Feeling Depressed? Listen to your inner voice

Of the 7.5 billion world, a staggering 350 million people suffer from depression, and the alarming part is that many of us don’t want to talk about it due to the shame and fear of negative association with mental illness. There are various approaches and practices to treat depression and one of them is called “Behavioral activation.” Every individual has a unique experience with the effects […]

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Mental health is health

Mental health is as significant as physical health but usually, the paramount importance of mental health is not valued at the same level as physical health. In many countries talking about mental health still represents a social stigma.People are more comfortable and talking about their physical health but when it typically comes to the mental […]

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Quiz: Check your mental health

This interactive quiz seeks you a few questions to explore how is your mental health. This quiz is not based on medial advice, and if people observe someone or find themselves in emotional distress, diligently seeking a specialist’s help is enormously important. Take the test here

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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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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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