Articles by Radhika Arora

Radhika Arora is an EV 2012 & ITM MPH alumnus.  

You say blue, I say brie

Posted in articles by on February 23, 2015

It’s an odd thing to crave cafeteria food. Yet, here it is. An unexpected craving for an interesting salmon ‘burger’ with, you guessed it, fries. A new study in The Lancet on ‘Dietary quality among men and women in 187 countries in 1990 and 2010: a systematic assessment’ doesn’t rank … Read more »

The semantics of commitment

Posted in articles by and on January 16, 2015

India has undertaken several significant health reforms in the last decade, many under the National Rural Health Mission. Many of these recent reforms were driven by the Millennium Development Goals, going beyond the targets outlined by the MDGs to address other aspects of the health system. Thirteen years after India’s … Read more »

Elderly in India

Posted in articles by on August 8, 2014

Deep creases mark the face of the frail, old man who carries a 25 kilogram suitcase on his head. With two overfilled shopping bags balancing on either arm he walks fast; in a hurry to unload his burden onto the car of the passengers who have alighted from the train … Read more »