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    Parkinson's disease

    It is not possible to predict who can be affected by Parkinson's disease. On an average, symptoms first appear when a patient is older than 50. Sometimes, one can be affected under the age of 40 and although the condition is clinically the same, treatment
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    Tags: Calcium, Selenium, Fatty Acid, Hat, Iron, Vitamin


    Ayurvedic View on Weight Management

    In Ayurveda, obesity is the sign of vata, pitta, and kapha imbalance. One may be obese, irrespective of the fact, that how much or how little food he takes. The Ayurvedic approach to obesity treatment is based on taking a realistic look at your body type
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    Tags: Unani, Clinical, Herb, Kapha, Pitta, Vata


    Weight Management Issues: Frequent Travel

    The biggest problem with dieting while on the move is that you may not be able to plan your next meal. Its important to make a conscious decision to eat healthy wherever you stop over.
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    Tags: Calcium, Selenium, Fatty Acid, Hat, Iron, Vitamin


    Five Ayurvedic Tips for your Hair this Winter

    Winter is here and your need to protect your hair from the chill! Most of us face the problem of dry, dull hair during winters.
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    Ayurvedic Tips for Good Sleep

    According to Ayurveda, sleep is one of the supporting pillars of life along with diet and lifestyle. Quality sleep acts as a rejuvenator of the mind and body, enabling us to function at peak levels during our waking hours.
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    Tags: Obesity, Unani, Clinical, Herb, Triphala, Rapid Eye Movement


    Hiccups

    Hiccups refer to the involuntary contractions in the muscles of diaphragm. It separates the chest and the stomach. Irritation in the nerves of the diaphragm makes the breath to move in a jerky way that produces a different sound which are known as hi
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    Joint Pain (Bursitis)

    The painful inflammation of a bursa is called bursitis. It's caused by bumping or bruising, repeated pressure, or overuse. Bursitis has some funny nicknames. It's called Housemaid's Knee, Clergyman's Knee, and Baker's Cyst, among others. Despite its
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    Tuberculosis

    A infection of the lungs, Tuberculosis is caused by the bacteria "Mycobacterium tuberculosis". The germ enters the body through nose, mouth or windpipe and stays down in the tile lungs. The causes of tuberculosis include low resistance of the body, s
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    Abrasions

    Abrasions are very common injuries that are usually caused by a fall on a hard surface. As a person falls or slides on the ground, friction causes layers of skin to rub off. The skin is composed of an outer layer (the epidermis) which provides protec
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    Low Immunity

    In medical terms, having immunity means that you have resistance to infection or a specified disease. So if you have low immunity, it means your immune system isn't up to par and that you have a greater chance of getting the germ-du-jour. There are m
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    DesiDieter Will Introduce Theta Healing

    Theta Healing is an energy healing modality founded by Vianna Stibal. It is a meditational process that leads to physical, psychological and spiritual healing with focused prayer through the Creator. The power of words and thoughts are magnificent. W
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    Eat Like An Olympian

    All Olympians do is eat! Maybe true but Olympic athletes suffer from many of the same challenges and problems that regular people face when it comes to nutrition and diet. They struggle with temptation and boredom eating. When they aren’t at a
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    Happy Thanksgiving - Celebrate The Long Weekend Desi Style

    Thanksgiving will be celebrated on Thursday, November 24, 2011. Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thu
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    World Hepatitis Day-27th July

    Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver due to a viral infection of the liver or injury caused by a chemical toxin that is associated with damage or death of the liver cells. Hepatitis is a disease that can be caused by a variety of different virus
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    Baba Ramdev Survives Nine Days Without Food

    With all the ‘politics-ism’ and ‘swami-ism’ happening on Indian television, the only thing that caught my attention was the frail looking man dressed in vibrant orange, going headstrong without a morsel. He did survive (only
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