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Mid-Day Premium Organ damage and death by heatstroke: Doctors spell out health tips

Mumbaikars are trying their best to keep themselves cool during this blazing heat, but the risk of heat-induced ailments cannot be ignored. Mid-day.com dialled city health experts to seek guidance on how citizens can protect themselves from heatstrokes

22 April,2024 09:30 AM IST | Mumbai | Aakanksha Ahire
Heatstroke occurs when the body can no longer control its temperature. Photo Courtesy: Sameer Abedi

Psychologist explains how social media is ruining your mental health

    Psychologist explains how social media is ruining your mental health

    In today's hyper-connected world, social media platforms can be both a source of inspiration and a breeding ground for negativity. From FOMO to Body Dysmorphia, social media has come with its own set of challenges posing a high risk to our mental health well-being. In this video, Psychotherapist and trainer - Dr. Arvinder J. Singh (Director, Ashoka Centre for Well-Being) in conversation with Katyayani Kapoor explains how the social media is impacting our mental health and how one can save oneself from the varied challenges arising to our mental health. Our expert guest shares her perspectives and personal experiences, shedding light on the importance of setting boundaries, cultivating self-awareness, and prioritizing self-care in the digital age.

    19 April,2024 07:04 PM IST

    Travel News

    Everest mountaineer's letters that survived 75 years, digitised for the 1st time

    The bulk of the collection is made up of letters written between Mallory and his wife Ruth, from the time of their engagement in 1914 until his death on Everest in 1924. Among them are the very last letter he wrote before his final Everest summit attempt and three letters that were retrieved from his body in 1999

    22 April,2024 04:50 PM IST | New Delhi | IANS

    Relationships News

    Gen Z daters in India use dating apps as a tool for self-exploration: Study

    21 per cent of men and women over 27 say that paying attention to certain behavioural patterns while using dating apps can be beneficial in detecting self-image issues

    16 April,2024 03:49 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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