Bengaluru’s Air Quality Index Causing Health Hazards

The AQI of the city is rising rapidly, which in turn is increasing respiratory diseases.  The increasing Air Quality Index (AQI) in the city of Bangalore has given rise to a number of health problems like asthma, tuberculosis and cardiovascular diseases. From March to May 2018, the AQI increased from 101 to 128 in Yelahanka, […]

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Dancing Improves Mental State of Differently-Abled People

A 10-week experiment conducted by Iris Brauninger from the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment, attested to the fact that dancing helped improve the quality of life for people as a whole. A research compilation by the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) about dance and movement therapy proved that dancing has helped overcome depression […]

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Young Cabbies at an Increased Risk of Heart Attacks in Bengaluru.

A study done by the Jayadewa Institute shows that young (18 to 40 years old) taxi drivers are prone to heart problems. On one hand, cab aggregators like Ola and Uber are credited to create more job opportunities in the city for the youth, there is a big downside to this blessing. Any individual who […]

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Karnataka Government Helps Hemophilia Patients

Karnataka government provides hemophiliacs with the injections that they need at no cost – saving them money. Hemophilia patients spend between Rs 5,000 to Rs 1.5 lakhs for their treatment of hemophilia. Karnataka, under its scheme Free Treatment facilities to Identified Diseases, have started giving free drugs to the hemophilia patients since the past two […]

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