An Era of Extremes in South Asia: A Crisis of Health, Development, and Policy Planning
By Ishani Palandurkar
The Trouble With Cambodia’s Health System
By David Hutt
Sugary Soda Tax Not Enough to Halt the March of Obesity in Asia
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
Want to Get Married in Turkmenistan? Don’t Forget Your HIV Test
By Catherine Putz
Chelsea Clinton Joins P&G to Bring Burma 6-Billionth Liter of Clean Water
Chelsea Clinton visited Burma for a landmark clean water donation.
Bangladesh's Ascent Not Without Sacrifices
Workers in the garment industry demonstrate that, like other countries, Bangladesh’s growing economy comes with its own hardships.
Traffic: Vietnam's Silent Killer
From lax safety standards, ineffective police, and drunk driving, operating a vehicle on the streets of Vietnam is a hazardous enterprise. People are now taking matters into their own hands.
Thailand's Abortion Debate
How have Thailand’s authorities responded to the discovery of thousands of fetuses at a Bangkok temple?
Menu items get Weight Watchers’ ok at 150 New Zealand shops. Cause for alarm?
Wine for Tolerance and Grape Coffee for Health?
Muslim fundamentalists should drink wine to become more tolerant, says Roger Vernon Scruton-philosopher and current scholar at the American Enterprise Institute-in Decanter magazine this month. In the piece, Scruton reminds us of, in his opinio
A Weight Watchers' Toast
Lower your alcohol content and lower your BMI? According to an article in the Sydney Morning Herald, ‘A case of light and easy,’ this notion is the driving force behind a new wine trend amongst the weight-conscious in Australia. According to it, low-
Pomegranate Controversy, Or Lack Thereof
Earlier this year, the pomegranate became the unlikely focus of a controversy surrounding accusations of false advertising in the UK, when a juice company’s advert suggested that the fruit could help consumers ‘cheat death