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6 Unusual Uses of Aloe Vera

6 Unusual Uses of Aloe Vera

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The aloe vera plant has several health and...

Is Cracking Your Knuckles Good Or Bad?

Is Cracking Your Knuckles Good Or Bad?

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If you crack your knuckles, you have probably...

How Safe Is Your Swimming Pool?

How Safe Is Your Swimming Pool?

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7 Natural Tips to Tighten Sagging Skin

7 Natural Tips to Tighten Sagging Skin

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There are a number of factors that lead to...

6 Uncommon Uses of Tea Tree Oil

By  posted Feb 25th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Tea tree oil, also known as Melaleuca alternifoliais, is extracted from a plant native to Australia. This essential oil is being increasingly used for its healing benefits.  Continue Reading »

Home Remedies for Alopecia & Hair Loss Prevention

By  posted Feb 25th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Alopecia is the medical term for spot baldness or hair loss in both men and women. It usually appears in the form of coin shaped patches of hair loss, however the patches can also be oval shaped. The main cause of alopecia is stress. Read on to find out natural ways to treat alopecia areata and prevent hair loss.  View Slideshow »

Light Therapy to Treat Depression

By  posted Feb 24th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

We tend to feel irritated, depressed, gloomy and very lethargic on dark or rainy days. This is because our bodies absorb energy from the sun and when there is either no sunlight or very little of it, our bodies do not get the energy they need, leading to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Read on to find out the benefits and side effects of light therapy, which can help treat this depression.  Continue Reading »

Stretch Your Muscles with Butterfly Pose (Badhakonasana)

By  posted Feb 24th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Butterfly Pose, also known as Cobbler Pose, is a yoga pose that works wonders for the lower body, especially the thighs, knees and groin. When done correctly, it calms you, opens your hips and stretches your muscles.  Continue Reading »

What You Should Know About Drinking Alcohol during Pregnancy

By  posted Feb 24th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Pregnant women wondering if it’s OK to indulge in an occasional drink usually receive confusing advice. Some doctors recommend that you entirely avoid alcohol when you’re pregnant; others say that the occasional drink is unlikely to harm your baby.  Continue Reading »

Can Cellphones Cause Back Pain?

By  posted Feb 24th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

For 43-year-old Manoj Agarwal, evenings were not something he looked forward to. A businessman by profession, Agarwal's job entailed being surrounded by electronic gadgets throughout the day. Long hours at work resulted in pounding headaches and neck pain in the evenings. His pain was aggravated by sitting for more than 5-6 hours at a time, standing for more than half an hour, travelling and stress. "The pain would be so intense that I found it difficult to concentrate on anything. I tried physiotherapy, which alleviated the pain to some extent but failed to cure it completely."  View Slideshow »

Tips for Managing Hot Flashes

By  posted Feb 23rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Menopause is an inevitable phase in any woman’s life. It can be a hard time for a woman, and most often menopausal women find hot flashes (also known as hot flushes) to be one of the trickiest symptoms to deal with.  Continue Reading »

Afternoon Naps Could Be Bad for Your Toddler

By  posted Feb 23rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

New research suggests that afternoon napping may affect your toddler's overall sleep quality.  Continue Reading »

Foods to Increase Red Blood Cell Count

By  posted Feb 22nd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Oxygen is important for every cell in the body, without it the cells cannot function. Anaemia is a condition where the number of red blood cells or their oxygen carrying capacity is insufficient to meet the basic physiologic need of the body. So, improve your red blood cell count by including these foods in your daily diet.  View Slideshow »

16 Sexy Foreplay Tips for Great Sex

By  posted Feb 22nd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Sex begins a lot before sex actually begins. The flirtatious eyes, the naughty hand gestures, the furtive touches and the passionate make out sessions are vital elements of setting the tone for a night of passionate sex. But there’s more, foreplay can be just as exciting and fulfilling as sex, if done right.  View Slideshow »

 

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