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Some basic healthy habits that everyone should follow.



Maintaining a healthy lifestyle does not need giving up activities you enjoy. Being healthy entails maintaining a fit and healthy body. You might be 100 pounds and still be unhealthy, or you can be 200 pounds and still be healthy. The key to staying healthy is to practise moderation and retain a sense of balance. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of some very simple yet incredibly crucial healthy behaviours that you should have or adopt to live a healthy life.

Start your day early

The early hours of the morning are the most serene, and if you start your day on time, you can get a lot done. It is, however, critical to acquire at least 6 hours of sleep every day. It doesn’t have to be 4 a.m., but neither should it be 10 p.m.

Start positive

Don’t start your day by ruminating on what went wrong or what went right. Instead, consider how you might make the most of the present moment. Negative thoughts are cleared from your head, allowing you to focus on more important issues. Sulking over the past will just add to your stress and negatively impact your mental health.

Don’t skip breakfast

There’s a reason why breakfast is regarded as the most important meal of the day. A nutritious breakfast will keep you energised throughout the day. If you don’t have time to prepare an extravagant dinner, consider a simple breakfast of fruit and cereal. If you are overweight or obese, you must consume a well-balanced diet free of junk food.

Go for a walk

Walking after meals improves digestion and lowers the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Going for a walk outside is beneficial since the fresh air helps to open up your body and mind. Even if you routinely exercise and go to the gym, schedule time for a short walk after each meal. 

Oral and physical hygiene

Maintaining excellent cleanliness is critical for both physical and mental wellness. Keep yourself and your surroundings clean, from your teeth and body to your home and car. Take some time for yourself to practise self-care. Keep your hair, skin, teeth, and nails in good shape. Cleanliness is a vital part of living a healthy lifestyle. 

Drink water

Only around half of all adults in the United States drink more than four glasses of water every day. Water aids in calorie regulation, muscle energization, and bowel movement. It even benefits your skin by avoiding wrinkles and dryness! The country boasts one of the world’s lowest water consumption rates. 


Exercising keeps your bones strong, burns calories, and keeps you in shape. Any type of physical activity that puts a small amount of strain on your body can assist both your body and mind. Physical activity helps to maintain the health of your organs while also strengthening your muscles. Choose your favourite activity, such as cycling, dancing, yoga, or going to the gym, and create a routine around it.

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The right pricing will be crucial for the launch of Zydus Cadila’s vaccine.




The destiny of Zydus Cadila’s Covid vaccine is in doubt, as the vaccine’s price appears to be delaying its introduction into the vaccination program. The business has received emergency use authorization from the FDA to inject its Covid vaccine, ZyCoV-D, to children aged 12 to 18.

Zydus Cadila, located in Ahmedabad, has imported the pharmaJet, a needle-free applicator for painless intradermal vaccine delivery. 

Each jet is responsible for delivering a specific amount of vaccination. 

As a result, a single dose is split into two shots, one for each arm. “It’s an expensive device and hence jacks up the overall price,” a government official said.

Around 20,000 dosages can be administered with the jet injector.

The government has been purchasing Covaxin at 225 per dosage and Covishield, another Covid vaccine developed in India, at 215 per dose.

The price of the Zydus Cadila vaccine, according to Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, will be significantly more than that of existing vaccines.

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The next wave of healthcare innovation




Healthcare industry is currently one of the leaders in this race of startups. From Practo to Netmeds, India has seen companies go progress exponentially.  

Launched in March 2021, Know Your Prescription (KYP) is a patient-centric product that explains the prescription and addresses general, treatment-related queries in English, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and Malayalam.   

 KYP assists in the understanding of medical prescriptions. All a patient has to do is visit the AI-enabled portal (QR code), which, after proper diligence, connects them to a WhatsApp number. They are paired with pharmacists or retired medical professionals in order to fully comprehend what their prescription entails. This reduces medication errors while also improving patient compliance and adherence.  

 The product is specially designed keeping the general population in mind, and the startup is eyeing a pan-India audience “with a major focus on Tier II and III cities”.

 The Delhi-based startup, with a team size of 12, has also signed a three-year contract with Centre for Sight, which is one of the largest chains in India with more than 47 centres.  

 It hopes to develop an app soon that will allow users to submit their questions, as well as onboard   qualified pharmacists and doctors to assist them.  

 As of now, KYP has over 5,000 unique paid clients. By Diwali, SiCureMi intends to implement a Rs 299   yearly membership scheme. Users will be able to upload prescriptions an unlimited number of   times as a result of this.

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The pandemic may take the sparkle out of India’s Diwali spending in 2021




Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in India. Every state has its puja and rituals to bring in this colorful festival.

Every year, people tend to spend a lot of money during this festive season. From crackers to sweets and dresses, a lot of money flows through businesses in the festive season. 

However, after the pandemic, things have changed and Diwali spending saw a huge downfall in 2020. 

Diwali spending not expected to recover in 2021

In 2019, Diwali was one of the fastest-growing business periods. Over 43% of Indians spent tons of money during this festive period. However, COVID-19 struck hard in 2020 leading India to enter into a pandemic season. With the whole country on lockdown and cases increasing, the big question was how would the festive period be treated in 2020.

To no surprise, Diwali 2020 reached a major low leading a lot of businesses to reach a loss. Only 17% claimed to have been eager to spend during the festival season in 2020. 

However, as Diwali 2021 approaches and COVID-19 has been accepted as the new normal, the question arises again, Will Diwali spending fully recover this year? The answer is there will be a small recovery and growth, but not a complete one. According to a survey carried out by YouGov, Diwali spending was calculated and it was shown that it rose by 10 points this year, with 91% of urban Indians saying they would be spending more this year.

While the festive season appears and everyone looks forward to celebrating, it is important to keep in mind that the pandemic is still around us and we need to ensure all safety measures are undertaken in this fight against COVID-19. 

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