Diet Plan and Health Tips for the New Year

2020 has been a testing time for all of us. It was a year where immunity and health shared the utmost priority to fight the deadly Coronavirus pandemic. Though, we are just a few days away from the new year 2021, thinking of the year ahead signifies a fresh start for many. For some, new year […]

International Tea Day: 15 Teas that Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Most of our mornings begin with a hot cup of Tea. Tea is considered to be one of the healthiest beverages and has attracted the attention of tea connoisseurs all over the world. A warm cup of tea refreshes us and provides the essential hydration that keeps us going throughout the day. For Indians, Tea […]

Equal Human Rights for All- Fighting Mental Health Issues on International Coming Out Day

The LGBTQ community brings together a cohort of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer’s whose identity and sexual preferences are different from the gender identities and conventional heterosexual relationships known to society.   LGBT’s fight a daily battle for acceptance, recognition, internal and external conflicts to live a happy life. Their mental conflicts and identity […]

Suicide Prevention: Caring for Mental Health and Depression to Fight Covid-19

Suicide affects millions and is the leading cause of deaths and medical emergencies globally. It is estimated that suicide or voluntarily taking away one’s life is the cause of about 1 million annual casualties. Whopping 20+ attempts are behind one successful suicide attempt, which makes it more worrisome. Suicide and its attempts have a cascading […]

World Alzheimer’s Day: Caring for Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s- A progressive brain disorder first diagnosed in 1906 currently affects millions of families worldwide. This slowly progressive disease affects someone in the world every three seconds who develops dementia/Alzheimer’s. A higher percentage of those affected with Alzheimer’s is common as the population ages. Alzheimer’s affects patients, their families, friends, and caregivers causing stress and emotional […]

Coronavirus Lockdown 2.0-How to Stay Fit and Handle Pandemic Stress

The rise in Coronavirus numbers has raised fears of a second lockdown possibility. We cannot forget lockdown one imposed after the rapidly evolving pandemic raised concerns of community transmission. With the rapid increase in the number of cases, it is important to understand how important is our immunity and fitness to fight stress if there is […]

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