rs chosen by our healthcare workers. Nurses are the lifeline of our healthcare system. On duty, come rain or sunshine. A day without nurses in hospitals cannot be dreamt of because it is impossible and catastrophic.
You will not ring the bell of a home where you are welcomed without a smile. This is the simplest description of client servicing. Be it a street eatery or a multinational company, they are running fundamentally on two core aspects: Quality and Service.
Holding the baby for long hours, cleaning poop with a smile on face, singing lullabies relentlessly, spending sleepless nights are the most common scenes of new motherhood. But what is not seen are the collateral surges of emotional drain-outs, restlessness, insomnia, anxiety, panic, bouts of despondency and detachment. While the former is normal, the latter is compelled to be normalized.
Fingers constantly working on laptops, eyes lost in the starlight of the screen, and mind battling
with anger, fear, anxiety, judgments, and pressure to win the race! This is the image of a modern
human working to earn a little more and finding peace a little less. The struggle of the mind
against the world has led to an increase in mental health issues.
Needles, pills, liquid diets, and a room with the daunting odor of disease, are things a cancer patient is never devoid of experiencing. Cancer is a disease that takes a human down physically and mentally; a disease in which your own body cells refuse to listen to you. This metastasizing monster has its claws all over the globe and the entire healthcare community is leaving no stones unturned to find that perfect cure.
She was unfamiliar with the bacteria inside her and hence even after taking Multi-Drug- Therapy she didn’t eat or sleep with her children for more than four years. The universe might be testing her as she lost her husband during this span of her life. She was denied her rights towards her husband’s estate.
In recent times, Breast Cancer has been one of the predominant cancers. How predominant? Let’s have a look at the numbers. A total of 7.8 million women were diagnosed worldwide within the 5-year period according to the WHO (World Health Organization) statistics reported at the end of 2020.