The writer is president, Public Health Foundation of India.
Gorakhpur was only the acute manifestation of the chronic malady that ails our health system
Arun Gadre and Abhay Shukla present a searing critique of various distortions that have converted medicine in to a cynically commercial activity.
Research on benign effects of bacteria on nutrition has policy implications.
The steady state efficiency of healthcare needs to be raised so that crises like this one can be avoided.
It is the pathetic state of the public health system that hits you in the gut, as you read this book.
A national health assurance scheme could start with basic services.
The discovery of trillions of bacteria in our bodies changes our sense of self
The expectation that they should return is legitimate but it cannot be enforced
His Excoriating Highness Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus,of flesh-eating fame,glowered at the motley crowd of now muted microbes
Picking on the superbugs origins is futile. India should be concerned about antibiotic resistance....
India lost 9.2 mn potentially productive years of life due to cardiovascular deaths in a year....