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If you've noticed that your saliva is stringy and sticky, your lips appear parched and dry, your tongue appears to have a white deposit over it even after cleaning it well, have bad breath,have red and swollen gums, are unable to
If your child who sucks on his or her thumb, bites lips or finger nails constantly, thrusts the tongue often or needs pacifiers all the time after around four years of age, it's time you put an end to these habits soon. They
Before you think how incompetent the editor of the site has to be allow such a grammatically incorrect headline, let me clarify that this is a real search query that some one had on our site. This question is so deep at
March 8 is International Women's Day.
Aashna, 33, is the typical superwoman wannabe. She is a successful techie and works for more than 10 hours a day. She makes sure she spends enough time with her daughter, is the ideal bahu
Picture this - 40-year-old Mayank is at the peak of his career when he is diagnosed with diabetes. While most people would fret at what caused it and how one should deal with it, Mayank was confident that he could lead a happy
The green revolution has been lauded for what it did for our country. We went from a country begging for food to being an exporter. However, along with it came several drawbacks too, the foremost being the increased cancer
Before you take your wedding vows with him, you need to take your fitness vows seriously. Think of the fitness goal long term rather than just losing kilos for the wedding. Studies show that married people gain more weight
New Year is round the corner and it's party time! But it's also followed by regret the next day because our calorie conscience goes for a toss on these occasions. Such social occasions are dominated and revolve around food
The 23-year-old gang rape victim in Delhi is critical because of sepsis and low platelet count. Will she survive it? What are the symptoms that might indicate sepsis? How is it treated? What are the chances of recovery?
Recently, the Asian Heart Institute became one of the first few hospitals in the country to conduct an angioplasty with the new generation biodegradable stent. Surgeons there successfully performed a biodegradable stent
Picture this - A 23-year-old girl with dreams of a great future shifts to Delhi from her hometown for further studies. She's travelling in a bus with a friend when four men assault the duo with an iron rod and proceed to rape the
Now coined the 'diabetes capital of the world' India has 40 million or four crore people currently suffering from the disease. According to estimates, by 2025, one in every five Indians will be a diabetic. With these
Allergic conditions are on the rise the world over but more so in India. While allergy testing and proper labelling standards are followed in the west, the large, unorganized food market in India is yet to follow this. Lakhs of
According to the latest report by the UNICEF, 14000 Indian children were infected with HIV in 2011, a 13 per cent decline from 2009. The number of estimated deaths among children (0-14 years old) due to AIDS was 10,213 in 2011.