Book review: “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi

Death and anything to do with this word makes most of us uncomfortable. It is a process of life or rather an end of life, and everyone has to go through this door. Still, accepting it is not easy, especially if it is untimely or sudden. It is difficult to imagine what a person would […]

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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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Life with kidney disease

Every disease affects quality of life and kidney disease is no exception. Living with a diabetic family member changes your lifestyle in many ways. Although modern day science has given us so many ways to keep a tab at the physical symptoms, but the psychological aspects often go unnoticed.

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