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Key questions about seeking help answered by leading mental health experts of the country. It is important to dispel myths and misconceptions and encourage others to seek help.
The last few decades have seen a significant shift in our lifestyle. The way we live has become more sedentary, and with easy access to junk food in a fast-paced lifestyle – digestive problems in India are on the rise. Anything that changes or affects the natural food...
A head full of thick, healthy, black lustrous hair has always been a dream for every man. It is a symbol of pride, sound health, and youth. But sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy diet, pollution levels, medications, and most importantly, genetics is causing hair loss in...
The relationships we have with others shape us as an individual. Every relationship needs some work. Be it your parents, siblings, friends or romantic partners. A fulfilling relationship is the one where two people contribute to each other’s personal growth and happiness. Building healthy relationships involve a gradual process, and it is an investment that you should choose to make.
Since the onset of the pandemic, health and wellness has taken centre stage. Having a partner to embark on our wellness journey can affirm it and help us keep ourselves on track. So this new year, let’s get our partners onboard, set some health goals and imbibe the culture of leading a healthy lifestyle.
To care for those who once cared for you is the highest honour A caregiver is an individual, usually a family member or loved one, who helps with physical and psychological care for someone in need. In managing chronic illnesses, mental illnesses, and conditions...
Puberty can be confusing and daunting. Sudden physical changes, accompanied by changing behaviour, can leave both children and parents perplexed. While preparing your daughter for her first period can seem like a difficult task
Every year, India celebrates her Republic Day on the 26th of January. The day is celebrated to mark the date India’s Constitution came into effect in 1950. A ritual that every citizen looks forward to annually is the Republic Day Parade – where India’s diversity is showcased through different tableaus, and our military forces participate in the famous event.
Menstrual cramps medically termed as Dysmenorrhea, is as painful as having a heart attack. Professor of reproductive health at University College London, John Guillebaud, said that patients had described the cramping pain as ‘almost as bad as having a heart attack.’
Ideally, taking care of our bodies should be a task we perform regularly, and not just when there is a health emergency. This regular upkeep of our health is called preventive care.