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Best Father’s Day Gift Ideas to Make Your Dad Feel Special

Father’s Day Gift Ideas Renowned English poet George Herbert said, “One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” Each good father is life-long guardian, mentor and friend of his children. Today 21 June, World Father’s day is being celebrated worldwide remembering the struggles and pains of each father in the race of upbringing his children. Do you have any plan ...

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A step forward or backward!

It has been over 100 days since coronavirus first made its appearance in our country. From then on, a series of events took place. A temporary lockdown was announced which was lengthened to the point of almost infinite. As industries and the national economy suffered greatly, then came the time to ease lockdown so that people who were suffering all ...

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Is your home ready for coronavirus home quarantine?

In order to the control the worsening coronavirus situation, the city corporation authorities are dividing different cities into several zones. In the Red zone areas lockdown will be enforced restricting people’s movement  to prevent the further spread of Corona Virus Sars-Cov-2. If you are currently living in a locked down zone, it won’t be safe to visit the groceries frequently. ...

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Pandemic Grocery List: Is Your Home Ready for Coronavirus Home Quarantine?

Pandemic Grocery List   In order to the control the worsening coronavirus situation, the city corporation authorities are dividing different cities into several zones. In the Red zone areas lockdown will be enforced restricting people’s movement  to prevent the further spread of Corona Virus Sars-Cov-2. If you are currently living in a locked down zone, it won’t be safe to visit ...

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Lifestyle changes for a healthy monsoon

The onset of monsoons brings much relief, but with rain showers comes the risk of infections and ill-health. The risk of being exposed to multiple viruses, bacteria, parasites and other infections is two times higher during the monsoon than in any other season. The high moisture content in the air and water accumulation enables harmful microorganisms to thrive, leading to ...

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Neem for flawless skin

Neem is a miraculous ingredient that beautifies your skin as well as keeps you healthy. It is a herbal plant with several medicinal and healing properties. It is a complete formula for rejuvenating your skin and body. It is enriched with antioxidants that prevents us against the harmful UV rays, reduces wrinkles, keeps your skin nourished and detoxifies your body. ...

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Lifestyle changes for a healthy monsoon

The onset of monsoons brings much relief, but with rain showers comes the risk of infections and ill-health. The risk of being exposed to multiple viruses, bacteria, parasites and other infections is two times higher during the monsoon than in any other season. The high moisture content in the air and water accumulation enables harmful microorganisms to thrive, leading to ...

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How to Use ACs (Air Conditioners) Safely Amid COVID19 Pandemic?

AC Safety Precautions COVID19 Pandemic The destructive effect of COVID-19 outbreak is still continuing. On the other hand, the summer heat waves are worsening people’s health conditions. In this scorching heat it is quite annoying to stay inside large commercial places, industries, offices and even homes. However, many people are asking whether using Air Conditioners (ACs) during COVID19 pandemic is ...

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Vitamin C: Where to Found and How Much to Consume

Vitamin C Food Sources Vitamin C is one of the most essential nutrients for human-body. During the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic many health experts are advising people to consume Vitamin C every day. The recommended Daily Value (DV) for vitamin C for an adult is about 90 mg for male and 75mg for female per day. However, a breastfeeding mother requires an ...

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Why women are less likely to die of liver cirrhosis than men?

Women are less likely to die of liver cirrhosis than men, say researchers, adding that this chronic liver disease affects both men and women equally. Prior studies have suggested women might have higher mortality of cirrhosis of the liver than men. Women are also less likely to receive liver transplantation. “We knew that women are not receiving liver transplants at ...

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