A staggering 99.7 percent of those who seek treatment for drug addiction in Pakistan simply cannot afford it, says a survey.
The most common reason for not seeking treatment for addiction in Pakistan is unaffordable costs. But coupled with that...
The indigenously designed diagnostic kit would cost a fraction of internationally purchased kits...
The cost of road accidents in Pakistan, both in terms of human lives and medical care as well as in terms of...
Is water scarcity in Islamabad a myth created by a corrupt management?
Why is there so much apathy about clearly pressing issues of life and death?
Media personnel on the frontlines of conflict, including reporters, cameramen and photojournalists provide the images
Three young men turned to ice as a coping mechanism. This is their tale of finding life only for life to be squeezed out
Meth or ice ─ imported from Iran, sold in KSA, and mixed and sold in local markets ─ is becoming a growing problem.