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7 Ways To Boost Your Baby’s IQ Right From The Womb

It is every parent's dream to have a healthy and intelligent baby. But, is there a way you can shape your little one's brain...
Benefits of Jogging

9 Excellent Health Benefits Of Jogging You Didn’t Know

Jogging is an easy-to-do exercise that can help you meet your weekly target of 150 mins of physical activity. Besides burning off 240 cal or more, losing belly fat, you could see other benefits too. Research suggests you could improve your lipid profile, reduce risk of hypertension, ward off aging of your brain, and see better heart health, joint health, and immune function.

Tips To Alleviate The Dangerous Effects Of Stress

Practice relaxation techniques such as meditation, rhythmic exercise, full body massage, or soaking in a spa or hot tub to help relieve the muscle tension and boost your energy, mood. Surround yourself with positive people and be sure to create "family time" in the calendar as a priority. Eat healthy balanced meals and get enough sleep to allow your body to unwind, replenish.

5 Ways To Avoid A Laptop Hunch

There is no doubt that technology has made our lives easy, but it has also brought its share of problems. As we spend an...

9 Lesser Known Things About Recovering From C-Section

Like any major surgery, C-section takes a toll on your body. While you may be busy attending to your new bundle of joy, you...

How To Lose Or Maintain Weight This Winter

It is that time of the year again, when you just want to stay in and cuddle up; a great time to enjoy the...

10 Easy Ways To Increase Dopamine Levels In The Brain

Do you know that human brain has as many as 86 billion neurons? These neurons communicate with each other through brain chemicals called neurotransmitters....

10 Essential Nutrients You Can’t Get From Food

10 Essential Nutrients You Can’t Get From Food

Importance Of Restful Sleep For Optimal Health In Children

Sleep deprivation causes insomnia, unhealthy food cravings, crankiness, etc. Stress-induced nightmares, unconscious sleep walks, breathlessness, and inexplicable daytime sleepiness are common sleep problems. Ensure your children receive adequate sunshine, eat healthy, nap and exercise during the day, follow a fixed sleep schedule, and supplement with natural sleep inducers like Chamomile tea.

What Are The Health Risks Associated With Being Underweight?

High metabolism, physical exertion, diseases, mental instability and genetics can be causes for your bony structure. Liver issues can also leave your body ineffective in absorbing nutrients from food. Weak bones that easily suffer fractures, infections due to weak immunity, malnutrition, stunted growth in children, anemia and infertility can be health issues from being underweight.

12 Simple Tips For Clear Skin

How to get a glowing skin? How to have flawless skin? Clear glowing skin is a dream for every person. No one likes pimples,...
Causes Of Death In The United States

5 Leading Causes Of Death In The United States [Infographic]

Many Americans die each year due to preventable chronic diseases. Studies have shown that investments in community-based prevention programs not only help to improve...
What Does Your Body Say About You

What Does Your Body Say About You?

Stomach ache, burning eyes, rush of adrenalin, slumped shoulders, ridges across the fingernails, puffy legs, too much weight around the middle - our body keeps giving us cues to get fitter, but we keep ignoring it. Physical exercise reduces stress, sharpens your mind, improves your mood and sex life, and helps you sleep better. Start listening to your body, get fit and watch your life fall into place once again.

Can Changes In Your Lifestyle Help Reduce Dementia Risk?

Aim for at least 150 mins of moderate intensity exercise each week. Improve balance and coordination using Yoga, Tai Chi or balance balls. Increase dietary intake of antioxidant-rich and low-cholesterol foods. Regularly challenge your brain with mentally stimulating activities. Get sufficient sleep. Meditate, pray, reflect, relax and make time for leisure activities.
Your Blood Type Can Influence Your Hearth Health

Your Blood Type Can Influence Your Heart Health

A and AB types tend to have high cholesterol levels, and are more prone to blood clot formation and arterial inflammation. In O and B types, a low-fat, high-carb diet can lead to increase in triglyceride levels, blood sugar, blood pressure and abdominal fat. For a healthy heart, A types need gentle exercise, B and AB types need moderate exercise and O types need high intensity exercise.