Our website use cookies to improve and personalize your experience and to display advertisements(if any). Our website may also include cookies from third parties like Google Adsense, Google Analytics, Youtube. By using the website, you consent to the use of cookies. We have updated our Privacy Policy. Please click on the button to check our Privacy Policy.

Blog

Diet Therapy – Objectives and Treatment

Diet Therapy – Objectives and Treatment

Diet Therapy - Objectives and Treatment Diet is said to be one of the most effective treatments for any patient, even for any healthy person. A variety of foods are offered to treat cancer, cardiovascular disease, and certain food allergies. Basically, most diets focus on eating fresh and freshly processed vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes. Food allergies have become a major area of ​​research. Diet has been severely affected by many forms of arthritis. Eating can cause arthritis and can help with treatment. Many of these special diets came from the realization that RA is not found in communities…
Read More
CHILD LABOR AND SLAVERY IN THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY

CHILD LABOR AND SLAVERY IN THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY

In Africa, more than one in five children are forced to work in mines, quarries, and farms. However, other people have better working conditions. Any business does not want child labour in its supply chain. However, with an estimated 168 million children working in some capacity worldwide, including 12 million in manufacturing and industry and 98 million in agriculture, it is an unsettling reality of the globalisation of commodities that corporations cannot afford to ignore. Reading the most recent annual report on products created with child labour from the US Department of Labor is disturbing. The research claims that child…
Read More
The impact of social media on people’s mental health:How to Deal With FOMO in Your Life

The impact of social media on people’s mental health:How to Deal With FOMO in Your Life

The thought or emotion that you are missing out on something significant or good that others are having is known as FOMO. The Psychology Behind The Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) The typical person uses social media for 147 minutes per day. As a result, we're more conscious than ever of how other people use their free time. Every event, trip, and even dining out appear to be recorded for public consumption. The steady flow of documentation may cause FOMO, or fear of missing out, in some people. Although FOMO is not yet a recognised psychological disorder, it has a…
Read More
Various routes to the Metaverse

Various routes to the Metaverse

Various routes to the Metaverse In the virtual world known as Metaverse, people can interact with one another in three dimensions. The real world is comparable to it, just on the internet. People want virtual reality to be a place where they can feel free to go wherever they want and do anything they want without worrying about what other people may think. They also hope that the problems that make people feel unsafe or uncomfortable in the actual world—crime, poverty, pollution, etc.—will not exist in virtual reality. The goal of the metaverse is to give people the impression that…
Read More
Tasty & Healthy Indian Dishes and Beverages

Tasty & Healthy Indian Dishes and Beverages

For most people, a visit to the best Indian restaurant in Vancouver would be to find tasty, spicy, rich-flavoured dishes. There is no doubt that Indian cuisine is a paradise for the palate. But many of these foods are also healthy. The next time you have any of these dishes, you will probably be content that you also took care of your health. Tandoori Chicken This is a very common item on any Indian restaurant menu. It is also a favourite dish for so many people. If you like chicken tandoori, then you would be happy to know that it…
Read More
2007 T20 World Cup Throwback: Yuvraj Singh puts on an epic show against England in Durban.

2007 T20 World Cup Throwback: Yuvraj Singh puts on an epic show against England in Durban.

2007 T20 World Cup Throwback: Yuvraj Singh puts on an epic show against England in Durban. After losing their 1st game of the Super 8s, India was in a position where they had to win every game to keep their T20 World Cup campaign alive. England was already out of the tournament and had nothing to play for. Both India and England met in the 21st game of the 2007 T20 World Cup at Kingsmead in Durban. India won the toss and elected to bat first. The decision proved beneficial as the Indians piled on the runs and set England…
Read More
6 greatest ODI fast bowlers of all-time: Brett Lee

6 greatest ODI fast bowlers of all-time: Brett Lee

6 greatest ODI fast bowlers of all-time: Brett Lee. Fast bowling is a delightful phenomenon to watch, and when a bowler clocks in at about 150km/h or higher than 150km/h, it makes for some entertaining viewing for the audience. The late 1990s and, for most of the 2000s, the likes of Shoaib Akhtar, Shane Bond, and Brett Lee aimed to bowl at around or even over 150km/h. All three of them had their fair share of injuries throughout their career, and could have prolonged their careers if they cut down on pace. However, each bowler went against that notion. Out…
Read More
DBS for Depression

DBS for Depression

An illness known as the major depressive disorder can have devastating repercussions on a patient's life. Pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and electroconvulsive therapy are often used treatments. The exploration of alternative therapeutic modalities has been prompted by the fact that many patients do not react to mainstream treatments. It has now been used successfully to treat psychiatric illnesses after initially treating movement abnormalities.  For patients with treatment-resistant depression (TRD) who do not respond well to numerous successive medications, deep brain stimulation (DBS) has demonstrated encouraging results as a novel therapeutic option. This study aims to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis on the…
Read More
Tiger is Predicted to Extinction Twelve Years

Tiger is Predicted to Extinction Twelve Years

Because of illegal hunting, there are fewer and fewer wild tigers; if this trend continues, the species will be extinct in about a decade. Therefore, a summit meeting will take place to conserve tigers. The year 2010 was a watershed moment in the annals of tiger conservation history. The iconic big cat was in danger of becoming extinct, and it was estimated that there were only 3,200 of them living in the wild. In the same year, countries that are home to tigers made a joint commitment to work towards the TX2 objective of doubling the wild tiger population by…
Read More
Self-Defense Strategies Every Woman Needs to Know

Self-Defense Strategies Every Woman Needs to Know

Self-defence is protection Walking home by yourself and getting the creeps? Getting an odd feeling from someone you don't know on the bus? In a poll conducted in January 2018 across the country with 1,000 women, 81 per cent of respondents reported having been the victim of sexual harassment, assault, or both at some point in their lives. The most prevalent type of harassment experienced was verbal; however, 51% of women reported having experienced unwanted touching or groping, and 27% of women had endured sexual assault. Having reassurance about your next steps (and what you can do to help yourself…
Read More