Feb 21 2017
VACCINATION DRIVE IN BANGALORE
Measles and rubella vaccination campaign is on. This is a primer for the parents wondering about the pros and cons of participating in it.
Jan 24 2017
Column: Radio Active Bangalore
Lawyer Laila Ollapally talks about the PIL that helped change Mental Health Care in India.
Jan 05 2017
Column: Radio Active Bangalore
How manual scavenging evolved to become one of the worst forms of exploitation of marginalised communities.
Oct 06 2016
Sep 21 2016
EMERGENCY ON TRAINS
An eventful night journey by train leaves the author wondering about all that Indian Railways needs to do to make travel safe and comfortable for all.
Sep 08 2016
CLEANING UP INDIA
May 06 2016
HEALTH OF SLUM DWELLERS IN BANGALORE
From disruption of lake settlements which slumdwellers depend for livelihood to pollution and lack of sanitation, everything takes a toll on their health. Read more.
Apr 25 2016
DATA ON HEALTH NONEXISTANT IN BENGALURU
Little data is available on what ails Bengalureans. But the available data on cancer, shows increased lung cancer due to air pollution. Nobody knows what other factors are affecting the health of Bengalureans.
Jan 06 2016
SWACHH BHARAT SURVEY
Swachh Bharat survey is on in Bengaluru. You can participate by calling the toll-free number 1800 267 2777. Read more to know why this survey is being conducted.
Dec 08 2015
WALK TO SCHOOL PROGRAM
Dec 07 2015
RECOMMENDED ACTION IN CASE OF CSA REPORTED OR DETECTED IN SCHOOLS
Nov 11 2015
SUSTAINABLE MENSTRUATION WITH MENSTRUAL CUPS
Ever thought about all the sanitary pads that end up in landfills? Is there an alternative? Here's a user's perspective on making the shift to menstrual cups.
Oct 16 2015
PROTEST FOR RIGHT TO BREATHE
Oct 14 2015
CUSTOMER PROTECTION IN PURCHASING MEDICINES
Oct 01 2015
REALITY BEHIND DENGUE NUMBERS IN BENGALURU
Sep 25 2015
Blog: Connected Lives
The year 2015 will end on a momentous note for my family--my parents' 50th wedding anniversary. Not that the occasion matters to my father. Places, events, dates, anniversaries, birthdays, festivals, names, and sometimes, people too, have become...
Sep 22 2015
TRACKING DENGUE IN BENGALURU
Sep 02 2015
AA AND AL-ANON SUPPORT GROUPS
Members of Alcoholics Anonymous and the family-focused Al-Anon discuss living with alcoholism. While they call it an ‘incurable disease’, there certainly is light at the end of the tunnel.
Sep 01 2015
FIRST RESPONDERS IN BENGALURU
Bike ambulances were introduced in Bengaluru to ensure that victims of accidents or other emergencies got timely medical help. Since April, these ambulances have responded to over 700 calls in the city.
Aug 17 2015
BENGALURU PROFESSOR ON WHO HEALTH PANEL
Aug 14 2015
THIRD TRANSGENDER HABBA
Aug 03 2015
MAP THE DISTRIBUTION OF INVASIVE SPECIES
Jul 21 2015
BLOOD DONATION CAMP AT SJR PARK VISTA
Jul 15 2015
Column: A Matter of Health
While asking for cuts on each referral is ethically wrong, the reason behind this behaviour is equally disturbing. General doctors need to be well-paid, so that cuts don’t matter to them.
Jun 23 2015
Blog: Whitefield Rising
Jun 15 2015
WORLD ELDER ABUSE AWARENESS DAY 2015
This June 15th, unite to stop the abuse of senior citizens. Here's a guide on how you can recognise elder abuse, and extend help.