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20 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Stem Cells

20 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Stem Cells

Healthy Living

Here's a look at what you need to know about stem...

7 Healthiest Legumes for You

7 Healthiest Legumes for You

Diet & Fitness

Stocking up your kitchen with beans and other legumes is a...

Simple and Cheap Ways to Beat the Heat

Simple and Cheap Ways to Beat the Heat

Healthy Living

Summer’s heat can be brutal, making you feel like you...

Health Star of the Week: Saachi’s Healthy Weight Loss Story

Health Star of the Week: Saachi’s Healthy Weight Loss Story

Weight Loss

Saachi tried everything from various crash diets to juicing...

How to Make Garlic Rotis

By  posted May 5th 2015 | IN Recipes
How to Make Garlic Rotis

An antihypertensive food, garlic is rich in compounds that prevent the thickening of blood and clogging of blood vessels.   Continue Reading »

Insomnia May Worsen Chronic Pain

By  posted May 5th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

According to a new study published in the journal Pain, people suffering from insomnia tend to have a greater sensitivity to pain. This potentially worsens the effects of chronic pain problems.  Continue Reading »

Should You Be Consuming Rice Bran Oil?

By  posted May 5th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Rice bran oil is becoming popular in several Indian households, since people have started using it as an alternative to ghee, olive oil and vegetable oils. If you're wondering whether or not you should be cooking with this oil, here are the benefits and risks that it offers.  Continue Reading »

5 Things That Can Make Labour More Painful

By  posted May 5th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

As if labour isn’t already painful enough, there are certain things that can make it even worse. The good news is that being aware of these things and taking steps to prevent them can help reduce the pain.  View Slideshow »

Diabetic Dessert: Puranpoli

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Recipes

Can you imagine festivals or weddings without puranpoli? This classic sweet is a favourite across the country, called by different names and made with minor variations. If a month goes by without any special occasions, then people still go ahead and make it just for a Sunday treat! For those of you who are so fond of this traditional delicacy, here is a diabetic-friendly version made with sugar substitute and minimal ghee. Chana dal, with its low glycemic index, is always a good food for diabetics to have, as is fibre-laden whole wheat flour. All in all, this is a real treat for your mind and body. The waste dough that is leftover when the sides of the circle are cut can be put together and...  Continue Reading »

Have You Ever Had a Painful Mouth Ulcer?

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

If you've ever had an ulcer in your mouth, you'll know how painful and irritating it can be. Read on to find out the causes, symptoms and treatment options for mouth ulcers.  Continue Reading »

Your Deceased Loved Ones in a Perfume Bottle? It’s Possible!

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Buzz

The phrase 'till death do us part' will soon be history as a French company has come up with a brilliant idea to keep the memory of deceased loved ones alive by bottling their scent in a perfume bottle!  Continue Reading »

10 Foods Men Should Eat for Fertility

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

40 percent of all fertility problems are experienced by men. Factors like age or certain health issues can hinder and delay a man’s fertility. A balanced diet plays an important role not only in helping one achieve overall health, but also in boosting fertility. Studies have shown a direct relationship between poor eating habits and poor sperm quality and low sperm count. Men who eat fewer fruits and vegetables are more likely to suffer from these problems. Men should add the following fertility foods to their diet to increase their odds of conceiving a baby.  View Slideshow »

What Happens to Your Body When You Wear High Heels

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

High heels are sexy, aren't they? But those extra inches have a hidden cost, which your body has to pay. High heel horrors include foot pain, back aches and knee pain. Read on to find out all about the horrors of wearing high heels.  View Slideshow »

25 Cool Hacks Using Soft Drinks

By  posted May 4th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Soft drinks, also known as sodas, are terrible for your health since they are loaded with sugar, caffeine, chemicals and artificial colours and flavours. So if you have a lot of soda sitting around in your fridge, here are some cool things that you can do with it instead of drinking it every day.  View Slideshow »

 
 

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