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2022-09-02 00:00:00

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Intense heatwave can be fatal. Expert tips to stay safe and healthy

As intense heatwave in various parts of the country hint towards a prolonged and harsh summer, there is a need to take all preventive measures to avoid the risk of heat related ailments. Heatwaves can be fatal and trigger many health troubles from heart attacks to high grade fever. Also read: Heatwave in Mumbai: Common symptoms of heat exhaustion; expert tips to beat the heat PIf you or your child feel extremely fatigued, low on energy and feverish, you must ...


2022-09-02 00:00:00

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Doctor reveals why heart attacks are commonly seen in women

A heart attack occurs when the blood flow, which brings oxygen to the heart muscle, is reduced or obstructed due to the blocking or severely narrowing of the arteries that supply the heart and the known signs of a cardiac arrest may include chest pain, breathlessness, breaking out in a ...


2022-04-25 00:00:00

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Covid reinfections: Are they milder and do they strengthen immunity

nbsp;We ve known since early on in the pandemic that COVID reinfections could occur. One of the first reinfections reported was in a 33 year old man from Hong Kong. His initial infection was diagnosed on March 26 2020, with his second infection, with a genetically distinct virus, being diagnosed 142 days later....


2022-04-25 00:00:00

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Doctor busts 4 myths regarding cancer in times of Covid 19 pandemic

Every year, February is marked as Cancer Prevention Awareness Month and at a time when there has been a surge in Covid 19 cases in the country, oncologists worry that cancer care delivery has taken a back seat while many are casually passing unverified health tips which makes it easy to ...


2022-04-25 00:00:00

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Can Ayurveda shrink tumours Check out these 32 herbs with anti cancer potential

February is Cancer Prevention Awareness Month and since today, we know more about cancer than ever before, it is no secret that early detection and treatment is the key to prevention that can save millions of lives every year a thought backed by the World Health Organization and even Ayurveda ...


2022-04-22 00:00:00

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How to cope with eco anxiety; all you want to know

Shrinking ice caps, disappearing biodiversity, fiercer bushfires, heat waves, and flash floods. The effects of climate change are difficult to ignore. These disasters not only cause immense physical destruction. A growing body of evidence shows they re also taking a toll on our mental health. Researchers say eco anxiety is ...


2022-04-22 00:00:00

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Pandemic decision making is difficult and exhausting; here s why

You want to sit down for an indoor dinner with friends. A couple of years ago, this was a simple enough activity that required minimal planning. However, that is not the case in today s world. Many people now face a stream of further considerations about benefits and risks. Will ...


2022-04-22 00:00:00

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Love napping in afternoon Expert on ideal time and duration for taking a nap

There are many benefits of an afternoon siesta that can be reaped only if you perfect the art of napping. A nap can refresh you or make you super dull, depending on your approach towards it. A power nap could easily turn into a long slumber if you give in ...


2022-04-21 00:00:00

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Spirituality can improve quality of life for heart failure patients: Study

A study led by the American College of Cardiology, has suggested that spirituality not only helps improve the quality of life for people with chronic diseases like cancer but also impacts heart failure patients. The study was published in the journal, JACC Heart Failure . It further concludes spirituality should be ...


2022-04-21 00:00:00

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What is alopecia All about the hair loss condition Jada Pinkett Smith suffers from

NEW YORK: Oscar presenter Chris Rock s joke about Jada Pinkett Smith s hair loss during the 94th Annual Academy Awards made her husband, legendary actor Will Smith, lose his cool as he walked onstage and slapped Rock, leaving everyone around shocked. Smith s violent reaction and Rock s tactless ...


2022-04-20 00:00:00

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Two out of five adults with ADHD have excellent mental health: Study

A new study has found that two in five adults 42 per cent with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD were in excellent mental health. The findings were published in the International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology. To be considered in excellent mental health, participants had to report: freedom from mental illness ...


2022-04-19 00:00:00

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World Liver Day 2022: Diet tips, preventive measures to ensure good liver health

From processing of all that we consume, whether it be food, alcohol, drugs or poisons to handling the toxic materials which are produced in the body and harmful substances absorbed by the intestines, the liver has been attributed with over 500 functions till date and scientists say more may be discovered ...


2022-04-19 00:00:00

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World Liver Day 2022: Do painkillers harm the liver Here s what doctors say

Marked every year on April 19, World Liver Day is observed globally to spread awareness about liver related disease as it is a key player in our body s digestive system and can be easily damaged if not taken good care of. Liver is the largest internal organ that lies under ...


2022-04-18 00:00:00

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Planning to get your Covid booster shot Dos and don ts to follow

To strengthen its fight against the emerging variants of coronavirus, the latest one being XE variant, Indian government has allowed the third dose of Covid 19 vaccines for people aged 18 and above at private vaccination centres, April 10 onwards. The booster shot or precautionary dose is an additional dose or doses of ...


2022-04-18 00:00:00

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Autism Symptoms, challenges, myths and tips to create a strong support system

A diverse group of conditions related to development of the brain are referred to as autism spectrum disorder which are characterised by some degree of difficulty with social interaction and communication, atypical patterns of activities and behaviours such as difficulty with transition from one activity to another, a focus on ...


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HM Amit Shah arrives in Jammu on 3-day visit to J&K

nbsp;Union Home Minister Amit Shah landed in Jammu on Monday on a 3 day visit ...


New land laws a major step towards progressive development of J&K

The new land laws are being hailed by the people of Jammu and Kashmir as ...


J&K Govt issues slew of instructions for lodging, disposing of complaints against public servants

The Government on Monday called for discouraging the culture of anonymous or pseudonymous complaints even ...


My Youth My Pride: JK Sports Council tightens noose on non-functional sports associations

Tightening noose over non functional associations of the Union Territory, Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council ...


GDC Ramgarh organized an International Web-Conference

Govt. Degree College Ramgarh organized an International Web Conference on Gandhian Philosophy The Power of ...


Twin Blast in Udhampur, 2 people injured, says matter being investigated: ADGP Jammu

Police on Thrusday said that two persons were injured after two blasts took place within ...


To ensure transparency, Govt. fully digitises Ladli Beti Scheme

nbsp;To ensure that the objective of Ladli Beti Scheme reaches to maximum beneficiaries with ...


Div Com Jammu reviews status of land acquisition cases of BSF, Border issues

Divisional Commissioner, Ramesh Kumar today reviewed the status of land acquisition, requisitions projected by Border ...


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