Cancer is not just a single disease but multiple diseases of a single name, so the obvious reason for people to get scared of. What makes it scarier is its late detection. Most of the cancer gets detected when its already spread to other parts of the body, which is called Metastatic until then it doesn’t show any symptom.
Hasn’t the weather drastically changed in the last few days? With cold winds sweeping in, the day feels cool and the nights are unusually cold. Have you been watching the news recently? The whole of North India is drowned in the snow, quite an unusual weather for the end of January. Such unusual weather conditions are enough for spreading influenza virus.
Autoimmune Disease is a case of mistaken identity where the immune system instead of attacking the microbes, antigens, bacteria and virus attacks the healthy cells and tissues. Autoimmune disease has more than 100 varieties some of which involve a single organ (like Hashimoto’s thyroiditis or type 1 diabetes) and others that can invariably attack any organ or tissues (like lupus).
Appendicitis is a painful medical condition where the appendix gets inflamed, swollen and filled with pus. The appendix is a small, 3 ½ inches long (finger-shaped) tube that extends from the large intestine and appears on the right side of the abdomen. The role of the appendix is not definitely known but there was a study that suggested it might play a role in gut immunity. While we don’t know its specific purpose, we cannot live without it too, without facing adverse consequences.
With a hoard of health benefits, Omega-3 fatty acids are the healthy fats that must be a regular inclusion in the diet. Studies have shown that omega-3 reduce inflammation, control blood triglyceride levels and also lowers risk of developing dementia.
Most vegetarians and vegans think that it is difficult to get an adequate dose of omega-3 as fish oil capsules and fish are the best sources of these fats. However, contrary to the popular belief, there are six sources of omega-3 for the vegetarians and the vegans.
How’s the Josh!
This popular catchphrase from the recently released film Uri: The Surgical Strike has become a slogan. From PM Narendra Modi’s “How’s the Josh” stint to the Defence Minister of India Nirmala Sitharaman to Manohar Parikar, everyone is seemed to be gripped by the “Josh” fever. The craze for this dialogue has been high and it sets people roaring with “High Sir!”
However, we are not discussing the movie here. I’m sure most of you must have already seen the movie and applauded it openly. For those of you who haven’t, you must, it will instantly wake you up. So what we are trying to tell today is all about positive attitude and energy.
Our body is a machinery and all the organs are interconnected to one another in some way or the other. We breathe in and breathe out to keep our body living and healthy but never for once do we think how hard the lungs work to keep up with the respiratory function. We take our body for granted most times and we realize its importance only when it starts breaking down. Since breathing is a part and parcel of our living, we seldom take care of our lungs intentionally and realize its importance only when we face some respiratory issues. When our lungs are not functioning properly we also face some serious heart problems.
Samantha Prabhu is hailed as one of the finest and the most beautiful actress of the south Indian Film industry. She is gorgeous and stunning and does not shy away from flaunting bold looks often. She is widely remembered by her fans for playing the lead role Jessi in Gautam Menon’s Ye Maya Chesave. Her beauty is alluring and she still stands as one of the top actresses of the South Film industry. Most girls idolize her for her charming looks and her slim figure. Here’s her beauty and fitness routine. It’s simple and you can easily implement it in your daily routine.
When plastics were discovered in 1907 everybody was overwhelmed that now they can use something which could be molded in the shape they want. But as the modernization started taking its course without even realizing plastics crept into our daily lives. Right from simple candy wrapper to big things like the body of your laptop, it’s everywhere. Almost after 100 years of its discovery, we realized that’s it’s harming our mother earth and also our health. But what are we doing to avoid it and how can it be done, but before all this, we shall understand what is harmful in them.
Having one complete family is everyone’s dream, but with so many things in life-related to work, health issues or fulfilling our goals but realize this later. When we realize that now it’s the time to have children it already too late and our body has so many things to deal with. But with this advancement in research, we have succeeded in having that picture perfect family.