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DNA | Know all about hair transplant

Watch a detailed report about hair transplant treatment Know all about this surgical procedure Also know what doctor and patients have to say on this


Lung Cancer: Silent Warning Signs and Preventive Measures to Take; Check Doctor's Advice

In India Lung Cancer comprises 7% of all new cancer cases and 10% of all Cancer deaths. Here are expert's comment on the early signs and symtoms of lung cancer and it's preventive care.


Valentine’s Day: This country is distributing 95 million free condoms

The condoms will be available in four sizes and can be grabbed from pharmacies and primary care units of hospitals


Cabbage: A Simple yet Powerful Way to Manage Blood Sugar Levels

Expert opinion from Stephanie SmallMaster of Science in Exercise Physiology & Sports Nutrition · 6 years of experience · USA Cabbage, if consumed alone, is a low carbohydrate, high fiber food that would provide benefits to stabilizing blood sugar. Cabbage is a recommended non-starchy vegetable to be consumed by those who struggle with blood sugar m...


A 66-year-old woman who was presumed dead woke up gasping for air in a body bag at an Iowa funeral home

The hospice facility that sent the woman to the funeral home now faces a $10,000 fine for mistakenly pronouncing her dead, according to state records.


These are the best canned foods to keep in your pantry

Canned foods often get a bad rap for being high in sodium and sometimes sugar. But it's actually a common misconception that they're not as healthy or flavorful as fresh or frozen options. In reality, they're a pantry essential. Long-lasting, packed with flavor, and often inexpensive, these canned foods make great starting points for simple meals at home. Plus, they can actually be tasty and nutritious, a total win-win situation! Click on for some of the best canned foods to keep in your pantry.


Hearty and healthy soups for all seasons

Soup is one of the most versatile meal options out there, and there's a recipe for all occasions. Ideal on a cold winter's day, soup is also a refreshing mid-summer standby. Healthy and nourishing, soup is a great way of boosting your vegetable intake, and is a hugely enjoyable source of important nutrition. Feeling hungry? Browse this gallery for some great soup recipe ideas and serving suggestions.


Aphasia: what is it, and which celebs suffered from it?

In March 2022, it was revealed that Bruce Willis was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia. The condition impairs one's ability to process language, including the capacity to speak and understand others. Aphasia can develop following a stroke, head injury, or a degenerative condition. How much do you know about aphasia and the celebrities who have suffered from it? Click through the following gallery to find out more about the condition and its famous sufferers.


Cabbage: Nutrition tips from experts


Celebs reveal their struggles with acne

Acne affects a large number of people around the world, and celebrities are no exception. It's easy to believe otherwise, when we see pictures of our favorite stars with their flawless, glowing skin. But many of us don't often think about the fact that their beautiful skin is also the result of good makeup and Photoshop. Many stars suffer from acne and other skin conditions. Some are pretty vocal about it, while others don't address the issue, but they all have something in common—acne has affected their lives. Browse through the gallery and get to know the celebrities who had (and have) acne, and what they have to say about it.


Wondering how Shah Rukh Khan built his physique for Pathaan? Know from his fitness trainer

Pathaan: Celebrity trainer Prashant Sawant shares Shah Rukh Khan’s fitness routine and the secret formula for his body transformation in the YRF film


The mind diet: 5 Superfood to manage dementia and alzheimer's

Here are some such foods which have amazing benefits for dementia patients


I work in HR. Here's the hardest layoff I've ever done.

"I was completely sick to my stomach," Angela Champ said. "This person would have to go home and face their family and their friends."


Top medical body ICMR's study indicates Covaxin booster dose safe: Centre

A multi-centric, hospital-based, case-control study was conducted between May and July 2021, in which vaccine effectiveness of complete vaccination was found to be 85 per cent in Covishield and 71 per cent in Covaxin.


Bobby Hull dead at 84 but did you know he had a dark side?


British woman credits ‘miracle pizza’ for her timely lung cancer diagnosis

A woman in Britain credited the discovery of her lung cancer and its eventual remission to a 'miracle pizza' that she ordered prior to the diagnosis.


Drinking very hot coffee or tea can increase the risk of this cancer type

If you are fond of having your cup of tea or coffee very hot, there may be some reason for you to worry. A recent study, available on PubMed, has found a link between the drinking of hot beverages like hot water, tea, and coffee and the risk of esophageal cancer. Alcohol had earned a … Continue reading "Drinking very hot coffee or tea can increase the risk of this cancer type"


After superbug outbreak, Indian regulator asks Chennai-based pharma to stop manufacturing eyedrops

New Delhi: A day after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) restricted imports of products manufactured by Chennai-based Global Pharma Private Healthcare Limited over an outbreak of drug-resistant bacteria in the US, a joint team investigation by the Drugs Control, Tamil Nadu, and Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), South Zone, has instructed the


Babies remember faces despite face masks, says a study based in California

As babies learn by looking at human faces, many parents and paediatricians are concerned about the developmental repercussions of widespread face masking during the pandemic.


