Interview
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
Developing body's immunity is the way to fight drug resistant infections: Prof Sharon Lewin

Professor Sharon Lewin, director, Doherty Institute for Immunity and Infection, Melbourne talks about drug resistance, the challenges doctors face because of that and the ways to combat it.

    2018/01/28
India needs more multi-specialty children's hospitals: Dr Praveen Khilnani

Dr Praveen Khilnani, a pediatric intensivist and clinical director, Rainbow hospital, Delhi, talks about the idea behind setting up a children's hospital in the capital and the challenges the doctors face while treating children

    2018/01/07
Herbal formulations should undergo a thorough validation process to find global acceptance: Amit Sharma

Amit Sharma, director, Sanat, a company which makes a range of Ayurvedic and naturopathy products talks about the importance of validating  medicines through a strict regulatory mechanism and how to make Ayurveda a mainstream medicine

    2017/12/29
Psychological counselling is the most important aspect of sex reassignment surgery: Nitasha Biswas

Nitasha Biswas, the first winner of Ms Transqueen India 2017, a pan India title, talks about  her life, love, motherhood and what winning the title means...

    2017/12/21
Lifestyle changes are key to preventing heart diseases: Dr Bhaba Nanda Das

Dr Bhaba Nanda Das, one of India's most famous cardiac surgeons, talks about why coronary artery disease is becoming so common in India, why a lot of young people are falling prey to it, and what one can do to prevent it

    2017/09/24
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
My fight with cancer strengthened my belief in humanity, in relations beyond blood

In the 21st century when people live such materialistic lives and machines have taken over most of the manual work, there are things which are still in the hands of humans....

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.....

This robot-assisted digital 360 degree breast thermography device may help detect breast cancer at an early stage

The new device might address all three inhibitions a woman generally have while going for a regular breast cancer screening....

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 ....

The event will bring together individuals, public, private and civil society members who have been involved in the design and implementation of health care i...