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Sonu Sood

Sonu Sood receives deep fake video of himself, impersonator asks distressed family for money

The actor took to his X on Thursday and uploaded the deep fake video to clear the air that the person featured in the video is not him

Published on 18th January 2024
Try these fruits and vegetables to boost brain health and reduce post-holiday stress

Try these fruits and vegetables to boost brain health and reduce post-holiday stress

By making mindful food choices, one can positively impact stress levels, fostering a healthier and more energized lifestyle

Published on 7th January 2024
Indo-Italian Veggie Risotto

Recipes to prepare a sumptuous meal without the stress of elaborate cooking

In this curated collection of recipes, we bring you a fusion of tradition and innovation, flavours that will delight your senses and fill your day with culinary magic

Published on 2nd November 2023
College students experience a sense of independence, individuality, and defiance, leading to vocation experiments, food experiments, and partner experiments. this also increases stress and anxiety

10 practical tips for managing stress in college

College students' fickleness, waviness, and indecisiveness place them at high risk of stress and anxiety

Published on 19th September 2023
According to a study, regular exercise can help schoolchildren deal with stress better and become more resilient.

Regular physical activity can cut stress levels in kids: Study

According to a study, regular exercise can help schoolchildren deal with stress better and become more resilient.

Published on 7th September 2023
This all-too-common reality is now being challenged by an alternative approach with promising potential - naturopathy.

Naturopathy: A holistic approach to mental health and wellness

Naturopathy, also known as naturopathic healing, offers a distinct perspective that prioritises the body's innate healing mechanisms over external interventions

Published on 30th August 2023
A scene from Payanam

Payanam, an open-air play, revolves around people who migrated to the metropolis, albeit in distress

The play deals with the anguish, sorrow, love, hatred, joy and the little celebrations of these migrated people

Published on 25th August 2023
Positive people tend to be upbeat and optimistic all the time

Here is how positive thinking can affect the quality of your life

Positive people frequently get favourable outcomes

Published on 23rd March 2023
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Seema Kohli: The mistress of mysticism

Artist Seema Kohli on her philosophical quest and world of colours in ‘incomplete’ mediums

Published on 30th July 2023
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Effects of stress: How it disturbs your gut bacteria

Stress and headaches are linked to a disrupted gut-brain axis

Published on 16th June 2023
Listen To Your Body: Here’s why free radicals and oxidative stress is not good for your health

Listen To Your Body: Here’s why free radicals and oxidative stress is not good for your health

Let’s observe what exactly these two terms are and whether they are good or bad for our system

Published on 10th March 2023
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The happiness factor; tips to manage anxiety and stress

According to a new research, unhappiness or loneliness accelerates the aging process more than smoking. CE speaks to experts to find out more

Published on 19th October 2022
Even though body acne is a common skincare concern, it can be harder to treat if you are in the dark about what you should do

A beginner's guide to tackling body acne

Even though body acne is a common skincare concern, it can be harder to treat if you are in the dark about what you should do

Published on 27th August 2022
Proper breathing can combat stress

Proper breathing can help you deal with stress in daily life!

Most stress can be combated by developing good breathing techniques

Published on 2nd June 2022
Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) may be the key to handle psychosocial stress and anxiety

Psychosocial stress and anxiety can be reduced by virtual training, says new study

Psychosocial stress and anxiety can be reduced through virtual training, a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health suggests.
 

Published on 20th June 2022

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