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What Caused Lifestyle Diseases Amid Lockdown? Know Here

By Ashish Srivastava The impact of Covid-19 has been far-reaching, and in ways, no one could have imagined. It impacted the health directly and in...

Exercise May Not be Able to Beat Covid-Stress

Exercise has been shown to reduce anxiety and stress, but now in a major study, the researchers have revealed that it may not be...

Ganesh Utsav: Keep Your Diabetes in Check

By Puja Gupta The festive season in India has taken off, and in spite of the pandemic, the country is preparing for celebratory mode over...

What is Constipation and 5 ways to get rid of it

Have you ever felt grumpy for several days? Been snappy all day long and just couldn’t tolerate anyone around? However, you could never have...

Some Measures to Take Care of your Bones During the Pandemic

Amid the pandemic, work from home, social shielding and discreet outdoor ventures have not only disrupted our emotional well-being but have also drastically affected...

Puerperal Period Fitness For New Mothers

Exercise, along with a balanced diet, is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Light to moderate physical activity is safe and beneficial for...

Here’s Why You Should be Stretching Daily

When it comes to working out, stretching has always been the underdog. Some people believe it is an essential part of an exercise to...

Exercise Prevents High BP, Even in Areas with Air Pollution

People who regularly exercise tend to have a lower risk of high blood pressure (BP), even if they live in areas where air pollution...

Here’s How You Can Prevent Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

By Puja Gupta Stretch marks are a type of scarring on the skin; it is a common problem for many people, especially pregnant women. Stretch...

Black Alkaline Water May Help You Fight Virus

By Puja Gupta We are in the midst of a global pandemic that caused great distress among people about their health and well-being. Although social...

Exercise can Slow Down or Prevent Vision Loss

Exercise can slow down or prevent the development of macular degeneration and may also help reduce other common causes of vision loss, such as...

Keep Back Pain At Bay With these Health Tips

Back pain leads people to seek medical attention and results in the leading cause of work disability. It affects 60-80 percent of people throughout...

Tai Chi to Improve Both Mood and Quality of Life

Heart patients who feel gloomy must try popular mind-body exercise tai chi as performing this can improve both mood and quality of life as...

Maintain Healthy Lungs Amid COVID with These Tips

Recovery from any infectious disease relies a lot on an individuals immunity system and by far, COVID-19 has certainly put our abilities to test....

This World Bicycle Day, Know About the Various Health Benefits of Cycling

BY Varuni Trivedi Staying indoors as the World faces the perils of a seemingly neverending pandemic can seem like a monotonous task. Cycling, which can...

Playing Video Games May Cause Poor Eating Habits in Young Males, Warn Researchers

Male college students who play video games tend to exercise less and have poorer eating habits compared to non-gamers, warn researchers. Nearly 70 per cent...

Re-kindle All Relationships During The Lockdown

BY PUJA GUPTA Being in close proximity 24x7 due to restricted movement outside may create strain in relationships. Experts believe that just as the Coronavirus...

Understand Your Kids’ Perspective to Make Them Exercise

Strict parenting may not always yield the best results, especially when it comes to making your kids take time off the screen and do...

Young Indians Are At An Evergrowing Risk Of Hypertension

BY SIDDHI JAIN  High blood pressure is a silent killer affecting millions worldwide, and contrary to popular opinion of it being a condition for the...

Arduous Exercise Might be Safe for People at High Risk for Knee Osteoarthritis: Study

People at high risk for knee osteoarthritis (OA) may be nervous and reluctant to participate in strenuous physical activities but a new study, which...

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