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Overuse of probiotics may cause bloating, brain fogginess

Overuse of probiotics may cause bloating, brain fogginess

Consuming too much of probiotics can cause brain fogginess and disorientation, as well as rapid belly bloating, according to scientists – including one of Indian origin – who advise people against self-prescribing ‘good’ bacteria. In a study of 30 patients, researchers found that 22 who reported problems like confusion and ...

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French chef Joel Robuchon, world’s most Michelin-decorated chef, dies at 73 | more lifestyle

French chef Joel Robuchon, world’s most Michelin-decorated chef, dies at 73 | more lifestyle

Joel Robuchon, a master chef who shook up the stuffy world of French haute cuisine by wowing palates with the delights of the simple mashed potato and giving diners a peek at the kitchen, has died. He was 73. Robuchon’s career was one of superlatives: Named among the best craftsmen ...

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How to detox naturally, these 7 foods easily available in your kitchen will help | fitness

How to detox naturally, these 7 foods easily available in your kitchen will help | fitness

It’s a new week and we all know how the weekends can be a tad bit indulgent with the Saturday night parties and Sunday brunches. The bottomless sangria can feel a bit overwhelming when the weekend turns to a full-blown week day. So, what do you do? Here are 7 ...

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109 malaria, 56 dengue cases reported in Delhi this season

109 malaria, 56 dengue cases reported in Delhi this season

At least 21 cases of malaria have been reported in the first four days of July in Delhi, taking the total number of people affected by the vector-borne disease in the city this season to 109, according to a municipal report released today. Two cases of malaria were reported in ...

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‘New app may encourage kids to eat veggies’

'New app may encourage kids to eat veggies'

Researchers have a developed a novel app for kids aimed at getting them to eat more healthily and try more vegetables. Eating more vegetables is associated with the prevention of chronic illnesses in later life, but many children reject vegetables on sight. The app game, Vegetable Maths Masters, is designed ...

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Some fertility treatments can up autism risk

Some fertility treatments can up autism risk

Some fertility treatments may increase the risk of autism in children, a study has claimed. Researchers from the Mount Sinai Hospital in the US and Karolinska Institute in Sweden, conducted a study of 108,548 boys, as boys have a higher risk of developing autism than girls. They found that, in ...

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Tried and tasted: Spanish tapas is the newest food trend and you can try it at this Delhi restaurant | more lifestyle

Tried and tasted: Spanish tapas is the newest food trend and you can try it at this Delhi restaurant | more lifestyle

I have a friend, who can’t have a drink in the evening unless it comes with a plate of peanuts with onions and minced garlic on the side. He is quite a master when it comes to mixing the peanuts. He puts the ingredients together and then squeezes some lime ...

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Wine lovers, bring out your goblets. Dessert wine is the new Scotch | more lifestyle

Wine lovers, bring out your goblets. Dessert wine is the new Scotch | more lifestyle

Banking on the upswell of interest in digestifs such as amaro and sherry, a growing number of sommeliers in the U.S.—both in fine-dining and more casual restaurants—are hoping to tap into today’s taste for after-dinner drinks with dessert wines. Looking beyond port, Madeira, and Sauternes, forward-thinking sommeliers are presenting a ...

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Afghanistan launches vaccination campaign targeting 9.9 mn children

Afghanistan launches vaccination campaign targeting 9.9 mn children

The Afghan Public Health Ministry launched a five-day nationwide immunity vaccination campaign on Monday targeting 9.9 million children under the age of five, the Ministry said in a statement. During the campaign, which is supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), vitamin A ...

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These are the 7 health mistakes women make in their 30s | fitness

These are the 7 health mistakes women make in their 30s | fitness

When it comes to our bodies, we seem to be their worst enemies. Most lifestyle diseases begin because of wrong habits that we have cultivated for a long time. Many of these conditions can be prevented if we take care to make the correct lifestyle choices. As far as women ...

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