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Signs of dehydration

It has become very hot, so I feel worried about dehydration. What symptoms should I look out for? Dehydration...

Discover the benefits of pedaling

There are many benefits to cycling, especially if you can do it on open fields. Let’s look at the advant...
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The tough get quitting

Smoking is not only a hazard to your own health, but also to those around you. It’s time to quit. Quitt...

Do good, eat good

• Set a to-do-list – there’s nothing better than the satisfaction of ticking off your achieve...

The smell of sweat

All humans have a distinctive, identifiable body odour, usually pleasant but sometimes not so. It is not due t...

Jump, it’ll pump your brain

Exercise can change how crucial portions of our brain communicate as we age, improving aspects of thinking and...

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Health  /  Published 08.04.21

Lots in a name

What was aloe vera before it became aloe vera? Only ghritakumari, an ingredient that was used in ayurvedic oils, which were yet to become luxury brands packaged in seductive bottles. A search online ...
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Health  /  Published 07.04.21

Parameters to consider before buying a ULIP

In a world full of uncertainties, it is crucial to have a financial plan that could secure your future. This becomes even more important in light of the events of the last one year which saw over 2.7 ...
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Health  /  Published 07.04.21

Signs of dehydration

It has become very hot, so I feel worried about dehydration. What symptoms should I look out for? Dehydration can occur gradually from sweating as well as breathing. In the earlier stages, it can mak...
By Dr Gita Mathai in

Health  /  Published 04.04.21

Discover the benefits of pedaling

• Indoor cycling can be combined with resistance training, involving the kettlebell, barbell, dumb-bell and/or body weight exercises. It can form a part of the circuit training which enhances the...
By Anwar Wahhab in

Health  /  Published 01.04.21

'Fatty Liver Not Always Benign'

According to Dr Goenka, “there is no need to panic. But at the same time, patients should not be too relaxed, and should remain vigilant following a diagnosis. With our current knowledge, there ...
By Priyam Marik in

Health  /  Published 01.04.21

The tough get quitting

Smoking is not only a hazard to your own health, but also to those around you. It’s time to quit. Quitting cigarettes is probably one of the toughest things that you will ever do. Some people I...
By Mayukh Banerjee in

Health  /  Published 01.04.21

Do good, eat good

• Set a to-do-list – there’s nothing better than the satisfaction of ticking off your achievements. • Focus on eating natural, unprocessed foods. Tune into your hunger and satie...
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Health  /  Published 31.03.21

The smell of sweat

• Remove underarm and groin hair as they trap both sweat and bacteria. Bacteria cannot breed in dry areas of the body • Bathe twice a day using antibacterial soap. Do not apply the soap dir...
By Dr Gita Mathai in

Health  /  Published 31.03.21

Jump, it’ll pump your brain

Exercise can change how crucial portions of our brain communicate as we age, improving aspects of thinking and remembering, according to a fascinating new study of ageing brains and aerobic workouts. ...
By Gretchen Reynolds in

Health  /  Published 28.03.21

Schizophrenia: maze of torment

We do not know exactly what causes the illness Most people who are diagnosed as having schizophrenia experience a detachment from reality. Often — though not always — this is deeply distr...
By J.R. Ram in


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