Interview
We are reinventing yoga without compromising with its basic principles: Akshar

Akshar, the famous yoga master who has come up with whole new yoga forms such as Aerial yoga and Coconut yoga, talks to Healthpost about his journey as a yoga practitioner, and his many experiments with it.

    2017/08/27
Our new medicine can revolutionise treatment for baldness: Dr Rinky Kapoor

Dr. Rinky Kapoor talks to Healthpost about various aspects of her new medicine for baldnes and how it is different from existing treatments

    2017/08/02
 I fear diabetes could do to India what HIV did to Africa: Dr V Mohan

According to a new study published in The Lancet, diabetes, so far considered a disease of the affluent, is fast affecting urban poor. Dr V Mohan, chairman and Dr. R M Anjana, managing director, Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre, Chennai talk to Healthpost about the key findings of the study

    2017/07/21
At-home healthcare is safer than hospitals for patients who need extended care: Dr Gaurav Thukral

Dr Gaurav Thukral, Sr. VP & Business Unit Director, Health Care at Home India, talks about various challenges of providing healthcare at home, which involves setting up an ICU at home.

    2017/07/09
The mobile phone has made every citizen first responder during a medical emergency: Dr K. Hari Prasad

Dr. K. Hari Prasad, one of the country's well-known intensivists, talks to Healthpost about various aspects of emergency care in India

    2017/06/06
Late marriage is a leading cause of infertility: Dr David Robertson

Dr David Robertson, a noted Dubai-based IVF specialist and group medical director, Bourn Hall clinic, talks to Healthpost about causes, concerns and treatment for infertility.

    2017/05/26
Lack of good governance, not funds, afflicts our healthcare system: C K Mishra

C K Mishra, union health secretary, speaks to Healthpost editor, Gunjan Sharma, about a host of issues, including new health policy, low budgetary allotment for healthcare, generic drugs, the increasing  assaults on doctors

    2017/05/16
Making affordable healthcare accessible is the duty of the government, not doctors'

Dr K. K Aggarwal, President of the Indian Medical Association, talks about a host of issues: the deteriorating doctor-patient relationship, generic drugs, Clinical Establishment Act of West Bengal

    2017/05/02
Here in Egypt, we are confused, don't know the truth about Eman's case

Professor Mohamed Ali Lasheen talks to Healthpost about Eman, the growing obesity problem in Egypt and the growing popularity of weight loss surgery in his country

    2017/04/28
It is possible to enjoy food and be healthy 

It is not impossible to lose weight. It requires focus and consistency. And it can be a lot of fun because you see results for yourself and that makes you want to stay the path, says Shvetha Jaishankar  

    2017/04/09
It was a race against time when I did my first heart transplant

A surgeon feels most frustrated when he does not have a cure for his ailing patient. I too face it many a time--irreversible conditions where a surgeon feels helpless....

We are reinventing yoga without compromising with its basic principles: Akshar

Akshar, the famous yoga master who has come up with whole new yoga forms such as Aerial yoga and Coconut yoga, talks to Healthpost about his journey as a yoga practitioner....

The world's smallest and cheapest ventilator can help millions of patients  

This pocket sized ventilator is as accurate as any high-end conventional ventilator and costs only Rs 15,000....

Vitamin D deficiency not associated with asthma

Lack of exposure to adequate sunlight has increased the incidence of Vitamin D deficiency among people. Vitamin D deficiency is associated  wit....

Economic Times through the ‘The Economic Times World Heart Week 2017’ presents a conference designed to showcase diverse and current happenings i...