India Has a Serious Hunger Problem, Shows Global Hunger Index Report
India ranks 100th among 119 nations, with neighboring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka faring better.
First International Ayush Conference on Indian Medicine to be Held in Dubai
About 1,200 delegates from over 20 countries, and 30,000 participants are expected to attend the event.
10% of Indian Adults Likely to be Obese by 2025: Report
Treatment of obesity-related illnesses to cost $13 million in India by 2025, the report shows.
Soumya Swaminathan Appointed WHO’s Deputy Director General
Dr Soumya Swaminathan, who trained as a pediatrician, is a globally recognized researcher on tuberculosis and HIV.
Stray Dogs Started Turning Blue. Then the Street Mobilized
India has some of the most pro-dog laws on the planet. It is illegal here to kill healthy strays, and the result is millions of them — perhaps as many as 30 million across the country.
Why Public Health Insurance Could Help, Even if You Don’t Want It
India’s and Mexico’s experiences offer some of the best evidence on what happens when we add a public option to a marketplace.
Why is Everyone Exercising on Instagram?
Today showing off a gym drill on Instagram is becoming as de-riguer as putting on your underwear before your clothes!
Migrants Workers in Qatar at Risk due to Intense Heat: Report
Qatar has around 630,000 expatriate Indians, many of whom are blue-collar workers in the construction sector.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s Axovant Fails Key Alzheimer’s Drug Trial
Axovant Sciences said it would stop testing the drug, intepirdine, after it failed to meet the main goals of the late-stage trial.
Breast Cancer Survivors Turn Showstoppers for Premal Badiani’s Show at NYFW
US-based Indian designer Premal Badiani encourages breast cancer fighters to boldly embrace their womanhood.