How to Talk to someone with Depression – Beyond R U OK

  Do you have a gnawing suspicion that someone you know or care about is not feeling their usual self? It could be a friend, a neighbor, a colleague, or a family member. Maybe they come off as acting odd or sounding irritated or getting reclusive? Or they may simply not be their regular selves.…… Continue reading How to Talk to someone with Depression – Beyond R U OK

Tomato Flu – Facts and Prevention

In this post we will throw some light on the currently prevailing disease called “Tomato Flu ” and if is it something to be scared of? A little background first. India has reported 82 cases of Tomato Flu Fever up till July 2022 in children under the age of five according to the medical journal The Lancet Respiratory Medicine .This is…… Continue reading Tomato Flu – Facts and Prevention

7 important facts about the Monkeypox Virus that can protect you

MonkeyPox is spreading worldwide

So far the Monkeypox Virus had been endemic to Africa, recently there has been a surge in human Monkeypox cases in many more countries (including Europe and USA ) and this is causing concern. The world is still reeling from the SARS-Covid-2 pandemic and so there is some speculation about whether another pandemic is brewing.…… Continue reading 7 important facts about the Monkeypox Virus that can protect you

What is Tourette Syndrome?

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Tourette Syndrome started trending on searches when popular American Singer Billie Eilish revealed that she was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome at the age of 11 years. She confessed how exhausting it was to cope with TS. Suddenly everyone wanted to know -What is Tourette Syndrome?   Today in this post I shall share with you…… Continue reading What is Tourette Syndrome?

World Health Day – Checking Climate Change for a #HappierTomorrow

Eat seasonal, go local to save the planet

   #WorldHealthDay- Raising awareness for a #HealthierTomorrow  The 7th of April is celebrated every year as World Health Day. Every year the WHO sets a theme for the year to focus attention on a certain issue. The theme of this year’s World Health day is – Our Planet, Our Health. This theme highlights the issue…… Continue reading World Health Day – Checking Climate Change for a #HappierTomorrow

How to Win in the Pursuit of Happiness

You can decide to be happy

In 2015, members of the United Nations declared 17 goals of sustainable development  to be achieved by all the members by the year 2030. The  right to Happiness and Mental well -being is one of the 17 goals of Sustainable development goals. Today, the 20th March being the International Day of Happiness, let us just…… Continue reading How to Win in the Pursuit of Happiness

Can Constipation affect your Mental Health?

Constipation and Mental Disease co-exist in a significant number of people

Though constipation is a very common problem yet many of us feel uncomfortable talking about it. In today’s post, we shall find out how chronic Constipation can affect your Mental Health.     Some interesting facts about Constipation and Mental Health   1 . The Ayurvedic Concept   Ayurvedic Medicine is based on Doshas, it…… Continue reading Can Constipation affect your Mental Health?

Cancer prevention – 7 steps to slash your cancer risk #WorldCancerDay

4th Feb is observed as World Cancer Day

More than 13 million people died due to cancer worldwide in 2020, in fact every sixth death in the world is a cancer death (WHO ).While the C-word is still a dreaded one , the good news is that Cancer prevention is possible and timely diagnosis can save lives. Today we shall discuss some very…… Continue reading Cancer prevention – 7 steps to slash your cancer risk #WorldCancerDay

10 Mental Health Tips for Teachers during COVID 19

10 Mental Health tips to improve the work-life balance of Educators during Covid 19

  We have been acknowledging and applauding the efforts of frontline workers like doctors, nurses, and delivery boys during the ongoing pandemic. But a very crucial section of our population has not been given its due credit and attention. By now, you may have guessed that I am referring to our teachers whose mental health…… Continue reading 10 Mental Health Tips for Teachers during COVID 19

Difficulty Swallowing, Stumbling , Fumbling , Ranting – These could be signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Underlining an alarming trend , the World Health organization has recently listed Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia among the top 10 causes of death worldwide. Unfortunately women are being affected far more with Alzheimer’s than men claiming 65% of deaths among women. The Incidence of Alzheimer’s  disease has grown by almost 125% from…… Continue reading Difficulty Swallowing, Stumbling , Fumbling , Ranting – These could be signs of Alzheimer’s Disease