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A sedentary lifestyle, coupled with space crunch and a dearth of space for physical activities are pushing youngsters towards an unhealthy lifestyle.
The benefits of papaya are mind-boggling as they range from helping your heart to regulating your periods to reducing your acne! Add it to your diet today!
Relieve cough, deal with asthma, get rid of headaches using eucalyptus oil which is easily available at your chemist's shop. These benefits are mind-boggling we assure!
Mensuration or periods are shrouded with taboos and myths. There is a sense of fear, shame, embarrassment, and even guilt when a girl gets her first period. Watch as women share their first period stories and how that experience changed the way they look at periods.
Ladies, aspiring to look fit and fab as Kareena Kapoor Khan? Read what the actress eats for her stunning look and how she maintains her lifestyle.
Rashi Ahuja, Senior Psychologist at IWill therapy app by ePsyClinic believes that most of us may relate to eating particular kinds of food when we are upset or stressed, but there are many other factors that impact depression positively or negatively.
For those who believe in natural remedies for every disease, potato juice comes as a boon. Some of you might think the potato is nothing but a ‘fattening’ vegetable. From lowering cholesterol to curing constipation, and helping in weight loss to treating migraines, here’s why potato juice needs a permanent space in your diet regime.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, having lunch after 3 pm can severely slow down the weight loss process.
Consuming whisky in the right dosage may have a positive effect on one’s health life, be it man, or woman.
Remember when your daadi forced you to eat 'til ke laddoo'? From treating diabetes to improving eye health, sesame seeds can help you get rid of several diseases. Read along and find out its benefits.
World Hypertension Day 2019 theme Know your numbers focuses on making sure people check their blood pressure regularly and know their numbers in order to take necessary action on time.
Watch what Dr. Rommel Tickoo from Max Super Speciality Hospital has to say on what dengue during pregnancy can mean.