by Meena Om How to deal with unpleasant people or situation: First, give a warning that you don’t like what is happening and that it should not be repeated. Second time if the offence is repeated, give punishment. If the same offence is repeated the third time, amputate. Mentally cut yourself off from that person totally. It is very easy to break up, but much harder to reconcile and continue being together. For everything there is a three-point scale to judge and decide. Check whether it is referring to…Read More
How to Lose Weight Quickly Without Exercise?
By: Abha Toppo Obesity or fatness is one of the biggest health problems all around the world. People generally put on weight due to their unhealthy eating habits. They eat and drink more calories than they burn through daily movement and body functions. In this article we will tell you how to lose weight without exercise, medication and in a natural healthy way. A person can easily and quickly lose weight, the only thing he or she needs to do is maintain a healthy lifestyle through healthy eating and drinking. 7 ways…Read More
Can sauna lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease?
For those who spent over 45 minutes per week in the sauna in total the incidence was 5.1 per 1,000 person years whilst it was 9.6 for those who spent less than 15 minutes per week in the sauna in total. Yes, you heard that right! Apart from relaxing you, frequent sauna use is linked to a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease (CVD) in men and women aged 50 years and over. The study has been published in the journal BMC Medicine. Researchers from the University of Eastern…Read More
Too much screen time associated with heart disease, cancer
The researchers also found that higher levels of screen time were associated with a higher risk of all-cause mortality, as well as a higher risk of both heart disease and cancer. By H S Rao Time spent watching TV or looking at a computer screen during leisure time has been associated with higher risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease in a new large-scale study. The research, led by the University of Glasgow and published today in BMC Medicine, has revealed a strong association between discretionary screen time and adverse health outcomes, particularly in those with…Read More
World No tobacco day: UP to target heart health & Superfoods to deal with withdrawal symptoms
By: Shailvee Sharda To discourage the use of tobacco among youths, state health department has decided to focus impact of tobacco consumption on health of heart in its IEC campaigns. This is significant considering that one in three adults in the state consume tobacco as per data from health ministry. Citing data from world health organisation on the eve of world no tobacco day, health minister Siddharth Nath Singh said over two million persons die of cardiovascular disease caused by tobacco consumption. “Since, tobacco is a dual killer, we have decided to launch a targeted…Read More
Take care of your spinal health to avoid life-long malaise
Over the years spinal health has emerged as one of the major concerns among millennials. Our busy and mostly sedentary lifestyles attached with a digital-heavy exist have resulted in a large number of young professionals being afflicted with back pain. Injuries, poor postures, obesity, heavy schoolbags and puberty are some of the reasons for poor spinal health. Therefore, back pain is a matter of concern and should not be neglected. Apart from diminishing your quality of life, back pain also affects your work and social engagements and in extreme cases,…Read More
By: KANIZA GARARI Lung cancer has also become a big concern as it is the second most common cancer among men after oral cavity cancers. The human lungs are a strong organ and its airways fight diseases until the very end without giving off any symptoms. The incidence of bronchial asthma, lung infections, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer have seen a sharp rise due to alarming levels of vehicular pollution, increased smoking and unhealthy food habits among Indians. The human lungs are a strong organ and its airways fight…Read More
Superfoods are not the answer! Adhere to simple diets followed by ancestors to stay fit
Consuming a diet like our ancestors – highly diverse and rich in nutrients – may boost human health, a study claims. Researchers from Washington University in the US also found that consuming a monotonous diet of staple cereals and ultra-processed foods may be leading to malnutrition. Malnutrition problems can be traced to poor-quality diets lacking in diversity, a recent phenomenon in evolutionary history, researchers said. The study, published in the journal Nutrition Reviews, posits that there is a misalignment of modern diets and the genome formed through time. Evident in…Read More
Hypertension is a ‘Silent Killer’ in China; Here’s How it May be Affecting You Too!
High blood pressure or hypertension has become a global concern; considering the sedentary lifestyles we live and the amount of stress we take has taken a toll on our body. High blood pressure or hypertension has become a global concern; considering the sedentary lifestyles we live and the amount of stress we take has taken a toll on our body. Turns out, more than a third of adults in China suffer from high blood pressure, but only one in 20 are able to effectively manage their condition. According to the…Read More
World Antibiotic Awareness Week: How over-the-counter antibiotics can threaten your health
On World Antibiotic Awareness Week, learn how excess use of antibiotics can cause resistance which can make even common infections incurable. With the growth of antibiotic resistance complicating treatments for several diseases in India, we might reach a stage where common infections become incurable. Antibiotic resistance is a global threat to health and is part of a bigger problem called antimicrobial resistance (AMR). AMR refers to the ability of a microorganism (like bacteria, viruses, and some parasites) to stop an antimicrobial (such as antibiotics and antivirals) from working against it.…Read More