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Eating local Vs Global

Fruits and vegetables on your plate could be immigrants from other parts of the world! Mr. Mango may have had a long-haul flight before reaching your plate and could be easing from a jet lag!

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Planning for pregnancy? Here’s how you can prepare yourself

Last evening, as my husband and me were walking through we noticed a beautiful, happy family ...

Nutrition Is eating eggs good or bad for health? New research reignites debate.

An eggs-ellent source of protein, minerals and vitamins, eggs have been considered super food since ages..

Homeopathy Can Homeopathy Cure PCOS?

A recent study by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on 3,500 women in India reported that more than 50%...

Oncology 5 Subtle Warning Signs of Stomach Cancer to Watch Out

Most of us have experienced a stomach-ache from time-to-time. Isn’t it? However, it is surprising to note from survivors of stomach cancer that pain isn’t one of the early symptoms of stomach cancer..

Global Health Air pollution kills more people than smoking

On an average, every man, woman and child in India and China is breathing air, so polluted it is equivalent to smoking 20 cigarettes every single day.

Infertility The meteoric rise in infertility and some reasons behind it

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Nutrition 5 simple habits to improve heart health in a busy life

Year after year, heart diseases feature in the list of leading health problems across the world. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] one in every 4 deaths can be attributed to cardiovascular diseases. While earlier considered to be a part of ‘old mans’ diseases’, the myth is now broken as more people in young age as well as across genders are getting affected. The meteoric rise in the incidence of medical issues including diabetes, high blood pressure as well as lifestyle conditions such as obesity, lack of physical activity, and stress all lead to a rise in disease prevalence.

Nutrition Scientists reveal diet that can save our planet

On 30th March 2019 at 8.30 pm local time; cities, businesses and people, all over the world will switch off all lights for one hour in solidarity with global efforts to save our planet earth. For more than a decade now Earth Hour has become a huge movement to bring awareness regarding climate change, while promoting action to preserve the environment.