World Thyroid Day, keep your thyroid healthy with the right diet, exercise

World Thyroid Day, keep your thyroid healthy with the right diet, exercise

Do you have tremors, feel bloated pretty often or have been finding it difficult to concentrate lately? Although these can be symptoms for various other conditions, these three are also indicative of thyroid. Hence, it is best to go for a check up and see if you have hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. World Thyroid Day is observed on May 25 every year and its objective is to increase awareness and understanding about thyroid health. There are two types of thyroid- hyperthyroid (an over active thyroid gland) and hypothyroid (underactive thyroid gland). Thyroid cannot be…

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Stay ahead of the curve with these 15 summer-inspired pieces

Stay ahead of the curve with these 15 summer-inspired pieces

  Home Decor Trends for Summer We’re entering the next phase of the year and it is filled with summery goodness! Yes, the home decortrends of May are bright, vibrant and truly one-of-a-kind. With four months gone after a frenetic string of festivals (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine’s), you might be quite bored of your home’s interiors. Introduce pops of colour, summer-fresh prints and textures to liven things up a little. We agree, bright colours have become the norm every summer. So we’ve gone the extra mile to bring you refreshing designs and the…

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Strike a balance with calorie-restricted diet

Strike a balance with calorie-restricted diet

According to a recent study published in the journal Cell Metabolism, those following a calorie-restricted diet not only burned fat but also underwent reduced cell damage — a crucial part of minimising the ageing process. The study has also reignited interest in the term ‘calorie-restricted’ with many wanting to know how it can be adapted for health benefits. Researchers define caloric restriction (CR) as reducing food intake while avoiding malnutrition. This usually means consuming 30-40% fewer calories than the standard daily requirement. That’s the equivalent of limiting daily intake to…

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This Chinese therapy with ice can relieve all your pains

This Chinese therapy with ice can relieve all your pains

​Chinese therapy to relieve all your pains   We often do not bother about every day pains that are too teeny-weeny to see a doctor. That’s where we go wrong. We will not even realize when these pains may grow to become lifelong troubles. But here’s a good news. To keep them at bay, you do not need to visit a doctor. Here we bring you a no-cost, simple and effective Chinese therapy to deal with all such kinds of problems. According to Chinese medicine, the spot on your neck…

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Dear parents, take note. Pre-schoolers with ADHD symptoms may have reduced brain size

Dear parents, take note. Pre-schoolers with ADHD symptoms may have reduced brain size

Pre-schoolers with symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may have reduced brain volumes in regions essential for behavioural control, says a new study. ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed form of psychopathology during the pre-school years, and during early childhood it is associated with significant long-term health. The study represents the first comprehensive examination of cortical brain volume in pre-school children with ADHD and provides an indication that anomalous brain structure is evident in the early stages of development. According to the researchers, the findings can help in determining new ways…

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One in 10 stroke survivors require more help with taking medication

One in 10 stroke survivors require more help with taking medication

One in 10 stroke survivors need more help with taking medication, according to a study. According to the Stroke Associations, as many as four in ten people who have had a stroke, go on to have another one within ten years. As a second stroke carries a greater risk of disability and death than first time strokes, it is important that survivors take medicine daily to lower their risk. Half of survivors of stroke are dependent on others for everyday activities, though the proportion dependent on others for medicine taking…

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Struggling with Monday blues? These apps will drive them away

Struggling with Monday blues? These apps will drive them away

As the curtains draw on the weekend, working professionals gear up for the new week. The most common feeling, however, is to extend the weekend. While the advent of technology demands working individuals to engage in professional duties constantly, it has proved to be a boon as well, as some apps can help you achieve work-life balance with a generous dose of humour. Laughter, after all, has been proven to offer a full-scale workout for muscles, decrease stress hormones and unleash a rush of endorphins which are the body’s natural feel-good…

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How to fly with a dog: Tips for traveling safely with your pet

How to fly with a dog: Tips for traveling safely with your pet

(CNN) — Traveling anywhere by plane for a dog owner once meant a painful farewell, but thanks to a surge in the number of pet-friendly hotels and airlines, more people are taking their faithful friend with them when they fly. But cases involving tragedy and confusion when transporting animals have raised questions over the best way to fly with a dog or other pet — and whether animals should travel by air at all. Some, such as TV’s “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan, advocate traveling everywhere with your dog. Organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States urge…

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10 Pro Tips for Building an Ecommerce Business with Fulfillment by Amazon

10 Pro Tips for Building an Ecommerce Business with Fulfillment by Amazon

Amazon has made a name for itself as one of the biggest and most trusted brands in ecommerce. But small businesses don’t necessarily need to view Amazon as a major competitor. You could instead make the company into a partner. Most ecommerce sellers already know that you can list and sell your own products on the platform. But you can actually rely on Amazon to handle the shipping and logistics part of your business as well — through the Fulfillment by Amazonprogram. Theo Prodromitis is the owner of the Spa Destinations shop on…

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how to transform your home with the hottest interiors looks of 2018

how to transform your home with the hottest interiors looks of 2018

Exotic jungle prints leapt straight off the runway and into our homes last year — and happily they are here to stay. From palm trees and pineapples, to wild tiger motifs, safari style is elegantly striding across designer wallpaper, soft furnishings and home accessories. To balance the look, pair prints and fabrics with luxe gold Art Deco-inspired furniture and drape it all against a background of moody hues for a deeply, dramatic scheme. Opt for dark navy and midnight blue shades, with small splashes of aubergine and forest greens, which work perfectly set…

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