Keto vs gm

Just because you want to lose a little weight, you must not blindly select any diet. These two diets are carefully presented to let you know just what and how they cover their tasks.

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Self-examination is key to catching breast cancer in early stages

It is recommended that women look out for changes in their breasts and that women should know how their breasts look and feel. This can allow them to recognise any changes. Most women know to check for breast lumps that are out of the ordinary but there are other changes to look out for. A challenge of a global scale, no doubt, breast cancer often goes undetected for a long time, until it's too late. These tools make self-examination a non-invasive process that also eliminates the exasperating process of scheduling appointments with your doc.

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Biotin-rich gummies for healthy hair

Power Gummies is popular among the community of beauty and wellness loyalists and has been in their collective conscience since its launch back in November 2018. The bear-shaped vitamin gummies help aid hair, nail, and skin nutrition, and are a fun thing to look foward to. Read up on the nutritional benefits of these cute chewables.

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Podcasts for your Mental Health

Amidst the hustle and bustle of the new 'at home' life, if you're looking to break away from the chaos with some relaxing audio this World Mental Health Day, here's a list of playlists and you can stream on Spotify.

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Tips to manage the seasonal flu at home

The monsoon has begun, and while it brings relief from summer heat it also brings perils of humidity. With the rain showers comes the risk of being exposed to viruses, necessitating measures to manage the six most important seasonal flu symptoms-- breathing difficulty, body ache, cough, blocked nose, headache and muscular stiffness early on.

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Chef Sanjeev Kapoor: Home-cooking is the healthiest cooking

Indian home-cooking saw the turn of a new leaf when celebrity chefs like Sanjeev Kapoor created lip-smacking recipes on a unique format of cooking shows on television. With the stay-at-home orders infusing new energy into the country's home kitchens, the celebrated chef and Padma Shri recipient feels happy seeing people cook at home.

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Hot flushes, night sweats linked to heart attacks in women

Women who suffer from hot flushes and night sweats after menopause are 70 per cent more likely to have a heart attack, angina or stroke, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

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Grow your own herb garden

Your small choice of starting a kitchen herb garden or nurturing the gardening habit can lead you to joining the fight against global warming. The good news is that your balcony, backyard or kitchen garden can help control urban temperatures, mitigating the effects of extreme heat and cold due to climate change.

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Study provides evidence on link between air pollution & early death

Researchers have found more evidence to suggest that long-term exposure to air pollution is a cause of premature death among older people.

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How to combat PCOS in the lockdown

One in every five women is affected by Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS); a hormonal disorder which causes enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges.

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Spotlight on Iron deficiency in women

Juggling between their many roles, women do not realise how and when symptoms of iron deficiency become part of their daily existence.

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Wearable skin patch monitors health using your sweat

No need to sweat it out anymore in these social distancing times as scientists have developed a wearable skin patch that will monitor your health using simply your sweat and nothing else.

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An apple a day does keep the doctor away, don't take our word for it, try it. A fruit is a delicious way to deal with some ailments. Is your skin breaking out? Eat more fruit. Dealing with poor digestion? Snack on some bananas. Feeling hungry when you wake up? Eat fruit. Include a fruit instead of junk in your daily routine, is a good piece of advice.

An apple a day does keep the doctor away, don't take our word for it, try it. A fruit is a delicious way to deal with some ailments. Is your skin breaking out? Eat more fruit. Dealing with poor digestion? Snack on some bananas. Feeling hungry when you wake up? Eat fruit. Include a fruit instead of junk in your daily routine, is a good piece of advice.