World Sleep Day: 5 minute trick to help you sleep faster

Sometimes you feel absolutely shattered and head off to bead but lie awake for hours unable to sleep. While ideally, we should not look at our phones, tablets, television or tablets, during this period due to the blue light they emanate, but realistically, it is not possible. However, it turns out that there really is […]

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High levels of vitamin D may lower cancer risk, says study

High levels of vitamin D may be linked to a lower risk of developing cancer, including liver cancer, revealed a new study. The study, conducted by a team of international researchers in Japan, stated that the findings support the theory that vitamin D might help protect against some cancers. Vitamin D is made by the […]

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5 Yoga Poses That Will Help In Relieving Exam Stress

Yoga is hailed as a great stress buster. If students practice some yoga during exams, it can help in making their preparation time easier and stress free. It is that time of the year again. Students of class 10 and 12 go through sleepless nights and stressful days for an entire month until the very […]

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Here’s Why You Should Never Skip Your Breakfast!

Breakfast has known to be the most important meal of the day and most health experts suggest that breakfast is the first meal of the day and should not be avoided as it helps break your overnight fast that you experience while you were asleep. Having a healthy breakfast restores the glucose levels in the […]

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7 Interesting Ways To Bring Cardamom (Elaichi) In To Use

Cardamom, also popularly known as elaichi makes for an alluring spice with an amazing fragrance; not to forget, it adds to the flavour in just about everything. The bright green pods with black pearls can liven up any dish or dessert you can think of. Not only this, it is loaded with various health benefits […]

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Young Men Are More Vulnerable To Mental Illness Than Women

Young men are more likely to experience first-episode psychosis, defined as the first manifestation of one or more severe mental disorders including schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder, and depression, compared to women of the same age group, says a new study. The findings published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry also showed that ethnic minorities and people […]

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