Continuous Improvement: Silent Secret to Success


December 19, 2020

What is Continuous Improvement? Continuous improvement is all about the dedication of making small changes and improvements everyday, such that these small improvements will add up to something important. The common approach to self-improvement is to set a specific goal and take steps to accomplish the goal within a limited time period. This may sound

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Winter Diet: Tips to Stay Warm Naturally During Winters


December 19, 2020

Winter is here. It’s the time to think about the foods that will keep us warm. These foods are particularly useful for those who cannot cope with low temperatures very well, or those who may have low immunity.   Dry Fruits It’s wise to choose, healthy fat like dry fruits such as date and anjeer

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Importance of Human Resources in Healthcare Industry


December 18, 2020

Human resource managers in the healthcare industry are responsible for various issues like employee retention, legal matters and recruitment of staff. Like natural resources, HR in the healthcare sector is deeply buried. These resources are not found on the surface; instead, hospitals have to look for them. Medical facilities have to create situations where their

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Simple Tips to Prevent Common Allergies in Winter


December 17, 2020

A big problem with winter allergies is that cold-weather lifestyles can turn a simple allergic reaction into something worse. It may not be possible to get rid of winter allergies entirely, but you can reduce exposure to allergens, at least in your own surroundings. Here are some simple tips to keep winter allergies at bay.

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Ageing and Wrinkles are only an option Now!


December 16, 2020

Lots of people have under eye wrinkles. They are a natural part of the ageing process and are harmless. When people get older, the skin loses its ability to renew itself. The skin in the area under the eyes is particularly susceptible to the ageing process because it is thin. As a result, it is

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Know more about Influenza


December 15, 2020

Influenza is a viral infection which affects a person’s respiratory system — nose, throat and lungs. Influenza is commonly called the flu. The viruses spread from person-to-person by droplets coughed or sneezed in the air or through direct contact. People at higher risk of developing flu complications include: Young children under age 5 Adults older

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Smoking & COVID-19


December 14, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to progress, questions are arising about the relationship between smoking and the virus, particularly if continuing to smoke makes you more likely to get COVID-19.   Are people who smoke at more risk from COVID-19? Yes, if you smoke and get the COVID-19 virus, you increase your risk of developing more severe

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Know more about Haemophilia


December 12, 2020

What is Haemophilia? Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder in which a person lacks certain proteins called “clotting factors” and the blood doesn’t clot properly. This leads to excessive bleeding.   What causes it? The protein matter that serves as clotting factors help to keep the body in a state of equilibrium. Clotting factors facilitate

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