The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognizes World Mental Health Day on October 10th every year which aims to raise awareness on mental health, put an end to the stigma that has forced many to suffer in silence and to mobilise efforts in support of mental health. The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines mental health “as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.”
“Mita de apni hasti ko, agar kuchh martaba chahe Ki dana khaak me mil ke gul-e-gulzaar hota hai”
These lines by Iqbal have always been the mantra of life for me, never more so than when training for my first marathon. I remember the conversation clearly when I called my wife from the ship in July 2017.
FIRST FULL MARATHON OF MY LIFE…..AT SHRIRAM PROPERTIES BENGALURU MARATHON – on 15th of Oct 2017….completed in 04 hrs 41 minutes…feeling on top of the world…indeed a great experience…. with awesome weather at Bengaluru…. great event….superbly organized….really world class by NEB Sports starting / finishing at Kanteerava Stadium.
I am Satyajeet, Electro-Technical Officer, currently working with Anglo-eastern Ship Management. In this regard I would like to share my experience about attaining the Half Ironman tag by completing 70.3 ironman in Delhi triathlon championship on 5th of Nov 2017.
In general, stress is related to both external and internal factors. External factors include the physical environment, including your job, your relationships with others, your home, and all the situations, challenges, difficulties, and expectations you’re confronted with on a daily basis.
CANCER-BASICS – Dr. J. Mathew, M.D., Dr. Suparna Banavar M.D. World Cancer Day is marked on February 4 to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide and the total number of cases globally is increasing. Tobacco-related cancers account for almost one-third of…
What causes AIDS? AIDS is caused by a virus (HIV) that gradually attacks immune system cells. As HIV progressively damages these cells, the body becomes more vulnerable to infections. . It can be years before HIV has damaged the immune system enough for AIDS to develop. There are two types of HIV virus, i.e. HIV-1…