Incorporating fish into dietary habits

If we observe our young generation’s eating habits, we may see that they consume less fish. Most of them prefer junk foods and sugary

1y ago

The breakfast mistakes perhaps you are making

Not without reason, breakfast is dubbed “the most essential meal of the day.” Breakfast, as the name implies, breaks the fast. It provides necessary nutrients and refills your glucose supply, boosting energy and alertness. Hence a proper breakfast is crucial. Following are the breakfast mistakes most people make:

2y ago

Keys to shed calories after 40

Diet and exercise are key to optimal health. The risk of many chronic illnesses increases with age. Here are some tips to lose weight after 40:

2y ago

Drinking alcohol to stay healthy? That might not work!

Increased mortality risk among current alcohol abstainers might largely be explained by other factors, including previous alcohol or drug problems, daily smoking, and overall poor health, according to a new by Ulrich John of University Medicine Greifswald, Germany, and colleagues.

2y ago

Dos and don’ts for sensitive skin

Sensitive skin often reacts to triggers like weather, allergies, or certain products. Yours might turn red, dry out, sting, feel itchy or tight, or get bumps, scales, or hives. Conditions like eczema, contact dermatitis, rosacea, and more are often to blame.

2y ago

Alcohol consumption linked to more than 740,000 new cancer cases in 2020

Four percent of newly diagnosed cancer cases in 2020 may by associated with drinking alcohol, according to a global study published in The Lancet Oncology,

2y ago

Healthy diet after recovery from COVID-19

Recovering from COVID-19 is not the only battle to win but maintaining your health post-infection is also a significant challenge. COVID-19 infection disrupts your immune system, so it is necessary to build your immunity and regain your strength.

2y ago

Keep your mind sharp

Just as exercise improves your physical health, brain workouts strengthen your mind. It is never too late to begin exercising your most important muscle. Read on for ways to stimulate your brain.

2y ago

Long working hours are a killer, WHO study shows

Working long hours is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year in a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization said on Monday.

3y ago

Fake health tips that claim to fight against coronavirus

Supposed coronavirus cures have popped up online that suggest eating certain leaves to drinking household cleaners. Some are harmless while others cause death. We have here the trending yet fake cures that you really, really must avoid.

4y ago

Do's and Don'ts of Ride Sharing

Always wear a proper helmet (this goes for both the passenger and rider) that fits the size of your head. As annoying and uncomfortable as it feels to some, remember that not wearing one even during a crash at a speed of just 25 kilometres per hour can cause brain injury.

6y ago

Exfoliate your brows

Most of us include exfoliating our face as a part of our daily beauty routine. Exfoliation keeps our face free of dirt, dead skin cell, product build up, and promotes a healthy skin revival, especially for winter.

6y ago

Can't sleep?

Up to 20 percent of adults may experience mild seasonal affective disorder, which can be caused by a disruption in the body's natural circadian rhythm, triggered by fewer daylight hours in winter, and may lead to disordered sleep patterns, according to a 2013 study in the Journal of Affective Disorders.

6y ago

Condition wisely

When it comes to choosing hair cleansing and care products, it should strike a balance between —50 percent of the commercial information; 50 percent of scientist's recommendations.

6y ago

Winter skin care for your infant

The winter chills are just beginning to creep in on us. And we are already reaching out for lotions and moisturisers like there is no tomorrow. But slathering on any and all products like these is most definitely not the way to go when it comes to our little ones.

6y ago

Secret to longevity lies in healing body, says Singaporean doctor

The secret to longevity lies in healing the body, says a Singaporean doctor.

6y ago

10 positive habits that can bring a change to your life

These 10 positive habits can make a difference, changing our lives towards a better one.

8y ago

US Dietary guidelines for 2015 to lift restriction on fats, except for saturated kind

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) is likely to recommend lifting its previous restrictions on most fats as a new report signals change may be afoot.

8y ago
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