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    Honey: The Magic Ingredient

    Ayurvedic as well as Yunani medicine have been using honey as a vital medicine for centuries. It is known to have medicinal properties without any known side effects.
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    Tags: Diabetes, Dehydration, Insulin, Nausea, Ayurveda, Cancer


    Autism

    Autism is a disorder seen in children of less than 3 years. It is a brain development disorder. Social interaction and communication are seen to be affected in this disorder.
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    UTI in Children!

    UTI is a bacterial infection of the urinary tract. Different parts of the urinary system are kidneys, urinary bladder, ureters and urethra. Ureters are a pair of tubes which drain urine from each kidney to the urinary bladder.
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    Chickenpox

    Varicella zoster virus (VZV) is the virus responsible for the highly contagious disease commonly known as chickenpox. It is usually a disease seen in young children, from the ages of 4 to 12 years of age.
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    World Sight Day

    The theme of World Sight Day, this year, is Gender and Eye Health. Approximately 314 million people worldwide live with low vision and blindness. World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and vision problem
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    Kitchidi/pongal(south indian type)


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    Vegetable Fried Rice

    Serves: 2   Ingredients:   2 cups cooked rice, long grained, preferably one day old 1 tsp. garlic puree 1/2 tsp. ginger puree 2 tsp. vegetable oil 1/2 tsp. sesame oil 1 tsp. sambal oeleck (or any hot sauce - optional) 1 cup mixed
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    Cheese Cracker Biscuits


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    Minced Meat Patties


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    Cheese Patties


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    Cataract

    Cataract is a cloudy area in the lens or lens capsule of the eye. Cataract formation can be viewed very similarly to hardening of the arteries. The human lens, which becomes a cataract, is really a series of membranes, much like those that line our b
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    Bleeding Nose

    Though a bleeding nose may be a sign of a vitamin deficiency or high blood pressure, it is usually caused by a blow or overexcitement. It is considered a safety valve and should therefore be allowed to continue for at least 5 minutes. By that time it
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    Constipation

    Medically, constipation (hardening of stool) implies difficulty or failure to evacuate toxins and waste matter from the body on a regular basis. Constipation is a common disturbance of the digestive tract. Bowels do not move regularly, or are not com
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    Dysentery

    Dysentery or loose motions along with blood is a serious condition affecting the large intestine. The pathological condition of this disease is caused by two organisms, namely protozoa and bacilli. When this is caused by protozoa, it is called amoebi
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    Kidney Stones

    The formation of kidney stones in kidney or urinary tract is a common disorder. People whose diet is rich in animal protein and low in fiber or fluids are at higher risk of developing kidney stones. People between the age of 20 to 40 years are more l
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    9 Out Of 10 Indians Are Vit D Deficient.

    A recent visit to my daughter’s Pediatrician seemed like a Tsunami had washed over me. Sitting impatiently in the waiting area for an hour, the unpleasant purple poster kept glaring at me. "9 OUT OF 10 INDIANS ARE VIT D DEFICIENT";
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    March Is Frozen Food Month

    Like most people, I had no clue that there was such a month as “Frozen Food Month” (definitely frozen food manufactures have something to do with this)! Anyway, we were grocery shopping and a poster for the same caught my eye. Although I&
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    Benefits of Butter Milk

    In the north, yoghurt is whisked with sugar or salt and roasted cumin seeds to make ‘lassi’ or ‘chaach’, the same drink is tempered lightly with mustard seeds and curry leaves to make ‘mor’ in the south. Ayurved
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    Your Diet Reflects on your Skin

    Your skin is a reflection of your internal health.  A nutritious diet reflects on your skin tone and prevents premature ageing and acne breakouts. Drink at least 1.5 L of water a day. Water rids of all the toxins of the body and keeps you fee
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    Should you eat protein before exercise, or after?

     Eating protein after exercising may help rev up the body's muscle-making machinery, in both young and older men. Experts suggest that exercising before consuming protein may help the body put those nutrients to greater muscle-building use.
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Veg Wholesome Meal

bowl of Noodles with assorted vegetables plus tifu salad

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