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 »

VIVAN celebrates its 11th Anniversary !!

We are 11 years young marching towards our goal with relentless commitment.We look forward to a joyful journey to reach stupendous goals that we have set for the future !Thanking everyone whoever has made this journey joyful while contributing towards VIVAN’s growth ! A little glimpse of our small Celebration ! #MaitainingSocialDistance 😉 Standing tall, strong and succeeding together ! Read More »

Think of the planet by acting on your community!

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – these three ‘R’ words are an important part of sustainable living, as they help to cut down on the amount of waste we have to throw away. Reuse The first ‘R’ looks at how you can use certain items again (ideally multiple times) before replacing them. By-products that you can reuse, maintain and repairReuse items like bags and ... Read More »

First batch of anti-COVID drug 2-DG

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Health Minister Harsh Vardhan today released the first batch of anti-COVID drug 2-DG (2-deoxy-D-glucose). The 2-DG has been developed by the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS), a lab of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) in collaboration with Dr Reddys Laboratories (DRL).“In the ongoing second COVID-19 wave, a large number of ... Read More »

At-home-immunization service for babies & children

As the nation is witnessing the second wave of Covid-19 and amid the fear of third wave, Motherhood Hospital, one of India’s leading hospital dedicated to women and child, brings home vaccination facility for children at doorsteps. The service is aimed at easing out the burden of parents having to visit the hospital for immunization of their newborns/infants, thus ensuring ... Read More »

Agro-Waste made Solar Powered Covid facilities !

Uttar Pradesh’s Shriti Pandey has constructed two COVID care centres on the outskirts of Patna and Jalandhar, Punjab using stubble. These buildings are inherently thermally insulated and trap carbon dioxide and heat. The civil engineer took less than 80 days to set up a fully functioning centre in Patna for her client ‘Doctors For You’ (DFY), in collaboration with the ... Read More »

Human brain activity can now be wirelessly recorded !

Researchers are now able to wirelessly record the directly measured brain activity of patients living with Parkinson’s disease and to then use that information to adjust the stimulation delivered by an implanted device. Direct recording of deep and surface brain activity offers a unique look into the underlying causes of many brain disorders; however, technological challenges up to this point ... Read More »

Think outside the trash!

Humans all over the world have thrown away so much stuff, that we are running out of places to put it. There are no places you can go anymore—from Antarctica to the top of Mount Everest, and even deep into the ocean, thousands of miles from land and thousands of feet deep—where you won’t find tons of our trash. Think about how ... Read More »

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