Delicious ways to eat Mangoes this season
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From mango sandwich to a mango dessert, one can try out some delicious ways of trying this fruit so that you can make the most of it this season. Carefully curated by French chef Gregory Bazire from Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House and Chef Paul Hayward, Executive Pastry Chef, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, try out these

Eat fatty fish to cut your heart disease risk: Study Eat fatty fish to cut your heart disease risk: Study

LONDON: Consuming fatty fish four times a week may help increase the amount of good cholesterol and prevent the risk of heart disease, finds a study. The findings showed that fatty fish increases the size and lipid composition of highdensity lipoprotein (HDL) particles, also known as good cholesterol, in people with impaired glucose metabolism.Morever, using

Healthcare for poor, elderly top priority: PM Modi

Healthcare for poor, elderly top priority: PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday highlighted the need for medical care in India for the poor, and elderly. He said this when one of the attendants drew a parallel between the ObamaCare and ModiCare while questioning about the progress of healthcare in India at the ‘Bharat

Not just heart, sitting is bad for your brain too

Not just heart, sitting is bad for your brain too. Excessive sitting is bad for your physical health – and your brain too, finds a new study. According to scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, the sedentary behaviour could influence brain health. The researchers recruited 35 people ages 45 to 75 and asked

What triggers depression among adults?

What triggers depression among adults? A new research has pinpointed some genes that can trigger depression. As per the research conducted by the University of Edinburgh, nearly 80 genes that could be linked to depression have been discovered. The findings could help explain why some people may be at a higher risk of developing the

Drinking plain hot water may help you shed weight, boost your health
Drinking plain hot water may help you shed weight, boost your health

Drinking plain hot water may help you shed weight, boost your health. Lauding the age-old Indian practice of drinking the hot water now several global researchers have also agreed to the fact that instead of drinking hot water with lemon, just by consuming hot water on its own would not only help you shed off

Fitness, fashion are fun-filled journeys says Jacqueline
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Fitness, fashion are fun-filled journeys says Jacqueline. Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who has launched her brand Just F, says fitness and fashion are fun-filled journeys rather than destinations. “I have always believed that fitness and fashion are not destinations, but fun-filled journeys. They are, to me, a way of living, and as such I want my active-wear

Government to install biometric attendance system at 22 civil hospitals

Jalandhar(Puneet Pal Singh): – To make sure the punctuality of civil hospital’s doctors and staff, Punjab Government has decided to install biometric attendance system at 22 government civil hospitals in the state. After acquiring several complaints of doctors not present at the hospitals the project of Rs 20 lakh will be installed at public hospitals said

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Viagra, a new weapon against cancers?

Viagra may the potential to fight cancer, according to a new study. The clinical research by Ecancermedical science found that the class of drugs currently prescribed to treat male erectile dysfunction can be included in the new trials for anti-cancer drugs. The researchers identified that selective phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) inhibitors have the potential to be used in new

Access drinking water leads to the cause of Sugar and BP

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh, April 10: Access drinking of water can lead to the cause of Sugar, High Blood Pressure, indigestion and Kidney diseases, while to drink less water to be healthy. A senior Ayurveda consultant in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Gold Medalist, Dr Parmeshwar Arora, while talking to Media-men in the Press Club, Chandigarh,

Dancing can help people Age better
Dancing can help people Age better

MELBOURNE: Taking dance classes can boost energy levels, flexibility and happiness in older adults and help them age better, a study has found. Researchers from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia examined the health and wellbeing benefits of dancing. Over a threemonth project, researchers found that participants experienced higher energy levels, greater flexibility, improved

Physiotherapy clinics got tied up with Harvest Tennis Academy

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World Health Day : Universal Health Coverage. – a long way to go !

By Dr. Ashwani K. Malhotra 38 year old  Seema was wheeled into the emergency of the local Civil Hospital with heavy bleeding after delivery by the village dai. Multiple pregnancies and anemia took a toll on her health and despite a couple of blood transfusions and a surgery, she could not be saved 26 year

Stressful life events may accelerate brain ageing
Stressful life events may accelerate brain ageing

LOS ANGELES: Major midlife adverse events, such as divorce or death of a family member, accelerates ageing in the brain, a study has found. “Having more midlife fateful life events, particularly relating to divorce/separation or a family death, was associated with advanced predicted brain ageing,” said Sean Hatton from University of California, San Diego in

Pasta can be part of healthy diet
Pasta can be part of healthy diet !

Pasta can be part of healthy diet! Turns out, pasta can be a part of a healthy diet without packing the pounds. Wait, what? According to a new study by St. Michael’s Hospital, carbohydrates get a lot of bad press and blame for the obesity epidemic, but this negative attention may not be deserved for

Smartphone app may help women reduce period pain
Smartphone app may help women reduce period pain

BERLIN: A smartphone app can help women effectively reduce and cope with menstrual pain and cramps using self-acupressure, a study has found. About 50 to 90 per cent of young women experience pain during their periods. While this pain primarily manifests itself as lower abdominal cramping, other symptoms include headache, backache, nausea and diarrhea. Acupressure is

April 7: World Health Day –Indian tale of unfulfilled goals

April 7: World Health Day –Indian tale of unfulfilled goals. India short of 5 lac doctors- situation worse than Vietnam. Year after year, World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April to mark the anniversary of the founding of World health organization (WHO) in 1948. Each year a different theme is selected that highlights a

This World Health Day, let's focus on eye health - Health
This World Health Day, let’s focus on eye health

This World Health Day, let’s focus on eye health. Eye health is one of the most ignored topics in the health domain. Eye-related diseases – especially Retinal Diseases like Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and Diabetic macular edema (DME) – are disabling. The blind population in India is estimated to rise to 15 million by 2020.

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All you need to know about Cardiomyopathy!

Cardiomyopathy is a progressive disease of the myocardium, the heart muscle. The condition is either confined to the heart or is part of generalized systemic disorders. They often lead to cardiovascular death or progressive heart failure-related disability. These diseases have many causes, signs and symptoms and treatments. The heart muscle either becomes enlarged, thick or rigid in

New potential breast cancer drug identified

New potential breast cancer drug identified. Scientists, including an Indian-American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have become resistant to traditional therapies. The first-in-class molecule shuts down oestrogen-sensitive breast cancer in a new way, researchers said. First-in-class drugs are those that work by a unique