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High Blood Pressure Symptoms: Knowing the ‘Silent Killer’

22 May, 2019
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Living a busy life? Dealing with stress regularly? Eating out a lot? Not getting the chance to work out? Well, you must know about the silent killer then. No, we are not talking about a gangster here. The silent killer is your High Blood Pressure. The worrying misconception about High Blood Pressure is that it …

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Healthy Heart Tips – 15 Key Points You Should Follow

3 May, 2019
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Love and gratitude are good for your heart but they are not enough to keep it healthy. Your lifestyle choices majorly decide the health of your organs including your heart. In this article, we will be discussing some healthy heart tips and heart care tips. An inactive lifestyle means an unhealthy you. However, this sedentary …

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Top 6 Detox Water Recipes For Weight Loss & Glowing Skin

4 April, 2019
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Are you overweight? Do you want a fair glowing skin? Then, drink lots of water. But just drinking tasteless water can be boring sometimes, isn’t it? So why not add some fruits and vegetables to your water and detox it to stay well hydrated? Detox water can reduce your weight and help to achieve clear …

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Top 10 Foods That can Lower Your Cholesterol Level Naturally

14 September, 2018
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Millions of people on the internet search for a better health guide to help them with controlling their cholesterol levels. They want quick and easy “to do tips” and tricks to cure their cholesterol overnight. Before getting into the treatment modalities right away, one has to first understand why cholesterol affects us. Like many other …

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Blood Tests & Lab Investigations for Dengue Fever

25 July, 2018
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Early and accurate diagnosis of dengue fever is essential for appropriate patient management. The course of treatment for dengue includes a diet full of fruits, cereals, and juices. This diet helps to fulfill the mineral and vitamin requirement of the patient. As the initial symptoms of dengue fever are similar to dengue fever, it is …

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Can A Person With Tattoo Donate Blood?

13 June, 2018
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Everybody is encouraged to donate blood after they come of age. We even have an article about the benefits of blood donation on our blog. If you have ever donated blood then you would know its importance. You are potentially saving at least one life at the cost of a small volume of your blood …

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Surprising Health Benefits of Donating Blood

8 June, 2018
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Are you planning to donate blood anytime soon? Do you want to know if you’re eligible? Well then, read on because we are going to discuss the benefits of donating blood. Apart from letting you save someone’s life, other benefits of donating blood include keeping your body healthy and young for a long time. Even …

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Low Carb Indian Diet For Beginners – Ultimate Guide

4 June, 2018
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Has all the rage about growing muscles and losing fat gone to your head? Well, don’t worry, we’ll ease your way into the fitness world with minor changes to your diet. The first thing a professional fitness trainer will tell you is, lifting weight or working out in general only contributes to about 30 to …

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Blood Tests for Chikungunya and Lab Investigations

1 June, 2018
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Chikungunya is a disease which is spread by two types of mosquitoes. Chikungunya is found out through a chikungunya test. No medicine has been invented by the medical world. Blood test for chikungunya is immediately recommended by a doctor when a person suffers from high fever with severe joint ache. Symptoms for Chikungunya Fever (the …

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10 Foods to Avoid with High Blood Pressure

20 April, 2018
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Who doesn’t love food? Chowing down an entire pizza pie or polishing off a mug of the sundae is something most of us just can’t resist. Food apart from being tasty is also the essential key to survival for every living organism. However, one should ensure that food mainly serves its purpose of keeping the …

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Top 7 Menstrual Hygiene Management Tips Women Should Follow

30 January, 2018
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The first step towards womanhood comes with the advancing of menstruation cycle. It is of utmost importance to understand the science behind the changes in your body and also prepare for it accordingly. Women have been disregarding menstrual hygiene since time immemorial.

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10 Foods That Lower Cholesterol Naturally

2 December, 2017
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Heart diseases are one of the biggest killers in the world. The main reason behind heart problems and high cholesterol is the lack of attention paid to what we eat. We will through this article, therefore, try to unravel the super foods that lower cholesterol. Different foods lower cholesterol in different ways.

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Healing Acupressure Points for Back Pain

22 November, 2017
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Acupressure is a therapy that was developed over 5 thousand years ago as a crucial part of Asian and specifically Chinese medicine. This technique involves a very precise finger placement and applying pressure to those specific points along your body. These points are important since they follow specific channels also known as meridians which are …

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What does my blood pressure test mean?

19 December, 2014
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How often have you had a doctor check for your blood pressure and blindly believed him when he or she said, ‘Your BP is fine’? How many times did you bother finding out what the readings were…even if you did, would you know what they really meant? With words like ‘systolic’, ‘diastolic’ and ‘millimetres of …

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Fresh Blood in Stools – It can be Piles

11 December, 2014
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So you thought your weekend party had no impact on your body. You had a musical evening next with not much affect like diarrhoea or constipation. And you felt lively at the thought of visiting your friend today, only to wake up to a morning where you find fresh blood in your stool! Well, you …

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3 must ask blood transfusion questions

19 May, 2014
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Who needs a blood transfusion? After a major accident, a patient needs blood in case of blood loss Every major surgery requires additional blood The average open heart surgery requires about 6 units of blood Patient suffering a miscarriage or childbirth may need a large amount of blood for saving her life and also the …

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Acupressure & Acupuncture

10 March, 2014
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Acupressure is an Asian bodywork therapy with roots in traditional Chinese medicine. The traditional Chinese medicine theory describes acupressure points or acupoints, which lie along the meridians of the human body. It is believed that vital energy or a life force called qi (ch’i) flows through these energy meridians and that 12 major meridians connect organ networks to …

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6 Ways to Lower the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

4 March, 2014
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Unfortunately, it is easy to consider cardiovascular disease and stroke an inevitable part of ageing. They are, after all, the leading causes of death. Earlier studies had shown that almost one in every four deaths in the India was caused due to cardiovascular disease. However, all is not lost in the fight against heart disease, as is suggested by …

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Signs & Symptoms Of Common Liver Problems

6 August, 2018
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At almost the size of an average football, the liver sits just below the rib cage. The prime function of the liver is to help digest the food while also protecting the body against toxic waste. Liver provides the body with bile – an alkaline compound which is responsible for breaking down fat. The bile …

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10 Body Changes to Expect When You Are Expecting

13 May, 2018
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Mr. E (Embryo) has found itself a comfortable job at your Uterus and currently on 9 month probation period. It has come with two fellows- hormone Estrogen (Mr. EG) and hormone Progesterone (Mrs. PG). (These two are going to play an important role in future, which we will know little later in this article). Team …

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