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How to avoid skin damage when you travel

The idea of travelling might appear very appealing and relaxing, but the effect it has on the skin is something that most people hate, thanks to long flights and changes in temperature. Suddenly, your skin feels agitated and dry, and it’s a nightmare to have a pimple popping up after you get down at the airport. For all Instagrammers, who ...

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Homemade face packs to achieve glowing skin this festive season

India’s biggest festive season is about to begin very soon. As we all know that festivals are all about good food and gorgeous looks, everyone especially the females want to look as beautiful as their favourite celebrities. The basic requirement to look dazzling is naturally glowing skin, reports The Statesman.Skin is the largest organ of our body and it is ...

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Junk food consumption may harm spatial memory: Study

Dhaka, Sept 24 : Consuming unhealthy food, high in fat and sugar, may have negative long-term effects on spatial memory, a study conducted in rats suggests, reposts The Indian Express. Spatial memory is responsible for the recording of information about one’s environment and spatial orientation. The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, investigated cognitive function in rats that alternated between ...

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‘Woman of colour’ Meghan calls for end to sexual violence

The Duchess of Sussex has said that “as a woman of colour” she supports work to fight sexual violence in South Africa. She made the comments alongside the Duke of Sussex on their first official overseas tour with four-month-old son Archie. On Monday the family arrived in Cape Town on a BA commercial flight to begin the 10-day tour of ...

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Losing hair? Here’s why it could be happening

Losing a few strands every day is normal. But if you start losing clumps of hair, you should be alarmed. More often than not, loss of volume has something to do with your diet and bodily functions. There could be many reasons for your hair loss. It could be that you have recently given birth, or are pregnant, and your ...

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What should be done in case of a snake bite

Most snakes aren’t venomous, so the odds are likely to be in your favour. Nonetheless, if someone you know has been bitten by a snake, immediate action is the need of the hour. Since last year, a global coalition of health organisations has observed September 19 as International Snakebite Awareness Day. In 2017, the World Health Organisation (WHO) added snakebite ...

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Mermaid Beach Resort VS. Mermaid Café Chill n Grill

Growing up in Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar has been one of those places where our family visited frequently. Jhaobon, Poushee, Dhanshiri were embedded in our everyday menu. However, as of recent, Cox’s Bazar has become a place of dishes beyond the regular maach bhaat. Mermaid has become a must visit now due to the ambience their locations provide. Whether it’s their ...

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Feet care regimen as important as face care

Ignoring the feet can have painful consequences including bacterial or fungal infections, corns, cracked skin, bad odour, among others. A simple ritual of scrubbing your feet, keeping them dry and wearing the right shoes can eliminate these problems, says an expert. Sapna V Roshni, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation, has doled out a few pointers ...

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How to use this wonder spice to reduce blood sugar level

You would be surprised to know that your kitchen is a treasure trove of spices that can help manage various infections and ailments. One such condition is diabetes, which requires the body’s blood sugar level to be under control — for which patients need to rely on medicines as well as a strict dietary regimen, reports The Indian Express. So ...

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Food insecurity in toddler years linked to poor health

Young kids, who grow up in homes with limited access to nutritious foods are more likely to experience poor overall health and developmental problems, says a new study. However, these kids are not at higher risk of developing obesity, the research added.For the findings, published in the journal Pediatrics, the researchers analysed data from 28,184 racially and ethnically diverse children ...

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