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40% of World’s Population Do Not Have Access to Handwashing

Although handwashing with soap is vital in the fight against infectious diseases, including the novel coronavirus, 40 per cent of the world's population, or...

Getting Hot Water is Expensive

Sometime we have to be selective between need and desire. But what if have to choose both need and desire at a time? Water is...

Scientists Discover Multiple Liquid Water Lakes on Mars

A team of scientists studying data from a satellite orbiting Mars say they have discovered evidence of several lakes of what they believe is...

New Evidence May Show How Water Originated on Earth

A study published this week offers evidence regarding how water originated on Earth, and the clues come from some of the oldest rocks in...

Study on Water On Earth Since Formation

Earth's water may have come from materials that were present in the inner solar system at the time the planet formed, suggests a new...

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...

The Impact of Stress on Skin, Hair and How to Overcome It

By Puja Gupta The lockdown has resulted in stress for a lot of people - stress of being cooped inside for weeks together; the uncertainty...

World Nature Conservation Day: Here’s How You Can Contribute

By Muskan Bhatnagar July 28 is marked globally as World Nature Conservation Day, which reminds us of the importance of nature in our day to...

Here are Some Extra Skincare Precautions to Take Before Stepping Out Again

Prolonged pandemic and lockdown gave us enough time to take care of our skin and stay away from a regular exposure of sun, dust...

Whatr : Future of Sustainable Mineral Water

Keeping up with India's sustainability development goal is not so easy. However, one brand from Himachal Pradesh is trying to step up and make...

World Oceans Day: Conserve Water Bodies for Future!

8th of June is worldwide celebrated as World Oceans Day. It reminds us of the important role that oceans play in our day-to-day life....

The Indian Triple Disaster: Virus, Heat Wave And Locusts

By Associated Press As if the coronavirus wasn't enough, India grappled with scorching temperatures and the worst locusts invasion in decades as authorities prepared for...

Know About the Various Fasting Methods for Weight Loss

Across India, fasting is generally linked with religious beliefs, and people fast before or during traditional rituals. On the other hand, fasting also has...

Hydrate and Prepare Yourself for Summers

Come April, and the summer heat is only going to get more intense. Avoiding excessive water loss and dehydration is essential especially in the...

Mars Losing Water Faster Than Expectations of The Scientists

Mars may have been a place brimming with water in the form of seas, lakes and rivers once but all of that evaporated into...

Here’s Why Shaking Head To Remove Water From Ears Can Cause Brain Damage

Shaking head is one of the most common methods people use to get rid of water in their ears, but it can can also...

Once Water-Starved, Chennai’s Cantonment Area Now Boast of 13 Brimful Water Bodies

Once water-starved, Chennai's Cantonment area and military station now boast of 13 brimful water bodies and recycling plants, and also generate their own electricity....

‘Computer Kidney’ Suggests to Drink Enough Water Daily

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada have developed a “computer kidney” that can help shed light on impacts of medicines taken by...

Water Management can Blunt Impact of Climate Change and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Water management can blunt the impact of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that lead to global warming, reports UN-Water, an agency that...

Malawi Trying to Find Ways to Contain Overfishing in Its Largest Body of Water, Lake Malawi

Malawi is trying to find ways to contain overfishing in its largest body of water, Lake Malawi. The third largest lake in Africa has...

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Coffee Before Breakfast May Increase Diabetes Risk

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