A step towards breaking taboos

In Ranchi, on October 15, 2023 — the first day of Navaratri this year — a woman named Sakshi Gupta returned to her family’s home after the end of her marriage.

published on : 2nd November 2023

Common myths on Antidepressants

The duration of the treatment depends on each individual. Some may need it long term, for others it would be short term.

published on : 26th September 2023

Myth buster Acne

There are so many myths about Acne that it becomes hard to tell apart the myth from the fact. Let's look at some of the myths and learn facts that help with Acne. 

published on : 19th September 2023

Myths busting

Dr Pragya Shukla, Head of Clinical Oncology, Delhi State Cancer Institute, clears misconceptions about cancer treatment

published on : 12th September 2023

Myths, hesitancy behind low rate of adult immunisation, reveals survey

While 43 per cent of ageing adults stated they did not think they needed adult vaccines because they were not at risk of falling ill.

published on : 27th August 2023

Police case against NSS prayer-protest march to Secretariat on Shamseer's speech

According to the First Information Report, the case has been registered under the charges of unlawful assembly, obstruction of traffic and rioting.

published on : 3rd August 2023

Karnataka, Maharashtra BPL families have highest menstrual myths: Survey

Of the total 1,800 people surveyed, 33 per cent of the boys from rural Karnataka had strong misconceptions.

published on : 25th June 2023
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