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Watching Nature On TV Can Uplift The Wellbeing: Study

Watching high-quality programs on nature on TV can uplift one's mood, reduce negative emotions, and help alleviate the kind of boredom associated with being...

Facebook Rolls Out ‘Emotional Health’ Tool in India

Facebook on Saturday said its centralised resource centre called Emotional Health, launched this week to help people cope with growing mental health issues in...

Return to Usual Sexual Activity After Heart Attack for Long-Term Survival

Returning to usual levels of sexual activity within a few months after a heart attack is positively associated with long-term survival, say researchers. According to...

UN Report Outlines Eight Transformative Changes to Save the Planet

Despite encouraging progress in several areas, the natural world is suffering badly and getting worse. Eight transformative changes are, therefore, urgently needed to ensure...

94% People Feel Happier When Outdoors: Survey

By SIddhi Jain Social distancing norms is the ''new normal" and it has the world spending more time indoors than ever, but a new survey...

Shoppers can Follow These Tips to Spend Worry Free Days at Malls

By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe Malls are open and as the footfall starts to pick up, the only one who can ensure your safety on a...

Foot Hygiene: A Must This Summer!

While we focus on washing our hands at regular intervals, lets not forget that it's important to maintain feet hygiene as well. As we...

Realists Enjoy Greater Long-Term Wellbeing than Optimists: Study

Positive thinking has long been extolled as the route to happiness, but a new study shows that realists enjoy a greater sense of long-term...

Father’s Day: 5 Financial Lessons to Pass Onto Your Children

Part of taking care of your children also means teaching them how to cope with the various different stresses which come with adulthood. Fathers,...

Here Are Some Interesting Facts About Ayurveda

BY RAMESH Ayurveda is an ancient health care tradition that has been practiced in the Indian subcontinent for at least 5000 years. The word “Ayurveda” comes...

Yoga: Physical and Mental Wellbeing during Pandemic

By Vijai Singhal In these times of complete lockdown due to Coronavirus we have to keep ourselves mentally and physically active for our own wellbeing....

Middle-age People Likely to Be More Stressed Now than in 1990s: Study

If life feels more stressful now than it did a few decades ago, or even before the COVID-19 started, you're not alone, a new...

Benefits of Practising Yoga Everyday

The recent lockdown may prove daunting on our physiological and psychological well-being, due to lack of social mingling, outdoor and office routine. This is when...

Sound-Based Therapy Tips for Mental Wellbeing

How are you handling your daily routine while in lockdown? Is the anxiety of the situation overwhelming? What steps can you take to help...

Older People Have the Wisdom to Use Mindfulness: Study

Life can get better with age with mindfulness because older people have the wisdom and time to use mindfulness as a means to improve...

Heartbreak and Struggles Can Lead to a Physical and Mental Wellbeing: Study

From being raised by an emotionally cold mother to experiencing violence, war and bereavement, difficult life events have a profound effect on our physical...

5 Tips to Work Efficiently at your Workplace

Environments that combine comfort, function and emotional satisfaction can inspire people to do their best work as well as increase productivity, satisfaction and engagement. A...

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