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Wellness

A walk after dinner: An aid to digestion?

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  Growing up in India, it was a ritual for our parents to step out for a walk after dinner. They said it helped ‘improve digestion'. Is...
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Tea and banana waste used to make non-toxic activated carbon

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  A team of scientists have used tea and banana waste to prepare non-toxic activated carbon, which, without any toxic agent, is useful for several...

National guidelines announced for allergy management at school

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  It’s been known for quite some time now that Australia is the “food allergy capital of the world”. One in 20 school-aged kids, it is...
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Why it is exciting to see Australia open up to Ayurveda

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  Ayurveda is an Indian term that the western world is finally beginning to pick up. A Sanskrit term made up of the root words...
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My life with PCOS: joining the ‘cysterhood’

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  For many women, going to the gynaecologist isn’t always a pleasant experience. I should know – I’ve had to schedule a doctor’s appointment every...
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It’s OK if you have a little cry in lockdown. You’re grieving

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  If you are one of the millions of Australians in lockdown, you are not alone in feeling a range of emotions difficult to put...
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Let’s talk about sex: Sexual health literacy survey by UoW

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  Lecturer in Sexology at the University of Sydney, Dr Vijay Ramanathan is actively working to improve sexual health literacy within the Indian community and...
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My first Dry July: surviving lockdown without a drink

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  As lockdown extends to the end of the month, some of us might be turning to that evening glass of wine to wrap up...
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Helping your child sleep in hospital

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  Sleeping well at night can make you feel better, give you more energy and promote health and healing. There's no denying that sleeping well...
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Pocketful of sunshine: how to work on your Vitamin D levels

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  As we continue to work from home, many of us may find ourselves going days without stepping outdoors. While it’s important to keep up...

Gratitude and art making to increase community wellbeing

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  We sat in a circle, taking turns to speak. We each recounted a small aspect of our lives we were grateful for. As we...
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The ultimate goal of meditation is Nirvana

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  Most people associate the idea of Nirvana with Gautama Buddha. And that is rightly so, because he made Nirvana (or Nibanna, as he termed...
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Dealing with loss in the family: How meditation can help

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  During this difficult time, many of us are struggling to absorb the infinite grief in our hearts for loved ones who have left us...

Things to remember this Mother’s Day

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  This year on Mother’s Day, some of us may be able to give mum a hug in person - a gesture we will never...
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5 videos that hit the mark on teaching young people about sex

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  Two videos were removed this week from the Australian government’s recently released sexuality education resource for schools. The government released the Good Society resource in mid April, which consists...
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Women, what would you tell your school age self?

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  Ahead of International Women's Day on 8 March, Monash University's Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah was asked to speak at a girl's school. The inspiring academic,...
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WATCH: Hindi poem about women empowerment

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  Ever have those days where nothing is going your way? You feel demotivated and wonder, "what's the point?". The last couple of weeks in Australia...
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I’m a sexual assault counsellor. Here’s why it’s so hard for survivors to come...

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  As a senior sexual assault counsellor working with Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, I often sit across from people on the worst day of...
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A tinnitus update on World Hearing Day

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  World Hearing Day is celebrated on 3 March to raise awareness on how to prevent deafness along with promoting ear care. I spoke to...
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Healthy food swaps

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A few simple changes to our regular diet can lead to a healthier and happier lifestyle, suggests GEETA KHURANA
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Pap smear: everything you need to know

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  Despite being the second most common cancer in women between the age group of 15 and 44 years of age, the awareness towards cervical...

Emotional Intelligence: 10 ways to improve self awareness

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  Emotional intelligence tends to fuel your performance on the personal front as well as professionally. Right from your self-assurance, empathy and positivity to your...

Encouraging good sleep habits in children

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  Sleep is a big part of your child’s good health. Children who regularly get an adequate amount of sleep have improved attention, behaviour, learning,...

Inside out: Men’s health month

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  We tell men when they are boys, “Be careful… you might hurt yourself.” We physically protect them because the ground is hard, and pain...
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Waste not, want not

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Don’t throw away your kitchen scraps; put them to work, writes GEETA KHURANA

‘Manifold increase in spine problems post-lockdown’

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As vital as the spine is for the body, problems occuring due to the sedentary lifestyle in lockdown have amplified manifold in the ongoing...

Ophthalmologist Dr Sudarshan Sachdev, a community ‘eye-con’

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To mark World Sight Day on 8 October, we chose to acknowledge the contributions of Dr Sudarshan Sachdev, one of the leading ophthalmologists of...

The snore story: Sleep apnea and depression – Is there a correlation?

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Depression is often also connected with sleep disordered breathing, and not only by conventional wisdom, but by increasing clinical evidence day after day. As...

World Heart Day: Heart failures and healthy hearts

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This World Heart Day, let’s have a light-hearted conversation about the importance of having a healthy heart and how one should take care of...

Skincare tips for when you workout

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Sip water, wear a hat and sunscreen, go bare faced, writes MINAL KHONA

Podcasts

Let’s Talk Boosters: Indian Link podcast

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  In LET'S TALK BOOSTERS, a new podcast series by Indian Link, host Ekta Sharma quizzes Dr Kritman Dhamoon of Blacktown Hospital Sydney about booster...
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‘Serving the community’: COVID testing in remote NSW

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  The past two years have been a rollercoaster of COVID-19 related turmoil; from isolating lockdowns, closed borders, to trying to help Indians in the...

Ep 9: What do young Indians want from love?

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  Growing up in Indian culture, most of us know that love has never been as popular as marriage. Even in the movies, the main...
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How accurate is your RAT? 3 scenarios show it’s about more...

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  As Omicron surges through the community, getting the right answer from a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) is not as straightforward as reading one or...
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Sagarika Venkat is finalist in Young Citizen of the Year award

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  What were you doing when you were 12 years old? Not receiving a ‘Highly Commended’ award on Australia Day, to be sure. Sydney’s Sagarika Venkat was...
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Deepak-Raj Gupta OAM: Community, business and politics

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  Deepak-Raj Gupta has been honoured in this year’s Australia Day Honours with the OAM for service to the community of Canberra. “I feel honoured and...