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  • Good nutrition contributes to keeping COVID-19 and other diseases away

    Good nutrition contributes to keeping COVID-19 and other diseases away

    By Dr. Grayson Jaggers Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences The connection between the pandemic and our dietary habits is undeniable. The stress of isolation coupled with a struggling economy has caused many of …

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  • Ice is not that Nice!

    Ice is not that Nice!

    By Chahna Tailor It’s summer. It’s hot. What is the instinctive way to cool ourselves down? Water, iced. Super cold. You can immediately feel a reduction in heat! Whenever I am asked about Ayurveda tips that can be easily integrated into our daily routine, the …

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  • Ghee is Not the Enemy

    Ghee is Not the Enemy

    Ghee, clarified butter, is a good substitute for cooking oil and is frequently used in Indian and Middle Eastern recipes. Many people favor cooking with ghee over butter because it does not burn as easily and adds great aroma, flavor, and taste to the food. …

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  • To Buy Organic Or Not Feature

    To Buy Organic or Not?

    Organic foods have changed from being deemed a gourmet commodity, pricey and limited to specialty markets, to being popular, and even essential for some, at grocery stores worldwide. With a wide range of availability at reasonable prices, many are now embracing a natural lifestyle. But …

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  • Why is it important to meditate?

    Why is it important to meditate?

    For those who practice meditation, they have likely experienced the calm and peace that comes from channeling energy into calming the mind. When practiced daily, meditation can enhance aspects of your mind and spirit as well as provide a better quality of life. The act …

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  • Ways to Stay in Shape When You Can’t Go to the Gym

    Ways to Stay in Shape When You Can’t Go to the Gym

    Maintaining a firm and defined body without going to the gym may sound like a dream, but it is possible if you take a few simple steps on a daily basis. Spend only a few minutes on a few exercises and in any location available …

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    Healthcare can be India’s next IT sector, says Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

    “The Indian healthcare sector has the potential to be the next IT sector, and the country can be the rescuer for our part of the world amidst the COVID crisis, ” said chairperson and MD of Biocon Limited, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw. “It is already a $100-billion …

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    Second plasma bank in Kerala set up in Wayanad

    The District Medical Officer Dr. R. Renuka, who inaugurated the plasma bank on Sunday, said the convalescent plasma therapy has been found effective for treating the dangerous COVID-19 patients The donors of plasma should have tested negative for the virus twice and the donation should …

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  • Delhi Masks

    Delhi: Mask fines fetch cops Rs 2.4 Crore since April 1

    While doctors and experts stress the significance of wearing masks in the instance of the Novel Coronavirus, many Delhiites show to be least concerned about covering their faces. According to the Delhi Police data, South Delhi had the utmost number of violators with 5,539 cases …

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    Human papilloma virus has the ability to cause prostate cancer

    Human papilloma viruses (HPV), a common group of viruses known to cause cervical cancer, may also have a causal role in prostate cancer, according to a review of the literature published in the open access journal Infectious. James Lawson and Wendy Glenn of the University …

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