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Things we need for our emotional health: Expert offers tips

“Things that help us thrive and build resilience. Best part? They are free,” wrote Emily as she noted down the things to do in order to take care of emotional health.


Celebrities who are HIV positive

Some celebrities prefer to keep their private lives as secretive as possible, while others have no problem in sharing it with the public. When stars do share their stories about being HIV positive, however, they're bravely bearing a weighty series of issues, including the prejudice against people carrying the virus, and they're also giving people with HIV a bigger platform. Click through to find out which celebrities have publicly announced that they are HIV positive.


Suffering from knee pain? Eight exercises that will help you get rid of it

The knee is a vulnerable joint that bears a great deal of stress due to wear and tear from daily activities like walking, kneeling, standing, lifting weight, etc. Activities such as sports or dance that involve jumping or quick twisting/turning, high-impact activities, also make a person vulnerable to knee problems. Being overweight also leads to c...


As festival season begins, adulterated food business picks up pace in Ganjbasoda markets

Ganjbasoda (Madhya Pradesh): The practice of selling adulterated food products such as sweets, fruits and oily foods laced with heavy quantities of chemicals detrimental for human health has picked up pace in the markets of Ganjbasoda, with the festive season knocking the doors. Purportedly, the dire consequences of the ill practice are being refle...


Keto diet: Is a low carb, high fat ketogenic diet ideal for everyone to lose weight?

The lack of carbs in keto diet reduces the source of energy i e blood sugar Hence body uses energy from protein and fats encouraging weight loss


My toddler is vaccinated against COVID. I can give her what she didn't know she was missing: her childhood.

The author shares how her youngest child was the last one to be fully vaccinated, and how the family at times felt left behind by the US.


Dutch YouTuber breaks Guinness World Records for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute

The record for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute now belongs to Stan Bruininck as he managed to do 25 pull-ups at the Hoevenen Airfield in Antwerp, Belgium


6 Best Ways To Clean Up After Sex For Women: Tips And Recommendations

Sex is fun, but you also need to pay attention to your sexual hygiene. Once you have done the deed, instead of resting, you must clean up to keep infections at bay. We have a few post-sex tips that you must follow after you are done having sex with your partner. These simple steps will keep you healthy and help you avoid any discomfort in future. Wash Your Hands You must use the restroom and wash your hands immediately after. During sex, you...


Breastfeeding Awareness Week: Types of Breast Milk and Benefits

Skin-to-skin contact during breastfeeding after the delivery regulates the baby's heart rate and breathing, helping them to better adapt to life outside the womb.


Herbs for happiness: 7 amazing herbs to increase happy hormones, balance emotions

From fenugreek to ashwagandha, add these wonderful herbs in your diet to multiply happiness.


175 dogs guard Assam’s pig heart doctor who bangs desk to speak. Patients still lining up

After his patient died of a pig heart and lung transplant in 1997, Dr Dhaniram Baruah is concocting ‘biological molecules’ in his ‘City of Human Genome.’


NMMC sees 71 new cases of Covid on August 5

A total of 72 new cases of Covid were reported under the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) on August 5. At present, the number of active cases stands at 348. While June saw a sharp rise and then started dropping by the end of the month. The trend continued during July. However, for the last two days, more than 50 cases of Covid were reported...


Mumbai: Neurosurgeon successfully performs high-risk spine surgery on nonagenarian

A neurosurgeon successfully performed high-risk spine surgery on a nonagenarian with debilitating back and left leg pain. A- 90-year-old VT Mulgund from Dombivli experienced back and left leg pain for two to three months. Gradually the pain increased to such an extent that he couldn’t walk even a few steps without pain. Doctors had to perform minim...


I'm a mom and counselor. Here's what parents should know about childhood grief.

The author encourages parents to talk about grief and death with their children. She uses a Jenga game with prompts to get kids to open up.


Ayurveda expert on signs of health trouble in women post 30

Women may face a unique set of health issues as they touch 30 from hormonal trouble to nutritional deficiencies.


These foods are natural aphrodisiacs


Take Your Home Gym to the Next Level in 2022 With These 12 Power Racks

Get everything you need to lift heavy at home.


