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Natural sources of ‘good fats’ you need in your diet

Nutrition

Natural sources of ‘good fats’ you need in your diet

Posted on 26 November 2014

Natural sources of ‘good fats’ you need in your diet There is this common perception that eating fat is bad for your health and waistline, but very few know that healthy fats are essential for good health. Leading health and nutrition experts have come together to dispel the common myths around fat in our diet, […] Continue Reading

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Garlic, broccoli help fight cancer

Health Tip

Garlic, broccoli help fight cancer

Posted on 26 November 2014

              Garlic, broccoli help fight cancer The selenium compound found in garlic and broccoli can boost the immune system of the body to fight against cancer, a new study has found. The study done by researchers from the University of Copenhagen found that the special immunostimulatory molecule is blocked […] Continue Reading

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Medicinal plants can help control weeds, says study

Water

Medicinal plants can help control weeds, says study

Posted on 25 November 2014

              Medicinal plants can help control weeds, says study VADODARA: A research study undertaken by a professor at MS University’s department of botany has resulted in the identification of over 25 medicinal allelopathic plants that can be used to control the growth of weeds in agriculture. These plants when […] Continue Reading

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Consuming yoghurt daily could lower diabetes risk

Nutrition

Consuming yoghurt daily could lower diabetes risk

Posted on 25 November 2014

              Consuming yoghurt daily could lower diabetes risk Including yogurt in your daily diet could lower your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study says. Consumption of one 28g serving of yogurt per day is associated with an 18 percent lower risk of Type 2 diabetes, the findings […] Continue Reading

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Ban on loose cigarettes soon

Health

Ban on loose cigarettes soon

Posted on 25 November 2014

Ban on loose cigarettes soon In a move that would severely dent cigarette companies’ fortunes in India; the Health Ministry has accepted the recommendations of an expert panel, which proposed a complete ban on sale of loose cigarette sticks. Among other recommendations by the panel, reviewed by Business Standard, include higher penalty for not specifying nicotine and tar […] Continue Reading

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One lakh deaths due to pollution

Air

One lakh deaths due to pollution

Posted on 24 November 2014

One lakh deaths due to pollution, India needs to be energy efficient New Delhi: Nearly one lakh premature deaths take place annually due to air pollution in India and some other countries which can be avoided by 2030 by improving energy efficiency measures in transport and industrial sectors, a UN report today said. The fifth Emissions […] Continue Reading

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What causes discomfort among users of contact lenses

Hygiene

What causes discomfort among users of contact lenses

Posted on 24 November 2014

What causes discomfort among users of contact lenses When you first started using contact lenses, chances are you had the best intentions and were vigilant about keeping your lenses clean and properly cared for. But eventually, you started to slack off. Maybe you fell into the habit of taking out your lenses without washing your […] Continue Reading

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Study finds exercise and fasting help boost brain’s functions

Health Tip

Study finds exercise and fasting help boost brain’s functions

Posted on 24 November 2014

            Study finds exercise and fasting help boost brain’s functions A new research has found that exercise along with occasional fasting can help in boosting the neurons of the brain. The research, which was conducted on animals, showed that random fasting in rats and mice enhanced learning and memory and […] Continue Reading

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State to Police Veggies, Keep Them Pesticide-free

Food Safety

State to Police Veggies, Keep Them Pesticide-free

Posted on 24 November 2014

State to Police Veggies, Keep Them Pesticide-free THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a bid to ensure that only pesticide-free vegetables are imported into Kerala, the government on Tuesday decided to form an authority headed by the Food Safety Commissioner to co-ordinate activities in this regard with neighbouring states. Selling pesticide-laden vegetables can attract tough penalties including prosecution, Chief […] Continue Reading

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Many perceive outdoor air pollution as more harmful

Air

Many perceive outdoor air pollution as more harmful

Posted on 20 November 2014

            Many perceive outdoor air pollution as more harmful Mumbai: A majority of Mumbaikars surveyed as part of a study on the quality of air in the city were of the belief that outdoor air pollution is more detrimental to health than indoor. The study showed that no less than 75% of […] Continue Reading

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