Male loneliness: Unraveling the complex dynamics

Modern life’s fast pace, coupled with changing work and gender dynamics and the erosion of close-knit communities, has further contributed to this isolation. In recent years, an alarming societal issue has been gaining attention, the male loneliness epidemic. Despite living in an age of constant connectivity, men across different age groups and backgrounds are experiencing […]

India’s timeless gift: The enduring legacy of Meditation

When we delve into the history of meditation, it becomes evident that India has played a pivotal role in its development and dissemination. Meditation is a practice that offers a wide range of benefits for individuals seeking to enhance their well-being and lead a more balanced life. From the ancient civilizations of the Indus Valley […]

Male Suicide: A silent crisis in male mental health

Even though having a mental health issue like depression increases your chance of attempting suicide, not everyone who attempts suicide does. Male suicide is a deeply concerning issue that warrants our attention and concerted efforts. Despite making approximately 50% of the population, men commit close to 80% of suicides. The statistics surrounding male suicide rates […]

Birth Control and Breast Cancer Risk: Untangling the Connection

Hormonal contraception may have certain health advantages, like a lower chance of ovarian cysts and other cancers. The topic of birth control and its potential association with breast cancer risk has been a subject of scientific investigation and public interest. It is essential to explore the existing research to gain a comprehensive understanding of this […]

Embracing the power of exercise is a pathway to improved well-being

In today’s fast-paced world, where stress and sedentary lifestyles have become the norm, the importance of exercise and fitness cannot be overstated. The link between physical activity and overall well-being is well-established, and it’s time we prioritize this transformative aspect of our lives. This opinion piece explores the profound impact of exercise on our well-being […]

The vital role of masks in combating the Pandemic in adults

Masks have been crucial in supporting other public health strategies including hand washing and social seclusion. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, masks have emerged as an indispensable tool in the fight against the spread of the virus. Masks have been instrumental in protecting adults from the COVID-19 virus throughout the pandemic. This is particularly important as […]

Unveiling the reasons behind the dominance of Supine Position in birthing

Despite being aware of the risks associated with the supine birthing position, it continues to be widely practiced in many settings. Have you ever contemplated your preferred birthing position? Many women would naturally choose a more upright position, such as hands-and-knees, squatting, or kneeling, if given the option. However, the supine position remains the go-to […]

WHO urges the use of ethical and secure AI for healthcare

WHO advocates for safe and ethical artificial intelligence in healthcare. The World Health Organisation (WHO) urges caution while employing large language model tools (LLMs) produced by artificial intelligence (AI) in order to protect and enhance human well-being, human safety, and human autonomy, as well as to preserve public health. Some of the most rapidly growing […]

The significance of Endometriosis Awareness Month

Endometriosis is a condition marked by the presence of tissue resembling endometrial (uterine lining) outside the uterus. Endometriosis Awareness Month is held each year in March to raise awareness of the ailment, which the World Health Organization estimates affects 190 million women worldwide. It is a chronic condition that causes excruciating, life-altering agony during periods, […]

Why do we use the word ‘may’ in our articles and messages?

This is a question that we often get in all our communications channels. When it comes to health, medical professionals and researchers are careful with their words, and one word that is often used is “may.” You might have heard a doctor say, “You may experience some pain after this procedure,” or “This medication may […]

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