The national drug pricing body recently announced an annual change of 10.76 per cent in the Wholesale Price Index (WPI) for over 800 scheduled drugs and medical devices. These include some of the most common drugs such as paracetamol, azithromycin and contraceptives
In the United States, the fight against this long-taboo practice is gaining momentum, marked by a major victory in early October when California became the first US state to pass a law banning the act
Helmet takes on a brave theme. But the subsequent holding back robs it of much potential depth, and limits the discussion on condoms in the film mostly to one dimension.
Since the 1988 Seoul Games, hundreds of thousands of free condoms have been distributed at the Olympics, to encourage safe sex as the world's elite athletes mingle at close quarters.
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Sexual health education aimed at young men must go beyond simply telling them to use condoms.
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With athletes in the peak of their physical prowess living in close proximity, it comes across as no surprise that the Olympics Village at Pyeongchang has become a hotbed for sexual activity.
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While 54 percent of rural and urban women are allowed to go to the market, 50 percent go to the health facility, and 48 percent to places outside the village or community.
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Officials will be distributing 450,000 condoms to the 10,500 athletes expected in Brazil starting on July 24, the day the Olympic Village opens, said Lucas Dantas, a spokesman for the Rio 2016 Committee who spoke with AFP on Thursday.