Many people are experiencing hair fall after recovering from Covid-19 . Hair loss can be a result of many things, including a deficiency of nutrients during the period of infection can also result in hair fall. “A healthy diet is the most important aspect of recovery . Consuming a diet lacking the right nutrients can lead to hair loss. For healthy hair, one should consume enough water along with a diet rich in protein, biotin, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, vitamin C, E, and zinc. Below, Ritu Khaneja, dietitian and therapeutic nutritionist, founder, RightKcalories, shares eight foods that can be added to your diet to make your hair healthy, shiny, and lustrous. Avocado contaains vitamin E which nourish the hair and make them shiny and strong. (Source : Getty Images) Eggs: Egg yolks are rich in healthy fats and protein. They are full of biotin, a B vitamin that promotes strong hair growth and also good for scalp health. On the other hand, biotin deficiency can … [Read more...] about Include these eight foods in your diet to prevent post-Covid hair fall
From August 1, 2021, a 5 percent VAT and 2 percent PIT will be imposed on services such as saunas, massage, karaoke, discotheques, billiards, internet, games, tailoring, laundry, haircut and hairdressing, and other services. The stipulation is part of the Ministry of Finance's newly released Circular No 40 VAT and PIT management. The newly released circular has added some business fields to the list of products and services subject to VAT and PIT. In addition to these services, the service of repairing computers and household appliances will have 5 percent VAT and 2 percent PIT, commencing from August 1. This means that the total tax the providers of these services have to pay is 7 percent. Legal advice, financial consultancy, accounting, auditing, and tax and customs procedure services will also bear similar taxes. Data processing services, information portal rental, IT and telecommunications equipment leasing, and advertisement on digital information content products … [Read more...] about Massage, hair cut and wash services to be taxed from August 1
On Tuesday, Catherine Serou was in a hurry. The 34-year-old former U.S. Marine and UC Davis graduate, who was studying law at a university in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, had just learned her payment at a hair salon bounced, and she needed to get back and pay. "She rushed back but Uber did not come forever, the salon was about to close, so she stopped a random car — I am just imagining what had happened. Catherine is extremely careful; and that stranger must have seen her on the corner of her house before,” the mother Beccy Serou told The Daily Beast. Sometime during that car ride, Catherine Serou got a bad feeling. "In a car with a stranger," she texted her mom. "I hope I’m not being abducted.” On Saturday, her body was found in a wooded area near the city of Bor, 250 miles east of Moscow. Russia’s Investigative Committee said in a statement that a suspect with a record of serious crimes had been arrested, but did not give names. The Daily Beast reports the man was … [Read more...] about California student found murdered in Russia: ‘I hope I’m not being abducted’
This story about kindergarten enrollment was produced by The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. On April 20, Kentwood Elementary in Los Angeles opened its doors to students. It was news Lauren Phillips, 37, had been waiting for. After months of schooling through a screen, her 6-year-old daughter, Lola, would get the real kindergarten experience. As it turned out, in-person kindergarten wasn’t much different from virtual. Lola sat in a room with her classmates while her teacher, who was home for medical reasons, taught them online. A substitute teacher made sure kids had the chance to use the bathroom and get water and whatever else they might need to do. “It was just so frustrating to find out that the teacher, who we love, was basically going to be remote,” said Phillips. “If we knew that, we would have kept our daughter home.” Dissatisfaction with remote learning has played out with … [Read more...] about Remote learning a bust? Some families consider having their child repeat kindergarten
Editor’s note: This article is the first in a series entitled Map to the Middle Class , which is being jointly published by NBCNews.com and The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. The series will examine how schools can prepare students for the good middle-class jobs of the future. LOWELL, Mass. — On Sunday, Oct. 1, the first day the application became available online, Ben Lara sat down at the computer in his bedroom to apply for federal student financial aid. Lara, 18, is a senior at Lowell High School, where almost half the 3,200 students are low-income . He is trim with close-cropped hair and a wide flash of a smile. Along with being a National Honor Society student, squeezing in five business electives into an already packed course load, he works 30 to 35 hours a week at his job sorting in-store advertisements at Target. His main goal: getting out of his hometown and into a top-tier … [Read more...] about Students are being prepared for jobs that no longer exist. Here’s how that could change.