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Understanding Congenital Hypothyroidism

Understanding Congenital Hypothyroidism

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Congenital Hypothyroidism or CHT is a condition...

15 Things That Are Killing Your Sex Drive

15 Things That Are Killing Your Sex Drive

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Having a healthy sex life is a great way to...

Tips to Cut Back on Caffeine

Tips to Cut Back on Caffeine

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Mild caffeine consumption isn’t bad for...

Growing Your Own Fresh Air

Growing Your Own Fresh Air

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Keeping plants around you is the perfect way to...

5 Essential Tips for Radiant and Glowing Skin

By  posted Aug 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Everyone is in search of a secret product for glowing skin. But what they fail to understand is that glowing skin is not just about external care, it is a healthy mix of internal and external care. Instead of relying on makeup, here are a few simple tips for radiant and glowing skin.  Continue Reading »

How Sex Heals Your Body

By  posted Aug 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Sex is not just about pleasure and getting close to your partner, it also has certain health benefits.  Continue Reading »

Raynaud’s Phenomenon: Cold Fingers and Toes

By  posted Aug 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

In most cases, having cold fingers and toes can be attributed to cold weather or low blood pressure. A fairly common occurrence, it can even be a sign of good health. However, if your fingers and toes get discoloured or start to tingle when the temperature drops by merely a few degrees, then it is possible that you could have Raynaud’s phenomenon.  Continue Reading »

Heart Health: Identifying Pericarditis, Its Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

By  posted Aug 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Who would have thought that the heart can get inflamed and infected too! The heart is made up of various structures. These structures are prone to infections due to various reasons. One such structure is the pericardium, which is a thin sac-like membrane around the heart. Inflammation or infection of this pericardium is called pericarditis. To tell us more about this condition, Dr. Amar Singhal, Head of the Cardiology Department at the Delhi-based Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, shares his expert insights.  View Slideshow »

About Mental Health: How Fitness Affects Mental Health

By  posted Aug 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

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’. This is because undertaking some activity can make a huge difference to a person’s mental health. Many studies and clinical trials have shown that being more active provides particular benefits including: Improved mood, reducing symptoms of stress, anger and depression, alleviating anxiety and reducing cognitive decline.  Continue Reading »

5 Ways to Use Ice in Your Beauty Routine

By  posted Aug 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Ice cubes are a good way to cool your drink on a hot and humid day like this, but did you know that there is a lot more that you can do with these ice cubes? Right from de-puffing your eyes to soothing acne, here are a few ways to include ice cubes to your beauty routine.  Continue Reading »

Patient Safety Methods

By  posted Aug 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

In the last few years, a new health discipline called patient safety has emerged. The primary aim of this field is to safeguard a patient’s health and ensure that their wellbeing is not jeopardised by any treatment they receive. The need for this practice arose because the number of mistakes made by medical practitioners was increasing drastically. Given the nature of medicine, even the smallest mistake can have very harmful consequences, with some even proving to be fatal. While some margin of human error is unavoidable, measures should be taken in order to prevent unnecessary deaths.  View Slideshow »

Skin Care: How Stress Affects Acne

By  posted Aug 19th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Acne is one skin aliment that will give you sleepless nights. It doesn’t make for a very good ‘close-up pic’ for Facebook and becomes a bother when you're dressing up for that important social event. However, stressing over acne will only amplify the skin problem. Yes it’s true, stress can affect acne. We take a look at the link between stress and acne and why stressing over acne will just make it worse.  Continue Reading »

White Bread Vs Brown Bread: Which Bread is Healthier?

By  posted Aug 19th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Whether you eat bread for breakfast, lunch or dinner, it is vital that you pick a healthy bread. Find out which bread is healthier- white or brown!  Continue Reading »

How to Help a Friend Cope with Depression

By  posted Aug 19th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

The more you read about the death of comedian and actor Robin Williams, the more you begin to think about depression as a much bigger phenomenon than just a dip in one's mood. Suicide is one of the most extreme cases of depression but there are quite a few signs that indicate depression. If you notice these signs of depression in your loved ones and friends, it is essential that you take the appropriate measures to help them cope with it.  View Slideshow »

 

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