How to break away from a Sedentary Lifestyle to fight Diabetes

Sedentary lifestyle is a global health problem A sedentary lifestyle can make us a sitting duck for a host of diseases.  On an average day, it is a norm to sit down for most of the time when we are awake. We are tied to our desks when we are working.  We sit for the meetings.
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For someone living with #depression, talking to a person they trust is often the first step towards treatment & recovery.  ~Tweet by WHO. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Depression, as an illness characterised by persistent sadness and a loss of interest in activities that you normally enjoy, accompanied by an inability to carry out daily
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Changing perception about turning fifty   Fifty seems to be the new thirty. Not very long ago, hitting the big ‘five-oh’ was considered a time to slow down in life; a time to take things easy and relax. That’s no longer the norm. With advances in medical care and growing self-awareness, perceptions are changing. People
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Walking is a physical exercise but it also impacts the psyche. The process of walking makes the mind clutter free and paves the way for a clear and fresh thinking. I have quoted these lines from a blog post on the site ‘Makeup & Breakup‘. The post by Nihar Pradhan details out the physical as well
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Early morning the doorbell rang Hearing it I woke up, to my feet I sprang When I opened the door, what did I see? A courier box delivered for me !! Image Source:

  Úde jab jab zulfein teri’, Ýeh Reshmi Zulfon ka..’ Yeh reshmi zulfe yeh sharbati ankhe’ The common attribute for the three songs mentioned above is the word ‘Zulf’ (meaning hair). Yes, hair has featured prominently in a number of romantic Hindi songs and poetry. Not so in case of English songs or poetry…maybe the reference to hair
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