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Editor's Pick / Wellness

  • 7 ways for new mums to get back in shape

    By Sanjukta Sen on September, 21 2014

    It's natural and inevitable that carrying a baby for nine months and then giving birth changes your body dramatically. The abdominal muscles were stretched to the limit to accommodate your growing bump, and the extra weight elsewhere is what nature laid down in preparation for breastfeeding (...


  • Listen to Your Inner Voice

    By Sanjukta Sen on September, 09 2014

    Learning inner voice is a skill and it helps us to take some decision where brain and heart often confronts each other and we remain perplexed. However listening to inner voice is a talent to develop and surprisingly, it’s easy to learn the skill by our own. 1. Close your eyes, breat...


  • The brain diet: Eating the right

    By Sanjukta Sen on August, 02 2014

    Good powers of concentration depend on keeping the messages flowing freely between brain cells. These cells need oxygen to fire up and send a message, and they get it from blood sugar.An adequate and steady calorie intake throughout the day is the first step to keeping focused and alert. Brain fr...


  • 7 ways to stay healthy in monsoon

    By Sanjukta Sen on July, 15 2014

    The rainy season may have its charms the cool weather, the reason to wear jackets and the magnified pleasure of a cup of hot coffee or a bowl of hot soup. But it has dangers as well; diseases such as food poisoning, cholera, cold, cough, flu, poor digestion, jaundice, typhoid and dysentery become...


  • Don't look for Happiness create it

    By Sanjukta Sen on June, 17 2014

    “Being happy doesn’t mean that everything is perfect. It means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections.” ~Unknown. Everyone aims for true happiness. The biggest factor holding us back from achieving our dreams is, simply and sadly, our own selves. We p...


  • Love Food Hate Waste

    By Sanjukta Sen on June, 10 2014

    You probably turn off the lights when you leave the house; you probably recycle; perhaps you’ve installed a low-flow shower head, use public transportation, ride a bicycle for local errands, carry a reusable water bottle and frequent the farmers’ market to buy local, organic foods&hel...


  • His Holiness Dalai Lama meets Dr Sunita Dube chairperson MedscapeIndia

    By Sanjukta Sen on June, 04 2014

    His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and exiled spiritual leader of Buddhism in Tibet, was on four day visit to Mumbai to give introductory teachings on Buddhism and has discussed his admiration for scientists and made some interesting remarks about emotional health during a ...


  • Excess exercise can 'hurt the heart'

    By Sanjukta Sen on May, 23 2014

    Extreme exercise such as marathons may permanently damage the heart and trigger rhythm abnormalities, warn researchers. They say the safe ‘upper limit’ for heart health is a maximum of an hour a day - after which there is little benefit to the individual. A review of research ...


  • Does Stress Cause Heart Disease?

    By News Helpline on May, 12 2014

    Researchers have shown that anger, anxiety, and depression not only affect the functioning of the heart, but also increase heart disease risk. Stroke and heart attacks are the end products of progressive damage to blood vessels supplying the heart and brain, a process called atherosclerosis....


  • Ways to Support Someone with Depression

    By News Helpline on March, 24 2014

    If you know someone close to you that is suffering from depression, it can be difficult, confusing, and saddening, not just for him or her, but for you as well. You want to be able to help your loved one, but need to make sure you also say and do the right things. If you are looking for some ways...


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