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Govt to scale up its tobacco cessation helpline before the new tobacco warnings

There are plans to link the floundering SMS smoking cessation service to the helpline to give people the option of also receiving counselling through text messages.

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Do fairness creams really work? They have no effect on the skin, says this study

Fairness creams: Are skin lightening creams any good for you at all? A new study by the Boston University has concluded that they barely have any effect in improvi...

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7 Benefits of Peaches That make Them a Summer Staple

Here’s a list of 7 benefits that make peaches a summer staple for the health conscious genre.

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Here’s your guide to what to eat before exercise for more stamina and muscle

What to eat before exercise: Foods such as granola bars, yoghurt and apple play a big role in ensuring how much benefit you can reap from your exercise routine. A healthy...

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ADHD Symptoms in Teens Linked to Excessive Smartphone Use: Study

Could teenagers suffer symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder after engaging in excessive smartphone use?

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WHO on High alert for Spread of Bird Flu

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday said it was on most alert for the speedy spread of bird flu cases across the world. Considering that remaining November,...

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Top 10 Fitness Equipment Brands

Getting fit is everybody’s dream in today’s busy life. But while trying to be healthy and fit, most of us make important decisions in a haste resulting in bot...

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Rajasthani Daal Bati

Ingredients: For daal (Lentil Curry): 1.2 cups rajma beans (soaked in water overnight with a pinch of soda bicarb) 2.3/4 cup whole black gram (urad) (soaked in wa...

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Love Cracking Your Knuckles But Worried About The Risks? Here’s What Science Has To Say

Whether you heard it from your mum or granny, all of us learnt at a young age that cracking our knuckles would make us get big ugly knobby knuckles or worse, we’d g...

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How coconut oil can do wonders for your skin and diet

From desserts to smoothies and salad dressings, coconuts can enhance the flavours of food. It can also work as an excellent moisturiser and toning agent.

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Benefits of skipping: 5 Amazing Health benefits of skipping

From Weight loss to Healthy Skin, Here Are 5 Reasons to include Skipping in Your Workout Routine

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Even at age 1, your child could be headed towards a lifetime of incurable diseases

Celiac disease is caused when the body has the associate degree improper immunologic response -- very similar to associate degree allergic reaction -- to the supermolecul...

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Burning more fat, less glucose may make you prone to diabetes:Workout wisely

Making muscles burn more fat and less glucose may boom exercising patience but concurrently reason diabetes, a new look at has warned. Mouse muscular tissues use glucose ...

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Don’t let your skin go dry and lifeless in winter. Here’s the beauty regime to follow

Experts give tips on cleansing, moisturising and exfoliation of skin to ensure you have a healthy glow and delay skin ageing.

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Don’t pop a pill for heartburn, regular use might cause silent kidney damage

A new study shows that people regularly taking drugs for heartburn may experience long-term damage or renal failure without any warning signs beforehand. That peop...

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Health tip: Stay fit if you want to effectively deal with stress at work

If you exercise regulary and are bodily in shape, you may be blanketed against the fitness risks of professional strain, reveals a brand new study. The findings showed ...

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Beware! Bursting balloons may cause hearing loss

Popping balloons - a commonplace birthday celebration favour - can be louder than shotgun blasts and may cause everlasting listening to loss, a brand new observer has war...

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Detoxify your skin with essential oils this spring. Here’s all you need to know

Whether for massages or baths, these extremely focused plant-based essences penetrate the skin simply and reach the blood quickly, creating them extremely effective. Esse...

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Yes, it’s true E-cigarettes damage gums, teeth as much as regular cigs

Electronic cigarettes, regularly perceived as a healthier alternative to standard cigarettes, are as unfavourable to gums and teeth as smoking, warns a new take a look at...

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What to Do When Your Kid Is Sensitive to Seams and Tags in Clothing

Little kids are notoriously difficult to dress. Any parent who’s experienced a closet standoff with a naked child six minutes before they’re supposed to be at...

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Kale Chane Ka Kebab Recipe

Here's a delicious, spicy kabab recipe that can be enjoyed as a snack anytime. Learn how to make kale chane ka kebab Ingredients: 1.1/2 cup brown chickpeas...

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World Liver Day 2018: All you need to know about liver health

On World Liver Day, take a look at the importance of keeping your liver healthy, and dos and don’ts for making sure your liver functions properly.

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A new protein called PorB comes to the rescue of cancer and HIV patients

Researchers at the Boston University have discovered a protein, found on the exterior of a bacteria, which can be used to provide a better and more effective protection f...

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Is Your Child Facing These School Challenges At School? Here's How You Can Help`

We have listed the 4 most common school challenges that may cross your child's way and how you can help them get through with it. Take a look.

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What is the healthiest type of cookware?

Despite all the innovations in modern cookware, including non-stick surfaces and anodized aluminum, we believe that your healthiest cookware choices are those that use cl...

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Pennsylvania Prisons to Stop Using Food Loaf as Punishment

Pennsylvania state inmates are now not being punished with the baked brown slabs called meals loaves. The loaf changed into a combination of beans, rice, raw potatoes...

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International Women’s Day: WHO urges safer, healthier workplace for women

Workforce participation and economic empowerment is a powerful tool for ladies to attain larger management of their health and well-being, aforesaid Dr Poonam Khetrapal S...

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EXCLUSIVE: Meet the twins born a YEAR apart after their mother's premature labor on New Year's Eve ended either side of midnight

*Maria Ontiveros, a farm laborer from Earlimart, California, was due January 27 *She went into labor prematurely on New Year's Eve at 7pm *Despite planning to...

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Novel implant to protect women from HIV infection'

Scientists have developed a vaginal implant that can protect women from HIV infection by decreasing the number of cells that the virus can target in their genital tract.

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