Abortion in India: Experts call for changes
Even as the government puts finishing touches to changes in India’s old abortion law, experts say change is the need of the hour
Will Astana Declaration succeed where Alma-Ata failed?
The new declaration, that renews the global pledge to achieve universal health coverage by 2030, is a step forward but still lacks on several fronts
Designer babies can lead to growth of homogenous individuals
A Chinese researcher has claimed that he helped make world’s first genetically edited babies but the development may come at a heavy cost
Legal framework can strengthen HIV response: UNDP administrator
Discriminatory policies hamper access to HIV services