daily life expectancy in the State is 72 years, and Gwalival has a life expectancy of 78.5 years.