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Water Consumption should not be in Excess, says a book titled “Water – Elixir or Poison”

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New Delhi, Jan 20, 2017: It is well known that one should drink a sufficient amount of water for keeping oneself healthy. However, here is a book which says that water consumption should not be in excess.

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Written by health expert Parmeshwar Arora, the book titled “Water – Elixir or Poison” talks about important facts on water consumption.

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Cabinet Minister Shahnawaz Hussain, who was present at the launch of the book, said: “Ayurveda has a lot of power which is yet not known to all. I appreciate the efforts put by the author who chose to write on water and how it should be consumed.” (IANS)

 

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Congo’s health ministry says there are now 179 confirmed cases, including 104 deaths. (VOA)