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  • Centre issues guidelines for reopening of gyms from Aug 5

    Centre issues guidelines for reopening of gyms from Aug 5

    New Delhi: From maintaining a distance of six feet, using visor rather than mask, following respiratory etiquette, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Monday issued guidelines for re-opening of gyms…

  • Torn pieces of paper with the words Hepatitis

    Myths and Facts associated with transmission of Hepatitis virus

    New Delhi: Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver commonly caused by viral infection. In India, over 40 million people are chronically infected with Hepatitis B and 12 million are affected by Hepatitis…

  • WHO advises against use of convalescent plasma for Covid treatment

    Understanding Plasma Therapy

    New Delhi: As the wait for the Covid-19 vaccine continues, the battle rages on. Scores of people have tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, many have succumbed, and many more have recovered…

  • Hemp seeds and hemp oil, copy space

    Busting myths around hemp oil

    New Delhi: Hemp or hempseed oil is a popular ingredient for beauty and skincare products. However, it does come with its own set of popular myths. Ritika Jayaswal, CEO and Founder of…

  • Sweet and Healthy Porridge with Fresh Fruits. Diet Breafast Idea

    A fruitful monsoon diet!

    New Delhi: Monsoon demands some extra effort to stay fit and healthy. Since our immunity takes a dip during monsoons, making us susceptible to all kinds of infections. Especially amidst the Coronavirus…

  • Woman looking on her skin at bathroom

    How your psyche affects your skin health

    New Delhi: The skin and the mind are intricately related. The story is more complex than the proverbial appearance of “dark circles under the eyes” if you have not slept well. A…

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    Many people quit smoking during COVID-19

    Whether it is a smoke break during work hours or there is party, smokers always find a reason to have some puffs. As most of the MNCs and other sectors are working…

  • corncob

    Corn silk that you discard has enormous health benefits

    A corn cob that grows in a field and entangled in its silk also has numerous remedies. Who would have thought the silky hair have plethora of benefits.

  • College students more depressed due to COVID-19: Study

    New York:┬áCollege students were more anxious and depressed during the initial phase of COVID-19 compared with a similar period in previous academic years. The study, published in the Journal of Medical Internet…

  • Men more likely to endorse COVID-19 conspiracy theories

    New York:┬áMen are more likely than women to endorse coronavirus-related conspiracy theories, say, researchers. The study builds upon research from earlier this year that revealed Republicans were more likely than Democrats to…

  • Restaurants in Hyderabad

    Study reveals why early online reviews crucial for restaurants

    New York: Want your restaurant to be a hit? Take note. Researchers have found that just a few negative online restaurant reviews can determine how many of them it gets in a long-term.…

  • The UK announces plans to tackle ‘obesity time bomb’

    London: The UK has announced plans to tackle the “obesity time bomb”, with a ban on adverts for junk food at specific times, the cancellation of “buy one get one free” deals on…

  • Panda eyes or dark circles?

    New Delhi: It’s plausible to think that one of the impacts of the lockdown is radiating skin; being away from the pollution and no makeup should have been a blessing in disguise!…

  • heart patients

    Eat chocolate once a week to keep your heart healthy

    New York: It seems like chocolate is good for the heart as researchers have said that consuming chocolate at least once a week is linked with a reduced risk of heart disease. The…

  • Want to live longer? Follow a plant-based protein diet

    New York: If you want to lead a healthy, long life, read on. Researchers have found that diets high in protein, mainly plant protein, are associated with a lower risk of death from…

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