This Raksha Bandhan, Spoil Your Sister With These Gadgets

Technology and gifting go hand in hand, and tech gifts are among the most popular and desired.


The doctor is in: Tomato flu explained in detail

What exactly is tomato fever or ‘hand, foot and mouth disease’ (HFMD) and how to prevent it


66-year-old U.S. man is the fifth in the list, but the oldest patient to be cured of HIV

ScientiFix, our weekly feature, offers you a summary of the top global science stories of the week, with links to their sources.


3 simple moves to fight sleepiness before a meeting or lecture

Being a little sleepy during work hours may not have been a big concern if you were working from home. You could always squeeze in a nap. However, feeling tired and sleepy in an office environment may be different. As we grapple with the changes in the post-pandemic world and resume work-from-office models, we ought … Continue reading "3 simple moves to fight sleepiness before a meeting or lecture"


Monkeypox: ICMR-NIV finds virus strain A.2 in two UAE-returned travellers - Details

The research and testing body analysed two cases pertaining to travellers who had returned from the UAE and subsequently tested positive in July. Both cases, they explained, were infected with virus strain A.2 which is related to the lineage of hMPXV-1A clade 3.


Diabetes: Breastfeeding tips for new mothers to control blood sugar levels

New mothers with diabetes must eat on time, have enough water, sleep well and check their blood sugar levels before and after breastfeeding. Here are other important tips.


Is peer pressure a real thing? Here's how you can identify it

Peer pressure is a real phenomenon, that much is obvious. The urge to follow what our friends or peers are doing, even if we aren't fully comfortable with it, is something we have all experienced at some point in our lives. Despite its widespread use, there is still much disagreement over whether peer pressure is a genuine phenomena. Some claim tha...


Don't let guards down: Experts warn amid sudden uptick in Covid, Monkeypox cases; says THIS

Experts informed that the number of patients requiring hospitalisation is low and that most people infected with the disease are complaining of fever for a day or two with upper respiratory tract symptoms.


Urfi Javed hospitalised; says 'Kept ignoring my health and now...'

'Bigg Boss OTT' fame Urfi Javed, who is known for her bizarre sartorial choices, has been admitted to hospital due to neglecting her health. Taking to the story section of her Instagram, Urfi shared a picture of herself having hospital food. Her facial expressions tell that she doesn't like medicine laced food even one bit. Urfi said that she kept ...


Muharram 2022: Wishes, Images, Quotes, Messages and WhatsApp Greetings to Share

Muharram 2022: Here are some beautiful wishes, images, greeting and quotes that you can share with your friends, family, friends, relatives and colleagues


Black Fever or kala-azar found in Bengal, Mamata Banerjee worries as states reports over 65 cases - Check causes and symptoms

Black Fever: The health department said that surveillance is already underway to prevent the spread of black fever. Darjeeling, Malda, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur and Kalimpong have high incidence of this fever. In addition to North Bengal, there have been reports of Black Fever cases in South Bengal as well.


A little stress can be beneficial! Know how stress can be a boon, not a bane

A certain amount of stress can be beneficial to our development. Some examples of these beneficial levels of stress include studying for an exam, preparing for a professional meeting, or taking some extra time off to meet deadlines. Recent research suggests that stress works positively for you if it is for a limited period of … Continue reading "A little stress can be beneficial! Know how stress can be a boon, not a bane"


Can dreams predict the future?


These Healthcare companies future earnings have been highly valued by investors

The Healthcare stocks within this list have high forward P/E ratios. High forward P/E is an indicator of potential overvaluation or the investor belief in the future earnings of the company. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Hypersonic missiles; what are they and does India have one?

Earlier in the year, during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russia announces that its forces used a hypersonic missile to destroy a huge underground arms depot near the Ukrainian border with Romania and another to destroy a field depot. With a claimed maximum speed of 4.1 km/s, or 14,760 km/hr, the missile travels at 12 times the speed of sound. Unlike ballistic missiles, a hypersonic missile is the next step in the evolution of armed...


These Pilates Reformers Will Seriously Upgrade Your Home Workouts

Build long, lean muscles with these multitasking machines.


