12 things you can do to brighten up when having a bad day

This post comprises a combination of an published article, an infographic, and a video on the topic of a list of things you can do to brighten up when you are having a bad day. The animated video is my first ever completed project in composing and editing so there are few areas where the audio could have been better managed. Read more Video link

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Are you experiencing a panic attack?

A panic attack is widespread in the general population, and all have their own experiences and triggers associated with it. A proper evaluation is necessary to assuredly find out the considerable extent and the possible treatment. This article outline what a panic attack feels like and some practical tips to efficiently manage it. Read more Website Link

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Effects of Burnout and 10 prevention strategies

Burnout is not just a fancy term but a crucial matter that should not be ignored. No individual is immune to it, and it can set at any time of your life. This explanatory video and the corresponding article here by discussing in intricate detail the leading causes, potential effects, and the prevention strategies of the burnout. Read more Video

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Coronavirus: How to protect yourself and others

This infographic was published in March 2020, when COVID-19 in Canada was in its primitive stage. The graph was generated from the information present at that critical time. Read more Website Link

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Managing anxiety in times of Coronavirus

To feel anxious in the times of coronavirus is but natural. There is much we are afraid of, so much that we do not know. Being socially active to being isolated is not easy for anyone, especially with so much going around.This infographic sums up few points to manage anxiety. The blog post is a […]

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Video: The Dark cloud: Understanding depression

Depression remains not just a descriptive word but an accurate statement in itself. It is extremely unfortunate mental health is still not considered at par with physical health. This video compiles some of the key points to carefully describe what depression looks like.

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Work From home burnout

We are undoubtedly living in uncertain times. COVID-19 has naturally forced us into a various realm where we are apprehensive of what the foreseeable future possesses in store for us. Every day has to be treated with an abundance of the extraordinary precaution. Since late March, many employees were forced to work remotely. Though on the surface, it looks like a promising point, but on a deeper level, working from home encounters its potential perils, especially for the employees and organizations, for whom this concept is […]

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Book Review: “Moonface” – By Angela Balcita

This forthcoming book is about a woman, who received not one, not two but three kidney transplants. She shares her fierce joys, fears, profound sorrows, moral & social commitments, and unbreakable bonds with us through her book. To read more Website Link

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Book review: “The Iceberg”- A Memoir by Marion Coutts

This comprehensive review was my very first book review, that too on a deeply touching subject of a journey of a wife through the thick and thins of day to day life with a terminally ill husband. It is not just the patient who is burdened by a terminal illness. The family, friends, and other caregivers also feel burnt emotionally, financially, and physically. Read more Website link

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15 odd conversations you should not have with a patient with kidney disease

We all have had been in a situation like this. Sometimes, when we meet with a patient, we unintentionally say things, which can hurt the patients or their caregivers. These odd conversations could be because of our discomfort or lack of knowledge. This video gives an example of a conversation with a kidney patient, but […]

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