Maternal Mental Health Month: Pandemic deepens Mothers’ suffering

Owing to lack of reliable evidence on the risk of transmission of COVID-19 from mother to child, stress and depression among pregnant women and new mothers have increased, says a research study. Sonepat: Focusing on spreading awareness about maternal mental health (MMH) this month has brought attention to the increasing rates of maternal depression.  Since […]

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Online thrift wave sweeps sustainable fashion

With the recent emergence of new and varied online thrift stores, people have started to look at fashion that’s sustainable. Bengaluru: It’s time to combat fast fashion. Fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. “The fashion industry produces 10 percent of all humanity’s carbon emissions”, states a World Economic Forum report. […]

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Trekking organizers battle an uphill climb

Recovering from the pandemic has been hard for organizers who plan trekking adventures in Bangalore. Bengaluru: Trekking has continued its mountainous fight against the pandemic. In Bengaluru, trekking activities haven’t picked up their pace post-Unlock. Trekking organizations are struggling to recover from their lockdown-induced losses. “The bookings for trekking have resumed but are yet to […]

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Beauty Parlours in Sonepat Have A Dark Season

Low demand of mehndi services during Karva Chauth adds to the losses of local parlours amidst the pandemic in Sonepat, Haryana. Sonepat: Micro to small-scale beauty parlours in Sonepat have incurred additional losses this festive season. Lack of customers during the days of Dussehra, Karva Chauth, and Diwali has worsened the situation for these local […]

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