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...
Getting Pregnant is Harder Than It’s Made Out To Be
How easy is it to get pregnant? Rising infertility in India is leading to more couples seeking out reproductive experts.
The Evolution of Mental Health Policy in India: A Timeline
Edited by Manasi Nene With the loss of lives, freedoms and other things due to the COVID19 pandemic, there has been a rise in symptoms...
Why Access to Nutritious Food is A Right, Not Charity
Malnutrition has been one India's biggest and most difficult challenges to beat. Despite decades of investment, the latest National Family Health Survey (NFHS-5, 2019-2021)...
UP’s Population Control Bill Unlikely to Stand the Test of Courts, Discriminates Against Women’s...
While the draft Bill has been criticised for being election propaganda by the BJP, the Yogi Adityanath government has insisted that it has been introduced with the intent of bringing down the TFR to 2.1 by 2026 and 1.9 by 2030. What are the legal and policy implications of such legislation?
Dialling 102: How Can We Improve Biomedical Waste Management in India?
How can biomedical waste management in India be made better? Dr. Ashok K. Agarwal has the answers.
One Health: The Need for Intersections Between Human, Animal and Environmental Health
This is an integrated approach to healthcare that can be adopted as a preventive measure against zoonotic diseases. But will One Health find its ground in India, or become yet another underexplored idea?
Moving Digital to Phygital: Transforming Last Mile Health Access
Telemedicine is the newest entrant in India’s discourse on healthcare—from medical conferences to startups, one can hear this buzzword word across the spectrum. With several new telemedicine initiatives launched in recent times, it is important that the technology used is simple to use and comprehensive for the target population.
Preparing for the Worst: How Doctors Deal with Violence
How do doctors prepare themselves for possible instances of violence against them? Are there some doctors who are more likely to face violence than others?
Caring for the Special Needs of Adults and our Earth: Meet the Friends of...
“I have been here for 20 years... I know everything!” exclaims Deepak, without a hint of doubt in his voice. Although it hasn’t quite...