The way we live today impacts our present and shapes our future. In this section, we shall talk about good lifestyle habits and practices. ‘Lifestyle Tips and Tricks’ is aimed at bringing about physical, mental and financial improvement in our lives. The topics cover tips on everyday activities and responsibilities that will help us ‘Celebrate Life’.
5 tips for a healthy summer
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With the scorching sun and the blazing heat in summer, it becomes imperative to take additional care of your overall health to prevent sunburn, sunstrokes and other health issues. Excessive exposure to the sun can lead to wrinkles, dark spots and premature ageing.
Cancer is a deadly and dangerous disease. The various misconceptionsabout cancerand its treatment floating around on the internet further add to its unsavoury reputation. They add to the stress of the patient and family alike. We lay to rest 10 of the most commoncancer myths-
Cancer that develops in the breast tissue can be dangerous and is commonly seen in women. An early diagnosis can lead to successfully treating the tumour irrespective of the breast cancer type. However, as it’s said, prevention is better than cure.
The fast-paced everyday life takes its toll on our health- physical as well as mental. Most of us feel drained to the point where it starts affecting our emotions as well as a daily routine. This can even cause health problems ranging from a minor headache to a cardiac arrest.
Cancer is a dreaded disease that strikes without warning. There are no proven cancer-causing agents, nor a specific cure. Hence, in this case, prevention is better than cure. Irrespective of the type of cancerPrecautions and lifestyle changes can significantly reduce the risk.
Prostate cancer mostly affects male above the age of 40 years. There may be no symptoms or signs may appear late. Thus, it is of utmost importance to be aware of this malignant disease so that it can be diagnosed early and treated. Read on to know more about prostate cancer.
The coronavirus has sent countries all over the globe into lockdown. People are advised to stay at home and venture out only when necessary. People are going through the lockdown in different manners. Some are plopped on the couch binge-watching their favourite TV series
The lockdown that has been enforced to curb the spread of coronavirus has us all staying at home. Staying in your house means that you won’t be able to go for your regular walks, to the gym, your yoga class or dance class. Wondering how to stay healthy during the lockdown?
The confirmed cases of the COVID-19 pandemic are continually rising all over India, with an average rate of growth of 23%. The government fears that India is approaching the exponential part of the epidemic curve where there will be a sharp rise in the numbers. Hence, adverse measures like the ‘Janata Curfew’, the 21-day lockdown of the country, and closing down of businesses except for the essential services to contain the spread, were necessary.
International Women’s Day is a day that celebrates the ones who still have to fight for equality in society. For a woman, the battle for equality ranges from, equal pay and promotions at work to having a say in matters of the house.
The novel coronavirus has caused 2595 deaths in China, the place of its origin as per the latest report from WHO.Also, there have been 79,331 confirmed cases across 29 countries, forcing the WHO to declare it a global emergency. But what exactly is the virus, and what are the treatment options available? Read on to know all about this outbreak.
The modern lifestyle is fast-paced and hectic. There is a considerable amount of stress- physical as well as mental in daily life. As it takes a toll on your body as well as mind, it can be a huge impediment to your daily activities. A stress-free life is not difficult, nor is it beyond reach.We list a few relaxation techniques that can relieve stress and help you relax amidst a busy workday.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As the name suggests, breakfast is the first meal of the day that fuels up the body after an overnight fast, which is usually 10 to 12 hours. Research has shown that having a healthy morning breakfast brings various long-term benefits for our overall health. A person who has a healthy and balanced breakfast can control his weight, blood pressure, heart ailments and diabetes.
The government of India -the largest democracy in the world has designed and executed several schemes and plans to benefit the maximum citizens of the nation. Many of these schemes have been successful in bringing the greatest good for a large number of people. Let us take a look at them.
Another new year is here and what are your resolutions for 2019? Hope, being fit and healthy is one of the top resolutions this year. Though we make many resolutions every year which say ‘I will try to stay healthy and fit’, unfortunately, many times, we are not able to stick to what we have decided due to several factors.
Many of us fail to see that good quality sleep dramatically improves your work performance. You’ve probably experienced it yourself: not sleeping enough ruins the next morning, and you struggle to get through the day. Do yourself a favour and sleep as early as you can for a few nights – and notice how much sharper you are at work.
The winter is here in India, and it brings cold weather and low humidity. Even though winter mornings are pleasant and cheerful, they also make air dry, stealing the moisture from the skin. The skin becomes rough and cracked if immediate care is not taken.
Obesity is a growing problem all over the world. In the list of obese countries, India ranks high with a worryingly large number of children and teens also clocking in. Why has obesity become such a problem? More to the point, what causes it and what can be done about it?