Vastu Tips: 7 Shastra-Based Tips to Attract Health, Wealth And Luxury in 2023

Here are a few simple Vastu tips you can follow at home effortlessly for better health and wealth in 2023.


I'm a 17-year-old trans kid in Utah, and I'm uprooting my life because of a law that bans gender-affirming care

A young trans student spoke with Insider about preparing to move to Portland after Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed a new anti-trans law.


Fuel Your Body with the Right Amount of Bananas: Expert's Guide to Incorporating Them in Your Diet

Expert opinion from Deidre HuysamenDietician - Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition Services · 7 years of experience · South Africa There is no specific quantity of bananas that you can eat however, it is important to note that bananas are high in fiber and if consumed in excess this can result in gastrointestinal side effects such as gas formation, cr...


Professional FAQs: What are the health benefits of lentils?


Chives: Expert opinions, health risks, and more


CDSCO Initiates Probe After US FDA Flags Vision Loss, Contamination Risk From India-Made Eyedrops

THE CENTRAL Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), a division of the Union Health Ministry, and the Tamil Nadu State Drug Controller have launched an investigation into the pharmaceutical company, Global Pharma Healthcare producing EzriCare Artificial Tears after the US regulator Food and Drug Administration advised consumers not to purchase or use the eyedrop due to chances of potential contamination, ANI reported citing sources familiar...


Rat climbs onto man’s shoulder in moving metro, his reaction wins over netizens: ‘Epitome of calm’

The man who was dozing off remained unaware of the rat's movement on his body and his reaction after sensing its presence has left netizens astounded.


Do your lungs gasp for breath? ARDS could be the villain

ARDS can be the gateway to a number of other complications, especially blood clots, collapsed lung, infections and pulmonary fibrosis and if not treated expertly, it can cause life-long breathing problems, depression, problems with memory, tiredness and muscle weakness. Here's all you need to know


Indian Gymnast Deepa Karmakar Suspended For 21 Months For Using Prohibited Substance: ITA

INDIAN gymnast Dipa Karmakar has been suspended for a 21-month period, effective until 10 July 2023 after testing positive for the use of a prohibited substance, the International Testing Agency (ITA) confirmed on Friday. During her suspension, which is already in effect from the year 2021, Dipa cannot participate in any gymnastic-related activities on the global stage for India. According to ITA, Karmakar, who is the first Indian gymnast to...


Rare cancers that challenge the medical profession

Cancer is a large group of diseases that can start in almost any organ or tissue of the body. There are more than 100 types of cancer, and just over a quarter are considered rare, including all children's cancers. Approximately one in five people living with cancer in the United States are diagnosed with a rare cancer. Rare cancers are challenging for patients, doctors, and scientists alike. In fact, a few are so uncommon that no clinical trial results, meta-analyses, or treatment guidelines exist. While most rare cancers are aggressive, quick spreading, and offer up a grim prognosis, others are benign and can be treated effectively. So, just how scarce are these little-known cancers, and how dangerous are they? Click through for a diagnosis.


These bad habits will ruin your 40s

Turning 40 is a big deal. While we're sure you're still young at heart, hitting 40 is a time to take stock of your life and adjust your goals. Taking a nonchalant approach as though you'll live forever is a thing of the past. The time has come to make up for your excesses and address what you've been putting off.Neglecting RRSP contributions, poor dental health, bad habits, risky choices: here are some of the bad behaviour patterns you should remedy right now.


I worked as a paralegal by day and had a secret side hustle as a stripper by night. I felt like Clark Kent living a double life.

Raven Inferno, a 27-year-old paralegal, was secretly moonlighting as a stripper at night so she could afford to rent a home by herself.


A doctor dismissed a 25-year-old man with allergies, when he actually had a deadly form of Lyme disease. A jury just awarded his family $6.5 million.

Peter Smith died of Lyme carditis, a heart infection caused by the tick-borne disease, after being misdiagnosed twice in 2017.


The richest sources of vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for building and maintaining healthy bones. It helps our bodies absorb calcium and phosphorus, which we need for our bones and teeth. Research is starting to show other health benefits from vitamin D in relation to immunity, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. However, the evidence is inconsistent.It is important to meet the requirements for vitamin D intake all year round to help keep your body healthy. These are 20 of the richest sources of vitamin D to help you do just that!


9 skincare habits one must avoid to get flawlessly glowing skin

Here is a list of 6 skincare habits that you most certainly should avoid if you want naturally flawless and glowing skin.


Neem Advantages: Five Benefits Of Indian Lilac You Must Know

THE EVERGREEN neem tree has earned a well-deserved reputation as the most effective medical plant in the world. The tree is mostly found in the Indian subcontinent, but it is now being grown in similar regions around the globe as people start to realise how helpful it is. Neem is important to traditional Indian culture. The bark, seed, root, fruit, leaf, twig, and blossom of the neem tree are all beneficial to human health in some manner. The...


