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शुक्रवार, 22 मई 2015

Bronchitis can lead you to serious illness

Bronchitis can lead you to serious illness
 - covering mouth while sneeze or coughing, maintaining a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet, adequate sleep, consistent exercise and do regular ...

Nagpur early risers say yes to healthy breakfast

Nagpur early risers say yes to healthy breakfast
 - City is witnessing a renaissance of sorts with health enthusiasts avoiding the calorie-laden samosas and wadas and making a beeline for the ...

10 things to track for fitness

10 things to track for fitness
 - A study conducted on 1,700 overweight men and women revealed that people who maintained a health journal lost 9 to 10 kilos, compared to a 4.5 ...

Study Finds Diabetes Screening Ineffective in India

Study Finds Diabetes Screening Ineffective in India
 - Widespread diabetes screening in India is ineffective and ... false positive results leading to waste financial and health resources in India.

Boost your brain power with this

Boost your brain power with this
 - Here are simple ways to stay more alert. Take a break. Breaking your head to find a solution but failing abysmally? Step back, take a break and focus ...

LGBT couple from Hyderabad, Smruthi and Shwetha, send out a message of love

LGBT couple from Hyderabad, Smruthi and Shwetha, send out a message of love
 - We didn't know the existence of an LGBT community in India and didn't know whom to turn to when our families disowned us. But we were able to get ...

India's First 'Gay Groom Wanted' Ad: Mother Seeks Husband For LGBT Activist Son, But Specifies ...

India's First 'Gay Groom Wanted' Ad: Mother Seeks Husband For LGBT Activist Son, But Specifies ...
 - Padma Iyer has placed India's first "gay groom wanted" ad, seeking a husband for her LGBT activist son. The ad, which appeared in an Indian ...

Is MSG in Maggie noodles harmful for you?

Is MSG in Maggie noodles harmful for you?
 - There is still a debate on whether MSG is harmful for health or not as there are still no proven results but yes, there have been reports of people ...

Benefits of Japanese Yoga

Benefits of Japanese Yoga
 - An ancient healing therapy, this form of yoga is widely practiced by fitness professionals all over the world. Japanese yoga is said to heal not only ...

The mystery behind why men exist!

The mystery behind why men exist!
 - . when two males fight for the female's attention, helps improve the health of the population, thereby ensuring that the species doesn't become extinct.

High BP most common cardiovascular risk factor in India

High BP most common cardiovascular risk factor in India
 - Hypertension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular risk factor in a study of outpatient ...

Chamomile tea can help you live longer

Chamomile tea can help you live longer
 - from many causes among women compared with non-users, even after adjusting for demographic factors, health conditions and health behaviours.

Lifestyle diseases causing infertility in women

Lifestyle diseases causing infertility in women
 - There is strong evidence that factors like age, weight and smoking have adverse impacts on the general health and reproductive capability of a ...

Delhi government wants HC to permit action against tobacco manufacturers

Delhi government wants HC to permit action against tobacco manufacturers
 - manufacturing, sale of chewable tobacco 'in the interest of public health'. ... 'India is the highest incidence of oral cancer in the world,' it added.

I will never allow you to become a doctor"

I will never allow you to become a doctor"
 - One doctor in India is clear about the future of his profession - if the current state of his country's health system continues, he'd rather his children do ...