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June 5, 2018

It has been around 16 months since Green the Red campaign was launched to spread awareness about sustainable alternatives to disposable sanitary pads and tampons. The campaign which originated in Bangalore, has caught on in many different cities across India and has received extensive coverage in ne...

April 30, 2018

Recently a research paper on Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) and menstrual cup usage rocked our little cup universe and questioned our assumptions about correlation of TSS with menstrual cup usage. Let us take a detailed look at the study and other associated material about TSS before hitting the panic b...

May 14, 2017

Much has been assumed regarding the sanitary pad usage in rural india. The general perception is that, sanitary napkins are not available or affordable by rural women and girls. It will therefore come as a surprise to many that, even in the rural areas, the prevalence of disposable products for mana...

May 14, 2017

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You are a runner. The customary weekend long run is underway, when suddenly it dawns upon you at the 20th kilometre that you were supposed to get your periods today. Hmmmmmm. May be you are getting it right now, but you are sweating, your nose is running and the body is complaining, so y...

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