The champ she is shows on the mat! yoga trainer Rupal Sidhpura Faria said in an Instagram post
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The nutritionist explained that eating fresh fruits and vegetables keeps our cells young, vibrant and disease-free
Nature is far more powerful than trends. Everybody is different. Your doshas, your prakruti, and your vikruti. No one size fits all, she said on Instagram Stories
If the pain due to kidney stones is intense, and they are bigger in size, one may need surgery., said Dr Nasreen Gite, consultant urologist, SRV Hospital, Chembur
Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the first six months of life by major medical entities like the World Health Organization, giving rise to the saying, "breast is best."
I couldn't feel happy however hard I tried after the birth of my first child. I still reflect on these moments and it only drives me harder to reach out to anyone not feeling good about themselves, said Sameera Reddy
It would be fair to say there is a risk of liver dysfunction after you recover from Covid-19. But the proportion of children or patients who get it is not large, says Dr Arvinder Soin.
Not just the flesh, watermelon seeds are beneficial too., according to Ayurvedic expert Dr Dixa Bhavsar
"Dealing with schizophrenia can be tough. I have learnt to accept this reality, says a 52-year-old woman as she recalls the closed chapter of her ambition to soar the skies as a pilot. World Schizophrenia Day is on May 24.
According to a doctor, bacterial vaginosis and other infections in the vagina are more common in the lower genital tract, and they affect roughly 29 per cent of women of reproductive age
From skin lesions to hearing loss, emerging data is increasingly showing us that COVID symptoms can go beyond what you might expect from a regular cold or a flu
Researchers from the University of Helsinki have found that dogs could detect positive cases among incoming passengers at the airport with an accuracy of almost 98 per cent