Evolution and development of science paved way for answers to the numerous questions of "what is fear and why do we experience it?"
What parameters are being set by India to be in the running for superiority, because human upliftment certainly doesn’t seem to have made it to that list.
India has about 275 million tobacco users and this epidemic needs immediate attention.
The real war on TB though, can only be won through education and awareness.
Today is World Down Syndrome Day, this heartwarming video will make you smile and bring you to tears.
"TB is one of India’s gravest public health challenges and we have to combat it with enormous strategic vision"
The Indian state needs to accelerate this process of accountability, monitoring and evaluation in order to surpass its Asian counterparts in Healthcare.
Generic Drugs are not protected by the patent regime, use the same ingredients and to the same effect as their branded equivalents/patented remedies.
Generics may have the same chemicals as the original drug but the main active ingredient has ample scope to be tampered with.
A long road still remains to be paved ahead to India’s achievement of its medical tourism dreams - and we're already on our way there.
The challenge that the US faces is to ensure adequate health care for all, at the same time also taking care of their fiscal deficits in this matter.
Where there were 850,000 medical tourists to India in 2011, the number is set to pole vault to 3200,000 in the next two years!
Your contribution can be a catalyst in the transformation of the individuals and thus accelerate their inner healing process.
For all you know, every such infographic may help us add an hour to our sleeping cycles for few nights.
Forcing abstinence is no way to solve the problem of sexually transmitted diseases, prohibition of alcohol is no way to cure the evils of alcohol addiction.
Talk about your problems, go consult a psychologist, meditate or do whatever it takes to avoid stress but most of all, live your life based on your opinions, not the society's.
Experiences worldwide indicate that India can transform the delivery of and access to essential health services through the use of technology.
I find it very problematic that most of the mothers don’t discuss this with their daughters before they begin to menstruate.