Vaccinate yourself against COVID-19 disinformation

The deadly COVID-19 pandemic has affected more than a hundred million victims with more than two million confirmed deaths. Safe and effective vaccine options from across the world have emerged offering a ray of hope. As the vaccination drive picks up, the threat of vaccine misinformation must be tackled at both the personal and administrative …

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What is Revenge Bedtime Procrastination?

Bedtime procrastination was first studied by Kroese et al in 2014 and defined as “going to bed later than intended while no external circumstances are accountable for doing so”. With this kind of procrastination being a common experience for many, researchers conducted a study with the main aim to demonstrate that bedtime procrastination was associated …

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Tips To Cope With Online Classes

The initial surge of excitement over online classes has long subsided and students are now faced with the reality of dealing with them on a daily basis. As an immediate aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, classrooms have given way to virtual media. Some students have been able to deal with this change while for most, …

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Life Lessons from Children

Children are considered immature, innocent and creatures without knowledge. You might have heard the people’s saying, ‘Don’t behave like a child’ or ‘You seem childish’. Such statements express our mentality about children. As a parent, teacher or society member we try to teach children, preach them and show the right path to make them better …

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Decoding the Blurring Boundaries of Work and Home During COVID-19

COVID-19 crisis has transformed the way we operate on environment. It is probably for the first time in this century that we have witnessed a period of halt in our lives. Because of the lack of vaccine, the only cure available is to take precautions. Social distancing, quarantine, mask, sanitizers, boosting immunity, hygiene maintenance are …

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Anti-Corona Psychological Task Force of India (ACPTFI)

To help people heal and recover from COVID-19, medicines are not enough, one also needs to stay positive throughout the recovery process. That is where the Anti-Corona Psychological Task Force of India (ACPTFI) steps in, members of this task force have been helping people affected by Coronavirus to deal with psychological issues since the lockdown …

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Helping children deal with online learning stress

The Covid19 pandemic has become a norm and in order to adapt, school and universities across the country have switched to online learning. Teachers and students have been asked to stay on with their syllabus through an online framework at home. This transition from physical well-run classroom-based to online learning can be utterly stressful for …

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