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Here's how to keep joints healthy and strong this winter

Here's how to keep joints healthy and strong this winter

With a drop in mercury, there is a whole set of health issues which suddenly pop up from nowhere. The problem of joint pains is one of them.

During winters, joints become painful, extremely inflexible, and creaky, making it difficult to move. People with orthopaedic problems like arthritic knees, issues in shoulders and hip joint struggle the most.

What Causes Joint Pains in Winters?

Due to the cold temperature, the pain threshold of the body decreases as the nerve endings become sensitive, exceeding the pain tremendously.

Advice to kidney patients undergoing dialysis; Conference being held in Gurgaon

Advice to kidney patients undergoing dialysis; Conference being held in Gurgaon

For those who have suffered kidney failure, dialysis provides a new lease of life. During dialysis, the blood from a patient's body is taken to a machine, cleaned and returned. The machine functions as an artificial kidney and the process of dialysis generally takes about four hours.

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Free of cost Artificial Limb distribution camp on 'World Disability Day'

Free of cost Artificial Limb distribution camp on 'World Disability Day'

On the World Disability Day, Narayan Seva Sansthan- a charitable organization that runs one of the largest charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular polio and by birth disabled, is organising an Free of cost Artificial Limb Donation Camp.

The press conference was held on December 1, at Press Club of India in the national capital, to generate awareness about the camp and the aids that are being provided.

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App launched to protect breastfeeding, monitor violations of the IMS Act

App launched to protect breastfeeding, monitor violations of the IMS Act

Study says that more than 14 million babies in India risk their health as baby food companies flout laws and continue promoting their products in the market.

According to breastfeeding protection watchdog, Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India (BPNI), baby food industry has allegedly violated the IMS Act at least 54 times if not more between 2008 and 2016 before being brought it to the attention of the government regulatory authorities.

E-commerce portals, Baby food industry unethically market hazardously formula to mothers: Study

E-commerce portals, Baby food industry unethically market hazardously formula to mothers: Study

Study says that more than 14 million babies in India risk their health as baby food companies flout laws and continue promoting their products in the market.

According to breastfeeding protection watchdog, Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India (BPNI), baby food industry has allegedly violated the IMS Act at least 54 times if not more between 2008 and 2016 before being brought it to the attention of the government regulatory authorities.

Parent-school relationships key to child's development: Study

Parent-school relationships key to child's development: Study

Kids digital learning platform found that a majority of parents aspire to provide their children with an environment that encourages learning.

A subscription-based platform for children's curated content, AppyStore.in, has released some insightful findings, based on an extensive survey that examined the relationship between parents' participation in their child's development and the role of the school.

Delhi to host conference on controversies in Dialysis Access Asia-Pacific

Delhi to host conference on controversies in Dialysis Access Asia-Pacific

The two-day first annual interventional conference on controversies in Dialysis Access Asia-Pacific will begin here on December 10.

Hard hitting controversies surrounding dialysis access will be discussed in the meet as the first Annual Controversies in Dialysis Access Asia Pacific (CiDAAP) will set the stage for debates, discussions and a competitive challenge among interventional radiologists, access surgeons and nephrologists with the goal of improving patient care.

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World AIDS Day: Use, share 'Umbrella with Raindrops' emoji to help raise awareness

World AIDS Day: Use, share 'Umbrella with Raindrops' emoji to help raise awareness

On the occasion of World AIDS Day, sexual wellbeing brand, Durex, have announced ' Umbrella with Raindrops,' as the overwhelming choice in a global poll, to find the safe sex emoji.

Shockingly, almost half of 16-35 year olds think that HIV is not something that could ever affect them, despite the fact that every 30 seconds a young person is infected with HIV.

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Winter is here! Sip some chai and kick-start the season

Winter is here! Sip some chai and kick-start the season

Imagine a piping hot cup of tea with some theplas or freshly baked cakes, in a chilly winter evening! Isn't that a 'perfect' sign-off to a long hectic day?

With such a thought in mind, 'Chaayos' have come up with 12 new inclusions in their menu, to kick-start the season!

At Chaayos, everything revolves around chai (tea)- from Bun Maska to Samosas to Keema Pav and Poha.

What makes this new range special is that it's topped with a unique Twist.

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Ab Crack: The all-new, exciting fitness fad

Ab Crack: The all-new, exciting fitness fad

If you are still crazing over the six pack ab trend, you have perhaps missed out a crucial new body trend that has gone viral across the world social media: The Ab Crack!

Yes, you heard it right. The world has discovered a new flamboyant cousin to the six-pack in a new desirable body feature: the ab crack that refers to a thin visible crease or line of divide between your abs.

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