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Try these homemade face masks to keep your skin fresh and glowing this festive season

Nothing can beat the goodness of homemade face masks which are made from natural ingredients like bananas, papayas, oats, aloe vera, honey, turmeric and more. With the festive season around the corner, experts suggest you try shakes, flower mixes and face packs that can be easily made at home. *Honey banana face mask: Mash half a ripe banana and milk, one table spoon of sandalwood powder paste and half table spoon of honey. Let it stay on your skin for 20-25 minutes and wash it with lukewarm water. This face mask…

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Guys! Here’s your body grooming guide that you’ve been waiting for

Marco Asensio, the young Spanish footballer, who plays for the Spanish club Real Madrid, is a rising football star. Recently, he has been making headlines for his stunning match day performances in Spanish La Liga (Spanish Football League). However, few days back he was making headlines. But this time it was for non-footballing reasons. Asensio missed a match because of a pimple on his leg. The pimple was so bad that it prevented him from pulling up his socks. If you think this is bizarre then wait till you hear…

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Want to exercise but can’t find the time? Here’s how to make it a part of your routine

Most of us know how important getting enough exercise is, but with the fast pace of modern life, everyday responsibilities can sometimes get in the way. For those struggling to find the time to fit in a workout Dr Irvin Sulapas, assistant professor of family and community medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, has some expert advice. “I always tell my patients any time you can get up and move is the best time to work out. It doesn’t matter if it’s in the morning, middle of the day or…

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Dear parents, watch out for these 9 signs that indicate your kid needs an eye test

With the proliferation of screens in our lives – phone screen, tablets, Kindles, computers – television isn’t the only source of eye strain for kids and adults. But, unlike in case of adults, it is harder to gauge when children develop vision issues. “More often than not, vision problems go unnoticed until children begin school,” said associate professor of Ophthalmology Marcela Frazier, “Children grow up naturally adapting to vision issues, so when they get into school and start reading and learning, that is when parents and teachers begin to notice…

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Does your weight keep fluctuating? Beware, it may affect your blood pressure

Your weight can impact your blood pressure as well. Presented on Friday at the American Heart Association (AHA) Council on Hypertension, AHA Council on Kidney in Cardiovascular Disease, American Society of Hypertension Joint Scientific Sessions 2017 in San Francisco, the study looked at the impact of five health behaviours on blood pressure levels over a 25-year period. These behaviours included a healthy body weight (measured as a body mass index less than 25 kg/m2), never smoking, zero to seven alcoholic drinks weekly for women and zero to 14 for men,…

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Eggs and sperms in your 20s, 30s and 40s

How eggs and sperms change with age   HOW EGGS AND SPERMS HANGE WITH AGE: In most unfairness, only women are told that their egg quality and so, their reproductive ability, will be adversely affected with age. But is it only women who bear the harsh brunt of the clock? Not so much. Although, the stride may be harder on women, the sperm quality of men also undergoes a change as they mature. Here, we take a look at how the quality of a woman’s eggs and a man’s sperms…

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