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Help cyclist without arms to buy a cycle

Jagwinder Singh was born without hands. today he is a state champion in cycling. Super Singh dreams to win the Asian Para-Cycling Championship 2017 for which he needs a customized bicycle. In order to help him raise funds, Migme has started a campaign through which its users, as well as the general public, can contribute towards his cycle to help him achieve his dream. Supporters can buy virtual gifts and send them to Super Singh’s profile. The funds accumulated through these gifts will be given to Super Singh so that he can buy his cycle, so please help Super Singh achieve his dreams, and donate today!

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Finding Dory with #ColgateMagicalStories

When I asked Vihaan what story he can think of with these sea animals, without a thought he replied, “Finding Dory.” Well, that’s the recent movie we’d watched and with full of sea characters in the movie, he could at once relate it to these characters. I had cut them and gave it to him without prompting with any of my ideas. The video you see below is an unedited version of a story he had come up with. It is incoherent, well to us, but he was creating a story to himself. I can tell him 100’s of stories but one little story, though incoherent and without meaning from him at this age seemed certainly precious.

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MediGuardians: An Online facilitator of Medical Tourism in India

A few years ago, developed countries like US and UK were sought-after for world-class medical treatments. However, the medical scenario in the last decade has seen remarkable changes that increasing number of patients from other countries travel across the globe to India to seek medical help. As a result, medical tourism in India has emerged as an independent health-care sector with promising growth rate. According to a report by confederation of Indian Industry, the number of medical tourists in India has surged from around 2 lakhs in 2005 to 32 lakhs in 2015.

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Why is it important to catch-up on a child’s lost growth?

Most mothers I meet share worry-filled food tales of their children. It isn’t abnormal for a child to be fussy about food. As long as a child’s height, weight and physical and mental activities appear healthy, we as mothers can stay from worrying about such transition phases. However, a decline in his/her growth rate or apparent lack of activity and enthusiasm should be considered as an alarm. It must be remembered that not eating healthy can only be one of the reasons. Other reasons like illness, stress and sleep inadequacies may also affect the growth of a child.

Though a positive hope that the child shall sooner catch-up on his growth may sound enough, it is essential that parents take efforts to bring the child back on a normal growth rate mode, on considering the following reasons.

eKincare – A Digital Family Health Record & Tracker App: Review

About eKincare eKincare is one of India’s fast growing healthcare technology companies that aims to increase an individual’s life span through technology and analytics. Have you been in a situation where handling your and your loved ones’ health has been cumbersome? Has managing multiple medical reports, scheduling appointments and remembering the follow-ups been tiring? Here…

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Indiainsured – A one-stop place for insurance info

With the motto of ‘Let’s get India insured’, the Pune-based Indiainsured helps buyers by presenting simplified information about insurance policies across all major insurance plans in India. With the help of Indiainsured, you can understand, put policies side-by-side, understand what you get for the premium you pay, and take a better informed self-decision. And the best part is that one is not expected to give the contact details. Note that Indiainsured is NOT an insurance aggregator! They don’t sell policies or act as brokers. They don’t sell any leads. And they don’t have any tie-ups with any insurance company.