This Summer, say no to body odour

This Summer, say no to body odour

Summer is here and with this is sweat and rashes. Sweat leads to odour, which most of the time, is depressing and literally nightmarish!

So if you are also struggling with the issue of body odour, here are some expert tips that might help you keep it at bay.

- Shower twice a day: Taking bath twice a day, is a perfect solution for those who are likely to have excessive sweat. It not only cools you during the summer months but perfectly targets your body odor.

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Milk sans fortification is nothing but wasted

Milk sans fortification is nothing but wasted

Much of the milk that we drink is in fact wasted!

This may sound odd as it has long been flaunted as rich source of calcium and beverage for good health. But actually it is not the case due to the lack of Vitamin D.

Vitamin D is the carrier necessary for depositing calcium on to the bone. So, milk sans Vitamin D worth nothing.

There are two reasons of Vitamin D deficiency in India:

First, we have stopped soaking in the sun rays in the morning for this.

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Active or passive smoking leads to cancer in 'voice box'

Active or passive smoking leads to cancer in 'voice box'

Tobacco is considered to be one of the most important avoidable lifestyle related cause of cancer in the world.

It causes variety of cancers- of the lung, esophagus, larynx, mouth, throat, kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas and stomach.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) tobacco use nearly kills six million people worldwide each year. It is also estimated that there were 100 million premature deaths due to tobacco in the 20th century, globally. If the trends in tobacco consumption continue, the number is expected to rise to one billion in the 21st century.

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#WorldLiverDay: Understand your liver and prevent it from diseases

#WorldLiverDay: Understand your liver and prevent it from diseases

According to WHO, liver disease is the 10th most common cause of death in India.

World Liver Day, commemorated on April 19 every year, is a chance to build awareness and understand how important the liver is for our body and how liver diseases can be effectively managed.

Liver is the second largest organ in the body and is a key player in our body's digestive system. Everything we consume, including medicine, passes through the liver.

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Anti-cancer properties discovered in pepper plant

Anti-cancer properties discovered in pepper plant

US scientists have discovered a chemical in pepper plant, called long pepper, having anti-cancer properties, whose medicinal properties date back thousands of years.

According to researchers, the secret lies in a chemical called Piperlongumine (PL), which has shown activity against many cancers including prostate, breast, lung, colon, lymphoma, leukemia, primary brain tumours and gastric cancer.

Using X-Ray crystallography, the researchers were able to create molecular structures that showed how the chemical is transformed after being ingested.

Retina cells may help in treating jet lag

Retina cells may help in treating jet lag

Briton researchers have found a new group of cells in retina of eyes that can directly affect the biological clock of the people who experience jet lag.

According to researchers, a new group of cells in the retina that directly affect the biological clock by sending signals to a region of the brain which regulates our daily (circadian) rhythms, thereby opening a new therapeutic possibilities to manipulate the retina's signals and alter the body's responses to light changes.

Porn addiction may hamper your relationship

Porn addiction may hamper your relationship

Do you love watching porn in alone time?

You may need to stop it, as a study finds, self-proclaimed porn addicts may struggle to maintain a romantic relationship as they feel unworthy about themselves to go on dates.

According to researchers, perceiving yourself as a porn addict can make you more anxious about starting and continuing a relationship.

Cleaning houses may be bad for your kids' health

Cleaning houses may be bad for your kids' health

Dear parents, beware! Providing ultra-clean environment to your kids may be bad as a study reveals that no early exposure to dirt and germs increases the instances of eczema, asthma, hay fever and childhood diabetes.

According to research, exposure to germs and microorganisms in early childhood is actually good for children because it helps to develop the immune system.

Without early exposure to dirt and germs, the immune system does not learn how to control foreign agents, thus increasing their instances of eczema, asthma, hay fever and childhood diabetes.

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Beware! Salty food reduces thirst, increases hunger

Beware! Salty food reduces thirst, increases hunger

Ever wondered, why you love those french fries with sprinkled salt and cannot keep your hands off?

In first of its kind, a study finds that salty food diminishes thirst and increases hunger, due to a higher need for energy.

The results, published in the journal of Clinical Investigation, showed something different: salt stayed in the urine, while water moved back into the kidney and body.

"It's not solely a waste product, as has been assumed," said one of the researcher Friedrich C. Luft from Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Germany.

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