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Fair chance
By Swagata Yadavar
When Anandibai Joshi returned to India from the United States in 1886, she became the first Indian woman to earn a degree in western medicine. Undeterred by the vociferous opposition from the orthodox Hindu society she belonged to, Joshi went all alone to study in Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. Her husband stood by her. On her return, she was given a hero’s welcome and...
ON YOUR MARKS!   16 August, 2014
The marathon craze has caught on but running is no cakewalk. Inadequate training can lead to injuries. But let the risks not stop you in your tracks. Get set with the right technique, gear and diet, for fun and fitness on the go
Clear the junk   04 August, 2014
With a proposal to ban junk food in school premises in the pipeline, the onus will now be on the parents to ensure that their children eat healthy
DOES ANYONE CARE?   21 July, 2014
Everyone in the female ward on the second floor of the Sewri TB Hospital, Mumbai, knows Sidhu, who occupies bed no. 394. After all, she has been the longest occupant of this ward. Her bed lies in a small room, an extension of the dormitory. Lying amid her own vomit, she tries to sit up as this reporter enters the ward, but fails. Her shockingly thin figure hardly has any strength, but she is...
Me,mind-bender   07 July, 2014
From rape to vampires in the mind, Reshma Valliappan has endured it all. Her life is a tale of how a woman fought her mind, won, and lived to tell the story
The disorder that made us humans   07 July, 2014
DOWN AND OUT... STANDING!   16 June, 2014
DOUBLE DILEMMA   20 May, 2014
Against the grain   20 May, 2014
50 yoga life-changers   06 May, 2014
Corporate yoga   06 May, 2014
Kundalini Yoga   06 May, 2014
Pregnancy yoga   06 May, 2014
Yoga for mind   06 May, 2014
Ashtanga Yoga   06 May, 2014
Choke-a-block   14 April, 2014
Red alert   14 April, 2014
Wired to good health   05 April, 2014
4,000 @ risk today   03 March, 2014
Hope, in doses   03 March, 2014
THE CHOICE IS YOURS, REALLY?   01 February, 2014
DELIVERANCE!   04 January, 2014
Decoding happiness   16 December, 2013
Room with a brilliant view   04 November, 2013
Its a blessing as well as a curse   05 November, 2013
Kilo by kilo, the healthy way   23 October, 2013
Vision on Board   07 October, 2013
High on life   23 September, 2013
Helper cells   23 September, 2013
As befits you   10 September, 2013
Gym of an idea   10 September, 2013
Mind your Language   26 August, 2013
Speech babble   26 August, 2013
HEART OF THE MATTER   05 August, 2013
Kindest cuts   05 August, 2013
Beating the viral load   23 July, 2013
Asimov effect   10 July, 2013
The Ten Commandments   11 June, 2013
Ready, steady, ACCELERATE   28 May, 2013
My Best Friend   07 May, 2013
The unbearable thinness of being   23 April, 2013
How good is your heart, doc?   12 March, 2013
In the OPD, in the ICU...   12 March, 2013
Stress and motivation   12 March, 2013
Touch me not   12 February, 2013
Be aware, be equipped   12 February, 2013
Accurate diagnosis is crucial   12 February, 2013
My little pumpkin secret   12 February, 2013
PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD   23 January, 2013
On the road to re-discovery   24 January, 2013
Sleep, stress, sex   24 January, 2013
Be thankful   24 January, 2013
Nurture your body and soul   24 January, 2013
Get fit, go!   09 January, 2013
A hearty change   09 January, 2013
HIITing the zone   09 January, 2013
Superfood scoop   09 January, 2013
Short, sharp shock   09 January, 2013
Boiling down to chemistry   12 December, 2012
Hormones make the world go round   12 December, 2012
I vs I   12 December, 2012
Born this way   12 December, 2012
Come, indulge   30 October, 2012
Ailing Superwoman   08 October, 2012
When the heart breaks...   19 September, 2012
Pressure point   19 September, 2012
Not a lady's friend   19 September, 2012
Watch and ward off   19 September, 2012
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