He who has health has hope, and he who has hope, has everything! 

Each one of us takes up this journey called life once in a millennium. Good health is essential to human welfare and sustained economic and social development. The average Indian male born in the 1990s can expect to live 58.5 years; women can expect to live only slightly longer (59.6 years), according to 1995 estimates. Life expectancy has risen dramatically throughout the century from a scant twenty years in the 1911-20 periods. With the modernization, we all are losing connect to our good health. Even after decades of freedom, our country is still struggling to provide basic health services to its people. According to sources, about 3 to 4 million people die every year due to preventable diseases. Every year budgets are passed and infrastructural facilities are made by the Govt. to ensure health and prevent diseases, and still the number of people losing life due to health hazards is ever increasing, which is due to the lack of awareness at individual levels. All too often, people who are well-off have the best access to the best care, while the poor are left to fend for themselves. The biggest blot is to treat health as a commercial commodity, to be bought and sold, assuming that market forces will somehow self-adjust to iron out any problems. This seldom happens. What you see instead is unnecessary tests and procedures, more and longer hospital stays, higher costs, and the exclusion of people who cannot pay. To ensure health of the nation as a whole, the whole system needs a change and more facilities are required for the masses who cannot afford the aforesaid luxury treatments. We at Economic Growth Society of India volunteers to educate people and make them aware of the hazardous diseases and helping them live a sound and healthy life. We try to be one of the joining link to connect the infrastructural facilities to the needy and poor masses. A few members associated with our organization such as Dr. Nasir Ali – Surgeon-“Mumtaz Hospital & Research Centre,  Dr.H.G. Biradar “Mansi Clinic” , Dr. Ram Prakash Diwakar, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta – Jhansi Orthopedic Hospital, Dr. Suresh M. Prajapati – Dharti Hospital  etc have made a remarkable difference in the lives of a lot of people by devoting themselves fully to the cause of humanity. At last, we reinforce our message to the readers, - “We work hard to earn a good living but we shouldn’t do it at the cost of our health as spending all money at the end in restoring good health is equivalent to earning less but at a healthy note.