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Keep yourself hydrated, stay healthy February 22, 2016 17:59

Summer has almost made its way and it is now time to deal with dehydration. One thing you should definitely do is to keep yourself enough hydrated. Drink enough water as dehydration is usually caused…

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Healthy habits to steal from around the world February 11, 2016 16:30

There are many healthy habits in around the world, that will improve your well being. If you are worried about your food, then you should steal these healthy habits, which are practiced in the different…

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How to reduce risk factors for metabolic syndrome February 04, 2016 18:34

February is celebrated as the Heart Health Month. Metabolic syndrome or a group of risk factors, such as, high blood sugar, high blood pressure, excess fat in the abdomen and unhealthy cholesterol levels. These conditions…

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Must to know myths about Cancer February 04, 2016 18:10

Cancer! It is surely a dreadful disease. The word itself causes an alarm. Many myths surround this devastating disease. Most of those are not real and can only lead to pressure. Myth 1: Stress gives…

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How to be active all day, if you wake up before your alarm rings? January 29, 2016 13:33

We usually go to bed after setting a time in our alarm. And get up with the sound from alarm ring, filling the room. Yet, occasionally we get up an hour or more before the…

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How to battle with office lethargy January 25, 2016 17:57

After every weekend, the only thing in your mind is to wish for more hours in bed, while most of us are sad over to see the weekend go. There are also a few of…

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Your habits, age you January 18, 2016 18:56

Are you looking older than your actual age?  Your friends look younger and attractive. Now, no need to feed sad and worry about your appearance, It is the time to evaluate your habits, such as,…

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Pick leafy greens to save your eyes January 18, 2016 12:47

Research revealed that leafy greens like spinach, kale, and lettuce have the potential to lower the risk of glaucoma by around 30%. Nitrate-rich vegetable diet helps in boosting blood circulation, indicating the prevention of primary…

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How to workout during winters? January 05, 2016 12:28

It is not easy to workout in winters, especially outdoors. You tend to sleep for five more minutes or settle on working out indoors. Even if you step out to workout, the freezing air lands…

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Revolution in world’s largest database for cancer drug discovery with 3D technology January 04, 2016 17:53

The world’s largest database for cancer drug discovery is revolutionized with 3D structures of faulty proteins and maps concerning communication networks concerning cancer. This advancement would pave way for more effective treatments. Artificial intelligence is…

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Guinea free from Ebola virus! December 29, 2015 17:40

On Tuesday, Guinea was declared free of Ebola virus by authorities and the U.N. World Health Organisation. In the West African nation, over 2,500 people died because of the virus. With this, Liberia is the…

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Planning for the new year December 22, 2015 18:22

There are only a few days left for the new year. Everyone are planning for different ways to say goodbye to the current year and is ready to welcome the New Year. Many of you…

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