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In Rajesh Pratap Singh's Outfit Sonam's another awesome outfit was a number by Rajesh Pratap Singh. She wore a structured bandhgala attire by the designer, which was full-sleeved and took a flared turn. The ensemble was cinched towards the waist and was dipped in an ivory hue. It was adorned with golden-hued floral accents. Yes, her attire was beautiful but we didn't like the pairing so much. Sonam teamed her attire with traditional ivory and gold veshti, which not only took away the thunder of her jacket but also made her attire look very flared. The actress wore intricately done juttis with her attire. She carried a postcard-style white bag with her, which came from the label, M2Malletier. Sonam wore gold jhumkis and rings to elevate her look. Her jewellery came from Mahesh Notandass Fine Jewellery and Amrapali. Her makeup was marked by heavy kohl and a matte pink lip shade. The middle-parted braided bun completed her ethnic look. … [Read more...] about From Quirky To Florals, Which Outfit Of Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s Is The Best?
COVID-19 is a crown-shaped virus with large spikes. It is 79.5 per cent genetically similar to SARS-Cov which has occurred in 2003. Due to the similarity between SARS-Cov and COVID-19, it is said to have similar neurological symptoms. Moreover, COVID-19 patients have also reported sudden symptoms like loss of smell (anosmia) and loss of taste (dysgeusia). This shows that novel coronavirus has the potential to harm the nervous system of the body. … [Read more...] about Can Coronavirus Cause Damage to The Central Nervous System
Generally speaking, as Samuel Paul Veissière, Ph.D., reports in Psychology Today, human beings are not very good at using statistics to arrive at rational conclusions. When we're confronted by dangerous situations, we go into fight-or-flight mode—an endocrinological state that has the effect of "switching off" the more rational decision-making areas of our brains, as the New York Times recently explained. If you find yourself panicking when, for instance, your hand touches a metal bar on the subway, then in response, deliberately push yourself into a rational thinking mode. Your emotions may tell you that you've contaminated yourself and are likely to get sick immediately; instead, you can calmly tell yourself that you always wash your hands when you get to the office, never touch your face, and there's no specific reason to believe that the bar you touched was contaminated. You can remind yourself in this way that the likelihood that you will get sick from this incident is … [Read more...] about 10 Ways To Take Control of Your Coronavirus Anxiety