Tips to Maintain Weight In an Inexpensive Way

I’m calling it maintaining and not losing because this article is about adopting healthy lifestyle more so and mainly for those who live a relatively sedentary life and are not active gym goers. Springing out of the bed in week 1 to go to your newly registered Zumba or CrossFit training session is easy and exciting, after all you’ve paid a handful amount to get … Continue reading Tips to Maintain Weight In an Inexpensive Way

What Freedom from Glasses Really Mean? It Means Lasik

Remember how difficult it was for you to swallow when you knew you had to wear those spectacles probably forever? Made you feel like a granny alright. Such a change to your physical appearance is often hard to accept. Yes you do have the option of lenses to modify your look for a while but for how long? They only offer a short relief but … Continue reading What Freedom from Glasses Really Mean? It Means Lasik

Her Health is Equally Important – #NoMenWithoutWomen

‘Walks in my working lady after 8 days of unannounced holidays; obviously I was infuriated as hell, who wouldn’t be? The whole house had come down to a chaos without her. Still furious, I asked her what urgency made her vanish like this; and I was already expecting a similar answer about her kids being ill, husband not well, or some sudden death in her … Continue reading Her Health is Equally Important – #NoMenWithoutWomen

The Gastroenterology Forum of Pakistan organizes symposium to address GERD Management

Heat waves has taken over a multiple cities in Pakistan, giving rise mot just to temperatures but also increasing the risk of infections and diseases. Intense heat tends to expedite the food rotting process and it’s extremely inadvisable to eat or drink anything from vendors that keep their stuff out in the open exposed to the heat. This could lead to severe gastric infections and … Continue reading The Gastroenterology Forum of Pakistan organizes symposium to address GERD Management

#AgahiZaruriHai – An Informative Session on Menstrual Hygiene

This is one such topic I would usually avoid or hesitate to talk or discuss in public, but sometimes matters of such sort become so grave and can impact directly on someone’s life that they need to be addresses by hook or by crook. Recently I was invited over to a session by a friend who works as a product manager at Hilton Pharma here … Continue reading #AgahiZaruriHai – An Informative Session on Menstrual Hygiene

WASH – Willingness to Pay for Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Recently a survey, WASH, took place in Jacobabad (Interior Sindh) by UN HABITAT and Unicef to assist the Sindh government, which is the municipal development and services organization in Pakistan, regarding water and sanitation facilities in the area. WASH stands for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. The survey was about the quality of services and water being currently delivered and utilized by the people there and … Continue reading WASH – Willingness to Pay for Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

“Suno” – Breaking Stereotypes About Mental Illness

The best thing about theatre is that it has a limited audience but all the more larger impact from powerful impact and message delivered from a small act. ‘Suno!’ is another strong act being performed at the Arts Council these days, which throws light on one of the most common issues of our society, depression and mental disturbance. The Dawood Foundation in support with Taskeen [an … Continue reading “Suno” – Breaking Stereotypes About Mental Illness

Heat Stroke Awareness & Preventive Measures

A few days ago, I received an email regarding the ongoing heat wave and tips to protect yourself and others from it in case of a stroke. Here is what I received: If you suspect someone has heat exhaustion, follow the advice outlined below. Get them to rest in a cool place – ideally a room with air conditioning or, if this is not possible, somewhere … Continue reading Heat Stroke Awareness & Preventive Measures

Time Saved = Life saved #MarhamBano

Most of us, when we fall mildly or severely sick, tend to first resort to home remedies, learnings from precedents or call up a family doctor and ask for a quick cure over the phone because falling ill regularly is considered common in this part of the world. However, at times, this reckless behaviour tends to aggravate certain initially appearing common sicknesses into something fearsome … Continue reading Time Saved = Life saved #MarhamBano