Break the Taboo, Ask What Can We Do: HIV Awareness in India

2.1 million people in India are living with HIV, making up 0.22% of our population and the third largest HIV epidemic globally. In 1986 when AIDS was first detected in India, Tamil Nadu, measures were taken to ensure detection, prevention and awareness regarding HIV and AIDS in India. From 2001 to 2017, India has managed… Read More

7 Myths v/s Facts about Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a difficult time in a woman’s life; your body changes drastically, and starts to function completely differently. With so much going on, everyone’s going to claim to be an expert on the pregnant life but it is good to be a little wary. You may be experiencing the miracle of life, but… Read More

Contraception – Whose Responsibility Is It?

In an ideal world, both partners would be responsible for contraception, but this world is far from ideal. In heterosexual relationships, women often assume the responsibility for contraception because frankly, they have more at stake. According to the National Health Family Survey, only 53.5% of married couples use any type of contraception at all! It’s… Read More