Skin Care Tips: 5 ways to use NEEM for skincare

Neem has many benefits. It also has medicinal properties and for ages has been used for a lot of healing purposes. Even the Vedas said that neem is a great ingredient that can be used for making medicines that can prevent a number of ailments. Other than this, neem also contains properties that can help […]

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There’s a Lot of Bad Nutrition Advice Out There. Here’s How to Know What to Trust

In today’s social media world, it’s easier than ever to find “facts”—and increasingly difficult to figure out which of them are actually true. Reporting based on findings of nutrition research, in particular, is rife with exaggerations, contradictions, and flat-out inaccuracies. Many people end up making food decisions based on this flawed advice, instead of following […]

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‘Millennial therapist’: The 5 types of relationships to invest in when you’re in your 20s and 30s

When you’re a teenager, you’re surrounded by new friends, new classmates and maybe even new romances. All of that excitement can make it difficult to identify which relationships are the most important to maintain. But as you head into your 20s and 30s, being strategic and thoughtful about who you stay in touch with will […]

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7 Signs Your Almost-Relationship Is Fizzling Out, According to A Relationships Expert

The main reason why situationships are so tough is because they’re undefined relationships. They’re nebulous situations where the other person is “sorta-kinda” your partner. They’re typically your plus-one when going out or attending events and possibly “your person.” But they’re def not someone you’d introduce to your parents (in any romantic context, anyway). And so, when things do […]

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Bowel cancer: 3-drug combo may offer alternative to chemo

Chemotherapy treatment for people who have advanced bowel cancer and a particular genetic mutation is commonly ineffective. A combination of three different drugs could be the key to improved treatment. New research reveals the power of triple therapy when it comes to tackling aggressive bowel cancer. The outlook for people with standard bowel cancer — also known […]

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Nutrition mission will be crucial for India to reap demographic dividend

Despite impressive economic progress, nearly 20% Indian children under five are wasted, 38% stunted and 35% underweight. In addition, nearly half of women are anaemic. We also lag behind on key nutrition-specific and sensitive interventions such as exclusive breastfeeding, complementary feeding and micronutrient supplementation. Clearly, malnutrition is the biggest development challenge. The Integrated Child Development […]

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India calls for expanding antiretroviral therapy coverage to combat HIV/AIDS

India, an important player in the global fight against AIDS, has called for focusing on efforts to invigorate research for improving diagnosis and developing vaccine and new treatments to alleviate the need for lifelong antiretroviral therapy (ART). First Secretary in India’s Permanent Mission to the UN Paulomi Tripathi said India is building on lessons learnt […]

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