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Diet supplements cause severe health issues Diet supplements cause severe health issues

Taking dietary supplements for weight loss, muscle building, and energy is associated with nearly three…


Junk food causing brain health to decline faster: Study Junk food causing brain health to decline faster: Study

The link between type 2 diabetes and the rapid deterioration of brain function is already well established


Diabetes meal plan: Healthy food guide for diabetics Diabetes meal plan: Healthy food guide for diabetics

Have one cup of dalia or 1 vegetable sandwich with a cup of skimmed milk


Foods and habits one should avoid to increase metabolism rate Foods and habits one should avoid to increase metabolism rate

French fries and potato chips are bad for metabolism


Easy ways to keep yourself hydrated this summer Easy ways to keep yourself hydrated this summer

Loose-fitting, light weight, light-coloured cotton clothes are ideal to be worn during this season


Meals taste better when you are seated Meals taste better when you are seated

Food tastes better when you are sitting down, say scientists who found that holding a standing posture for even a few minutes prompts physical stress


Tips to keep your toothbrush clean Tips to keep your toothbrush clean

Toothbrush is a tool you use to keep your teeth clean and maintain good oral hygiene


Quick tips to beat the heat and maintain an ideal body temperature Quick tips to beat the heat

Any form of direct exposure to sunlight should be avoided


Five skin care tips for summers Five skin care tips for summers

The summer weather is all about heat and itchy skin, so eating foods rich in water content can help hydrate your skin thoroughly


Unsalted tomato juice can reduce high BP and cholesterol

Unsalted tomato juice can reduce high BP and cholesterol

Researchers have found that drinking unsalted tomato juice can lower blood pressure and cholesterol level in adults who are at risk of cardiovascular disease


Good sleep cuts appetite for sweet, salty food Good sleep cuts appetite for sweet, salty food

A good night’s sleep helps in reducing the desire for sweet and salty foods, intake of sugar and caloric content


Marriage more important than wealth Marriage more important than wealth

Marriage is a key factor for finding contentment, a new study suggests


Ditch the difficult diet for healthy living Ditch the difficult diet for healthy living

It is important to give up a difficult eating pattern as a difficult diet will not help


Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health Up to 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart health

Coffee lovers who drink up to 25 cups a day can rest assured the drink is not bad for their heart, scientists say, reports The Guardian


Energy drinks may harm your heart: Study Energy drinks may harm your heart: Study

All measurements are taken at the study’s start and every 30 minutes for four hours after drink consumption


A possible weight loss strategy: Skip breakfast before exercise Skip breakfast before exercise

Previous studies show that many aspects of eating and exercise can affect how much people compensate for the calories burned during exercise


Poor diet linked to cancer, says study

Poor diet linked to cancer, says study

More than 80,000 cancer cases in some parts of the world are linked to poor diet


How to fight dehydration this summer How to fight dehydration this summer

The most common condition that people suffer from in summer is dehydration, wherein the human body loses significant amount of water along with minerals and electrolytes


Manage your health with monofloral honey Manage your health with monofloral honey

Raw honey is often monofloral and is widely considered to provide greater health benefits


Don’t eat too much potato chips during pregnancy Don’t eat too much potato chips during pregnancy

Women should avoid eating too much vegetable oil and potato chips during pregnancy as such a diet may result in an increased risk of pregnancy


Why you need sunscreen indoors, too Why you need sunscreen indoors, too

Ensure using blue light shields on your digital devices to limit its effect and use sunscreen even when you are indoors


Exercise may boost quality, sleep duration in teens Exercise may boost quality, sleep duration

Previous research has also found that people who are generally more physically active tend to sleep longer and have better sleep quality


How to protect yourself from air pollution while traveling How to protect yourself from air pollution while traveling

This index indicates how polluted or dirty the air is (typically measuring particulate matter in the air) and explains the possible health implications of that level


Women with sleep apnea more likely to have cancer Women with sleep apnea more likely to have cancer

A recent study finds that women who are deprived of sleep and suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than men


Fast-acting nasal spray can help treat depression Fast-acting nasal spray can help treat depression

The study was conducted on nearly 200 adults with moderate to severe depression and a history of not responding to at least two antidepressants


Ramadan fasting may help protect against diabetes, obesity Ramadan fasting may help protect against diabetes, obesity

TPM3 plays a key role in increasing insulin sensitivity, which allows the cells of the body to use blood glucose more effectively, reducing blood sugar


Add five ingredients to your milk for an extra nutritional boost Add five ingredients to your milk for an extra nutritional boost

This milk is a decent souree of calcium and works together with vitamin D to make sure you are getting the best benefits for your bones


How healthy is a meal containing eggs? How healthy is a meal containing eggs?

The problem arises when there is too much cholesterol in the blood (especially of the sticky LDL kind called bad cholesterol)


Know the severity of falling sick in the morning Know the severity of falling sick in the morning

Being sick in morning can be different from being sick at night: Study


How to steer clear of dengue this monsoon How to steer clear of dengue this monsoon

Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by the bite of female Aedes aegypti, a species of mosquitoes that is also responsible for spreading Zika, Chikungunya and Yellow Fever


Health tips to keep in mind during Ramadan Health tips to keep in mind during Ramadan

Eating healthy and ensuring the consumption of all nutrients during this period is essential.


Three easy ways to de-stress yourself everyday Three easy ways to de-stress yourself everyday

Yoga is a way of living that aims towards a healthy mind,  body and spiritual being


Cardamom water may help lose stubborn belly fat Elaichi water may help lose stubborn belly fat

Consuming cardamom water early in the morning on a daily basis is a good way to ensure that your metabolism is in check


Drinking mineral-rich water may reduce blood pressure: Study Drinking mineral-rich water may reduce blood pressure: Study

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are around 75 million adults with high blood pressure in the United States 


Coffee addicts are more sensitive to the smell of coffee, says study Coffee addicts are more sensitive to the smell of coffee

Researchers said they have known for sometime that drug cues – for example, the smell of alcohol – can trigger craving in users


Almonds preferred snack for workout Almonds preferred snack for workout

An increasing number of people  prefer to include almonds in their pre and post workout diet


How to treat hair fall in summer with Ayurveda How to treat hair fall in summer with Ayurveda

Sebaceous is a hair follicle that is attached to our oil glands. Glands produce a fatty sebum which nourishes our hair


Online bullying worsens depression in teens Online bullying worsens depression in teens

This study is one of few to explore the connection between cyber victimization and sleep quality


Stress causes emotional eating, leading to obesity Stress causes emotional eating, leading to obesity

As part of the latest study, a team of researchers explored whether the relationship between lower socioeconomic status and obesity is explained by psychological distress and subsequent emotional eating as a coping strategy

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