Controversial and bizarre toilet facts from around the world

There's more to toilets than you might think. Yes, they're essential to keep good levels of sanitation, but they've also sparked much controversy for various reasons. If finding yourself reading this gallery makes you wonder whether you've developed some sort of weird interest in toilets, don't worry: you're not alone. Click through to learn more!


My periods comes after over 40 days. Should I be worried?

Sanjana Verma (name changed) is in her early 30s. She is married but is focussing on her career right now instead of family planning. If there’s one thing about that’s worrying her, it’s her irregular periods. She says she gets her periods after 40 days, and she’s concerned about how it can impact her fertiliy. … Continue reading "My periods comes after over 40 days. Should I be worried?"


From Cardioke to Parkour, offbeat workouts you must try to make exercise exciting

Almost everyone is forever on the quest for fitness. After all, wellness isn’t a quick fix for those who happen to be out of shape, but a healthy lifestyle that everyone must adopt and exercising is an important part of this. If you find that the regular workout sessions aren’t exciting enough for you or the usual sports aren’t your cup of tea, then try your hand at some unusual new workout methods to get your adrenaline pumping. Some of the...


Health ministry sounds alarm as weekly Covid positivity rate exceeds 10% in 7 states

The Union health ministry has sounded the alarm as the weekly Covid positivity rate exceeded 10 per cent in seven states.


One Person Gets Amputated Every 30th Minute In Kerala Due To Uncontrolled Diabetes

With vascular diseases on the rise following increase in prevalence of diabetes and other life-style diseases, every 30 minutes one limb gets amputated in Kerala, according to a study conducted by the Vascular Society of Kerala (VASK). The study pointed out that lack of awareness regarding vascular diseases among the public has led to many people ...


These Symptoms Always Warrant a Call to Your Doctor Right Away

Don't take these things lightly.


New COVID-like rapid test formulated to spot cancers, heart disease

CrisprZyme builds on CRISPR diagnostic tests, which use RNA, the messenger that helps create proteins, to detect biomarkers in biological fluids like blood or urine.


Signs your brain is aging faster than you are

While some decline in our brain functions is to be expected as we grow older, we should pay close attention to the signs our bodies give us, even in our younger years. Some of these signs can indeed be related to other health issues, but it's important not to rule out a premature aging of our brain. Click through the following gallery and get to know the signs that your brain is aging faster than you are.


These Top-Rated Rowing Machines Will Give You a Heart-Pumping Workout at Home

Our cheapest pick costs under $100!


Elon Musk says ‘I gotta work out’ after father Errol Musk criticises weight

“Elon is very well-built and he is very, very strongly built, but he’s been eating badly," father Errol Musk had said.


Expect Covid surge cycles every 4 to 6 months, says WHO’s Dr Soumya Swaminathan

What worries Dr Swaminathan is that several ‘countries have reduced testing and genetic sequencing’


Unhealthy lifestyle choices links to high blood pressure in kids and teens!

The conclusions of the heart health experts' consensus paper were released in the European Heart Journal, a publication of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).


20 things you should never do to your cat

Many cat lovers adore felines because they require "little" care. That’s not exactly true, however. Here are 20 things you should never do to your cat, and some tips for building a harmonious relationship with your furry friend.


Here Are The Top 5 Fitness Secrets Of Akshay Kumar You Should Know

54 years old Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has left behind all the stereotypes of aging, the actor doesn’t look a day older than 40 while with each passing year the actor has made his fans wonder about how he manages to ace it all. The 54years old actor is known for his toned body and […] Read on Lehren - Here Are The Top 5 Fitness Secrets Of Akshay Kumar You Should Know


COVID-19 has become 'too clever for us' and can 'break past' our protection, WHO official says

"Even though we don't like it we have to go on respecting this virus," David Nabarro told Sky News, urging people to stay up to date on vaccinations.


New coronavirus mutant raises concerns in India and beyond

Scientists say the variant – called BA.2.75 – may be able to spread rapidly and get around immunity from vaccines and previous infection.


Woofs, meows, chirps, and more: What are animals trying to communicate?

"Animal telepathy is a very personal and spiritual practice, wherein you connect with an animal and come to know what they feel, what they observe and what they want to share to the world about themselves"