Interview
Innovations are revolutionising healthcare in rural India: Dr Harsh Vardhan

Dr Harsh Vardhan talks about how researchers across the country are  working relentlessly to develop solutions for India's myriad health problems

    2018/12/04
Equipment-free workout helps you live a longer life: Mickey Mehta

Mickey Mehta, the well-known holistic health guru, talks about his fitness journey, his Yo workouts, and how people can deal with the stress and excel in life

    2018/11/12
Homeopathy can treat both common and chronic ailments: Michele Boiron

Michele Boiron, director, Boiron, talks about the strengths of homeopathy and the challenges in establishing homeopathy as an independent medicine system

    2018/10/21
It is time to re-evaluate the National Family Planning Program: Poonam Muttreja

Poonam Muttreja, executive director, Population Foundation of India talks about why India's family planning program has not produced the desired results

    2018/10/04
Fetal surgeries can help save children from lifelong deformities and illness: Dr Mohan Abraham

Dr Mohan Abraham is a noted pediatric surgeon at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi. He talks about his recent cases

    2018/07/25
The Beijing strain is the most commonly found strain in Asia, including India: Dr Sarah Dunstan

Dr Sarah Dunstan, a senior research fellow at Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, Melbourne, talks about her latest study on tuberculosis, and how it is going to help develop new strategies to diagnose and treat the deadly disease

    2018/07/11
Personalised medicine can help India fight burgeoning incidence of cancer: Prof Justin Stebbing

Justin Stebbing, professor, cancer medicine and oncology at Imperial College, London, talks about how genetics and immunotherapy can revolutionise cancer care

    2018/05/27
Lassa fever is similar to Ebola and can spread human-to-human: Atanu Basu

Prof Atanu Basu, a noted virologist, talks about Lassa fever, which is emerging as next health challenge in Africa after Ebola, its symptoms and if India is at risk.

    2018/04/23
Underprivileged people should be given low-cost diabetes treatment: Dr Anoop Misra

Diabetes and hypertension are the two most common causes of chronic kidney disease. Dr Anoop Misra, a leading diabetologist, talks about what one can do to protect one's kidneys from the irreversible damage

    2018/03/08
India requires newer drugs and diagnostic tools to tackle extra-pulmonary TB: Dr Rajesh Gokhale

Dr Rajesh Gokhale, former director, IGIB, talks about his research, the growing burden of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis and how India can eliminate tuberculosis by 2025.

    2018/02/14
How I defied the doctors' prognosis and found treatment for an 'incurable' superbug

Doctors in India told me I had only one choice - learn to live with it. But I decided to fight back ....

Innovations are revolutionising healthcare in rural India: Dr Harsh Vardhan

Dr Harsh Vardhan talks about how researchers across the country are  working relentlessly to develop solutions for India's myriad health problems....

The Nasofilters that can protect you from air pollution for Rs 10 

The new easy-to-wear Nasofilters, a small membrane-like filter which sticks to the nostrils, prevents 90 percent pollution particles from getting into the lungs through th....

Diabetes, heart disease and stroke may co-occur

Researchers say that diabetes, heart disease, and stroke may progress from one to another sequentially through the life course. That means there is ....

Apollo Hospitals, Apollo Cradle and Apollo Fertility in partnership with National Neonatology Foundation (NNF), Paediatric Academy of Telangana State (PATS) ...