Experts oppose repeal of law promoting breast feeding

manufacturers of breast milk substitutes are grossly violating an international code while selling their products in West Africa. So says a study published in the British Medical Journal. The study

Waterborne diseases are the biggest threat to children

Childhood cancer rates in India are increasing by six per cent every year

Fast food and slow death

When pencils and paints lead to lower IQ

Children don t have a voice. They can t lobby or fight governments. The initiative lies with India s medical establishment and the civil society

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

Children in developing countries continue to suffer, claims UNICEF

bhopal gas victims are still facing the backlash of a tragedy that happened 17 years ago. Toxic chemicals released from the Union Carbide factory have not just seeped into the soil and

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