In India, more than 4,000 people develop stroke every day, with a case fatality rate of up to 42%. A new artificial intelligence (AI) technique adopted by a hospital in Tezpur is helping doctors provide timely medical attention to patients in rural Assam.
Before the Central government looks at implementing the three farm laws passed last year, it should study the lessons learnt by Bihar — both its first mover advantage and the disadvantages it faced.
Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disorder that cannot be cured but only be treated. Proper interventions, modern treatments and therapy of tribal communities in the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, have been found to lessen the disease burden over a period of time.
Despite the significance of blood, access to adequate, timely, and safe blood equitably across the country remains a health challenge in India. A hub-and-spoke model will enable smaller blood banks in rural areas to connect to a regional hub with advanced technologies.
Kesar, alphonso, langda, dussehri, desi, rajapuri, totapuri… how does an urban family get used to living a charmed life in a village besides a mango orchard in Gujarat?
Braving all odds, Kalap Trust worked with the district administration to set up a five-bed oxygen-support COVID-care facility in Mori in the upper Tons Valley and organised langars in the villages, in all of 96 hours.
Childhood wasting is a silent nutritional emergency in India as it led to an average loss of Rs 60 million every day from the years 2006 to 2018. Community-based care for management of wasting is highly recommended.
The female foot soldiers of a nutrition project in Dungarpur, Rajasthan, are finding autonomy, mobility and financial security while helping mothers raise healthy children
Misinformation, disinformation and taboos surrounding menstruation, especially in rural India became more of a challenge in the times of the COVID19 pandemic. But, a menstrual and reproductive health platform is supporting women cope with menstrual issues, one phone call at a time.
A study across 100 village panchayats in Tamil Nadu shows that districts with elected village representatives performed reasonably better in tackling COVID-19 pandemic than village panchayats without their elected representatives.