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How to celebrate this Mother’s Day amid lockdown

Every year, we celebrate this special day with our mothers on May 10. However, this year, it will be a little different as many people are stuck in the lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak. With little or no scope of going out, one can plan this Mother’s Day by doing something special for their mother’s inside homes.Here have a ...

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Onion should be eaten every day in summer

Summers are here! As the heat rises, there are many common health problems that we have to tackle. Onion is one of the beneficial foods which should be eaten every day during this season. The root vegetable absorbs a great amount of nutrients from the soil. Packed with high concentration of antioxidants, vitamins A, B, C and iron, it helps ...

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Some Basic Life Skills to Teach Your Kids during Quarantine

Basic Life Skills to Teach Your Kids Basic Life Skills to Teach Your Kids Life is full of uncertainties. We can hardly assume what is coming beforehand. As a parent, it would be wise to start preparing our kids to learn some life skills so they can face the challenges life throws upon them. You may think that teaching kids ...

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PPE ‘designed for women’ needed on frontline

There is growing concern that standard personal protective equipment (PPE), which often has a unisex design, doesn’t always fit women properly. PPE is essential for protecting frontline workers exposed to Covid-19. The Department of Health said the kit is designed to protect “both genders”. However, healthcare workers are saying that even the smallest sizes are too big for some women ...

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Avoid foods with trans fats and stay healthy: Experts

Experts have advised people to avoid all sorts of foods with trans fats to stay healthy during nationwide lockdown aimed at curbing the transmission of coronavirus. Foods containing excessive trans fats are unhealthy which causes various diseases, especially heart diseases.According to the World Health Organization (WHO), patients with heart diseases are more likely to develop severe illness from COVID-19 infection ...

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World Malaria Day 2020: Malaria continue might be a threat amid Covid-19 outbreak

The World Malaria Day is being observed across the world on Saturday (April 25). While social distancing and a national lockdown have been initiated by the governments in different countries to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, there are occasional bouts of diseases like malaria, dengue and yellow fever that require equal attention.March and April are crucial months when preventive measures such ...

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Coronavirus lockdown: Asian cooks make bamboo shoots top trend

Bamboo shoots are the top trending recipe search globally, as Asians take to the kitchen during virus lockdowns. While banana bread is the top-searched recipe overall, bamboo shoots have seen the biggest rise within the last month. They have seen a 4,850% rise, highlighting how popular traditional home-cooked food has become in Asia.Countries in the region top the world when ...

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Can you self-diagnose coronavirus by holding your breath for 10 seconds?

The coronavirus outbreak continues its relentless spread worldwide with the number of infections and deaths rising expeditiously every day. The surge in the number of positive cases is also giving rise to panic and myths among people. Myths that are based on half-truth and perception can be harmful to you if not busted at the right time. A common myth ...

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Onion, garlic and ginger can help keep immune system healthier

Though many foods are important for good health and immune system, certain kinds offer unique benefits. Among the foods, onion, garlic and ginger which are the basic ingredients used as a preventive measure to keep your immune system primed during this pandemic time. Let us see how?Onion: Onion is great immune-boosting food. The vegetable contains vitamin C, sulphur, zinc, selenium ...

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Harry and Meghan blacklist UK tabloids over ‘distorted’ stories

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan blacklisted four major British tabloids on Sunday, accusing them of publishing stories that were “distorted, false and invasive beyond reason”, UK media reported. In a scathing letter to the editors of the Sun, Daily Mail, Mirror and Express, the couple, who have formally stepped down as senior members of the British Royal family, said ...

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