The fight against diabetes and other lifestyle diseases is an ongoing one. The theme of the International Diabetes Federation this year could not be more apt- Diabetes: Protect Your Family.
Having a kidney stone is a painful and unpleasant experience. It pays to be careful with your weight, diet and hydration levels.
The World Health Organisation, has placed processed meats in the risk category of other known toxins such as asbestos, arsenic, alcohol and tobacco!
A diet that contains a good amount of potassium helps to negate the negative effects of excess sodium.
While having a period may not be the easiest thing to deal with; by feeding your body with the right foods, they can give you more energy and can help you feel better at this time.
Having a migraine is no pleasant experience. Dietary changes are part of the lifestyle modification that one can try.
Have you ever experienced an upset stomach just when you were ?feeling nervous? about something? Several studies have found a very interesting connection between gut health and your brain.
As the old saying goes- Prevention is better than cure. This rings true in preventing malaria too! Practical, planned steps can go a long way in preventing mosquito bites. This World Malaria Day let us aim to: Stay Protected and Stay Safe!
Poor sleep quality has long lasting effects on a person's health. Find out what some of these are and also ways in which to prevent them by maintaining good sleep quality.
Aging brings wrinkled and sagging skin which can make you look old and dull. But, it can be slowed down...
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