Naked Yoga Anyone
Naked Yoga, presumably derived from the ancient Indian principles of Nagna Yoga, performed by Hindu yogis, is a branch of yoga practiced by ascetics.
UK Looks Abroad As it Faces Shortage of Doctors, Nurses
Indian medical practitioners make up 9 per cent of National health Service, the publicly-funded healthcare system in Britain.
Scottish Man on Trial for Refusing Treatment from Indian-origin Optician
Eric Greene told British-Indian optician Sarah Kerr that Manchester attack was the last straw for him.
Poverty Level of South African Indians Decreases
Current statistics put people of Indian origin at par with the white community in South Africa.
Will Action Against Philip Morris Impact Foreign Tobacco Players in India
Philip Morris is not the only tobacco company that is said to be indulging in marketing methods that Indian officials say are illegal.
India Bears Huge Burden of Respiratory Diseases
Asthma and COPD can be treated or prevented, but lead to death if patients are not diagnosed, misdiagnosed or under-treated.
The Night the Oxygen Ran Out in an Indian Hospital
The death of 60 children in a Gorakhpur sparks outrage.
Cultural, Religious Issues Hamper Breast Cancer Diagnosis Among Indians
Cultural issues such as patriarchy and stigma associated with cancer stop women from seeking medical help early enough.
UK Blood Transfusion Service Apologizes to Indian Donors
The Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service didn’t check passports to verify if the potential donors had been to India, considered a high-risk country for malaria.
Genital Mutilation Cases in US Make the Debate More Complex
In the first ever federal case of Female Genital Mutilation in the US, the defence lawyers argued that FGM is a religious right.