Tag: behaviour

How Social Media Impacts Women’s Mental Health

Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, influencing the way we communicate, share, and connect with the world. Despite its undeniable advantages, it’s imperative to acknowledge the profound influence it wields over our mental well-being. Within this intricate landscape, the impact of social media on women’s mental health emerges as an issue of escalating concern. The Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) on Social Media & Digital Detox […]

Promoting Healthy Eating Habits for Positive Behavioural Outcomes in Kids

Promoting healthy eating habits in children is essential for their overall well-being and positive behavioural outcomes. Establishing these habits early in life can set the foundation for a lifetime of good health. Some of the Strategies that can promote healthy eating habits in kids are: Lead by Example: Children often model their behaviour after adults. If they see you making healthy food choices and enjoying nutritious meals, […]

Health Communication Franchise: Empowering Health through Creative Engagement

Health communication often starts as “unsought content,” only becoming “sought content” when individuals actively seek it during health crises. Recognizing this dynamic, it’s imperative for health organizations and professionals to proactively deliver timely, reliable information. Leveraging Content Marketing for Health Education Harnessing storytelling and artistic expression as tools for health education offers a potent approach to public health campaigns. Narratives, art, music, and performance can captivate audiences, […]

Building a Supportive Environment: Five Pitfalls to Steer Clear of After Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis

Navigating life after your child’s autism diagnosis can be challenging, but creating a supportive environment is crucial for their development and well-being. Here are five pitfalls to avoid: One of the most significant pitfalls is succumbing to negative attitudes and stigmatizing beliefs about autism. It’s essential to remember that autism is a neurodevelopmental difference, not a disease. Embrace and celebrate your child’s […]

वृद्धाश्रम

डॉ. अर्जुन जब से कानपुर देहात के  जिला अस्पताल में CMO  बन कर आये हैं , उनका सामाजिक दायरा भी बढ गया है . चूंकि वह सरकारी  पद पर कार्यरत थे इसलिये वह लोगों से उनके प्रायवेट कार्यक्रमों से अधिकांशतः  हाथ जोड़ कर  माफी मांग लेते थे  लेकिन  फिर भी किन्हीं कार्यक्रमों में मना करते […]

Fostering a Leadership Culture

Leaders should openly motivate, encourage, and acknowledge the small achievements of individuals and departments. By fostering a culture of self-reflection, leaders can identify and address their own biases, creating a more inclusive leadership style. Institutions should foster a culture of accountability among academic leaders. Faculties and staff often leave for other colleges, not solely for […]

Parenting Children with Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Related Disorders

Parenting for those who choose is a source of great joy and satisfaction. However one cannot deny that with the responsibility of a child comes a set of unique challenges and trials specific to this role, irrespective of whether it is a child with typical development or one with developmental difficulties. Children with developmental disabilities […]

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