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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  1. 5 everyday things to take care of diabetes

    5 everyday things to take care of diabetes

    Diabetes is a disease that occurs when the pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin. Insulin is a hormone that regulated the blood sugar of the body. There are two types of diabetes. Type one diabetes is a condition which occurs due to the lack of insulin in the body. Type two is a condition which occurs because of body’s ineffective use of insulin.

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  2. Keep your teeth healthy in 4 simple ways

    Keep your teeth healthy in 4 simple ways

    It is important to keep your teeth clean and healthy as it is vital for our wellbeing. We can’t deny the fact that we are surrounded by bacterias and we can’t do anything about it. But, we can change few things and reduce the chances of suffering from infections or bacterias. By following simple ways we can keep our teeth healthy and safe.

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  3. Things Your Nails Point Out About Your Health

    Things Your Nails Point Out About Your Health

    Fingernails can act as warning signs for your health. The colour, texture and shape of the nail indicate the general health of an individual. Just like other parts of the body fingernails and toenails are also prone to infections or other health problems.

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  4. How can you maintain hygiene at the workplace?

    How can you maintain hygiene at the workplace?

    Though it may seem common sense, for many people, workplace hygiene is a problem. There’s not much you can do about how many meetings there are on your calendar, or about the smell of microwaved fish coming through the hallways at work. Keeping up your as well as your workplace’s hygiene is in your hands. It is an important as well as a delicate issue for everyone.

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  5. Fight With Depression In Five Simple Ways

    Fight With Depression In Five Simple Ways

    Depression is said to be a mental disorder that is characterised by depressed mood, low self-esteem, reduces concentration or loss of interest in doing activities in daily life. The complexity of the daily life is usually a reason for depression. Depression is a treatable disease and there is a hope. It may help you recover quickly. Being depressed does not mean that you are weak, it is a disease which needs a treatment. 

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  6. 5 myths you need to stop believing about Cow’s milk

    5 myths you need to stop believing about Cow’s milk

    In many countries, the cow is considered a holy animal. People worship cow and also believe that drinking cow’s milk will make them stronger and extra energetic. Despite its pure, creamy, and innocent texture, milk has a much darker side and also one that the dairy industry doesn’t want you to find. Milk is more than just a drink. 

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  7. All you need to know about vomiting and nausea

    All you need to know about vomiting and nausea

    Nausea and Vomiting are symptoms that can make it difficult for you to perform regular activities. Nausea is a condition in which you feel sick to your stomach and you have a feeling of throwing up or a sensation preceding vomiting. Vomiting is a condition in which you empty your stomach by throwing up what is there in your stomach. Nausea and vomiting can happen together or one without the other.

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  8. 5 Unknown Possible Reasons For Not Losing Weight

    5 Unknown Possible Reasons For Not Losing Weight

    Are you out of those who are working on their weight for so long but still struggling with it?? Then we have some information for you. We have a mindset that increase in food intake and reduction in physical activity are the reasons for weight gain and by working on these two points we can reduce our weight. 

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  9. 3 Reasons To Start Your Day With Yoga

    3 Reasons To Start Your Day With Yoga

    Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that highly affects the quality of living. Yoga involves asanas that help in developing the strength, flexibility, and balance between the mind, body, and breath. Nowadays yoga has been practiced widely by a large number of people to stay fit and keep themselves free from many health problems.

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  10. Why is Ebola a terribly deadly virus?

    Why is Ebola a terribly deadly virus?

    The virus of Ebola is a serious and often fatal condition in humans and non-human primates. It is caused by the infection and is one of the several hemorrhagic fevers. The infection causing virus is from Filoviridae family, genus Ebolavirus. The virus of Ebola uses a combination of genes to prevent the cells they infect by triggering the immune system of the body. 

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