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Diabetes: Don’t Sugar Coat it !

The total estimated cost of diagnosed diabetes in 2017 was $327 billion, including $237 billion in direct medical costs, according to a study published online March 22 in Diabetes Care. Under the direction of the American Diabetes Association, Wenya Yang, from The Lewin Group Inc. in Falls Church, Va., and colleagues used a prevalence-based approach to combine the demographics of the ... Read More »

The Innovation Generation !

Invention is the conceptualization and demonstration of a novel solution to a problem. Innovation, on the other hand, does not stop with conceptualization and demonstration. It takes the solution all the way to successful implementation as a product or service. Thus, innovation is the mechanism by which human creativity is unleashed to deliver change. Innovation is also an urgent necessity. ... Read More »

Maharashtra’s New Plan to Boost Recycling !

The Maharashtra government has exempted milk pouches and PET bottles from the state-wide plastic ban set to come into effect soon. But in an attempt to ensure that these plastic products are recycled, it will soon levy an extra charge over and above the the MRP on the products. But don’t fret, this additional charge of an 50 paise on ... Read More »

Things One must know !

Environment conscious & Maintain ecological balance During the course of our visit to different areas, knowingly or unknowingly we harm nature by littering the areas, especially during our outings. For example, when one goes for a picnic to a sanctuary, have fun with loud music (even though we know that loud music is prohibited in sanctuaries) and have food and ... Read More »

Join the world of EcoHealth

All water is recycled. Every drop of water on Earth has been recycled many times through nature’s own purification systems. Nature does it using biology, and modern treatment plants work by speeding up nature’s own processes in a controlled environment. Read More »

A helping hand towards Homeless People

Hundreds of homeless people staying in government-run night shelters across the capital may soon get jobs if a novel proposal to train and make them employable goes through. The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB), an agency looking after homeless people in the city, is considering a proposal by an industry lobby to impart skill-based training to the homeless and ... Read More »

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