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Dr Simpy Sethi Khanna

With an interest in research, Dr Simpy Sethi Khanna developed a passion for writing over a period of time. She has been working as a content writer for more than 5 years, with an expertise in the medical domain.
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The Singapore haze that made to the cover story​ of all national and local dailies​

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Singapore has been facing the issue of haze from the past several decades owing to its proximity to Indonesia. However, the air quality declined to unhealthy levels for the first time in the previous three years, reported the National Environment […]

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Is your work-life​​ killing your back?

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Here are some simple solutions to relieve your lower back pain Have you ever noticed that golfers stick their leg backwards while retrieving a ball from the hole? While it helps them with their stance, it is also an excellent […]

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Lifesaving travel essentials that we all need

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With substantial progress in the field of technology, more and more gadgets are becoming available to make life easier and more comfortable. The world of travel is no exception when the talking point is gadgets. When you are travelling, gadgets […]

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Five apps that help you meditate and gain mindfulness for free

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Mindfulness has emerged as a popular wellness trend across the globe from the past few years. More and more people are realizing its importance in their busy and stressful lives. Practising meditation along with self-care can help in recharging mind […]

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Six everyday habits that can help combat climate change

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“If there’s a world here in a hundred years, it’s going to be saved by tens of millions of little things.” Pete Seeger “This is not just a forest that is burning,” said Rosana Villar of Greenpeace, who helped CNN […]

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Why environmentalists are urging to ban trash imports

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The influx of trash from developed economies is transforming the developing countries into toxic dumpsites. The 10-country Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) receive more than a quarter of global plastic waste, mostly from the developed nations including Canada, the […]

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