The Covid-19 pandemic has tested the resilience of our healthcare system. Although budgetary allocations for healthcare have been increasing, a huge gap remains between demand and supply. Healthcare in India is a story of contrasts: conditions in remote areas leave much to be desired while swank hos

The recent suicide by acclaimed Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has brought up the issue of mental health onto national spotlight. Despite living a highly gifted life marked by stupendous success, it has been reported that he was battling serious mental health issues (https://www.hindustantimes

Coronavirus and its impact are here to stay for long. Many nations are also fearing a second wave of the spread of the virus. In India, the number of Covid-19 cases has crossed 24,000, with 775-plus deaths so far. In a detailed feature, Mint Lounge examines the challenge from zoonotics with eye-open

Putting the word together again after Coronavirus is going to be a mammoth task, given that the crisis has challenged us over various levels—medical, economic, social and psychological, to list a few broad parameters. Hopefully, the learning lessons will help us move to a better world. Examining a

Dealing with the neocoronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is likely to become stressful for most people. Fear and anxiety about the invisible predator, and the inability to predict how long it will last, can be overwhelming, and trigger strong emotions in adults and children. The US-based Centers for Dise

In a video outreach effort, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, shared expert advice on how to avoid contracting COVID-19. Life is changing dramatically, he said. “Most severe situations can be turned around. Taking care of your physical and mental hea