Health

Junk foods may damage your bones, warns a study

Junk foods may damage your bones, warns a study

Jerusalem: Does your kid love to eat ultra-processed junk foods like packaged chips, soups, hot dogs and fries? Besides the increasing ri...Read More

World Liver Day: Busting myths associated with fatty liver disease

World Liver Day: Busting myths associated with fatty liver disease

Fatty liver is the accumulation of excessive fat in the liver. Normal liver contain less than 5% of fat as triglycerides

Strategies to recover faster from the second wave of Covid-19

Strategies to recover faster from the second wave of Covid-19

From onion juice to kadha, and from ripe papaya to carrots, here’s a list of foods which can boost immunity and help bounce back from cor...Read More

COVID-19: Follow these steps to manage the infection effectively

COVID-19: Follow these steps to manage the infection effectively

The monumental rise in corona positive cases has forced many states to reinstate night curfew and weekend lockdown. In order to stay safe...Read More

Work From Home woes: Women are worst hit by 'Zoom fatigue', reveals a study

Work From Home woes: Women are worst hit by 'Zoom fatigue', reveals a study

According to a study, as compared to males, back-to-back online meetings and video conferencing is taking a toll on females’ health, lead...Read More

How Himalayan salt can keep you in the ‘pink’ of your health

How Himalayan salt can keep you in the ‘pink’ of your health

Mined in the Himalayan foothills, it has hundreds of essential nutrients that give it its rosy hue. Previous research indicates that it i...Read More

Soon, a probiotic yogurt-based drug to combat Covid

Soon, a probiotic yogurt-based drug to combat Covid

The drug candidates are based on molecules isolated from Kefir yogurt -- a fermented probiotic dairy drink made by infusing cow or goat m...Read More

Here's why some people are unable to lose weight despite dieting

Here's why some people are unable to lose weight despite dieting

According to a study, due to big dips in blood sugar levels, people feel hungry all the time and end up consuming more calories

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