Saturday , April 4 2020

Society & Lifestyle

Does our body language shape who we are?

Body language

Our outer reality reflects our inner reality. Our body gesture and behavioural pattern, give other people the opportunity to peep-into our inside-cosmos, see and judge us about how we’ve been dealing with the ever going conflicts and surprises. Everything we do today is a product of the conditioning we got yesterday. Past builds present and present builds future, that’s perhaps …

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Seven Ways To Care Your Hair

Seven ways to care your Hair

Any young girl or lady acknowledges great beauty tips, particularly when they are taught how to get more beautiful hair in a characteristic and healthy way. In the event that you are an admirer of long and sparkly locks necessarily you don’t require extravagant items and salon treatments to have excellent hair. Basic regular propensities can improve things significantly. Let’s …

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Are smartphones making us less smart?

Smartphones

Quick! When was the last time you remembered the birthdate of your best friend without consulting Facebook, or name of the movie you liked till a year ago without browsing through IMBD, or exact location of the new restaurant without clicking onto Google maps or when was it that you phone called your friends instead of dropping message on the …

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Ten ways in which travelling helps us evolve into better human beings

Travelling

– By Aditi Gulati Life is a process and everything we do, everywhere we go contributes to our experience, making it wholesome. Gone are the days when we had to figure out ways to comb the unexplored; for the transportation connectivity is only going to become better. People of all ages these days, have a strong craving to find out …

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Consuming Porn, regretfully? Here are 5 workable ways to breakthrough

Porn

– By Aditi Gulati Everything we do, watch or hear has an impact on us. Though, the amount of impact does vary. Pornography has thus been a much debated topic over a last few years. People have now started to question its free sexistence over the internet; it’s devastating impact on consumers of varied age groups. Porn undoubtedly harms; our …

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Only 27% Indians covered by health insurance: Report

Health

Only 27 per cent of Indians have health insurance coverage, a joint report by FICCI and KPMG revealed Only 27 per cent of Indians have health insurance coverage, a joint report by FICCI and KPMG revealed on Monday. The report, titled “Health savings account in India”, revealed that the healthcare sector in India is largely underpenetrated with government expenditure constituting …

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‘I Married A Stranger’, a girl’s story

I married a stranger

I was on the bed, feeling terrified. I opened my diary and wrote, ‘ I married a stranger ’ and quickly hid it under the bed. My whole body was shaking. “What do I do?” I questioned myself. “Do I act like a virgin?” ” But what if he finds out? Do I tell him to wait for it for …

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Facebook admits it can make people feel worse

Facebook

Call it admonition from parents and behavioural experts or self-introspection but Facebook has for the first time admitted that passively scrolling through posts on the social media platform can make people feel worse — while active engagement on the platform may have the opposite effect. Citing scientific research on well-being and social media, Facebook highlighted the two sides of using …

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Reduce stress, anxiety by cycling regularly

Cycling

Cycling can be one of the most easiest ways to stay fit. Besides controlling your weight, it can reduce depression, stress and anxiety, say experts. R.M. Anjana, Managing Director at Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre and Deepali Badoni, Physiotherapist at Aktiv Health Clinic, talk about the benefits of cycling: It is an aerobic exercise which has several health benefits. It …

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