Article By Namrataa Arora Singh, Work-Life Integration Coach
Much is said about women today, about their rights, about empowerment, about special facilities and quotas for women, etc. So who is really working on making the lives of women around the world better? Read More » “A Quest To Inspire”
Article by Radhika Nair, Clinical Psychologist & Practitioner of Animal-Assisted Therapy, Animal Angels Foundation.
‘There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face’ ~ Ben Williams
Ever since I was a child I have felt a strong connection to animals. I grew up in a house where we were encouraged to respect every living thing and appreciate the beauty of nature. Read More » “PAWfect Therapy”
Article by Christina Ranjan, Artist
Decoupage is derived from the French word “decouper” meaning “to cut”, cutting being an important part of this craft work. It is the art of decorating objects using paper cutouts, paint effects, decorative details and layers of lacquer along with varnish. Read More » “Decoupage : Step By Step Tutorial”
Article Credits: Dr. Mrs. Rani Nandakumar, M.D., D.G.O., MICOG, Retired Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Senior Consultant Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, & Sonologist, Laparoscopic Surgeon and Specialised in Reproductive Medicine. She has 40 years of experience in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Osteoporosis – it means porous bone. That is bone tissue replacement as age advances. The normal appearance of bone tissue is honeycomb. As age advances larger spaces appear in honeycomb. Read More » “World Osteoporosis Day: Osteoporosis – Diagnosis and Treatment”
Article By Dr Divya Kumar, Principal Consultant – Research and Analytics, AVTAR Group
After a long weekend, completely rejuvenated I started work at my office desk. I came across an interesting study which divulged that “girls commence to view themselves as less inherently talented than boys as early as six years old”. Read More » “Start Amazing Yourself”
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here’s a useful infographic by Dr Rani Nandakumar which explains symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Breast cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer amongst women in India. Read More » “Breast Cancer Awareness Month : Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment”
Article by Dr B Kalpana, Associate Professor- School of Public Health, SRM University
At work, emotional abuse can be just as obvious or subtle as it is at home. Abuse can occur at the supervisor-subordinate level, or among co-workers. It comes in the forms of acts or verbal comments that create emotional pain or isolation. If the acts or comments are repetitive, intimidating, and are designed to humiliate or degrade, then it is clearly defined as bullying.
Read More » “World Mental Health Day : Emotional Abuse of Women at the Workplace”
Article by Zahabia L F – Auditory Verbal Therapist currently on a sabbatical.
Flashback – March 2003. 3 weeks of case study of children with special needs. 3 of my classmates and I were assigned Aured- the therapy centre for children with hearing impairment. Read More » “Destined To Be Here”