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Be vibrant and make the most of this autumn with gradient colors

It has been long since gradient color and designs have been introduced, gradually being incorporated in our lifestyle and playing a deciding role in our fashion choices. Yet, the charm of gradient colors has not died out owing to the fact that the serene effect offered by the transition of color allows the fashion-loving people to have a-one-of-a-kind feel and ...

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Ready to rebuild your life

Starting to make small changes in life can eventually lead to bigger changes. Psychologist Nicole LePera addressed this in her recent Instagram post and wrote down the small changes that we can start with on a regular basis: Self-witnessing: Paying attention to yourself and watching yourself from a third-person perspective can be a good way to know about the character ...

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World Heart Day: Fatality during exercise increases due to underlying heart-related problems, say doctors

Actor-comedian Raju Srivastava’s death, after being hospitalised for over 40 days, has highlighted the high fatality rate caused by heart diseases. On the day when World Heart Day is being observed, question still lingers in mind about how to keep heart healthy. According to World Health organization (WHO), Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally, taking an ...

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The Apple cultivation story is full of challenges in India

In India, the commercial cultivation of apples is done in the Himalayas at an elevation of 5000 to over 9000 feet above sea level. Himachal Pradesh is called the apple belt of India. Here the apple growers have mostly confined themselves to the varieties of ‘delicious’ groups. However new varieties are also being introduced and tried. At present there are ...

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Study reveals that daytime eating may benefit mental health

Investigators have designed a study that simulated night work and then tested the effects of daytime and nighttime eating versus daytime eating only. The team found that, among participants in the daytime and nighttime eating group, depression-like mood levels increased by 26 per cent and anxiety-like mood levels by 16 per cent. Participants in the daytime-only eating group did not ...

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Quick skincare routine for students

Summer is coming to an end and the Autumn/winter season is here. It is also a great time to re-evaluate your skincare. It does not always take a lot of time and money for you keep your skin at its best state. Here’s a super simple student skincare routine. A good skincare routine doesn’t need to take more than 10 ...

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Diet tips for festive season and how to enjoy without guilt

Festivals are around the corner and no festival is complete without sumptuous food and delicacies. But indulgences in festive foods don’t go without the guilt. So, here we are,  bringing to you diet tips and how to plan your festivities with family and friends and also enjoy the favorite foods that you crave the whole year, that too without the ...

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5 health benefits of blended cooking oils

Benefits of blended cooking oils: Recently there’s been a lot of conversations about multi-source or blended cooking oil and fats in general, as we are becoming more and more conscious about our lifestyle and food, especially our fat intake. Contrary to the popular notion of just focusing on reducing the amount of fat in our diet, we also need to ...

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Meal planning to save money and stay healthy

Making daily food decisions can be difficult, especially if you already have a full schedule that includes commitments to family, friends, and work. As a result, meal planning helps you save both time and money, Hindustan Times reported. Six important tips for meal planning that will save money, time and will also keep you healthy: 1. Make a plan: Actually ...

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Easily available probiotic foods for a healthy gut

Good bacteria are present in more quantities in our body, as compared to bad bacteria. Our body and it is home to over a hundred trillion good bacteria. Not only are these bacteria good for us but they are particularly essential to our survival. This symbolic relationship between humans and good bacteria is known as mutualism. It refers to when ...

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