30 foods you shouldn't eat after 30

At the age of 30, the human body starts to age. Of course, this doesn't mean you will suddenly have an ancient body! It's just that 30 is the age when you should really start to watch what you eat more. Not just for calories, but also for the other things that affect your insides such as salt, sugar, and chemicals. There are everyday things that you can avoid to help you stay healthy, slim, and happy. From coffee creamer to diet drinks, click through to discover what you should stay away from.


US FDA says India-made eye drop linked to some infections, blindness, and one death

The US FDA warns against the use of Artificial Tears, an eye drop made by Chennai-based Global Pharma Healthcare Pvt Ltd, which they say is linked to the outbreak of a drug-resistant bacteria leading to adverse events in at least 55 patients in the United States, including infections and one death.


World Cancer Day 2023: 5 Common Myths About The Disease That You Probably Believed To Be True

WORLD CANCER Day is observed on February 04 worldwide to raise awareness about the diagnosis, early detection and treatment of the disease. Cancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide, accounting for nearly 10 million deaths in 2020. Each year, approximately 400,000 children develop cancer. The...


MP Shocker! 3-Month-Old Baby Poked 51 Times With Hot Rod As Pneumonia Cure, Dies

As per reports, the child was suffering from pneumonia and was allegedly poked as a measure to cure the infant.


How much Astragalus to take per day? Find out what the experts say

Expert opinion from Helen Tieu Master of Applied Nutrition · 3 years of experience · No Asparagus is very healthy, as it's a high source of fibre, vitamins and minerals. It's very low in calories, which makes it helpful for weight loss as well, while helping to keep you full. As a good rule of thumb for the generally healthy population, I'd recomme...


The most common genetic conditions in the world

Following the global pandemic of COVID-19, everyone in the world learned to be hyperaware of their health, their hygiene, and taking all of the necessary precautions to avoid getting sick. Vaccinations, masks, diligent handwashing, and a vast number of other practices became common for large parts of the population. Sometimes, though, there's simply nothing to be done to avoid certain conditions. For instance, hereditary, genetic, and chromosomal conditions are something you're either born with, or you aren't. There's nothing that you or your parents can do–it's up to a roll of the genetic dice. Thankfully, genetic conditions aren't terribly common. Nonetheless, some are definitely more common, and some more serious, than others. Read on to learn about the 10 most common genetic conditions in the world.


What can your feet tell you about your health?

You spend a lot of time on your feet, so when something is wrong with them, it’s a good idea to pay attention. Despite what every old-school coach will tell you, the best solution isn’t always to just walk it off. Here are 20 common problems that your feet could alert you to.


Ayurveda expert on best ways to consume fennel seeds for digestion, heart health

Fennel or saunf is a cooling spice which can work wonders for your digestion. Here are three ways to eat saunf for easing digestive issues.


Ask an expert: Are blueberries healthier than blackberries?

Expert opinion from Georgios Christos Bakolas Master Science in Sport Nutrition · 3 years of experience · No Blackberries are packed with Vitamin C which can boost immune system, manganese, which is a mineral that helps to regulate blood sugar levels, antibacterial properties which can help to prevent tooth infections and vitamin E, which promote s...


Five Signs That You Have A Weak Immune System

FOR KEEPING health, you need a powerful immune system. Comparatively speaking, those with weakened immune systems are more susceptible to illness. The immune system can be negatively impacted by excessive drinking and smoking. However, if you're unsure of how to identify the symptoms, the following list of signs and symptoms may be of assistance. Acutely High Fever The majority of the time, a fever signals an impending infection. Sometimes it is...


Late-night raids at Chennai pharma firm linked to eye drops causing vision loss in US

The US Food and Drug Administration has claimed that there were 55 reports of adverse events, including eye infections, permanent loss of vision, and even death from a bloodstream infection.


Mind-blowing weight loss: Pathaan actor Akkash Bathija who once weighed 126 kgs chronicles his fat-to-fit journey

Pathaan actor, twenty-one-year-old Akkash Bhatija chronicles his amazing 44 kg weight loss on Instagram and says his consistent hard work, exercise, and diet pattern helped him come down from a whopping 126 kg to 44 in two years. Read on to know how the actor transformed his body.


4 Indian super drinks to have every day for boosting health

When it comes to health, you need not look beyond your kitchen shelves. Here are some Indian super drinks suggested by nutritionist Lovneet Batra to have every day for overall health.


20 signs you're eating too much sugar

Not only does sugar make foods tastier and lend a great texture to baked goods, it can also help preserve jellies, sauces, and dressings. While it’s hard to avoid sugar completely, consuming too much of it can be harmful to your health.


Drugs addicts, couples trespass athletics school at night, girls unsafe: PT Usha; demands action by Kerala CM

Highlighting the safety of female athletes at the institution, she said, “It is a growing institution, so many athletes are being trained there and this is not the first time such an incident has taken place. Safety of the girls studying there is our key concern, we still couldn't build a fence or boundary around the area.”