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The force with which the blood gushes through the blood vessels in the body is known as blood pressure. When this pressure is permanently elevated or lowered, it leads to medical conditions known as hypertension and hypotension respectively. And while both these conditions are equally concerning omega-3...
Whаt is cholesterol? Cholesterol is а type of fаt found in the blood. It forms pаrt of the lining (membrаne) of every cell, is the bаsic substаnce used for the production of hormones (e.g. oestrogen аnd testosterone), is used in the production of bile...
Your immune system is a network of cells, tissues and organs that defend your body, by generating antibodies against foreign particles and invaders, like bacterias and parasites that are most likely to get you sick. Immunity plays a vital role for you to stay...
A vegetarian diet If your diet is free of meat, poultry, fowl flesh, eggs, dairy products, and seafood, you are on a vegetarian diet. A vegetarian diet does not have any animal proteins. It is essential to understand that plant-based diets and vegetarian...
It's not uncommon to fall sick more often when the monsoon season sets in. Not only are you more prone to water-borne diseases like typhoid and diarrhoea, your immune system, a system of natural defense against foreign particles, weakens. You become more susceptible to catching common cold...
According to WHO, our emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing along with our ability to handle stress constitutes our mental health. The mental health of a person is determined by various social, psychological, and biological factors at a given point in time. The immune system...
There’s no single food source that can offer all the nutrition necessary for human sustenance, but there are a few that have been recognised and classified as “superfoods”. These foods can enhance your healthy eating patterns and power-up your meals to keep you up and running all...
Trace minerals are minerals that are required in a minute quantity but play a vital role in the growth, development, and function of the body.  Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Selenium (Se), Chromium (Cr), Cobalt (Co), Iodine (I), Manganese (Mn), Fluorine (F), Boron (B), and Molybdenum (Mo) ...
In today’s day and age, life is fast and compartmentalized. The modern Indian is a hard worker striving for efficiency. A survey by the National Sample Survey Office reported that the average working hours of Indian employees are one of the longest in the world, with people...
India has been the land of herbs and medicines since ancient ages. Herbs and spices were being used for their medicinal values before they found their way into our kitchens. It’s not uncommon to use natural home remedies to treat a specific set of problems. Now, modern...

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