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Green tea

Green Tea Author – Mahek Lakhyani Roll no. – MBA_FIN_10005 INTRODUCTION Camellia sinensis L. is popularly known as green tea, and is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. There are many primary metabolites, such as organic acids, amino acids, and carbohydrates, present at different concentrations in the tea leaves. In addition, secondary metabolites, which include alkaloids and polyphenols, are also present that influence many biological and pharmacological activities, such as anti-microbial, anti-tumor, and anti-oxidative properties. In addition, the quality of the tea leaves is determined by these metabolites, which are influenced by different factors such as species Read More
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China The first human transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus, the virus responsible for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), was reported to occur in Wuhan, China on November 17, 2019. On March 11, 2020, following identification of 118,000 Covid-19 cases in 114 countries responsible for nearly 4300 deaths, the World Health Organization recognized Covid-19 as a pandemic. Other countries In some European, North American, and South East Asian countries and territories, the first wave of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic was showing a decline in late June 2020 when it was raging in other parts of the world, particularly Read More
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Negative impacts of Corona Virus

Negative Impacts of Corona Virus in India Author: Yukta Mehta 1. History of corona Virus In December 2019, COVID-19 was first identified in Wuhan, China, as a respiratory tract infection causing symptoms, such as fever, chills, dry cough, fatigue, and shortness of breath. This atypical viral pneumonia has disabled the world, causing catastrophic health and economic losses. COVID-19 was declared as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the end of January, according to the standards of International Health Regulations (2005) by the World Health Organization. On 30 January 2020, India reported the country’s first case of COVID-19 in Read More
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Impact of stress during covid times

Impact of stress during covid times Author-Dhanistha Dave Stress formation Covid -19 has created havoc in the life of humans. Dong, et al (2020) stated through their survey that during pandemic Covid 19 due to its constant reporting in the media have increased distress-related psychological problems such as anxiety, depression, and insomnia among the humans. Due to this fear the hypothalamus liberates the corticotropin-releasing hormone. (CRH) in response to emotional distress, which in turn, activates the pituitary gland to liberate the adrenocorticotropic hormone causing the liberation of cortisol from the adrenal cortex. Cortisol, a glucocorticoid hormone, affects the body in Read More
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Impact on Mental health during Covid-19

Business Research Methodology Author- Bhagwati Sharma Impact on Mental health during Covid-19 COVID-19 and psychological distress The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly caused a lot of distress and resulted in severe mental issues. The study aimed to identify psycho-social factors that predicted distress among Indian population during the spread of novel Coronavirus. The survey was conducted considering the various factors to arrive at the best result. Evaluating a cut-off point of 3 for distress, the results showed that 53.86% of the people considered for analysis were under high distress. Within the socio-demographic factors, the respondents in the age group of 21–35 Read More
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Evolution of skin and health care

EVOLUTION OF SKIN AND HEALTH CARE NAMITA KSHATRIYA MBA HR 10006 SPICES AND NUTRITION Spices and condiments have played an essential role in human nutrition and participated in developing most cultures worldwide. The nutrients and phytochemicals in spices, extra virgin olive oil and flavorings are widely in traditional medicine, pharmaceuticals, dental preparation, aromatherapy and nutraceuticals. Currently, the cosmetic industry uses spices and extra virgin olive oil to prepare food supplements and topical skincare cosmetics to combat blemishes from the inside and outside simultaneously. (Laneri, S. (2021) ) INTRODUCTION TO ESSENTIAL OILS Essential oils are defined as the product obtained by Read More
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YOGA AND MEDITATIONS BENEFITS Saloni M Deshmukh JDBIMS MBA HRM 10003 Physical Activity benefits for bereaved this review was the first to systematically investigate the role physical activities plays in the lives of those who have been bereaved. The review suggests physical activity may be one approach to consider as possible future therapy to benefit individuals who have experienced bereavement. Physical activity will be helpful only if it is structured .Yoga and meditation together will help them in dealing with their depression. Learning lessons for healthcare professionals even after experiencing all the prior disasters and infectious epidemics and pandemics, the Read More
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Empowering Women

Empowering Women Saloni Bibvekar E- Learning: Wong, A and all (2020) has done great for women like Workplace-based training and development programs which were necessary to help individuals enhance their skills and knowledge, adapt to societal change and advance their careers. One way to approach this need for women is to offer Leaders for Work-Integrated e-Learning learning training such as women leadership programs, they also designed equipment to women with leadership and business development skills. These programs help women progress into senior management and board positions by focusing on the development of self-awareness as well as leadership skills, building strong Read More
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Uses Of Information Technology in Several Sectors

Uses Of Information Technology in Several Sectors Prerna Uttam Chavan Digital learning Information Technology Media and Communication can improve the quality of education. Social distance learning creates its own challenges in the world of education which is the new normal. The teachers started making their own videos for learning and student support. They share these videos on social media like youtube,udemy,etc and also through voice notes. This is possible because of information technology with the help of computers and the internet which provides an assignment and modulus. To teach the students, teachers should stay updated with software skills using information Read More
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How Indian Stock Market has reacted to the unprecedented Covid-19

How Indian Stock Market has reacted to the unprecedented Covid-19 Author: Ms. Bhakti A Papnoi Global market’s reaction to the global pandemic The world’s most recent unannounced pandemic – Covid 19 has created financial crisis all around the globe. COVID-19 was first detected on November 17, 2019. From that day onward, the situation has been deteriorating. The GDP loss of the world is estimated to be up to 5.9%. Forecast losses and uncertain futures translate into low expected cash flows, rising real and perceived risks, and, as a result, falling stock prices. Khanthavit, A. (2020). Covid -19 Impact on Top Read More
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