An Asian measure of obesity

Europe sidelines children s well being at a mega health meet

MCD adapts new measure to combat dengue and malaria

An easy and public way to monitor air pollution that s also cheap in India

Cell phone networking antennae can be injurious to health

People in the Philippines rouse themselves to save the valley of their ancestors

A banned female sterilisation method is in use in the rural areas of West Bengal, Karnataka, Punjab and Gujarat. So concludes a study conducted by researchers from Canada based McGill University. Its results, made public during a meet organised in New Del

The origin of human immunodeficiency virus HIV has generated considerable interest and controversy amongst scientists the world over. Flaming this interest is the theory put forth by Edward Hooper, a British journalist based in Africa, who in his book,

A recent review of editorial boards of ten leading international psychiatry journals has revealed almost nil representation from developing countries

Children are bearing the brunt of environmental degradation. Across the class divide, they are eating, drinking and breathing poison. And their special bodies make them most vulnerable to a host of diseases