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Why to include facial oils in your daily beauty regime?

Why to include facial oils in your daily beauty regime?

The facial skin has always been considered to be the most delicate one.

The tissues here are so fragile that if not taken care properly, they end up getting dull and age quickly. Besides, getting the maximum exposure of sun and pollution compared to other body parts are also other factors which affect them.

According to Shikhee Agrawal, head training, at The Body Shop, facial oil is the newest beauty trend that helps to combat the damages on facial skin. It has several benefits- from anti-ageing agent to skin medication.

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Sink your teeth this winter into Afghanistan's sinful delicacy- Baklava

Sink your teeth this winter into Afghanistan's sinful delicacy- Baklava

Baklava is one of the major sweet dishes in Afghanistan. This rich and sweet pastry is made up of layers of filo and filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey.

Afghanistan is well known for its delicious food. Apart from its non- vegetarian dishes like Kabuli pulaw, lamb grilled kebab, Mantu, Tandoori chicken and rice dishes; Afghanistan is widely famous for its sweet delicacies.

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Organic recipes for winter to keep you light and healthy!

Organic recipes for winter to keep you light and healthy!

"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home," so went the quote by renowned British Poet and Author, Edith Sitwell.

In India, the onset of winter is marked by a chill in the air, a mutual affection for hot Chai, and a variety of comfort foods to enjoy.

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New human organ in digestive system discovered

New human organ in digestive system discovered

Scientists have discovered what they are calling a new human organ that exists in the digestive system.

Named as mesentery, the organ was previously thought to consist of fragmented and disparate structures.

However, researchers found that it is one continuous organ and outlined evidence to classify it.

The discovery, made by researcher J. Calvin Coffey, has been published in The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.

Researchers hope that the reclassification will aid better understanding and treatment of abdominal and digestive diseases.

Banish dry skin woes with gold standard skin rejuvenation treatment

Banish dry skin woes with gold standard skin rejuvenation treatment

Dry, itchy and flaky skin is a big concern when it is cold outside, specially for people with dry skin.

The cold, dry air sucks the moisture out of the skin, making it appear less healthy and less radiant.

Along with the weather, nutritional deficiencies, aging and genetic predisposition are some other factors that cause dry skin problems and while expensive moisturisers and skin care masks sometimes do the trick, they are not effective long term solutions to deal with tight and dry skin.

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Enhance your beauty this festive season with these oils

Enhance your beauty this festive season with these oils

Oils have been used since ancient times for beauty care and according to the Ayurvedic system, massaging with oils is said to have various therapeutic benefits.

Here we are referring to pressed oils, like olive oil, sesame seed (til) oil, mustard oil, coconut oil, almond oil, sunflower oil, castor oil, etc. which have been commonly used as massage oils for centuries.

-Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is probably the most popular oil for the hair. It is said to strengthen the hair and make it thick and shiny. Hot oil therapy with coconut oil is said to be very beneficial.

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Fortis Escorts Heart Institute sends fifth Heart Transplant Patient home after successful surgery

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute sends fifth Heart Transplant Patient home after successful surgery

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute bid adieu to the patient, who received a heart from Fortis Hospital NOIDA on November 4, 2016.

After a successful surgery and an uneventful recovery, the patient went home fit and healthy, looking forward to a new innings in life.

Bhimsen Jhamb, aged 61 years, had been suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy, categorised as 'Heart Failure' for the past 17 years.

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Rushing into surgery can up death risk in some uterine cancer patients

Rushing into surgery can up death risk in some uterine cancer patients

For those diagnosed with uterine cancer, delaying surgery may not be a good idea, but for some, rushing into an under-the-knife session can be as detrimental, according to a recent study.

In the Penn Medicine study, women who had surgery (usually to remove the uterus) within the first two weeks after diagnosis had a significantly increased risk of death within five years, compared to those who had surgery three or four weeks after their initial diagnosis.

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