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12 Sep 2021Lifestyle
Here's all you need to know about lactose intolerance
Lactose intolerance is fairly common and affects almost 75% of the global population.
12 Sep 2021Lifestyle
Four myths you believed about protein and its supplements, busted!
Workouts and protein go hand in hand.
09 Sep 2021Lifestyle
Some traditional foods that are returning to our daily diets
Gone are the days when you would watch a recipe of a fancy breakfast item and make it.
09 Sep 2021Beauty
Few tips to choose the right intimate care products
Keeping your intimate areas clean is part of good genital hygiene as such areas are sensitive and prone to infections if not taken care of properly.
09 Sep 2021Lifestyle
A few effective tips to get rid of snoring
Snoring is a common condition seen in one in every three men and four women, says the US National Sleep Foundation.
08 Sep 2021Coronavirus
COVID-19 takes severe toll on fight against HIV, TB: Report
The COVID-19 pandemic had a severe impact on the global fight against diseases like the HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria last year, according to a report by the Global Fund.
08 Sep 2021West Bengal
West Bengal: Diarrhea outbreak in Kamarhati area, 78 hospitalized
Seventy-eight people have been hospitalized with symptoms of diarrhea in the neighboring Kamarhati area of the North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, health department officials said.
07 Sep 2021Kerala
What is the status of Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala?
A 12-year-old boy died of the Nipah virus at a hospital in Kerala on Sunday, triggering alarm among the authorities and the public.
06 Sep 2021HealthBytes
#HealthBytes: The importance of including lysine in the diet
Lysine is one of the nine essential amino acids and a building block of proteins. Lysine can't be produced by the body and is absorbed from the diet.
What is minimalist living? Few steps to get you started
Have you ever taken a moment to be grateful for the simple things in life?
#HealthBytes: Surprising health benefits of parsley
Parsley is a popular culinary herb that has a mild, bitter taste and is used to flavor soups, salads, and meat dishes.
#HealthBytes: Health benefits of the popular algae supplement, spirulina
Spirulina is a blue-green alga that has taken health and fitness by storm in recent years and this is not surprising considering its many benefits.
Five benefits of using an oil diffuser at home
Oil diffusers use heat to break down essential oils into vapor. When this vapor is released into the air, it makes the living space aromatic by letting out the essence of the oil that is used.
Uva ursi: What makes this herbal supplement so popular?
Uva ursi is an evergreen shrub that grows well in rocky terrains. The plant blossoms into pink and white flowers which get replaced with red berries in the summer.
04 Sep 2021Lifestyle
#HealthBytes: From strong bones to healthy heart, benefits of broccoli
Agreed that broccoli isn't our go-to vegetable owing to its flavorless crunch and bland taste, but the nutrient-rich profile of this cruciferous veggie makes it impossible to omit it from the diet.
#HealthBytes: Reasons why you should eat more of mulberries
Mulberries are colorful berries that have a unique, tart taste and are usually made into wine, fruit juice, jam, syrups, etc.
#HealthBytes: Why you should make pomegranate part of daily diet
Pomegranates are called the "divine" fruit for a reason.
#HealthBytes: Why fenugreek seeds are good for your health
Fenugreek has been a part of Indian medicine for centuries and is considered a wonder herb with many health benefits.
#HealthBytes: Benefits of cinnamon and cinnamon water in managing diabetes
High blood sugar is often the cause of health complications like heart disease and nerve damage.
#HealthBytes: Impressive reasons to make gooseberries part of your diet
Gooseberry is one of the few fruits that have equal numbers of fans and haters. Health experts and fitness freaks love gooseberry for its sheer amount of goodness while a majority find it hard to eat because of its sour taste.
#HealthBytes: Science-backed benefits of fennel seeds
Fennel herb and seeds hold an important place in the culinary world.
01 Sep 2021Delhi
Delhi: Nearly 100 dengue cases this year; 45 in August
At least 97 cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi this year, according to a civic report released on Monday.
31 Aug 2021India
Addicted to tea but want something healthy? Try white tea
White tea is an easy-to-make drink, and the least chemically processed of all the different varieties of tea available in the market.
30 Aug 2021Lifestyle
#HealthBytes: Manganese-rich foods and its importance in the diet
Manganese is an important nutrient that is crucial for several chemical processes in the body.
#HealthBytes: Impressive health benefits of grapes you should know about
Grapes have been in cultivation for thousands of years and owing to their health benefits, they are a part of traditional medicines worldwide.
Reasons why niacinamide should be your top skincare ingredient
Niacinamide is one of the types of vitamin B3 that can be produced by the body from tryptophan.
#HealthBytes: Everything you should know about monkey B virus
While the world is still reeling under the COVID-19 pandemic, monkey B virus infections have raised concerns.
#HealthBytes: Here's why pistachios are good for your health
Pistachios are tree nuts that are loaded with nutrients and have been around since as early as 7000 BC.
#HealthBytes: Foods that are high on fat, but healthy too
It is a common myth that fat is a no-no for the body or that it should be restricted from the diet to stay healthy. On the contrary, our body requires healthy fats for energy and they are important for bodily processes.
28 Aug 2021Lifestyle
#HealthBytes: Health benefits of kombucha tea that are science-backed
Kombucha is a fermented tea that is made from tea, sugar and a type of bacteria and yeast, and is consumed by health proponents worldwide.
#HealthBytes: Here's why you should include tempeh in your diet
Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food that is made from fermented soybeans. It is believed to be a complete source of protein as it contains all nine of the essential amino acids.
#HealthBytes: Hate mustard oil? You're missing out on these benefits
If you grew up in India, you probably have heard your mother or grandmother rave about the goodness of mustard oil.
#HealthBytes: Some science-backed benefits of pineapple that might surprise you
Pineapple is a juicy, yellow, tropical fruit that is available year-round in fresh, frozen and canned options.
26 Aug 2021Lifestyle
#HealthBytes: Like eating walnuts? Here are their surprising heath benefits
Walnuts are considered a healthy snack and are a part of several diet plans and cuisines all over the world.
25 Aug 2021Gujarat
Man seals private parts with adhesive to avoid pregnancy; dies
A 25-year-old man in Gujarat allegedly died after using a strong epoxy adhesive to seal his private parts instead of using a condom during sex.
25 Aug 2021World Health Organization
COVID-19 may be entering endemic stage. What does it mean?
Coronavirus in India might be entering the "endemic stage," World Health Organization's (WHO) Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan said in an interview with The Wire.
24 Aug 2021Lifestyle
#HealthBytes: A few healthy reasons to munch on pumpkin seeds
Pumpkin seeds have been used in medicines for centuries and are an age-old remedy for urinary infections, kidney stones, worm infection etc.
A few tips to keep your hair damage-free this summer
Summertime calls for not just oodles of SPF on the skin, but it is also the time to amp up your hair care routine.
#HealthBytes: Some hacks that help to quickly reduce water retention
Water retention or edema is a common condition where our body retains fluid, causing bloating or uneasiness.
#HealthBytes: Some home remedies to get rid of peeling fingertips
Our hands are often exposed to harsh chemicals from detergents and other household chemicals. This can lead to the skin surrounding the fingertips to peel.