July Newsletter

July Newsletter


The Healing Touch!

Insights into Medical Science and Wellness.


Don’t Miss Out: Dates to Remember

  • 1st July: National Doctor’s Day
  • 6th July: World Zoonoses Day
  • 11th July: World Population Day
  • 28th July: World Hepatitis Day

Celebrating Milestones

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Assigned an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN).

Title: Ecofunomics

Frequency: Annual 

ISSN: 2583-780X (Online)

Our 2023 magazine/journal will be out soon. 

Title: Socio-CacophonyISBN assigned under the Ministry of Education

ISBN: 978-81-956003-1-1

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Trending Topics Unveiled

Women’s Health – A New Global Agenda

Women’s Health – A New Global Agenda

Women’s health represents the health of a nation and therefore, a new global agenda for women’s health is crucial. Gender equality and women empowerment are also very important for improving women’s health globally.

Yoga, Revive Your Body and Economy

Yoga, Revive Your Body and Economy

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. At the UN Summit, our current Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi in the year 2014 suggested 21st of June be declared as World Yoga Day.

Are we paying artificially hiked prices for medicines and medical treatments?

Medicines and medical treatments are difficult for many to bear without health insurance. So are the prices hiked artificially?

Trivia Fun: Did You Know

The Cornea is the only part of the body with no blood supply – it gets its oxygen directly from the air.

You are about 1 cm taller in the morning when you first get up, than when you go to bed.

The brain is more active at night than during the day. While you are asleep all your body parts are at rest except for your brain.

The human nose can remember 50,000 different scents. This incredible sense of smell helps us detect danger, enjoy food, and recall memories.

One-fourth of our bones are in the feet. It’s strange that such a relatively small part of your body houses so many bones.

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Newsletter designed and compiled by

Ms. Jyoti Agarwal

Research Associate, Ecofunomics LLP


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