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World Liver Day 2019: Five Ayurvedic herbs that will help keep your liver healthy

World Liver Day 2019: Keep your liver healthy by including these herbs in your daily routine. Every year, April 14 is observed as World Liver Day to create awareness about the vital organ that is responsible for fighting infections, digestion, controlling cholesterol, regulating blood sugar, and also making proteins in ...

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World Liver Day 2019: Symptoms of liver disease and ways to keep it healthy

World Liver Day 2019: Located in the upper right part of the abdomen separated from chest cavity by the diaphragm, liver is one the most vital organs in the body. (Photo by iStock/Getty Images Plus) The liver, which measures about 1,00 grams in weight and 15 cm in length, is ...

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World Heritage Day 2019: Time to visit 5 lesser-known UNESCO World Heritage sites

World Heritage Day: Would you like to visit Champaner in Gujarat? (Source: File Photo) India has 36 World Heritage Sites on the UNESCO list – the sixth highest of any country. While monuments and sites like Qutab Minar, Taj Mahal, Ajanta and Ellora Caves and Hampi have always been on ...

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World Heritage Day 2019: All you need to know about the history, significance and this year’s theme

World Heritage Day 2019: This year, the theme is Rural Landscapes. (Source: File Photo) The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) in 1982 had decided to celebrate April 18 as as the International Day for Monuments and Sites or World Heritage Day. Approved by UNESCO in 1983 during its ...

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UNESCO World Heritage Day 2019: History, Theme and Significance | art and culture

UNESCO World Heritage Day 2019: History, Theme and Significance | art and culture

In the year 1982, the International Council on Monuments and Sites declared 18th April as World Heritage Day to raise awareness about monuments and other sites which form a part of our history and culture. UNESCO approved of this day in the year 1983 and since then the day is ...

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World Haemophilia day 2019: 80 percent haemophilia cases undiagnosed in India according to doctors | health

Despite improvement in the medical technologies for the treatment of haemophilia, health experts believe that nearly 80 per cent of Indians with the serious blood disorder are not diagnosed due to the absence of proper diagnostic facilities in the remote areas. India with nearly two lakh cases is estimated to ...

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World Haemophilia Day 2019: 10 signs and how to deal with it | health

World Haemophilia Day 2019: 10 signs and how to deal with it | health

Haemophilia is a rare genetic bleeding disorder in which the blood does not clot properly. As a result, the inherent of Haemophilia suffers from spontaneous and bleed for a longer time after sustaining an injury. This occurs due to the absence of a certain protein called clotting factors required for ...

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World Heritage Day 2019 special: Rediscovering Delhi’s Heritage | travel

Adilabad Fort A view of Adilabad Fort in Tughlaqabad ( Shivam Saxena/HT ) A sense of peace and calm engulfs you as you step into the fortification of Adilabad. Built by Sultan Mohammad Bin Tughlaq, Adilabad Fort lies to the south-east part of Tughlaqabad and is connected to it via ...

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For World Art Day, dive into artist Krishna Setty’s latest collection, Real and Ethereal

For World Art Day, dive into artist Krishna Setty’s latest collection, Real and Ethereal

A man with wings like an angel, crouches to chase after a snake. Set against dark shades of blue, this picture is grim. A fish bone, and few severed heads watch him. In another painting, the fish bone is hung against an earthy background sporting elements that could represent myriad ...

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World Parkinson’s Day 2019: Useful tips to help fight Parkinson’s disease

World Parkinson’s Day 2019: World Parkinson’s Day is celebrated on April 11. (Photo by iStock / Getty Images) Parkinson’s is one of the most common neurodegenerative and movement disorder. Progressive loss of controlled muscle activity, which leads to trembling of the limbs and head while at rest, stiffness, slowness, and ...

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