From HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, USA. July 2019. 5 surprising benefits of walking The next time you have a check-up, don't be surprised if your doctor hands you a prescription to walk. Yes, this simple activity that you've been doing since you were about a year old is now being touted as "the closest thing we... Continue Reading →

Towards mindfulness-Ashwin Shankar

TOWARDS MINDFULNESS Ashwin Shanker (with Kind Permission) THE HINDU, June 23, 2019 A pocket watch is going through a hypnotizing motion. It happened during yet another terrible day at work. I was frustrated with my boss, who simply wouldn’t listen to my suggestions to better the code we were cracking, and would favour my partner’s... Continue Reading →

Survivor Experiences-Anonymous

Survivor Experiences-Anonymous(March 20, 2019) Cancer Survivor experiences (whatsapp group on My Emotional health- my choice) As I was replying to the message(March 20,2019) by members in the emotional health group, my mind was flooded with all the memories of my treatment days. It's nearly 5 years post diagnosis for me. I was just wondering how... Continue Reading →

RESURGENCE-Ms.Bhushan Sharma

Resurgence Ms. Bhushan Sharma My father suffered a massive brain stroke, hemorrhage, (at the age of seventy) and he was in coma for more than a month. As per doctor’s advice, we brought him home. The spill was acute and that may or may not recover or at least would take a long time as... Continue Reading →

Moving Beyond Cancer-NCI

Moving Beyond Cancer Living with a diagnosis of cancer is recognised as challenge at the physical, psychological, economic, family, society and spiritual levels. This recognition of the needs has resulted in a number of programmes to support the survivors. An effort by the National Cancer Institute is noteworthy for the exploration of the different methods... Continue Reading →

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