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  • Four ways how Homeopathy gets into root to cure Diabetes | The Indian Express

    14 November, 2014 8:49 AM 7

    1) Management of Blood sugar The commonly used remedies are Uranium Nitricum, Phosphoric Acid, Syzygium Jambolanum, Cephalandra Indica etc. These are classical Homeopathic remedies. These are used in physiologically active doses such as Mother tincture, 3x etc. depending up on the level of the blood sugar and the requirement of the patient. Several pharmaceutical

  • Here’s how you can treat Diabetes as per Unani Medicine | The Indian Express

    14 November, 2014 8:26 AM 9

    In Arabic, diabetes is called Ziabetes or Dolab or Zalaqul Kulya and Zalaqul Majari. According to Unani Medicine, Ziabetes Shakri is a disease in which the consumed water is passed out through the kidney immediately after intake by the patient. In this disease the mizaj (temperament) of kidneys becomes haar (hot) because of which they absorb water from blood

  • Weight loss drugs could be counter-productive

    13 November, 2014 7:48 AM 9

    Weight loss drugs and related weight loss remedies could be counter-productive as researchers, including an Indian-origin person, have found that those who believe in such remedies end up gaining more weight. “Weight management remedies that promise to reduce the risks of being overweight may undermine consumer motivation to engage in health supportive

  • World Pneumonia Day: India still struggles with pneumonia and diarrhea deaths, says report

    12 November, 2014 7:44 AM 3

    The 2014 Pneumonia and Diarrhea Progress Report, released today by the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, highlights India’s persisting burden of pneumonia and diarrhea, but notes marginal progress toward improving coverage of life-saving interventions to prevent child deaths and those suffering

  • How to age gracefully with the help of diet

    12 November, 2014 4:07 AM 10

    Your diet doesn’t only make you healthy and fit but also helps in playing a big part in your ageing process. From increasing your antioxidants to eating more fruits, one can keep a count of a few diet tips to stay younger always. Erin McCann, nutritional consultant, shares some advice on getting the right nutrients from your diet to help you age gracefully

  • Anxiety ups Alzheimer’s risk

    11 November, 2014 11:44 AM 7

    Anxiety in people with memory problems could increase their risk of contracting Alzheimer’s disease later in life, says a new research. Anxiety symptoms in individuals diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) increase the risk of a speedier decline in cognitive functions – independent of depression, the findings showed. For MCI patients with mild, moderate

  • Great vacation? Don’t brag to your friends

    7 November, 2014 6:35 PM 7

    Your friends don’t want to hear about your excellent adventures. While you may have gotten pleasure from an epic event — sipping a rare wine in Burgundy, watching a Himalayan sunrise — that pleasure is all your own. A recent study in Psychological Science says that despite the thrills people receive from an extraordinary experience, few anticipate its potential

  • Bad air in our gym

    7 November, 2014 5:43 PM 8

    With chilly weather settling in and darkness arriving before most people’s workdays end, many of us are shifting our workouts indoors, a practice that is much better for us than abandoning exercise for the winter. But a new study of air quality in gyms raises some interesting questions about whether the places in which we work out are as healthy as they should

  • Diabetes, heart disease may share deep roots

    6 November, 2014 6:04 AM 10

    Type 2 diabetes and cardio-vascular disease often occur together and scientists have now discovered that the two diseases may be related at the level of genes, proteins and fundamental physiology. The two diseases share eight molecular pathways and several “key driver” genes appear to orchestrate the gene networks in which these pathways connect and interact

  • Ditch ready-to-eat meals to avoid high calories: Survey

    6 November, 2014 5:31 AM 11

    Do you want to help trim yours and your family’s waistlines? One can save over a month’s worth of calories every year by ditching ‘ready meals’ and instead taking a Do it Yourself (DIY) approach to making common foods. The research by etailer AppliancesDirect found that the average family stands to save 240,000 calories, the equivalent of 32 days’ recommended