Here is yet another compelling reason perhaps why Indians should take a morning walk, bask in the rays of the early Sun and get their dose of Vitamin D. New research findings from two leading hospital in Hyderabad has for the first time linked ... Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
HYDERABAD: Sufficient intake of Vitamin D reduces not just risk of cardiovascular diseases but also stroke, says a first-of-its-kind study published in an international journal. The city-based study, published in the January issue of 'Journal of ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
A mud pool can work wonders for you, discovers SONAL SRIVASTAVA after landing in one with a thud Splash! I landed knees first in a mud pool. The thick slush of soil and water flew in all directions. I soiled my clothes, shoes and injured myself, ...Speaking Tree, 4 weeks ago
India accounts for a quarter of the 8.6 million cases of TB that occur worldwide. India also accounts for a third of the 'missing 3 million TB cases' that do not get diagnosed or notified. Not only is TB not going away, we are now seeing severe ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Rons Bantwal Daijiworld Media Network Mumbai (SP) Mumbai, Mar 10: Renowned gynaecologist and obstetrician from the city, Dr Dhrupti B Dedhia, expressed the opinion that educating the female populace automatically makes the world safe. The girls ...Daijiworldcom, 1 month ago
With Delhi's foggy winter making driving hazardous, Kathak festivals which go on till after 11p.m. are out of bounds for art lovers commuting long distances. Why the Vasantnrityotsav, clashing with other Kathak festivals, mounted at the India ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
The need for avoiding childhood obesity through proper food habits and physical activity as part of preventing cardiac problems was stressed by Dr. V. Rajashekhar, senior interventional cardiologist, Yashoda Group of Hospitals, here on Saturday. ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
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