A web content copywriter for businesses in wellness and health, design and marketing. I specialise in blog posts and website content for businesses that want to boost traffic and conversions.
Before children are born, developing neurons (aka brain cells) organize into layers to form the cerebral cortex, the outermost part of the brain.
But in some children, the brain cells fail to organize in the way they're genetically supposed to. When this occurs, the cerebral cortex does not form properly. This condition is known as cortical dysplasia and is associated with seizures, epilepsy, and developmental delays.
Because the neurons failed to migrate into their proper formation, brain co...
An interview with Madhavi Nawana Parker where she talks about compassionate leadership. This video interview was presented at the SEEMA International Women's Day 2021 summit online which had a viewership of over 25000.
Respiratory depression, also known as hypoventilation or hypoventilatory syndrome, is the abnormal retention of carbon dioxide in the blood because of the poor exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen within the lungs.
Slow and shallow breathing characterizes this breathing disorder, sometimes as low as 8 to 10 breaths per second. The normal breathing rate is between 12 and 20 breaths per second.
During normal breathing, the blood carries inhaled oxygen to all the tissues of the body while remov...
Indian baby names stem from ancient mythology, religious text, tradition, and the amalgamation of so many cultures and religions that live together in the sub-continent.
With over 19,500 languages and dialects spoken in India, baby names can vary from region to region, giving rise to a plethora of interesting baby names. Most Indian names are in Hindi or Urdu that have roots in Indo-Aryan languages like Sanskrit, along with influences of Persian and Arabic.
Many names like Pooja, Rohit, Anjal...
(ghostwriting) In an increasingly digitally connected world, where more potential customers are looking online to do research and make purchase decisions, a manufacturer’s website needs to stand out from the competition, engage with website visitors and generate high-quality leads.
One central tenet of a successful website is user experience and every element and style on your website needs to address this. That is why most of the website trends for 2021 address greater user experience.
Here are seven must-have’s manufacturer’s will want to include on their website this year.
This project involved copywriting and research for the copy of the entire website. It also included writing whitepapers on topics related to Augmented Reality and AR marketing for various industry types such as Education, Real Estate, Marketing and Manufacturing.
Developed by Japanese psychiatrist Shoma Morita in the early 20th century, Morita is a response-orientated therapy. Meena Azzollini looks at the four steps involved in the process and evaluates the effectiveness of Morita Therapy.
Our emotions are an integral part of our everyday life, whether we feel happy, sad, frustrated, angry or surprised. Indeed, our emotions make the human experience rich and every emotion that we feel is important. Emotions guide the choices we make and the decisions ...
When you sell your home you want to present your home in a way that is appealing to potential buyers and that is where a professional property stylist comes in.
If you are wondering why hire a professional property stylist, then let’s look at these five benefits of home styling.
Sell your home faster
A buyer usually decides whether they like a property in the first 30 secs, so that big first impression has an enormous impact on whether your property has the potential to sell fast or not.
Finding peace and quiet in modern times can be a challenge, but the health benefits of doing so – including stress relief and improved clarity – are proven. Meena Azzollini discovers 10 ways in which the power of silence can help to heal your mind and body.
We live in an increasingly noisy world. The constant drone of traffic, household appliances, music, television and sounds in public places is disturbing sleep and increasing stress levels for many people. Escaping noise is a modern-day cha...
Making and drinking chai is woven into the very fabric of life in India and amongst Indians. If you’re a chai drinker, then you have experienced the soothing and calming ritual of making the tea, and savoring its sweet taste.
There is a certain restorative magic to this journey — from making tea to consuming it — for the mind, body, and soul.
Uppma Virdi, a young lawyer from Australia, set out to share this authentic, all-encompassing experience with the western world. That is how a “chaiwall...
(ghostwriting) More Americans are considering multigenerational living—where related people of different generations live together—for various reasons. Whether to accommodate ageing parents or to support adult children, this living arrangement is changing the way homes are designed to accommodate everyone.
But buying a new home that offers multigenerational living plans is not on everyone’s radar at the moment. Most common is to renovate or recreate your existing home that supports living together under one...
Your body is made up of millions of cells, interacting and communicating with each other as you go about your daily life.
Most of the cellular communication takes place deep within your cells. Redox signaling molecules which lie within the mitochondria of each cell have a considerable part to play in this — as they go about detecting damage to your cells and working to protect, restore and rejuvenate these cells.
The process of cellular communication is complicated, but it runs seamlessly whe...
From a dancer and choreographer to a global CFO of a multinational company, Revati Puranik has experienced quite a few life lessons in her 47-years on this planet. With every experience in her life, Revati is constantly learning, expanding awareness and unifying aspects of herself.
Revati, also known as Rani to her friends, is the Global CFO of Worldwide Oilfield Machine (WOM), a corporate global manufacturing enterprise for the oil and gas industry and the railway industry. She also serves a...
Have you noticed that most things around you are made of plastic? You are touching plastic every few seconds—from your toothbrush to your computer keyboard. It’s in your car, in your apartment, in your clothes — practically everything you use.
Plastic is cheap, lightweight, rigid and flexible, making it a popular option for a variety of applications such as packaging, building material, vehicles, electronics, sporting equipment, and household products.