World Kidney Day 2018: Reflections on women and chronic kidney disease

March 8th this year, coincidentally marks two important global campaigns – International Women’s Day and World Kidney Day. The theme, therefore, ascribed to this year’s World ... Continue Reading →

Have You Been Skipping Your Breakfast? You Must Stop!

Breakfast has known to be the most important meal of the day and most health experts suggest that breakfast is the first meal of the day and should not be avoided as it helps break ... Continue Reading →

Drinking sweetened beverages daily reduces fertility: Study

Drinking one or more sugar-sweetened beverages every day by either partner may reduce the couple’s chances of pregnancy, a study has warned. “We found positive associations ... Continue Reading →

Drinking hot tea ups oesophageal cancer risk in smokers, drinkers: Study

Smokers and drinkers should avoid hot tea, as, according to a study, it can increase the risk of oesophageal cancer. The cancer, which starts in the oesophagus, was already known to ... Continue Reading →

Eat these 6 veggies and fruits cooked, NOT raw (The list includes carrots)

According to science, there are various fruits and vegetables which should not be consumed raw. The main factor being nutrient absorption in our body. If you are also under the constant ... Continue Reading →

If You Are Drinking Lemon Water To Lose Weight, Here’s What You Need To Know

You all must have heard numerous times that to lose weight, drink a glass of warm lemon water, as it acts as an effective fat cutter. Drinking water with a few drops of lemon in it ... Continue Reading →

Taking sauna bath may better person’s health, says study

London: Taking a sauna bath of 30 minutes reduces blood pressure and increases vascular compliance as well as heart rate similarly to medium-intensity exercise, a study has found. The ... Continue Reading →

Another reason to eat more citrus fruits. Vitamin C boosts efficacy of TB drugs

Giving vitamin C with tuberculosis drugs could reduce the unusually long time it takes these medicines to eradicate the deadly pathogen, a study suggests. Researchers at Albert Einstein ... Continue Reading →