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Understanding the Importance of Mental Health in the Security Industry

In order to address the Mental Health of the security personnel we need to consider two basic factors even though the job roles or job definition of a security personnel isn’t heavily jaded there still is a high stress level amongst them.

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You are your best defence against breast cancer

Breast cancer thus has become one of the leading cancers amongst women in India. It is also the leading cause of cancer-related deaths among women.

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Bid Adieu To Covid-hit 2020 With ‘Talk to Heal’, Campaign by Eat Luv N Pray

To maximize the reach of the campaign, corporate entities have also been invited to come onboard to enable counseling and consultation sessions for their employees.

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Vaccination-the most relevant way to revive economic health globally

Countries across the world have incurred heavy economic losses yet were unable to tackle the virus.

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How Food Fortification can be an added supplement to combat Nutritional Deficiencies

Food fortification can help in addressing micronutrient deficiencies, improving health and productivity outcomes.

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In conversation with Sonia Arora Sood and Priyanka Wadhera, Co-Founders, EatLuvNPray.

For situations when someone is experiencing symptoms of a mental health crisis, there is another kind of listening that is the most effective: empathetic listening.

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Climate Change Is An Existential Threat – Finance Professionals Must Rise To The Challenge

Indian government already imposes significant taxes on petrol and diesel – estimated around $140 and $60 / tonne of CO2 respectively according to the government’s own calculations in 2015 – compared to the recommendations of $40-$80 in 2020, and $50-$100 in 2030 put forth by the Stern-Stiglitz Commi

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Creating an environmentally sustainable food secure world

The critical role of water efficiency in agriculture – the most important piece of the puzzle.

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Taparia’s book about lockdown effects on migrants becomes Crossword bestseller

Karan Taparia, the 17-year-old boy from Mumbai not only started Kushal Bharat, a platform to help the migrants during the pandemic but also his book ‘Where Do They Really Belong?’ becomes the bestseller as it brought up points of concern which have been overlooked since years.

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What steps do organizations need to take to avoid mental health problems for employees, especially during Covid-19 times?

Organizations must take steps to create a more comprehensive and flexible work environment that enables the growth of the employees as well as the organization.

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

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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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