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Besr Tips for Hair Growth

Drink Water Drinking enough water is important for keeping hair shiny, healthy and growing. Not having enough water can lead to dull, dry and easily broken hair as well as breakage. Make sure you are drinking eight glasses of water a day and avoid sugar filled drinks whenever possible. Although drinking enough water may not directly make your hair grow …

Causes, symptoms and prevention of Migraines

Migraine maybe caused by an abnormal activity causing a temporary alteration in the nerve signals and blood flow in the brain. However, an exact cause for the same is still unknown. There are various factors that contribute or trigger migraine headaches. Some of these include allergies, fatigue and tiredness, lack of sleep, smoking, any kind of stress, skipping meals, dehydration, …

Health Tips for Your 20s and 30s

It can be easy to avoid regular checkups at the doctor’s office when you’re in your 20’s and 30’s — after all, you are young, strong and busy. Although you feel fit, you might not be living a healthy lifestyle. But the ability to maintain a healthy living and strong throughout your life relies heavily on physical activity and how …

Top 10 Dreaded Foods and their Healthy Alternatives!

You always promise yourself that it’s time for you to get in shape and get healthy. We know how difficult it is to let go of your favorite foods. So, we have made a list of the top 10 dreaded foods and how to overcome the craving by choosing healthier ingredients. Take a look: #1 Ice cream cravings keeping you …

Myths & Facts about Cholesterol

Cholesterol is both our enemy and friend. Cholesterol is essential for the body’s normal functioning, but a high cholesterol level is considered alarming. Risk Factors of High Cholesterol Smoking High blood pressure (140/90 mmHg or higher) Low HDL cholesterol (less than 40 mg/dL) Hereditary Age Intake of fatty foods But cholesterol is not that bad. In fact it plays major …

Weight Management

Some idea on diet plan to how to lose weight: Reduce on Sugars and Starches (Carbohydrates): The most important part is to reduce your intake on sugars and carbohydrates. These are the foods that stimulate secretion of insulin, which causes fat storage in the body. It is important to try to stick to healthier carb sources like oats, rice, quinoa, …

5 drinks that will help you sleep at night

Warm milk, chamomile tea and cherry juice are all beverages that are believed to be effective sleeping aids for restless sleepers, but do they (and other drinks that come with similar claims) actually help? They can help registered dietitian Nicole Osinga says, but it all depends on what you reach for. According to a 2016 study by insurance provider Aviva, …

WHO accused of twisting research to suggest coffee, cell phones and weed killer cause cancer

Two influential U.S. Congressmen have asked the World Health Organization’s cancer agency to get ready to testify about its work assessing if substances cause cancer, citing concerns about its ‘scientific integrity’. Their letter to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), seen by Reuters and sent on Wednesday, is part of ongoing investigations by two Congressional committees into IARC …

Foods that help to get rid of inflammation

In general, inflammation happens when your body reacts to something abnormal. Acute inflammation, which happens after an injury or infection, is an orderly, healthy process. Your immune system mobilizes to destroy foreign invaders and clean up damaged tissue, then quiets back down. Chronic, or systemic, inflammation is an unhealthy, chaotic process that happens when your immune system is persistently on …

Scientists identify genetic risk factors for asthma

More than 100 genetic risk factors for asthma, hay fever and eczema have been identified in a new study that helps shed light on why these conditions often occur together. The Australian-led study, published today in Nature Genetics, is the first of its kind to pinpoint genetic risk factors common to all three allergic conditions. It has long been known …

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