Sobiya N. Moghul
After proving her mettle in television and print media as a crime, civic and health journalist for four years, Sobiya chose to move a step further and started writing for a health magazine where she learned more about her passion - health and fitness, before joining the HealthMeUp.com team. She believes that you don't always need a Paulo Cohelo blog to know your dreams or a sultry Kim Kardashian to push you to get back in shape. The person sitting next to you can be your inspiration.
While wrinkles may add character to a man's face, the same represent a sad slippery slope toward senility in women. To erase these lines of misery, women go overboard in clinging to every new anti-aging cream in the market that...Read more »
Mental health is just as important as physical fitness. The World Health Organization estimates that, globally, 154 million people suffer from depression and mental health illnesses. Exercise has long been described as a natural high. ...Read more »
Skin cancer is skin growth with varying degrees of malignancy. Skin cancer generally develops in the outermost layer of skin (epidermis). Although it can be disfiguring, skin cancers are treatable and hardly cause deaths. The three most...Read more »
Throat cancer is the cancer of the throat; it is a type of head and neck cancer. The throat (pharynx) is a 5-inch-long tube that runs from your nose to your neck. The throat and the voice box are the two main places throat cancer...Read more »
Your post workout food should have two important components: high glycemic index carbohydrates and protein. High glycemic gives you instant energy, which the body requires after a workout and protein helps in muscle recovery. Apart from...Read more »
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD). It is caused by the bacterium; chlamydia trachomatis. According to Information available from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) it is a condition found in 23% of women who are...Read more »
Like all medicines, antibiotics have their fair share of side effects, so because of this, one should always refer to the leaflet that comes with antibiotic tablets. The most common side effects of antibiotics are nausea, vomiting, upset...Read more »
Interval training involves the alternating of relatively more intense bouts of cardiovascular exercise with those that are relatively less intense. Interval training has useful applications for beginning exercisers as well as experienced...Read more »
For most vegetarians, dal is one of the main sources of protein. Besides this, It also provides complex carbohydrates, fibre and folic acid and is a perfect accompaniment to most meals. No Indian meal is complete without a steaming hot...Read more »
Absolutely love those deep backed cholis but ashamed of the state of your back? Luckily,...
Herbs and spices have been traditionally used for their flavour-enhancing and medicinal...
The human body is simply amazing, with several functions and abilities that we don’t even...