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Top 10 Causes of High Blood Pressure

Top 10 Causes of High Blood Pressure

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Heart ailments like heart attacks and other...

Best Ways to Fight Fatigue

Best Ways to Fight Fatigue

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Although perceived as ordinary tiredness,...

7 Lifestyle Sins that Wreck Your Skin

7 Lifestyle Sins that Wreck Your Skin

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What we eat and how we choose to live our life...

Amazing Health Benefits of Oily Fish

Amazing Health Benefits of Oily Fish

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There is a large body of evidence that suggests...

If You Moust-Ache, We’ll Tell You How To Groom It

By  posted Nov 22nd 2014 | IN Healthy Living

You probably started growing a moustache this month with the vague intention of participating in No Shave November, or Movember as it is also known. By now you’ve probably got a good growth going in the name of raising awareness for men’s health issues, but what you probably didn’t count on was the fact that now you have all this hair on your face, and you have no idea what to do with it. Well, if you must ask, we’ll tell you the dos and don’ts of grooming it.  View Slideshow »

Dos and Don'ts for Oily Skin

By  posted Nov 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

If your skin often appears moist and shiny, and you can feel a greasy texture, you have oily skin.Taking care of oily skin is tricky because it is prone to breakouts and blackheads. It’s important to be aware of what skincare routine is best for your skin type. Here are some dos and don’ts for oily skin.  Continue Reading »

6 Reasons Why You Need to Eat Fennel

By  posted Nov 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Fennel is highly regarded for the range of health benefits it offers. This crunchy and slightly sweet spice has been used in traditional remedies since ancient times and its use has spread globally.  View Slideshow »

Beauty Benefits of Indian Gooseberry (Amla)

By  posted Nov 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Available only in winter, Indian gooseberries, or amla as they are known in Hindi, have been used in Ayurvedic remedies for centuries. Apart from having several health benefits, they are beneficial for skin and hair as well, which is why they are an essential ingredient in several different beauty products.  View Slideshow »

Antibacterial Soap Linked To Cancer and Liver Fibrosis

By  posted Nov 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Antibacterial Soap Linked To Cancer and Liver Fibrosis

A new study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, suggests that washing your hands with antibacterial soap may lead to cancer.   Continue Reading »

Choosing the Right Sleep Position

By  posted Nov 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Choosing the Right Sleep Position

For your health, try experimenting with each of the following positions for a few nights and see which one is the best fit for you.   Continue Reading »

5 Energy Boosting Herbs

By  posted Nov 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Busy schedules can be draining and we all need a little pick me up from time to time. Instead of reaching for caffeine or sugar for an energy boost, try including some natural herbs into your diet.  View Slideshow »

The Most Polluted Cities in the World

By  posted Nov 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Air pollution is a major risk to health, putting people at risk for stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and both chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma. Poor air quality is the cause of over 3.7 million deaths around the world every year, which is why the World Health Organisation (WHO) has measured the air pollution levels in 1600 cities across 91 countries, scoring them on the presence of fine particulate matter in the air, with the more polluted cities having much more pollutant particles.  View Slideshow »

Are You Depressed Without Knowing It?

By  posted Nov 19th 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Are You Depressed Without Knowing It?

The classic symptoms of depression such as feelings of sadness and hopelessness, weight loss/weight gain, sleep troubles and change in eating habits are known to us. But depression may also come with some unobvious symptoms.   Continue Reading »

A 10-Second Kiss Transfers 80 Million Bacteria

By  posted Nov 19th 2014 | IN Healthy Living
A 10-Second Kiss Transfers 80 Million Bacteria

According to a new study, a kiss that lasts more than 10 seconds transfers around 80 million bacteria.   Continue Reading »

 

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