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Do you have a coffee mood? This International Coffee Day, we’re exploring Top 5 types of coffee-lovers | more lifestyle

Do you have a coffee mood? This International Coffee Day, we’re exploring Top 5 types of coffee-lovers | more lifestyle

Sometimes the coffee is too light, sometimes too strong, maybe a tad too sweet or a bit insipid, but just like the different flavours of life, we get through it with a little help. Add a bit of milk or a dollop of cream if it’s too strong; a few ...

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On International Day of Older Persons, let’s give more attention to our elders | more lifestyle

On International Day of Older Persons, let’s give more attention to our elders | more lifestyle

The International Day of Older Persons is observed every year on October 1 to focus on issues that affect the aged, such as dementia and the abuse of old individuals. This is also a day when we should sit back and remember all the contributions that have been made to ...

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Depression is bad for your heart, can trigger cardiovascular disease | fitness

Depression is bad for your heart, can trigger cardiovascular disease | fitness

It is a known fact that depression is on the rise, especially amongst middle aged people. Currently, it is one of the leading causes of health perils across the world. For quite some time now, a link between depression and heart disease has been observed. Like heart disease, depression is ...

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Popping an aspirin can reduce spread of cancer | fitness

Popping an aspirin can reduce spread of cancer | fitness

Aspirin may play a life-saving role in the treatment of cancer, finds a study. Peter Elwood of Cardiff University, who directed the study, said the use of low-dose aspirin as a preventive in heart disease, stroke and cancer is well established but evidence is now emerging that the drug may ...

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World Heart Day: What you can do to counter cardiovascular disease risk | fitness

World Heart Day: What you can do to counter cardiovascular disease risk | fitness

In India, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) account for 5.87 million deaths, or, 60% of its 1.3 billion people. Five out of every 1,000 individuals aged between 15 and 19 did not report or have their heart disease diagnosed while one out of every 100 heart patients in the age group 20-34 ...

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World Heart Day 2018: 7 habits that will keep your heart healthy | fitness

World Heart Day 2018: 7 habits that will keep your heart healthy | fitness

World Heart Dayis celebrated every year on September 29, and aims to raise awareness about heart disease. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD), including heart attack and stroke, are a serious concern as they cause 17.5 million deaths each year. Interestingly, CVD is a preventable condition, and the tried-and-tested methods of eating a ...

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Here’s what causes virtual reality motion sickness | fitness

Here’s what causes virtual reality motion sickness | fitness

Researchers may now predict who are more likely to feel motion sickness from virtual reality (VR) technology by observing how the individuals sway in response to a moving visual field. The researchers from the University of Waterloo believe that this knowledge will help them to develop counteractions to cybersickness. Cybersickness ...

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Breastfeeding makes babies less reactive to stress | fitness

Breastfeeding makes babies less reactive to stress | fitness

While it’s a known fact that there are many physical and mental health benefits of breastfeeding for mothers and babies, according to the latest research, this might be due to genetic changes induced by breastfeeding. Dr Lester, one of the lead researchers said, “What we found is that maternal care ...

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Scented products can put your life at risk, can contain chemicals that cause cancer | fitness

Scented products can put your life at risk, can contain chemicals that cause cancer | fitness

Some benzyl chloride with your vanilla-scented lotion? Consumers may be surprised that their favourite scented products could contain some less-entrancing ingredients, according to a new report. A study released by the Breast Cancer Prevention Partners found a host of unlisted chemicals in commonly used products, with most coming from the ...

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Cocoa and dark chocolates can boost your Vitamin D intake, strengthen bones | fitness

Cocoa and dark chocolates can boost your Vitamin D intake, strengthen bones | fitness

Love chocolates or other products containing cocoa? A new study has found that foods rich in cocoa, such as cocoa butter, cocoa beans, cocoa powder, and dark chocolates may improve your vitamin D intake. Vitamin D comes in two types — vitamin D2 and D3. While, vitamin D3 is produced ...

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