Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Dr. Sandeep s/o Sadashivrao Kansurkar & Others Versus Union of India and Others dated 27/10/2015.

In a bid to provide regulation and maintenance of standards of education and practice of allied and healthcare professionals, a new bill that seeks to maintain standards in the training and educati

NAINITAL: In an illustration of how fast HIV is spreading in Uttarakhand despite the government spending crores in AIDS-control measures, a query by a Haldwani-based RTI activist has revealed that

Investigation into Madhya Pradesh's Vyapam scam must be completed quickly. (Editorial)

Modern medicine has created a dichotomy: modern medicine on the one hand, and alternative systems on the other. This paper views this dichotomy and liminality in the context of Gandhi's vision of health. It delineates the elements and structural coordinates of this alternative healthcare system, and tries to understand how, over time, a synthesis has occurred between the epistemologies of Nature Cure and Modern Medicine. It also looks at how Gandhi's vision of health has undergone a change at two levels, that of "space" and structural relations.

India today joined Thailand to become the world leader on the size and impact of health warnings on tobacco packages.

Kathleen Holloway and David Henry evaluate whether countries that report having implemented WHO essential medicines policies have higher quality use of medicines.

The Union Cabinet, at its meeting on Monday, gave its nod for launching the National AYUSH Mission (NAM) with “core and flexible components.”

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that there was no lack of resources for making State completely healthy. For this public awareness should be created.

The Punjab government has banned ‘junk food’ in and around schools.