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Video games help to fight depression?

Video games help to fight depression?

Do you know video game can be an effective treatment if your child is undergoing depression?

A new UC Davis study carries it a step further, though, finding that when the video game users were messaged reminders, they played the game more often and in some cases increased the time spent playing.

"Through the use of carefully designed persuasive message prompts ... mental health video games can be perceived and used as a more viable and less attrition-ridden treatment option," according to the study.

Choose sunscreen according to your skin tone

Choose sunscreen according to your skin tone

Sun protection is essential throughout the year, but it gets yet more important during the summers. Protecting the skin from excessive exposure is the only way to prevent it from aging, sun burns, and skin discoloration. The ultimate solution of any sun protection regimen is the proper and regular use of a high SPF sunscreen.

Monica Sood, MD of TBC by Nature tells the ideal sunscreen for each individual skin type:

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World Tuberculosis Day: Rising need to increase awareness among kids

World Tuberculosis Day: Rising need to increase awareness among kids

Ranking above HIV and malaria, health experts on the occasion of World Tuberculosis day, called for an increase in public awareness on the rising cases of TB among children.

Challenges in diagnosis and delayed treatment results in two to seven percent rise in TB cases among children in India

Six countries account for 60 percent of the total TB deaths, with India leading the count, followed by Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa.

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World Tuberculosis Day 2017 - Unite to End TB: Leave No One Behind

World Tuberculosis Day 2017 - Unite to End TB: Leave No One Behind

Tuberculosis is one of the top 10 causes of death across the globe, ranking above HIV and malaria. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2015, there were 10.4 million new cases of TB worldwide.

Six countries account for 60% of the total TB deaths, with India leading the count, followed by Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa. As per WHO, each year about 2.2 million people develop TB in India and an estimated 220,000 die from the disease.

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Give a tappa to your taste-buds with a boho appeal!

Give a tappa to your taste-buds with a boho appeal!

Have you ever imagined of a chat in between watermelon sliders? Or Jalebi in form of churros with cinnamon sugar sprinkled on it?

If not, then get ready for experiencing a bounce on your palate, as 'Punjab Grill Tappa,' as the name suggests, brings to you a young, perky and unique restaurant, designed specially to appeal to the global bohemian travellers.

It is the newest addition by ' Lite Bite Foods,' one of India's largest F&B operators, in Gurgaon's Cyber Hub.

The restaurant stands out with its classy exteriors and a comfortable outdoor seating as well.

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Work hard, play hard to beat the stress!

Work hard, play hard to beat the stress!

Stress is inevitable! It is something we have very little control over.

Dr Gowri from DocsApp, puts it metaphorically, "stress is like getting a bad haircut. Once you have it, you just have to keep it; you can't change the way your hair looks. but you can always do little things which can make your haircut seem not as bad and over time, your hair will grow back and everything in the world will be fine again."

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Here're the benefits of hair transplant surgery

Here're the benefits of hair transplant surgery

Hair transplant surgery is changing lives and helping people look younger once again. All those people who have lost their hair can now reverse the process through hair transplant surgery. It is the ideal solution for men looking for a more youthful and attractive appearance. A lot of people lose their confidence because of excessive hair loss and as a result their personal and professional lives suffer. Hair surgery can help you roll back the years and give you the appearance that you desire.

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Asthmatics less able to fight off flu

Asthmatics less able to fight off flu

People with asthma are likely to have worse symptoms when they get the flu because they have weaker immune systems, a new research has shown.

The study, led by Dr Ben Nicholas from University of Southampton, assessed lung samples from asthmatics and healthy volunteers. The samples were exposed to influenza and their reactions were analysed.

This study was published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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