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POSHAN Tracker:  A Game Changer in Combating Malnutrition

POSHAN Tracker:  A Game Changer in Combating Malnutrition

By: Shri Indevar  Pandey Malnutrition has been a persistent challenge, particularly among the vulnerable sections of children and women in the country. India had, relatively, some of the worst numbers for malnutrition in the world.The first National Family Health Survey (NFHS) in 1992-1993 found that India was one of the worst performing countries on child […]

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The burden on India’s heart!

The burden on India’s heart!

World Heart Day

By: Dr. Satyavan Saurabh There is an increasing trend of cardiovascular problems among the young population today. Heart attacks and other heart diseases have always been major health issues around the world. According to experts, many factors are responsible for heart attacks, including diabetes, and blood pressure, lifestyle factors such as smoking, drinking alcohol, and […]

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Forgetfulness: Common, but may be a door-way to Alzheimer’s

Forgetfulness: Common, but may be a door-way to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia

World Alzheimer’s Month – September 2022 By: Dr Sachin Kandhari Everyone becomes forgetful from time to time: forgetting where you placed the car keys, not remembering to pick up an item at the grocery store, forgetting to return a friend’s phone call. Have you ever gone into a room and forgotten why you went in […]

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Go and Talk

Go and Talk

By: Sufi Mohammed Hussain Anytime when we are traveling or sitting idle in a public space and surrounded by people, we want to go ahead and talk to the person next to us out of human curiosity and the basic instinct of communicating. But before we could engage, we are consumed with an idea of […]

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NAME

NAME

(Written by Sir Syed “Hamaray Baad Hamara Naam Rahay Ga”)

By: Abbas Ali It is an absurd and vulgar idea, of which no result is understood. There is no doubt that many people are suffering from this vulgar idea. Some want a child so that his name shall be carried on through the child. Some constructed palaces so that people shall remember their names after […]

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Bangladesh, Myanmar military must stop border shelling

Bangladesh, Myanmar military must stop border shelling

By: Kamal Uddin Mazumder Myanmar’s Rakhine state, bordering Bangladesh and India, has been in conflict for two months, affecting neighboring countries as well. Especially the residents of Ghumdhum and Tambru border areas of Bandarban are in panic. On the other hand, many people of these states fled and took refuge in India. Ammunition of the […]

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Rethinking Tourism Activities in J&K

Rethinking Tourism Activities in J&K

By: M Ahmad Tourism is a growing industry globally and countries are investing a lot of money in building great infrastructure so as to cater to quality as well as quantity tourism inflow. It is confirmed that tourism has become a widespread leisure activity among individuals and it is considered as one of the leading […]

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life scrolling on social media

life scrolling on social media

Dr. Satyavan Saurabh According to new research, if you feel isolated from society, and spend more time on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others, then such a habit can make the situation worse for you. Social media is increasing depression among youth. Facebook increased the risk of depression by 7% and the […]

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Spinal Deformity is easily treatable- A myth or the truth?

Spinal Deformity is easily treatable- A myth or the truth?

Awareness is the key to prevent Spinal Deformity

By: Dr. Arvind Kulkarni With the rapid increase in the number of cases reported of Scoliosis, Kyphosis and Lordosis, commonly known as Spinal Deformities, the need of awareness for the spine related ailment has grown substantially. Spinal Deformity refers to the unusual curve or rotation of the spine causing problems for the patient to perform […]

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It is a mistake of society to underestimate girls more than boys.

It is a mistake of society to underestimate girls more than boys.

(National Girl Child Day - 25 September)

Girls always remain in first place in the results of class 10th and 12th in the country. Be it the competition to become an IAS, to fly an aircraft or fighter ship, or to run the metro, girls are raising their flags of success in every field. By: Priyanka Saurabh Today’s girls are breaking all […]

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