Health

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity

Ageing and Age-related Diseases

Age-related diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, and they are also the leading source of concern for people concerned with global healthcare spending, both now and in the future. The CNS, vascular structures, joints, bones, the renal system, and other systems and tissues will be the focus of the special issue on age-related disease. The disorders must all be age-related, and the papers must seek to explain how the ageing process contributes to the pathology.

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Bullying in School

It makes no difference whether you are a student, instructor, parent of a child or adolescent, or a member of the community. Everyone plays a part in preventing school bullying, […]

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Land Pollution: Causes, Effects, and Prevention

Many of us associate pollution with smoggy cities and litter-infested seas. There isn’t a single surface or place on Earth that hasn’t been touched by it in some manner in the twenty-first century. While trash and gasoline-powered automobiles are major sources of pollution, there are many additional factors to consider. […]

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Positive Psychology

Positive psychology is one of the newest branches of psychology to emerge. This particular area of psychology focuses on how to help human beings prosper and lead healthy, happy lives. […]

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Myths about Counseling

Mental health challenges affect millions of people around the world. In any given year, unfortunately, misconceptions and myths around counselling and talk therapy often discourage people from seeking help and […]

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Which countries are open for Indian tourists.

Destinations such as Maldives, Croatia, South Africa, Switzerland, Russia, Lebanon, Germany, Ukraine, UAE, Turkey and Iceland have started allowing non-essential travel, subject to vaccination or other conditions. India’s biggest online travel portal, MakeMyTrip, has seen a 35% jump in searches for international leisure packages in July compared to that in […]

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Effects of air pollution

Effects of air pollution Human health Animals Plants Material Stratosphere Environment Impact on plants Reduced plant growth Damage to leaves of crops plant Susceptible to disease, pest, Frost Impact on materials Cars Homes Monument, sites Impact on health By VOCs, suspended particles Lung cancer Headache, dizziness Respiratory diseases Asthma – […]

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You, me and the screens

No one ever knew that coronavirus would stay on this long, and a 21 days lockdown would extend to a year and half now. All the plans, the expectations of getting a normal grad-farewell, went nowhere but into an invisible bin in space.Day by day, breath by breath, I find […]

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WHAT DOES ADOLESCENCE NEED?

Need for independence With the growing physical and mental development an adolescent wants to express his opinion independently, to take part in different social activities and to become self-dependent like any adult member of the society. On attaining adolescence, the child who earlier used to depend on his elders, finds […]

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Pride, prejudice and arrogance.

Augustine, it is “the love of one’s own excellence.” Pride: Pride is a double edged sword. Pride is usually considered in 2 ways1) The feeling of satisfaction that comes from one’s own achievement or those affiliated to us.2) Having a high opinion of oneself which sometimes expresses itself in the […]

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Present Conditions: Bio-medical Waste Disposal

The composition of waste is greatly influenced by disposable plastic-based personal protective equipment (PPE) and single-use plastics by online shopping for most basic necessities. The use of PPEs and single-use plastics during the pandemic not only increased the quantity of medical waste but also altered the average density of the medical waste. Waste generation amid COVID-19, especially discarded PPEs and single-use plastics, has been an environmental and public health crisis around the world, particularly in countries with developing economies and those in transition. Safe solid waste management is already a matter of major concern in these countries where safe and sustainable practice is scarce and healthcare waste has not been adequately regulated. India is generating tonnes of hospital waste in just a few months, in which Maharastra is the highest contributor because it has the highest number of COVID-19 cases and hence the waste produced.

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Management of Biomedical Waste Disposal

Black Bags: These are to be used for non-bio-medical waste. In a hospital setup, this includes stationary, vegetable and fruit peels, leftovers, packaging including that from medicines, disposable caps, disposable masks, disposable shoe-covers, disposable tea cups, cartons, sweeping dust, kitchen waste etc.

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Bio-medical Waste Disposal

The Bio-medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 and additional amendments were passed for the regulation of bio-medical waste management. Every state’s Pollution panel or Pollution management Committee are chargeable for implementing the new legislation. New laws have an effect on the distribution of medical waste by medical professionals into their correct recepticals.

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