Category: Public Health

Importance of Face-to-Face Data Collection for Research Designs with Human Sampling

This article’s sole goal is to talk with aspirants and students of bachelor’s and master’s degrees completing their mandatory research work for an academic project whose sample is the human population. In 2009, as a first-year college student at Delhi…

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Building Emotional Resilience: Tips and Techniques to Try

Introduction In contemporary society, people encounter a multitude of obstacles in various settings, encompassing both urban and rural regions in every nation and geography. Moreover, a subset of these problems has been identified as particularly arduous to surmount. However, individuals…

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Wage Slavery, and Child Labor in Modern India

Bonded labor is the most widespread form of slavery in India. India has the highest number of wage slaves, with around 19.5 million working for free in fields, brick kilns, rice mills, and brothels. Millions¬†of children are working as housekeepers…

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Mental Illnesses that are Lethal if Ignored

The number of people with mental disorders is rising each decade, which is a serious issue. Governments across the world are investing in public health for the safety, research, treatment, and awareness programs to combat the raising statics of mental…

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