India is a country with polluted air, unhygienic food, mostly contaminated water sources, and densely packed dwellings. Researchers have found this whole hap-hazard living situation of millions of Indians makes them susceptible to many non-communicable illnesses such as chronic respiratory diseases, cancer, heart conditions, and
While India is ready to celebrate Diwali – the festival of lights, several states and Union Territories (UTs) have imposed a ban on firecrackers and its sale due to an increase in air pollution and rising coronavirus cases in the country during the winter season.
The novel coronavirus has been ravaging the land for quite some time now and it is likely to stay for some more. While the whole world is struggling in its grip, a cure for coronavirus is nowhere in sight until mid-2021, as the World Health
Two weeks still remain of the coronavirus lockdown in India and the citizens are already getting restless. Many people are violating the protocols and keep wandering around without any important work amidst the lockdown. As the coronavirus cases increase even as the Indian government has
The recent coronavirus outbreak which originated in China’s Hubei Province, was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) after the virus rapidly infected many countries across the globe. Over 2,33,09,500 people have been diagnosed with the deadly virus and the death toll is