Aman Rawat

Aman is a Graduate in Bio-Chemistry and a Post Graduate in Journalism from IIMC. Presently he is sharpening his knowledge in the domain of Mind Body and the Soul.

Latest Articles By Aman Rawat


World Suicide Prevention Day: #LETsTALK

Mental health professionals suggest being open to talking about problems and a solid support system can prevent feelings of despair.

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Smartphone Usage Might Not Be An Adversary of Teenagers

Although there’s a common stigma attached in the minds of parents that using smartphones is lowering IQ and mental health of the teenagers, but a new study has proved that it might be not entirely true.

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Art Shows People Another Way of Living: Nandita Das

The UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) concluded the first-ever World Youth Conference on Kindness at the Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, on the theme 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam: Gandhi for the Contemporary World: Celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’ on Friday.

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Air Pollution A Factor behind Depression: Study

A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago, US highlighted that air pollution might lead to an increased risk of bipolar disorder which eventually can become a root cause for depression.

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Sr Citizens Living Second-Innings To The Fullest

From being left alone at old age to living a lonely life trapped inside the walls of their homes, senior citizens indeed face a lot and to increase the awareness about the problems that they face during the last stage of life, August 21 is celebrated as the World Senior Citizen’s Day.

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Fluoride Water Intake During Pregnancy Linked to Infant’s Lower IQ

Recent research highlighted that usage of fluoridated tap water during the gestation period links to lower IQ of the newly born child. The study suggests an adversary to the viewpoint linked to using the mineral in preventing tooth decays.

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AYUSH Aims To Triple SIze Of Sector In 5 Years - Secretary Kotecha

Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary AYUSH Ministry has one of the most open-door policies. Accessible, real and energetic, he is always eager to share the leaps and bounds that the AYUSH Ministry has made since its inception five years ago. In a conversation with BW Wellbeingworld he spoke about all the latest developments in the AYUSH domain.

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Fankind Brings Together Celebrities, Fans & Charities

Anshula Kapoor, sister of Bollywood superstar Arjun Kapoor is all set to start her entrepreneurial journey with the launch of her new venture Fankind. It aims to unite celebrities, fans & charities to promote the concept of charity and giving.

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Basics For Bros By Bro Basics

Currently the beauty and wellness market is flooded with brands catering to women, men and teens. The dearth of specialised beauty and skincare products for teenage boys often lands them with no option but to use products designed for men.

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Plant-Based Foods Might Prevent From Heart Diseases: Study

A plant-based diet is gaining popularity as the number of individuals becoming part of veganism is on the rise. And now dieticians are even advocating for it as vegan diets might aid in the prevention of diseases.

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Peculiar PICA

The word “pica” comes from the Latin word for magpie, a bird known for its large and indiscriminate appetite of ingesting random items. ...

Tips on how to set and achieve fitness goals in 2021

While being practical with goals helps staying motivated, knowing yourself and achieving realistic targets directly boosts your self confidence....

Coping with the overwhelming stress caused by the work from home model for employees as well as business leaders

According to a YourDOST study, 58% of Indian working professionals report a significant rise in their stress levels during the pandemic due to a loss ...

Mental Health and the Road to Recovery

The anxiety of COVID itself is magnified for some depending on their circumstances. Some find themselves very isolated and lonely, while others are tr...

Is our struggle inevitable?

Most of us are deeply conditioned by the idea of struggle as a way of life. In fact, we are taught from childhood that only through struggle can one s...

How sportsmanship qualities can help build resilience and provide motivation to face any adversity

Often, when reading about highly motivational stories of grit and succeeding in the face of adversity, we come across stories of sportsmen who display...

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