Community, meet our Founders
In a country where gender stands as an unfortunate barrier to accessing equal and quality healthcare, many women are struggling to live to the optimum.
Working as a healthcare professional is no doubt a revered career decision. However, it is a long and possibly daunting journey.
The coronavirus pandemic started when I was 19. I’ll be 21 in a few months. Having lost more than a year to the pandemic, I’ve found myself wondering about the question of “What If?”.
Surabhi Tiwari is a 26-year-old influencer. She emailed us her story about body positivity. Her story will inspire everyone trying to […]
In this #AaraConversation, the four cofounders discuss their experiences with burnout and things they do to help manage it.
I was lying on a narrow bed, left arm pressed heavily into the mattress and back touching the wall, my fingers mindlessly twisting the fleece sheet draped under us.
Hi everyone. My name is Manvi, and I am 18 years old. Here’s a little about my journey with anxiety and therapy. When the first lockdown hit, my anxiety started acting up a lot.
PMS has a wide variety of signs and symptoms, including mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression.
I’m not a fan of the label “women in tech” for one. I know I can’t wait for the day we can drop the ‘women in…’ badge and just be seen for our accomplishments.
Aara Health’s meetup gave us an opportunity to look back at our life’s highs and lows, reflect upon them, ponder over our thoughts, and be able to process them.
“It’s easy to be independent when you’ve got money. But to be independent when you haven’t got a thing – that’s the Lord’s test” – Mahalia Jackson
Despite having contracted COVID-19, Nurse Anushree still spends her waking hours helping patients fight for their lives.
Sugar’s effects on one’s brain are the same as that of cocaine – once you’ve had a little, you constantly crave more.
It was 15 days into a lockdown that was testing me emotionally when I received multiple notifications from a friend I had not spoken to in a while, Ahilya.