7 Habits That Must be Developed In Kids Early On

Parenting is all about experimentation. Everybody seems to have an opinion on what’s good or bad for your kids. So, while there might be a long list of habits that you think your kids need to develop, here is a list of 7 that are a complete must have. Whenever we come across misguided or...

Split ends? 5 natural remedies for this common hair problem!

Split ends
Split ends have to be the most common hair problem we face! You hear ladies complaining about it in salons, chatting about it over coffee sessions and blogging about split ends online. So why do we get these annoying twig ends to our tresses? Experts tell us that split ends occur when the protective...

‘Brain window’ implant in the pipeline

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As been planned by US reseachers, a new highly advanced technique- "window to the brain" implant is in the pipeline. This would enable doctors to peep through the skull and treat patients as better as possible. This implant will be using a see-through version kind of similar to the material applied for hip implant. According to...

‘Mission Rabies’ on the go in Madurai

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The latest buzz around- 'Ten days, 100 wards and 6,000 dogs' this has been set as the prime focus of a mass rabies vaccination of dogs in the city. This has been decided to be launched on September 2, under a project called ‘Mission Rabies.’ Originated from UK, World Veterinary Service (WVS) has introduced a...

‘Queen of Heart’ campaign to educate women on CVDs

The Centre for Community medicines AIIMS, New Delhi and Biocon have teamed up to launch the "Queen of Heart" campaign aimed at creating awareness on cardiovascular diseases among Indian women. Biocon is a joint initiative of Heal Foundation and the Indian Public Health Association (IPHA). "Queen of Heart”, an archetype initiative, will reach approximately 450...

Obesity in women liked to childhood abuse

Obesity in women
A recent study has stated that women gone through physical abuse during childhood are more inclined towards obesity. The researchers from the University of Toronto indicate that women who have undergone physical abuse in childhood were a bit more likely to become obese than women coming from non-abusive atmosphere. Lead author Esme Fuller-Thomson, Professor and Sandra...

Quit-smoking gums not bad for your heart: study

Good news for all those people out there who are trying to quit smoking! Recent study states that replacement gums and other smoking cessation products that contain nicotine and are prescribed to those who wish to kick off smoking are not dangerous to the heart. These days people are highly aware that smoking tobacco...

Mumbai man declared dead comes back to life

Call it a bizarre incident or a case of sheer negligence, but a 55-year old man, Chandrakant Gangurde pronounced dead by his doctor, stunned all by his sudden revival after being taken off his life support system. The doctor, Dr Atul Chirmade, cancer surgeon at Atharva Hospital in Sion, was arrested for declaring the demise...

Amazing health benefits of holy basil leaves!!

They may look like small ordinary green leaves but they pack a stiff 'health punch.' We are talking about the holy basil here. This plant is a source of worship in Hinduism and actually possesses medicinal properties that can cure a large number of ailments. Common cold and fever Boil the tender leaves of basil plant...

Long working hours can lead you to depression

A recent study has stated that people who work for really long hours at a stretch with high job demands are more likely to undergo depression. New interventions targeting on the combination of "long hours/overworked" (LHO) might prove to be helpful in reducing the risk of depression in the workplace, according to the report...

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