• Sex education
    Sex education

    Sex education is also called as sexuality education or sex and relationship education. It is a common perception that sex education means teaching, talking and telling about sex and reproduction. However, it is not just that. Sex education includes making the developing minds aware, careful and confident.

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  • Lose Weight Post Pregnancy
    Lose Weight Post Pregnancy

    The stork has visited!! you are blessed with a little bundle of joy. Becoming a mother means a whole lot of responsibilities, like caring for your baby, feeding the baby, pacifying your baby if s/he cries, and watching over even during nights.

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  • Green Tea For Weight Loss
    Green Tea For Weight Loss

    Green tea benefits are extensively researched and documented. Apart from the numerous other benefits green teas are widely known for their weight loss benefits and have become very popular amongst the fitness conscious people and weight watchers.

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  • Sweet health benefits of ‘Bitter gourd’
    Sweet health benefits of 'Bitter gourd'

    Bitter gourd or 'karela' is a popular vegetable in Asian countries. Also known as bitter melon, the vegetable is low in calories and power packed with vitamin B, vitamin C and several other nutrients. Drinking bitter gourd juice regularly keeps you energetic and boosts stamina.

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  • Dance your blues away
    Dance your blues away

    Dance is not only a great and enjoyable art form, but it also gives an outlet to your feelings and emotions, it helps you break free and express yourself and is also good for your health. Dance is a therapy that can help you overcome a plethora of health issues, ...

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Myth Busters
Myth: There is no need to wash and clean the fruits and vegetables if they are to be peeled
Fact: We often escape from washing some fruits and vegetables  Read more
Health Nuggets
Brain accounts for 2% of our body weight. It is believed to consume 20% of our daily calories and 20% of the oxygen that we breathe. Out of the total blood pumped in our body, around 15 to 20% is supplied to the brain.  Read more

Stress Response
When you are under stress, various organs in your body start responding to the situation in different ways. The nerve impulses from the hypothalamus activate the sympathetic nervous system, including the supra-renal medulla. These nerves start a fight-or-flight response.  Read more
Out of 14000 varieties of mushroom available worldwide, only 3000 varieties are edible, and 700 have medicinal properties. Here's a list of health benefits derived from mushrooms. Mushrooms are low in calories, sodium and fat, and contain about 90% of water. Fibre is present in good quantities in mushrooms, and it helps to reduce bad cholesterol. Moreover, the high amount of lean protein present in them helps to burn cholesterol during digestion.
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Mosquitoes can consume blood, twice their body weight! If the average weight of a mosquito is 2.5mg, it can suck more than 5 mg of blood, which is twice its body weight.