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Thoughts: healthy is positivity, really?

Thoughts: healthy is positivity, really?

Indilens Web Team: Positive thinking and taking a stab at satisfaction are shared objectives related with self-change. It appears that they’re winding up plainly more inescapable inside organization societies, as well, as representative satisfaction, client joy, and an attention on profitability popular up in more organization culture records and statements of purpose. At first look, […]

17 Amazing Health Benefits of Sunlight

Indilens Web Team:  1. Sun presentation brings down circulatory strain. In a point of interest study, a gathering of analysts at the University of Edinburgh found that a compound called nitric oxide that brings down pulse is discharged into the veins when daylight touches the skin. This finding was imperative in light of the fact […]

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Health Benefits of Tomatoes in daily life

I live in California, where we seem to eat a lot of sandwiches,  salads, and Mexican food. And my favorite cuisine to cook is Italian. In my house,  on the off chance that we aren’t getting a charge out of tomatoes on our sandwiches or in our plates of mixed greens or salsa, we’re saucing up supper […]

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How to harmonizing your energy via  kiojo’s beverage

Mumbai: The kiojo is the nutritional ingredients which harmonizing your energy to the highest level with nourishing with body to mind. I am not saying , The Kiojo is the best combination of nutritional ingredients. But most important thing about the Kiojo is that its total natural, no artificial ingredients, no caffine,no stimulants. Most of […]

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Modi Government invokes special powers to ensure steady stent supply

NEW DELHI: To ensure availability of coronary stents post slashing of prices, the Centre on Tuesday invoked the special provision under the Drug Price Control Orders (DPCO), 2013, directing manufacturers to increase production of the medical device. According to the Section 3 (i) of DPCO, “The government may, with a view to achieve adequate availability […]

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Indian women in cities exposed to pollution 10 times more than those in rural areas of Europeans: Report

Women residing in Indian cities are likely to inhale 10 times more pollution than those living in rural areas of developed countries. The TOI report cites a study from the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) published in the Environment International says the pollution is also could also seriously affect the unborn child carried if the woman […]

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Top bad  Habits That Damage Your Teeth

Some habits can wreck your teeth unknowingly. Twenty-five percent of U.S. adults over age 65 have lost all their teeth. Read this before you are forced to run to your Dentist as an Emergency. Chewing on Ice It’s natural and sugar free, so you might think ice is harmless. But munching on hard, frozen cubes […]

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Being kind to body and self is the key: Richa Chadha

Richa Chadha — the actress who grabbed eyeballs with her badass role in Gangs of Wasseypur in 2012 — proved she is just as dauntless in real life too. Last year, she revealed to the media that she had suffered from bouts of bulimia and recovered only after seeking professional help. But that’s bygone. She […]

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Indian top court asks govt to provide daily drug doses to TB patients

NEW DELHI(PTI0: The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Centre to replace after nine months the current practice of giving three dosages of medicine a week to tuberculosis patients, with daily doses. A bench, headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar, passed the order, saying all new patients should be administered daily dosage regimen of […]

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End of fillings in sight as scientists find Alzheimer’s drug makes teeth grow back

Fillings could be consigned to history after scientists discovered that a drug already trialled in Alzheimer’s patients can encourage tooth regrowth and repair cavities. Researchers at King’s College London found that the drug Tideglusib stimulates the stem cells contained in the pulp of teeth so that they generate new dentine – the mineralised material under […]

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