1. Painkillers May Affect Your Emotions

    Painkillers May Affect Your Emotions

    Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen are well-known over- the- counter (OTC) painkillers. Can ibuprofen improve your mood, too? Now a study published in the journal, Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, points to evidence that OTC pain relievers may have some influence over a person’s reactions to emotionally painful experiences, ability to understand another person’s emotional responses, ability to process information and discomfort from parting with possessions. The researchers theorise that both physical and mental pain may depend on the same behavioural and neural mechanisms that register pain-related reactions. Acetaminophen, the...
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  2. Yoga and Diabetes

    Yoga and Diabetes

    Yoga, derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, means the union of individual consciousness with universal consciousness or Spirit. Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian body of wisdom and complete essence of the Way of Life. One of the wonders of practicing yoga is that the poses support and sustain you no matter how old or young, or fit or weak, you are when you come to your mat.Yoga has been the cure for an array of diseases since ages. Meditation, breathing exercises, pranayama, and asanas are the most important of all yogas to attain eternal peace. Diabetes is a multi-factorial disorder that occurs either when the pancreas fails to secrete the hormone insulin...
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  3. Tulsi - Immune Booster For This Monsoon Season

    Tulsi - Immune Booster For This Monsoon Season

    Monsoon season is a welcome change from the sizzling summer months. The drop in temperature and the rains brings us happiness, but it is also a time when infections are at peak. Children are more prone to diseases during the monsoon season. The weather provides an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes and germs, which may lead to diseases such as malaria, dengue, jaundice and viral fever.Tulsi or holy basil (Ocimum Sanctum) is undeniably one of the best...
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  4. Is Sitting The New Smoking?

    Is Sitting The New Smoking?

    Sitting has been branded the "new smoking", especially for people with sit-down office jobs. Studies have linked sitting for prolonged periods of time with:Heightened risk of cancer Heart disease Diabetes Depression A higher risk of being disabled  Those...
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  5. Moms With Dogs Have Healthier Babies

    Moms With Dogs Have Healthier Babies

    Here's another reason dogs are known as Man's Best Friend - the latest research shows they also boost human...
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  6. A Good Saturated Fat Coconut Oil

    A Good Saturated Fat Coconut Oil

    The common misconception is that saturated fats are bad and cause heart disease, but recent studies have found disproven the belief as unprocessed saturated fats are an important part of a healthy diet and should be regularly consumed not avoided.Coconut oil is an essential and useful saturated fat, which has proven health benefits such as being good for your heart, brain, skin, immune system, and thyroid. Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid which is...
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  7. Prevent Heat Stroke- Netmeds.com Tells You How!

    Prevent Heat Stroke- Netmeds.com Tells You How!

    Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing, and a wide-brimmed hat.Use a sunscreen with...
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  8. Do You Know How to Breathe?

    Do You Know How to Breathe?

    The breath of life aid precisely what it says: To breathe is to live; not to breathe is to die. A human can survive without food for weeks, go without water for days, but one can't survive for more than a few minutes without air! This fact is so clear and breathing is so natural that most people take it for granted.   How to Start Breathe in and count to five while you draw the air in through your nose deep into your lungs. Hold for 3 seconds and release slowly through your mouth for 5 seconds. As you breathe in, breath in pure white light or golden sun light energy and as you breathe out, breathe out waste and toxins, sometimes it helps to picture this grey or a dull color, releasing them from your body, which...
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  9. Stop The Stigma- Talk About Mental Health!

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  10. Metropolis Healthcare Study: 8 in 10 people in Chennai suffer from lack of Vitamin D

    The body produces Vitamin D in response to skin being exposed to sunlight & is popularly known as the Sunshine vitamin. Vitamin D is essential for developing strong bones as it acts as the catalyst for the body to absorb calcium from the diet. Vitamin D deficiency may also result in bone mineralization, leading to bone softening diseases as rickets in children, osteomalacia & osteoporosis in adults.A data analysis of over 103563 samples between the age group of 0 to 80 years tracked over five years from 2012 - 2016...
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