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5 ways to help reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Tuesday, April 04, 2017 583 Views

5 ways to help reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes

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When it comes to reducing your potential of developing type 2 diabetes, the first thing to do is check your risk, which is often a result of the lifestyle you lead. If your current lifestyle puts you at high risk of developing the disease, I would recommend seeking medical and lifestyle-changing advic ...

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Ways to Soothe a Baby's Cough

Thursday, March 30, 2017 3864 Views

Babies are especially susceptible to developing upper respiratory infections that can cause coughs because they put everything in their mouths and are often around other young children who carry germs on unwashed hands.

According to the Mayo Clinic, babies commonly experience 8 to 10 colds in the first two years. While there are a number of ways to soothe a baby's cough, n ...

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Cold & Flu: Age-by-Age Guide: 6 Months & Up

Thursday, March 30, 2017 3888 Views

You can still help prevent your child from catching a cold or the flu by teaching her to wash her hands and keeping germ hotspots clean, boosting your child's immune system by encouraging her eat well, stay active and get enough sleep, and have her vaccinated against the seasonal flu.


If your child does catch a cold or the seasonal flu, there are not many m ...

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Reduce diabetes by drinking mangosteen

Saturday, March 25, 2017 849 Views

Mangosteen is a bright purple colour fruit. It is succulent, tangy and sweet. It is generally eaten raw and its taste and health benefits have made it a hot favorite among the consumers. Even mangosteen peel is consumed as it is rich in antioxidants. Let us have a deep look into the nutritional and health benefits of mangosteen.

Mangosteen is a source of Vitamin-C

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What is cough? What causes coughing?

Friday, March 24, 2017 680 Views

Coughing is an automatic reaction to try to clear your airways. The airway may be partially blocked by phlegm (mucus), smoke, chemicals that you breathe in or a foreign body. Everyone will cough occasionally to 'clear their throat'.

What is a cough?

A cough is an automatic (reflex) muscle action that forces air up and out of your lower airways (lungs) and upper airwa ...

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