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Tips to choose an effective sunscreen

Taking care of skin is one of the appropriate ways to enjoy summers. If you know how to do it in the best way, half of the battle is won. When it comes to skin care the discussion remains incomplete without talking about sunscreen lotion. If you think any kind and any brand of sunscreen will do for you, think again. Everybody is different, everybody’s skin is different and you cannot appl...


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How Yoga is useful for people with disabilities?

Recently, the Indian-originated lifestyle practice, Yoga has been proclaimed as best kind of exercise to attain overall wellbeing. It stimulates internal organs and improves their functioning. Along with this, it brings mental calmness and clarity of thoughts. Owing to countless benefits, Yoga is being adopted as lifestyle by disabled people as well. Yoga is one of the effective ways to...


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5 vows to live by to keep away fats

Health is one of the valuable possessions anybody in the world has. Nonetheless, realisation comes only when you can no more get back your healthy self. Obesity is one of those culprits that nicks or damages this valuable possession without making you aware about it. Before the time flies away with the most valued asset of your life, take steps to shed those unwanted fats. Once you have succeed...


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Will Yoga bring good skin too?

Lately, people have started trusting alternative ways for treating their health issues. The realisation has come that anything has to be treated from within. There is no use of solutions that treat the problem on the surface. The same applies to issues related to skin. Skin is the first thing to get influenced when something or the other is not right in the body. Fatigue, low blood pres...


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Tips to keep your skin summer proof

After winter blues you want to come out of those heavy jerseys and pullovers and feel the sun on your skin. Warm sun feels good for the first few weeks but exposure to scorching heat can take the sheen out of your skin ruthlessly. Your skin may feel off the nutrition you fed it all through the winters. Here are the ways you can keep your skin summer-proof and keep looking gorgeou...


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VirScan can detect your previous viral infections

One drop of blood can reveal previous 1000 viral infections the person had developed in his past. Wondering how? This has become possible through VirScan, a new medical technology that helps to find more than 1 strain of virus in the human blood. Currently, when the blood test is carried out, it is done to detect the presence of only one kind of virus. This does not bring other virus in...


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What is ADHD and how to treat it?

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The condition develops in children. Children diagnosed with the disorder are either not attentive or hyperactive. They are not able to control their emotions and behaviour. The disorder limits their ability to plan or organize and perform other cognitive tasks. Health care professionals say that the disorder is associated with co...


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Mammography screening reduces risk of breast cancer by 40%

As per reports, breast cancer is the first largest cause of cancer deaths in low and middle income countries and second largest cause in developed countries. Doctors around the world have realised this and they are inviting women to get mammography screening done. According to researchers, mammography can reduce the number of cancer death among women. A study was conduct...


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Stand up or walk for 2 to 4 hours in a day to keep you in good shape

Sedentary lifestyle that includes sitting for almost 70 per cent of the time each day is causing many health problems. International panel of experts at Public Health England and the company owning the Get Britain Standing Campaign, Active Working CIC, have recommended that people who are involved in work requiring sitting position for long hours, should aim to stand or should do light ...


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Beware of bacteria causing diabetes

Till now we knew that diabetes occurred due to insulin resistance, glucose intolerance and sometimes due to hereditary reasons. But recent findings reveal that diabetes type II can occur due to over exposure to a certain kind of bacteria. Medical experts believe this kind of finding can take us ahead by leaps to fight the condition of diabetes. Bacterium called Staphylococcus aureus, in...


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Are you addicted to food?

You swear again and again that you are not going to touch sweets again. But does that help out? No. In fact, your craving for sweets have grown double fold and there is literally nothing that can work out to keep you away from your favourite food. This is what we call food addiction. Many people say there is no term as food addiction. They say they won’t starve themselves when the...


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Bursting into laughter may be your inherited quality

There are various kinds of people around us. Some like to laugh and giggle on every instance while there are some who rarely laugh. Do you like to smile often and you burst into laughter even with a slight tingle? High chances are there that you have inherited the characteristic from your parents. Dr Claudia Haase, a researcher at Northwestern University in Illinois, states that there i...


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99% people in Delhi are protein deficient- Survey

As per the research conducted by the Indian Market Research Bureau (IMRB), ninety nine percent of the people in Delhi are protein deficient while over 80 percent of the Indians' diet lacks adequate protein. The study released here on Monday also warned that the deficiency of essential nutrient amongst Indians is increasing at an alarming rate. The study titled "Protein ...


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5 changes to bring in your lifestyle to get rid of back pains

What do you do when you feel your back is aching? Many of us prefer to take an over-the-counter available medicine. But is that the right way to treat your back ache? Definitely not. Todd Sinett, a chiropractor and co-author of “The Truth about Back Pain” says, back pain is rarely because of pain in the back, causes lie in hidden conditions. So it is not just the back pain y...


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Thanjavur College gets its first medical super speciality course

The Thanjavur Medical College, one of the prominent colleges in Tamil Nadu, has been granted its first Medical Super Speciality Course – DM Neurology; disclosed by TMC Dean P. G. Sankaranarayanan. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has permitted one seat of three-year DM Neurology course from the 2015-16 academic year. Candidates who have completed MD General Medicine and MD Pedia...


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Strategy to block diabetes-based retinopathy

Doctors will soon be able to cure retinopathy that develops due to diabetes. A few scientists have come to know that it is possible to prevent blindness or eye disease that is caused due to the developing condition of diabetes. Diabetics start losing their vision due to blood vessels in their eyes that become leaky with time. These blood vessels bleed and cause damage to the retina. ...


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Have positive emotions to keep relation blooming

Needless to mention, benefits of smiling are numerous. You are able to delay wrinkles and it also enables you to fight the odds of life with ease. Besides these advantages, smiling genuinely helps you to make new relationships. There is no need of a study to prove the point. A genuine and natural smile can be easily differentiated from a fake one and this is what that makes others come ...


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WHA makes USD 100 million contingency fund mandatory

The 68th World Health Assembly (WHA) concluded with a decision to maintain contingency fund of USD 100 million to address the global health issues immediately. The assembly focused on the action plan to combat antibiotic resistance and emergencies due to Ebola and to make vaccinations available for the same. Some of the neglected diseases were also addressed. Pandemic influenza framework was as...


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Consistent noise pollution can bring abdominal obesity

If you reside near a busy road, railway lines or under aircraft, you can soon add fats to your waist and hips in no time. This is what the study at Stockholm has proved. The research examined the effects of noise pollution on 5, 075 people living around Stockholm since 1999. Though there was no link found between the change in BMI and noise pollution, but the level of pollution ...


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