Month: June 2018

  Cramps during menstruation are common among all age groups of women during their menstruation cycle. These cramps may begin few days prior and may last during that period. This pain may be severe enough to disturb your daily routine. Many…

Why vitamin C? Vitamin C or ascorbic acid also called L-ascorbic acid is a water-soluble vitamin that is present in various food and also in form of supplements. Unlike animals, humans are not able to easily absorb Vitamin C as…

If a person is suffering from lactose intolerance, a lactose-free diet is advised to her/him. Lactose is a sugar present in milk and milk products. Sometimes, it is difficult for people to digest this sugar and hence they are unable to consume milk and milk…

If you are planning to lose some weight then you must think of consuming green tea. This aids weight loss and cuts down the stubborn belly fat. Green tea has a lot more to offer than just being a top…

As we celebrate the fourth International Yoga Day, let’s acquaint ourselves with the essence of Yoga in life, benefits and popularity. Yoga is not only a form of exercise or physical activity, it is a discipline, a kind of lifestyle.…

What is Rhinoplasty? Rhinoplasty is any kind of plastic surgery which is performed on the nose. To enhance the appearance of the nose, this facial cosmetic procedure is done which colloquially is called a ‘nose job’. Today’s generation is preoccupied…

Everyone suffers from insomnia in their lives. Nearly 60 million Americans suffer from insomnia every year. Usually, the problem only lasts for a couple of nights but in some extreme cases insomnia can be chronic and may go on for…

Lower back pain of varying intensities occurs at least once in a lifetime to about 80% American adults. The prevalence of lower back pain in Indian population has been found to vary between 6.2% in general population to 92% in…

What is cord blood? Umbilical cord blood is blood that remains in the placenta and in the attached umbilical cord after childbirth. Cord blood is collected because it contains stem, which can be used to treat the hematopoietic and genetic…

  The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention defines brisk walking as walking at a pace of three miles per hour or more.  Benefits of Brisk Walking: Brisk Walking is one of the best exercises to attain glycemic control among…