Growing microgreens at home-Easy steps shared by a 17 year old !

Nisha Pathak, a Class 12 student of Neeraja Modi school, Jaipur, Rajasthan, took up organic farming and now helps underprivileged families grow their own microgreens from materials available to them. After schools shifted to an online teaching mode, 17-year-old Nisha Pathak was worried about her increase in screen time. To avoid spending too much time looking at computers and to ... Read More »

Increased demand for medicines during the pandemic, triggers the rise in false drugs !

Global enforcement agencies including Interpol have noticed an increase of substandard, spurious, falsely labelled, falsified, and counterfeit (SSFFC) incidents in pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered such frauds due to the unprecedented demand for medicines. It has been observed that criminals are taking advantage of the high demand for medicines, health supplements, hygiene products and other essentials. ... Read More »

“Comparisons” !!

Shweta covered a distance of 10 km in one hour. Akash covered the same distance in one and a half hours. Which of the two is faster and healthier?? Of course our answer will be Shweta. What if we say that Shweta covered this distance on a prepared track while Akash did it by walking on a sandy path??? Then ... Read More »

“Let’s Make This Summer Green” campaign launched by DEWA

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) launched its ‘Let’s Make This Summer Green’ campaign for the sixth consecutive year. Themed ‘Make Unforgettable Memories’, the three-month campaign will take place digitally across DEWA’s social media channels, as well as its internal and external channels. The campaign encourages individuals and organisations to adopt a smart and sustainable lifestyle for a positive environmental ... Read More »

This global pandemic encourages Fitness Technology over the world!

Medical device experts say fitness technology has got a big boost during Covid-19 pandemic as a lot of entrepreneurs and companies have devised innovative ways of building technology in home fitness. With most countries imposing a lock-down because of coronavirus, the movement of people outside their home got limited and they had to look for other alternatives like fitness technologies. ... Read More »

Some insights through the eyes of a marathon runner !

Marathons are a great metaphor for careers, building businesses and winning in life! Here are few perceptions from one of our associate’s marathon experiences: 1. You don’t run 42km once, You run one kilometer forty-two times.Focus on the present. And only on the present. 2. A marathon is a 10km race with a 32km warmup. Start slow, finish strong. Compounding is ... Read More »

Weakness can be strength—A Japanese story

A 10-year-old boy decided to study judo despite the fact that he had lost his left arm in a devastating car accident.  The boy began lessons with an old Japanese judo master. The boy was doing well, so he couldn’t understand why, after three months of training the master had taught him only one move.  “Sensei,”(Teacher in Japanese) the boy ... Read More »

Covid-19 accelerates preventive healthcare !

Covid-19 accelerates preventive healthcare, creates change in purchase patterns and consumer behaviour. During this second wave of the pandemic, people purchase vitamins, zinc supplements and immunity boosters in capsule form, chewable tablets and gummies, stated Rohit Shelatkar, vice president, Vitabiotics Ltd. With preventive healthcare being seen as one of the most important lines of defense in the battle against the ... Read More »

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