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Watch- ‘Paisa Do Banda Marva Lo’: Surjit Singh Jyani

Chandigarh: The health minister of Punjab, Surjit Singh Jyani was influenced by the money power. In his state to electronic media he expressed his perception about the money power. While talking to media in Hoshiarpur, he quoted the contract killing to a normal thing, “a person can be killed by floating money and money can

Watch- ‘Paisa Do Banda Marva Lo’: Surjit Singh Jyani

Chandigarh: The health minister of Punjab, Surjit Singh Jyani was influenced by the money power. In his state to electronic media he expressed his perception about the money power. While talking to media in Hoshiarpur, he quoted the contract killing to a normal thing, “a person can be killed by floating money and money can

Getting out of bad relationship good for your health

New York: While high-quality relationships are associated with better physical and mental health for young people, faster they get out of low-quality relationships, the better their health, says a new study. “Low-quality relationships are detrimental to health. The findings suggest that it’s better for health to be single than to be in a low-quality relationship,”

City schools to be accredited as ‘Health Promoting Schools’

Chandigarh: Schools in Chandigarh will now be accredited as “Health Promoting Schools.” The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has agreed to fund an unique project propounded by Dr J S Thakur, Professor of Community Medicines, School of Public Health, PGI, Chandigarh. Concerned over the increasing trend among school-going children, the health research wing of

Bella Hadid cried over mother’s ill health

Los Angeles: Model Bella Hadid says she used to cry about being helpless as far as her mother Yolanda Hadid’s battle with Lyme disease was concerned. Bella, 19, “proud” of her mother for the way she has coped with the condition – which both she and her brother Anwar have also been diagnosed with. She

Air pollution may affect mental health in kids

London: Increased exposure to air pollution can negatively affect the brain as well as mental development of children and adolescents, finds a new study. The findings showed that air pollution increased the risk of at least one psychiatric diagnosis for children and adolescents. In particular, the concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter (PM10