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The Best and Worst Workouts for Flexibility

The Best and Worst Workouts for Flexibility

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As you get older, your muscles, tendons, ligaments and...

8 Fascinating Facts about the Sensory System

8 Fascinating Facts about the Sensory System

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We experience the world through our five senses. They give...

Tough Love? Weight Shaming May Actually Lead to Weight Gain

Tough Love? Weight Shaming May Actually Lead to Weight Gain

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Contrary to conventional wisdom, researchers have found...

How Your Job Can Affect Your Mental Health

How Your Job Can Affect Your Mental Health

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Employment has a huge effect on a person’s mental health;...

Health Benefits of Chickpeas

By  posted Mar 4th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Chickpeas are good for health due to their high protein and fibre content. They are also packed with several important vitamins and minerals that benefit our health.  Continue Reading »

How to Manage Ear Piercings

By  posted Mar 4th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Human beings have been getting their ears pierced for thousands of years. While pierced ears look nice, infected ears do not! Unfortunately, most ear piercings get infected at some point or the other, causing the area to become painful and swollen. Here are some tips to manage your ear piercings and deal with infections.  Continue Reading »

Asthma: Facts, Causes, Treatment and Prevention for Asthma

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Buzz

What people need to know is that asthma isn't a minor 'wheeze-disease’. The prevalence of asthma worldwide is around 200 million with a mortality of around 0.2 million per year according to a consensus statement developed under the World Health Organisation – Government of India Collaborative Programme (2004-2005).“Though the prevalence is more in the developed countries, the developing countries have a higher total burden of the disease due to differences in population. In India, the estimated burden of asthma is believed to be more than 15 million”, points chief scientist Dr. Sharad Kasarle, DSK Nutrition Research Center Pvt. Ltd.  View Slideshow »

Healthy Breakfast Salad Recipe

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Recipes

If you’re trying to eat healthy, make this bacon and egg salad recipe for breakfast. Packed with plenty of protein and fibre, it is the perfect power breakfast to start your day.  Continue Reading »

What You Need to Know about Bariatric Surgery

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Obesity is a disease that affects various parts of the body, including the heart, knees and spine. Apart from affecting a person physically, it may also have an emotional and psychological impact on them, as it tends to bring down their self-confidence. Read on to find out more about bariatric surgery.  Continue Reading »

The Benefits of Tap Dance

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

The name 'tap dance' is derived from the tapping sound created by a dancer's feet. This lively and highly entertaining dance form was later divided into Jazz tap and Broadway tap, both of which rely on balance, focus and the right posture. Aanchal Gupta, director of Arts in Motion, talks about the health benefits of tap dance and how it is a full body workout for dancers that aids weight loss.  Continue Reading »

Safe and Natural Solutions for Pregnancy Symptoms

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Expecting a baby is a joyful time in a woman’s life, but the morning sickness, headaches, haemorrhoids, and heartburn that accompany pregnancy can overshadow the excitement you feel. Fortunately, there are some safe and natural remedies that can help alleviate your pregnancy woes.  Continue Reading »

Intermittent Fasting May Help You Live Longer

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Intermittent fasting is usually done by people who want to lose weight, and a new study suggests that it may also help increase longevity.  Continue Reading »

Health Star of the Week: Restless Anurag’s Patient Weight Loss

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Weight Loss

Anurag was a pampered boy who weighed 117 kilos when he was just 22 years old. While the chubby boy had no qualms about his paunch, a family event made him realise that he looked like an older man and that any physical activity left him exhausted. The young and restless boy ditched junk food and soft drinks to look his age again.  Continue Reading »

Myths and Facts about Vaccination

By  posted Mar 3rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

There is an endless debate surrounding the topic of vaccination. It was once considered to be a lifesaving marvel of modern technology, but today it is also a source of doubt and mistrust.  Continue Reading »

 

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