It’s Time to Take Long COVID Patients Seriously
What has the experience of treating Long COVID looked like in India, and how can our public health system rise to this real and growing challenge?
Dialling 102: What Should You Do if You Test Positive for COVID-19?
What should and shouldn't you do if you test positive for COVID-19? What measures can you take to keep yourself healthy and safe?
Why You Should Not Hit A Doctor
How do instances of violence against doctors affect their ability and conviction to serve and save human lives?
Reforming Ayurveda During COVID-19
Research by Isha Malaviya Presented & edited by Sumit Krishna Yadav Last week, Baba Ramdev announced Coronil and Swasari Vati as a “cures" for COVID-19. However,...
The Tired Mom Continuum: The Silent Fatigue of Motherhood
There was a time not too long ago when each night, only a few steps between their beds and the bathroom, our sons would...
Where Are The Farmers In Our Conversations On Sustainable Consumption?
This is the second article of a three-part series on sustainable consumption and food security in India, supported by Pristine Organics. Click here to...
“Our Handwriting May Be Bad, But Our Message is Clear”: Doctors Are Worried About...
What roles can doctors play in communicating the ill effects of air pollution to patients, and can their role go beyond hospitals?
Millets, Green Leafy Vegetables and Ant Eggs: Diversifying Diets and Tackling Malnutrition with Traditional...
A solution to malnutrition in India lies in utilizing tribal communities' indigenous food systems within cross-sectional nutrition programmes.
Rantas and other Enslaving Bogeywomen: Muslim Girlhood in Kashmir
The myth of the Rantas tells Kashmiri girls and women: beware of yourselves.
Rich Millet Poor Millet: The Irony in Our Consumerism
What transformed the humble millet into an exotic grain?