Indranill Basu Ray
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Paradigm shift

The author is an interventional cardiac electrophysiologist based in the US and a Vedanta scholar with research in mind-body medicine. He can be contacted at www.ibasuray.com

MONEY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   7-minute read

Bengal and Bangladesh face similar challenges

To sustain the growth, it is crucial to address issues like corruption and inequality.

VARIETY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   4-minute read

Why discovery of artificial womb will be monumental

India is believed to have over one million premature deliveries every year.

VARIETY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   5-minute read

Why 'Modicare' is not enough to provide quality healthcare to poor Indians

The poor state of government hospitals drives patients towards private players and the high cost incurred there more often than not leads to abject poverty.

LIFE

 |  Paradigm shift  |   7-minute read

LIFE

 |  Paradigm shift  |   6-minute read

How to talk about depression in India

It is challenging to convince the society or even the patient and his family sometimes, that this is an illness that needs to be recognised.

VARIETY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   6-minute read

Gorakhpur tragedy exposes the rot in India's healthcare system

A look at the health scenario across the country paints a sorry picture.

VARIETY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   7-minute read

Yoga is more than just hitting the mat

Its essence really needs to be understood to avail of its real benefits.

VARIETY

 |  Paradigm shift  |   12-minute read

India needs a stronger campaign against smoking

Globally, number of smokers has climbed from 721 million in 1980 to 967 million in 2012, thanks to countries like India, China and Russia.

LIFE

 |  Paradigm shift  |   7-minute read

What you don't know about health and well-being

Yoga reminds people that regardless of whatever's been cut out or scarred, on a subtle level they are still whole.

LIFE

 |  Paradigm shift  |   7-minute read

How meditation can help you develop 'Buddha's brain'

Eastern philosophies have always considered mind an immensely powerful force to keep the body healthy.