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Urticaria, or hives as they are commonly known, appear in the form of red spots on any part of the body or face. They are usually red, slightly elevated and roundish in shape. In some cases, they can be red raised lines in areas where the affected individual has scratched the skin. View Slideshow »
Most people forget to clean their belly buttons when they have a bath, making it one of the most unhygienic parts of the body. While you don’t need to clean your belly button every day, it’s a good idea to clean it at least once a week. Continue Reading »
New research suggests that men who live alone have a considerably greater long-term risk of dying after stroke than other patients. Continue Reading »
Chewing gum was thought to be beneficial for health, since it is low in calories, suppresses appetite and can help reduce stress levels. However, recent studies have shown that chewing gum has several side effects that may make want to you reconsider it. View Slideshow »
The world of medicine is indefinite and surprising. Call it important information or a nightmare - the following is a list of medical conditions that will leave you with only one choice - staying healthy! View Slideshow »
You might have read about how to stay fit at work a dozen times, but how often do you practice what others preach? How many healthy work lunches, office workouts and desk yoga asanas have you attempted lately? If youre still grappling with how to practice fitness in the office, then take a look at these simple, yet effective, fitness habits. These habits are at the very root of a great work-fitness balance for many fitness enthusiasts. We begin with the popular habit of desk stretches. *Images courtesy: Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images View Slideshow »
You have probably noticed that the tips of your fingers and toes get wrinkled after a long shower or a soak in the bath tub. If you don't know why this happens, read on to find out. Continue Reading »
Phantom vibration syndrome, also known as ringxiety, hypovibrochondria or fauxcellarm, is the false sensation where you can feel your phone ringing or vibrating when it really isn't. Continue Reading »
Every New Year, we tend to make New Year’s resolutions that we swear we are going to...
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Stevia is a popular sweetener and sugar substitute that is favoured widely as it...