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I am proud of being a hearing impaired person

Being a hearing impaired person is part of my identity, as much as being an Indian or a Dilliwala, and it hasn’t...

A Person with Profound Hearing Loss in a Multi-lingual Group Conversation

Vijay Krishnamani, born with profound hearing loss in both ears, gives an interesting personal account on how following...

Recognize Asthma triggers and follow treatment

A child suffering from asthma can give parents many tense moments and sleepless nights. Early diagnosis, right...

Take Asthma seriously and treat it quickly

Anjali Sen, 78  has had Asthma almost all her life and she recounts how she has grappled with this...

The Tough and Tender Caregiver

Many caregivers feel guilty and think it is wrong to get tough with their loved ones, even if the intention is to help...

I Breathe, No More

Diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, author and neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi chronicles his illness and death in an...

Life after cancer

By Geetha Paniker, a survivor of triple negative cancer with double mastectomy. A believer of being positive...

Waiting to Belong

Forlorn and aching I write... Of a lost heart waiting to belong... Waiting to Belong I wake up thanking God...

I just couldn’t believe that I could get Parkinson’s

Five-years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Nazim Lakhani still continues to question his fate. Why...

My father’s Parkinson’s did not begin with tremors

Although 80-years-old, my father is putting up a valorous fight to slow down the progression of Parkinson’s disease by...

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