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    Here's what you need to know about tonsils and adenoids

    When should I remove my adenoids and tonsils? The adenoids are two small lumpy balloon like tissues behind the back of the nose and throat. They are part of the lymphatic system which is lots of piping and tubing around the body with little storage tanks and pumps to move it around. The lymphatic system produces white blood cells and proteins and fats in a liquid form. The lymph system is...

    • 4 days ago
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    Keep these 5 daily health promises for a healthy heart

    Promise yourself a sound sleep Make sleep a priority. Researchers believe that sleeping too little causes disruption in our biological clocks and thus adversely affects body functions, including increasing the risk of developing high blood pressure and inflammation in the body and can cause heart disease. The prescribed duration of sleep is nothing less than 7 to 8 hours. The depth of...

    • 6 days ago
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    Diet for lactating mothers

    PART 2 Staying hydrated is important during lactation but drinking water becomes a chore, let's look at interesting ways to achieve it: Herbal tea: Boil tulsi, ginger, and lemongrass, mint (you can decide the quantity and choose all or just one or two ingredients). Before drinking, add lemon juice and jaggery or even green tea leaves. Hot Milk Booster: Make a powder of almonds, walnuts, elaichi and keep it in an air...

    • 6 days ago
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    Symptoms of menopause can often last for many years

    Menopause is a natural biological occurrence signalling the end of a woman's ability to reproduce. This happens with the end of her last menstrual period. Medically, menopause is said to happen 12 months after a woman menstruates for the final time. Menopause is a normal part of a woman's life, just like puberty. Even though a woman may experience many symptoms as she goes through menopause,...

    • a week ago
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    Cut calories by 15% to stay young, suggests study

    After just one year on a reduced-calorie diet, study participants saw their metabolic rates drop significantly. The lowered rate continued into the second year and led to an overall decrease in oxidative stress, a process that has been tied to diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer's disease and other age-related conditions. 'Reducing calorie intake provides health benefits to all people regardless of...

    • a week ago
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    Yogasanas to keep a check on diabetes

    Diabetes is a challenging disease for the world to overcome. Its prevalence has been increasing rapidly worldwide, especially, in low- and middle-income countries like India. According to a WHO study done in 2015, 8.7% of Indian population are living with diabetes. It means 69.2 million Indian people have diabetes and in more than 36 million people it remained undiagnosed. It is important to control...

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    Yoga improves quality of life in #breastcancer patients, proves study

    An Indian study by including doctors Nita Nair, Nishu Singh Goel and five others from Department of Surgical Oncology, Breast Disease Management Group and Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) in Mumbai have evaluated and proven that yoga helps improve the quality of life for women undergoing medical treatment for breast cancer.

    • a week ago
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    Miscarriage may trigger post-traumatic stress disorder

    At their early pregnancy loss clinic, a third of the women have PTSD symptoms. Nicole Martin had three miscarriages in a year, her 'dark days'. 'Everyone thinks because you've already got a child it's easier. In a lot of respects it definitely is easier than not having a child, but I wanted another child for [my child's] sake.' Nicole and her husband, Ben, started trying for their second...

    • a week ago
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    Beneficial yoga asanas for treating hypertension

    Hypertension - also known as high blood pressure. Blood vessels act as carriers of blood from the heart to other parts of the body. High blood pressure caused due to the force of blood pushing against the walls of vessels. High blood pressure can lead to heart attacks, strokes and death. High blood pressure is called a silent killer because it shows no symptoms. According to a report published in...

    • a week ago
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    Studies show females are better at multitasking than men

    Walking and talking seems simple enough, but chances are you can't even do those two things at once. Multitasking is harder than it appears, according to a video from BrainCraft, one of the tasks usually suffers, which you can see when people walking down the street slow their pace each time they look down at their phones. But even then, we're not doing more than one thing at a time....

    • a week ago

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