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First-of-its-kind clinic to cure PCOD hormonal disorder in women launched in Lucknow

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Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], January 14 (ANI/PNN): Polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), a common disease in today’s younger generation, has taken the modern world by storm.

With the mission to help women to optimise their hormones and get back their vibrant selves, a first-of-its-kind PCOD clinic has been launched in Lucknow.

Thanks to Dr Sameer Kumar Singh and Dr. Neeraj Singh–both are gold medallists–for launching the PCOD clinic with the vision to provide their patients with wholesome health solutions.

PCOD, a hormonal disorder, occurs due to the imbalance of two female hormones–estrogen and progesterone–with estrogen taking the upper hand in causing menstrual irregularities, infertility, increased risk of endometrial (inner lining of the uterus) and breast cancer, insulin resistance causing obesity and excess of testosterone causing acne and hair growth.

Both the doctors are focused on creating a holistic health plan for their patients through guiding them about diet modifications and providing insightful knowledge about changing one’s personality, aura, and lifestyle. They try to reach the core issues behind hormonal health imbalance. These issues are linked with anxiety, depression, PTSD issues, stress disorders. Using their abundant knowledge and experience in the field a health plan is created.

Dr. Sameer Kumar Singh, who is operating the multispeciality clinic, Naina Homeo Care since 2002 in Lucknow, said, “We are focusing on creating a holistic health plan for the patients with homeopathic medicines, dietary modifications, and changing one’s personality, aura, and lifestyle. We try to reach the core issues behind hormonal health imbalance. These issues are linked with anxiety, depression, PTSD issues, and stress disorders”

“The people in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities believe in the power of homeopathy and coaching for two main reasons. Firstly, the clinical expertise can reach their places through online systems. And secondly, medicines can also get delivered to their doorstep”, Dr. Neeraj Singh, a master in NLP and a qualified health coach.

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The Inspire Institute of Sport (IIS) and the Wrestling Federation of India on Friday announced the signing of an agreement that would see the institute become a High-Performance Partner to the WFI for a period of three years.


Under the terms of the agreement, IIS will work together with the national sports federation to provide scholarships to wrestlers across age groups and also support the hosting of regular national wrestling championships for all categories.


IIS will also provide access to its state-of-the-art campus in Bellary, Karnataka and sports science expertise to the WFI.


The agreement was formally signed here on Friday in the presence of Parth Jindal, Founder of the Inspire Institute of Sport and Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, President of WFI.


Speaking on the occasion, Parth Jindal said, “The sport of wrestling has a long tradition and history in India and we are thrilled to partner with the WFI to help the sport achieve greater heights in the coming years.


“Having won medals at each edition of the Olympics since 2008, alongside regular world championship medals at cadet, junior and senior levels, wrestling is amongst India’s most successful Olympic sports.


“I am confident that through this partnership, we will be able to positively impact the sport and Team India’s performances in the run up to Paris 2024.”

The institute has a similar arrangement with the Boxing Federation of India.


Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said, “I have been impressed by the Inspire Institute’s efforts and initiatives to develop wrestling infrastructure in Bellary and look forward to welcoming Parth and his team as WFI partners as we take the next steps in the development of wrestling in the country.”

The IIS wrestling programme, led by head coaches Yandro Quintana of Cuba and Amir Tavakolian of Iran, has groomed over 90 wrestlers since 2017, who have returned with over 120 medals at the national, continental and international levels.


Olympic medallists Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik, along with other prominent wresters such as Pooja Dhanda, Rahul Aware, Seema Bisla and upcoming youngsters including Gourav Baliyan and U-15 world champion Komal have all been trained and groomed at the institute.

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Budget session of Parliament is set to commence on January 31 and will conclude on April 8.


The first half of the budget session will run from January 31 to February 11. It will reassemble on March 14 to sit until April 8, subject to government exigencies.


The President will also address both Houses of Parliament assembled together on 11 am on January 31.


The government will present the Budget for the financial year 2022-23 on February 1.


