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Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal disorder in humans. It occurs in 1 out of every 1000 births. It can occur in people of all races and socio-economic groups, however older women have an increased chance of giving birth to a child with Down syndrome. Continue Reading »
Cranberries are the little red berries you see on Christmas wreaths and other holiday decorations. Packed with both nutrition and flavour, they are rich sources of fibre and Vitamins C and E. They have several health benefits, the most common one being treating and preventing urinary tract infections. View Slideshow »
Hormones are responsible for many of the activities that our bodies perform every day. There are eight major glands that perform bodily functions such as regulating the body's metabolism, temperature, reproduction, growth and sleep. We've compiled 14 interesting facts about the endocrine system and its glands and hormones. View Slideshow »
Everyone has small amounts of uric acid in their body. Uric acid is not a worthless product, but high levels of uric acid can cause gout, joint pain, skin problems and kidney problems. Here, you will find the answers to all your queries about uric acid, its causes and diet effects, and foods that create uric acid. Continue Reading »
While pumpkin (kadu) is a very healthy vegetable, most of us don’t eat it because we‘re not sure how to prepare it. Here’s a healthy recipe with lentils and pumpkin that is packed with nutrition and is easy to make. Continue Reading »
A new study warns that what a child eats during childhood has a long-term effect on their health later. The research suggests that poor eating and lifestyle habits results in a decline in heart health in childhood itself. Continue Reading »
Razor bumps are nothing but ingrown hairs that appear when the hair isn't removed properly. This can happen after shaving, waxing or any other hair removal procedure. The bumps turn red over time and look like pimples. They occur mainly in areas that are frequently shaved, such as the underarms, legs, hands, bikini line and beard area. Here are 10 natural remedies to get rid of ingrown hairs. Continue Reading »
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Cupping therapy is an ancient alternate healing practice that dates back to 1,550 B.C. Practiced by the ancient Egyptian, Chinese and Arabian civilisations, it involves placing suction cups on the skin to improve blood flow to that area. Read on to find out how cupping is performed and what benefits it offers. Continue Reading »
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