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December is HIV/AIDS awareness month, dedicated to spreading awareness about the virus and reducing the stigma attached to it. The campaign is to help those living with it and advocate for an urgent response to reduce its global impact. The symbol associated with...
We are afraid of talking about our vulnerabilities – for fear of being shamed or being called ‘crazy’. But sometimes, it is time to take things in your own hands and the first step to seeking help is to educate yourself with the right information. Here are some common misconceptions and myths regarding mental health.
This winter is a winter we should be particularly careful – because of the COVID-19 pandemic. From stocking up on green tea and dark chocolate for a regular dose of antioxidants, eating nuts, using steam therapy to all-round fitness, there are many ways to boost your immunity.
Social media is now an integral part of our lives. Find out how being online, and the pressure to seem perfect is affecting your relationship with your loved one. Read on to understand how social media works, and how we can find moments of joy in our bond – device free!
World Salesperson Day just went by, and here’s a read on the trials and tribulations of a life in sales. The profession of a salesperson is exciting and sometimes deeply rewarding, but it can come with its own set of challenges. For one, every salesperson deals with their fair share of rejection, and selling things can often entail an emotional rollercoaster.
Catastrophising is the tendency to jump to the worst possible conclusion, usually with limited information to spare. In psychology, it is recognised as a cognitive distortion.
Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is much higher than normal levels. Blood glucose is our primary source of energy and comes from the food we eat.
As human beings, our basic requirements for survival differ from person to person. However, in the hierarchy of needs, food, water, shelter, and sex are the most fundamental of all. While an individual can manage food, water, and shelter on their own, emotional...
Women and Mental Health: 6 tips to be a Happier You, women are more emotionally expressive than men, women are universally perceived by society as emotional beings.
Their erratic mood swings and temperamental behaviour has you at your wit’s end about how to talk to them. You can feel the strain in your relationship whenever you talk, and despite being in the same house,