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Everybody cheats on their diets once in a while, or skips an exercise or two. But nobody is as bad as Aunty Acid, the hilariously grouchy old lady who avoids diets and fitness like the plague. The lady also has some other unconventional opinions that will have you in splits. View Slideshow »
We all get excited at the thought of heading to the nearest pool and dunking ourselves in cool water. With children heading to the pool almost every day, it becomes even more important to keep all swimming pools well maintained. Continue Reading »
You may wonder what difference an extra hour of sleep can make to your life. Actually, it can be quite a bit. Studies show that the gap between getting just enough sleep and getting too little sleep may affect your health, your mood and even your weight. Continue Reading »
Whether you have a bruise, black eye or hickey – don’t worry, we’re not judging! – you should be prepared for the fact that it will take at least 3-4 days to heal, if not longer. The good news is that there are a few things you can do to speed up the process, but you may still need lots of concealer in the meantime. View Slideshow »
You should make it a point to visit your dermatologist every year to get checked for skin cancer. The most popular type of cancer, skin cancer is sneaky; it lurks in the most unexpected places. While your doctor will probably check your face and your body, make sure they don’t miss these spots! Continue Reading »
Masoor, or whole red lentil, is rich in iron, which builds your hemoglobin levels and wards off fatigue and tiredness. We have added apricots and raisins to the biryani to make it more interesting. Continue Reading »
A healthy spine is an indispensable part of a healthy lifestyle. Chronic back pain directly affects all areas of a patient’s life. It doesn’t just hurt physically, but also leads to emotional turmoil. Continue Reading »
Today, the entire debate between vegetarianism and non-vegetarianism rests in favour of the former, with research and statistics available to support it. Simply stated, vegetarian food is easy to digest; contains antioxidants, fibre and an array of vitamins; is low in calories, sugar and fat, and reduces your chances of getting diabetes, heart disease, obesity, hypertension and almost all cancers. Continue Reading »