Know about the 6 hidden toxins in foods that can cause cancer

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Can the food you eat also have harmful toxins? While we may eat foods hoping they will benefit our body and not harm it, certain recent research and studies note the presence of toxins in certain foods. Let us share some study-based information about toxins in foods. Here are 6 toxins that...

Know how to prevent heart diseases in women over 40

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The news of Haryana BJP leader, actress and former Bigg Boss contestant Sonali Phogat’s death due to a heart attack at the age of 42, has once again turned attention towards rising cardiovascular health issues. What are the reasons why women in 40s can be prone to a heart problem? Come, let’s find out....

Type 1 diabetes on a rise in children: ICMR releases new guidelines

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India has been battling the Covid-19 pandemic for almost three years now and the highly contagious virus has disproportionately affected people with diabetes. In an effort to analyse the ongoing situation for diabetic people, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), through a first nationwide diabetes prevalence study, has figured out that the burden...

Swine flu cases rise in India: Know its symptoms and precautions

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In India, the swine flu scare is spreading rapidly. According to reports, in Maharashtra alone, over 180 cases have been reported in the month of August 2022 – 10 times more than swine flu cases in the same month in 2021. It is reason enough to know the symptoms of swine flu and ways...

What is Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which has left Justin Bieber with partial face paralysis

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Popular international singer Justin Bieber, who has been touring, put out a shocking social media video, revealing that he’s currently dealing with partial face paralysis. The condition is medically called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. The Canadian singer, who started his career as a teenager and went on to give chartbusters such as Baby...

Bad dreams may signal onset of Parkinson’s disease, claims study

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When we go to sleep every night, we expect to have a sound sleep or see good dreams unfolding during our nap time. However, if we see bad dreams or nightmares during the virtual world created by our brains, it can be both bizarre and upsetting. Additionally, if it happens on a weekly or...

As Covid-19 cases rise again, WHO chief says ‘don’t pretend it’s not there’

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Covid-19 cases are once again on an upward swing in India and across the world. India itself reported over 12,500 new coronavirus cases in one day, raising legitimate concern around the situation. With the festive season around the corner, the fear of further growth in cases is palpable. Amidst the global rise of Covid-19...

6 effective ways to protect yourself from dengue fever as cases rise

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In India, outbreaks of food and waterborne illnesses have become rampant since the past couple of years. Now yet again, the season of infectious diseases is coming alive with cases of dengue fever on a rise in Bengaluru and Delhi. In fact, ahead of the monsoon this year, dengue cases have put the state...

Monkeypox: Asymptomatic spread of virus raises concern, says study

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Recent findings of a study hint toward some cases of monkeypox that remain undiagnosed due to no symptoms. In such cases, testing and isolating the individuals may not be enough to control the fatal spread. Another study conducted in France adds that the practice of “ring postexposure” vaccination around people with symptoms,...

Are artificial sweeteners safe for your heart? Here’s what a study says

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In today’s world, dietary drinks and foods laced with artificial sweeteners are doing the rounds among fitness-conscious people. In fact, artificial sweeteners find their way into foods which claim to be low calorie alternatives to sugar. Now a recent study has found a potential link between high consumption of artificial sweetener and increased risk...

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