As COVID-19 has forced India into a lockdown, working women and homemakers are facing the brunt of added emotional and physical labour at home.
Being forced to live with abusive families may be detrimental to victims’ mental health causing them to experience feelings of anger and helplessness.
Universities are offering mental health resources for students to cope with the global pandemic.
Hundreds of Indian techies have come together to develop and manufacture much needed items like face shields in the war against COVID-19.
“The ultimate test of human character is resilience.”
“Epilepsy doesn’t have to be a lonely journey.”
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, provisions for mid-day meals for children at-risk and those from low-income families in New Delhi remain unclear.
Growing up with a chronic illness affects your body image and self-confidence, say two women who live with chronic illnesses.
A new study found that people are happier saving money for themselves over giving it away to charity.