Tue, Mar 02, 2021

  • How single thought or argument can turn into disease
    When we break the word 'disease', it comes through as 'dis' and 'ease' -- something that is not at ease. Anything which makes you can cause you a disease.
    How single thought or argument can turn into disease
    Anything that can cause you a problem and a normal human being can see it through normal naked eyes like a physical problem, for instance, high fever that can be seen through temperature, or cancer, or diabetes are all physical problems. In short, anything that we can see or feel through our eyes is a physical problem. In short. anything that we can see or feel through our eyes is a physical problem. And this is the reason why mental health is never considered as important as physical health because it is never seen.Talking about how a single thought or argument takes the shape of a disease, I would like to quote it with an example. When one person says something and the other person did not like it or didn't understand, this will make the body cell unease. This time the body of the second person goes through 3 stages of F - Flight, Fight...
  • Meditation for happiness, peace goes up as one ages: Survey Meditation for happiness, peace goes up as one ages: Survey

    What makes Indians meditate? According to a recent survey by meditation and mindfulness app ThinkRight.me, it is the pursuit of happiness, peace, and personal growth that keeps most Indians going in...

  • Follow '5-a-day' rule for longer, healthier life Follow '5-a-day' rule for longer, healthier life

    If you are scouting for a magic potion to live a longer and healthy life, try five daily servings of fruits and vegetables, in which two are fruits and three are vegetables, according to new research...

  • The risks of a pain in the neck and how to manage it The risks of a pain in the neck and how to manage it

    Neck pain can interfere with daily life, including the ability to feel productive, sleep, and enjoy time with family. It is a common occurrence among the working population usually engaged in tech...

  • 64 full human genomes sequenced at high-res 64 full human genomes sequenced at high-res

    Two decades after the successful completion of the Human Genome Project, an international group of researchers has now sequenced 64 human genomes at high resolution.

  • Blood tests offer early indicator of severe Covid: Study Blood tests offer early indicator of severe Covid: Study

    Researchers have reported that a series of biomarkers, or biological signals, associated with white blood cell activation and obesity can predict severe outcomes in Covid-19 patients.

  • 'Brain stimulation and exercise can restore movement in ataxia' 'Brain stimulation and exercise can restore movement in ataxia'

    Researchers have shown that a combination of deep brain stimulation (DBS) and exercise has potential benefits for treating ataxia.

  • Here's how to shed the 'lockdown kilos' Here's how to shed the 'lockdown kilos'

    The coronavirus virus lockdown took a toll on our mental as well as physical well-being.

  • Mental health most impacted during Covid-19, says students' survey Mental health most impacted during Covid-19, says students' survey

    As the country continues to battle the coronavirus, young adults in college say that their mental well-being has been most impacted by the pandemic's social consequences. But the silver lining is...

  • Depression, anxiety linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease: Study Depression, anxiety linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease: Study

    Having depression is known to increase the risk for developing Alzheimer's disease. However, a new study has found that depression and anxiety are linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease.