India is the first in South Asia to pass a bill banning discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS. The bill is now awaiting for Presidential approval to finally become a law.
Italy has just presented a bill to the legislation stating that women should have a 3-day leave when on menstrual period.
In the 2016 Capitol Hill, mental health is becoming one of the top most cross-party issues. The problem is that a bill that can be acceptable to both the parties is going to be difficult.
Doctors in Illinois might soon be able to prescribe epileptic children medicinal marijuana after the House voted in favor of the bill.
The HOPE Act, signed by President Barack Obama, opens up research into organ transportation between HIV-positive patients.
23andMe patented its DNA system that can genetically check eggs and sperms for personality traits and health risks before fertilization.
The House of Representative passed a bill that will encourage schools to carry anti-allergy drug, epinephrine.
The Kansas legislators passed a bill that defines life at fertilization, bans abortions based on sex, and will stop giving tax breaks to abortion providers.
The heartbeat bill, which would ban women from getting abortions once a heartbeat is detected, was passed by both the House and Senate in North Dakota,