“The 256th Session of Rajya Sabha (Budget Session – 2022) is summoned to meet on Monday, January 31, and subject to exigencies of Government Business, the Session may conclude on Friday, April 8. During this period, Chairman may be moved to kindly adjourn the Rajya Sabha on Friday, February 11 to reassemble on Monday, March 14 to enable the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committees to consider the ‘Demands for Grants relating to Ministries/Departments and prepare their reports,” a letter of Additional secretary-general of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs Minister stated.


There will be no sitting on March 18 on account of Holi.


“The Union Budget for 2022-23 will be laid in the Rajya Sabha after its presentation in Lok Sabha on Tuesday, February 1 at 11.00 am,” the letter said.


Recently more than 400 staff members of Parliament have tested positive for COVID-19. Consequently, the Chairman of Rajya Sabha and Speaker of Lok Sabha has reviewed the situation and given instructions to both houses to prepare a plan for the smooth functioning of both houses during the budget session of Parliament amid COVID -19 Pandemic.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co beats profit estimates as dealmaking boom softens trading decline

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JPMorgan Chase & Co reported a 14% fall in fourth-quarter profit on Friday due to a slowdown in its trading arm, but a stellar performance at its investment banking unit helped the lender sail past analysts` estimates.

The country`s largest bank, whose fortunes are often seen as a barometer of the health of the U.S. economy, saw trading revenue – a big driver of earnings in 2020 – fall 13%, while investment banking revenue surged 28% thanks to a bumper year for deals.

Loan growth, the bank`s core business, was also up 6% on a rebounding economy, while net interest income from lending and investments in Treasury securities was up 3%.

JPMorgan`s shares, up 6% this year, slipped 3% in trading before the opening bell on Friday as investors worried about higher expenses. During the quarter, non-interest expense jumped 11% to nearly $18 billion, driven largely by higher staff compensation.

Over the past year, large U.S. lenders benefited from higher consumer spending and a surge in deal-making driven by loose monetary policy, while their trading arms gained from exceptional volatility in financial markets.

However, soaring inflation, a potential Omicron-induced economic slowdown and trading revenues returning to normal levels are set to challenge the banking industry`s growth in the coming months.
“The economy continues to do quite well despite headwinds related to the Omicron variant, inflation and supply chain bottlenecks,” JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said.

“We remain optimistic on U.S. economic growth as business sentiment is upbeat and consumers are benefiting from job and wage growth.”

The trading shortfall in the fourth quarter was cushioned by yet another strong showing at its investment bank as global mergers and acquisitions activity shattered all-time records in 2021 and pushed investment banking fees to their highest level in the first half of the year.

Much of the boom was driven by large, cash-flush financial sponsors and corporates embarking on a dealmaking spree on the back of record-setting surges in their stocks.

During the quarter, JPMorgan maintained its position as the banking world`s second-biggest provider of worldwide M&A advisory after Goldman Sachs, according to Refinitiv. The league tables rank financial services firms by the amount of M&A fees they generate.

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Overall, the lender posted a profit of $10.4 billion, or $3.33 per share, in the quarter ended Dec. 31. Analysts had estimated a profit of $3.01 per share, according to Refinitiv data.

Revenue remained nearly flat at $30.3 billion. The bank`s earnings were also buoyed by reserve releases of $1.8 billion.

For the full-year, it posted record profits and revenue, helped large by reserve take-downs.

During the quarter, JPMorgan took down more funds that it had set side during the height of the pandemic in anticipation of an expected wave of loan defaults.

But that didn`t happen, thanks to a consumer-friendly monetary policy and government stimulus checks that buoyed consumer spending, allowing banks to release billions from their loan-loss reserve.

Fixed income trading revenue fell 16% to $3.3 billion, while equity markets revenue dipped 2% to $2 billion.

Its consumer and business banking unit reported a 7% growth in revenue, driven by higher asset management fees and a growth in the number of transactions from customers. Like other large lenders, JPMorgan is expected to benefit from the upcoming interest rate hikes in the coming quarters.

Citigroup will report results later on Friday. Wells Fargo & Co reported an 86% jump in fourth-quarter profit on Friday, propped up by gains from the sale of its corporate trust and asset management businesses.

Goldman Sachs, Wall Street`s premier investment bank, will report earnings on Tuesday, while Morgan Stanley and Bank of America round out the earnings season on Wednesday.


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