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Stay fit and healthy with the tips and tricks by Dr. Kular, Bariatric Surgeon

Stay fit and healthy with the tips and tricks by Dr. Kular, Bariatric Surgeon

Eat and Sleep is the mantra that we all follow these days. Due to our super busy schedules, we don’t get time to hit the gym or even a morning walk. Obesity, Diabetes or many other diseases we get in result. Many people wish to get a sculpted body from …

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First-Ever Digi-Intellect Tool Will Control Health Epidemic of 21st Century- Stress

The World Health Organisation has classified stress as the “health epidemic of the 21st century.” Chronic stress is a national epidemic for all genders and ages, particularly those who are 25 to 35 years old. This kind of stress depresses the immune system, alters our moods, and damages our professional …

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Aromatherapy for stress relief at work By Dr. Blossom Kochhar

Aromatherapy for stress relief at work By Dr. Blossom Kochhar

Most people work a minimum 40 hour week, or 2,000 hours at work each year. Our jobs are often very stressful, and work stress can trigger many common ailments and diseases. It is a well known fact that stress and burnout in the workplace is a serious and continuing problem. …

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Government is providing Self-defence Training to Girls in schools and colleges through various initiatives

Government is providing Self-defence Training to Girls in schools and colleges through various initiatives

Self defence training is already being imparted to girls of class VI to XII belonging to Government Schools under Samagra Shiksha- a flagship scheme of the Government in the school education sector. Fund for this purpose is provided for three months @ Rs. 3000/- per school per month for inculcating …

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Your-Space and Plush Work towards Better Feminine Hygiene

Your-Space and Plush Work towards Better Feminine Hygiene

In a bid to burst myths related to menstruation and make Aunty Flo’s visit comfiest for the students living at Your-Space, the hostel brand has announced an association with Plush, an emerging sanitary napkin brand. India has a bustling population of 133 crores and women constitute 48% of this population. …

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Managing Food Wastage through Multidisciplinary Approach – Dr. Shivendra Bajaj, Executive Director, FSII

India ranks 103rd out of 119 countries on the Global Hunger Index, making it vulnerable to the threat of Food Insecurity. United Nations Development Program (UNDP) found that across the world, 50% of the food produced is wasted and never reaches the needy. India too is grappling with the challenges …

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Power Up Your Meals with California Walnuts

Power Up Your Meals with California Walnuts

With the pressures of work, after-school activities and homework, family meals at home may sound like the olden days. Also, making it nourishing and healthy for all may seem like a tedious task. But don’t despair, as here’s your favorite nut that not only makes every meal crunchy and flavorful …

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Delhi witnessed the Biggest kindness flashmob

Delhi witnessed the Biggest kindness flashmob

Delhi hosted the biggest kindness flashmob called Dance For Kindness, an initiative of Life Vest Inside organized by Those In Need and Kind Beings with World Animal Protection as the knowledge partner at Pacific Mall Tagore Garden. The event had the theme #Isthisalife? which showed concern towards animals. Keeping in …

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Reverse Factor Reverses Lifestyle Diseases with Plant Based Foods, no More Suffering as you Age

Completely reverse life threatening diseases such as Diabetes, blood pressure, cancer, Thyroid, etc. by just eating right Newly launched RF mobile application lets you select your ailment and get a treated with a personalized plan Reverse Factor, the only health-tech company that helps people reverse lifestyle diseases with the help …

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Inclusion of Occupational Therapy in Health Policies among Other Demands of AIOTA

Inclusion of Occupational Therapy in Health Policies among Other Demands of AIOTA

All India Occupational therapists’ association (AIOTA) President Dr. Anil Srivastava today urged Government to include Occupational Therapy (OT) in key policies such as the National Health Policy, Rural Health program, Clinical Establishment Act, National Education Policy in order to restrain the migration of qualified Occupational therapists to overseas. Addressing a …

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