Heat Stroke: 4 Effective Home Remedies to Beat the Heat

Summer 2017 seems to be getting hotter by the day. With most metro cities hitting temperatures higher than 40-degree C, which is the mark for announcing a heat wave by the Indian Meteorological Department, cases of heat stroke, dehydration, headaches, sun burn and other heat-related health issues are on the rise. The scorching sun rays can bring about various health problems if adequate care is not taken. This is why it is crucial to watch one’s diet, stay indoors and keep hydrated by drinking large amounts of water and summer…

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Beauty Treatment in Japan – Snails on Your Face

Having live snails crawling on your face sounds like the thing of nightmares, but in Japan one company is hoping people will be prepared to pay for it. Staring Monday, women who want to slough off dead skin, clear their pores or roll back the years can submit themselves to five minutes of molluscs. “Slime from snails helps remove old cells, heal the skin after sun burn and moisturise it,” said Manami Takamura, a spokeswoman for Tokyo-based beauty salon Ci:z.Labo, as she placed three gastropods on a woman’s face. “In…

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The 8 Healthiest Foods You Should Start Your Day With

Eating a healthy breakfast is essential but it may not be best to start your day with a full meal. Your body, internal organs and various process need time to wake up and kick-start their function after long hours of rest. Health experts advice that it is best to start your day with some warm water or a small snack to get your metabolism going. Here’s a quick list of 10 healthy foods that you can eat in the morning before your first meal. Choose your pick or experiment every day….

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Carlsberg reinvented as icon of Danish lifestyle in Mads Mikkelsen campaign

The £15m push, created by Fold7, features the brand’s premium lager, Carlsberg Export, and aims to revive the fortunes of the brand by growing awareness of its Danish origins. The centrepiece of the campaign is a 60-second TV spot that features Mikkelsen cycle whimsically through quintessentially Danish settings, while musing on why it is that the Scandinavian nation of five million regularly tops polls of the happiest country on earth. He finally dismounts in the Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen, where he is handed a pint of Export, poured from the…

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Quiz: Are you healthy?

Quiz: Are you healthy? According to WHO, more than 90 per cent of people die of preventable diseases. These diseases can be prevented simply by modifying our lifestyle. Take this quiz to know things you are doing right and where you are going wrong. 1. How often do you smoke? Everyday (Score = (-10)) Sometimes (Score = (-7)) Rarely (Score = (-2)) Never (Score = (3)) 2. How often do you drink? Everyday (-10) Sometimes (-7) Rarely (-2) Never (3) 3. How much sugar do you eat? A lot (-10)…

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Six of the best allergy gadgets for those pestered by pollen

Pestered by pollen or driven up the wall by dust mites? These great buys could make your life a whole lot easier. Miele Compact C2 Allergy EcoLine Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner SBD290, £250, Debenhams Good things come in small packages, as this petite vacuum cleaner proves. Miele boasts that this cleaner has an effective filtration system – combining a dust bag, motor protection filter, an exhaust and a High Efficiency Particulate Air (or HEPA filter) – in place to catch 99.9% of even the smallest of irritant particles settling in…

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Next Bay Fashion Sunday is this weekend

Milani The next Amarula Mandela Bay Fashion Sunday is this weekend, on Sunday April 23 at 2pm at the Roof Garden Bar in Chapel Street in Central Port Elizabeth. This weekend Milani, Style Credits, Zuko Couture, VJJ’s Jungle, Royal Highness Couture, Khanya Matolengwe, Dalton Smith and Jo Ann Moses will show their garments. For the audience, the dress code is “Nerd is the New Sexy”. source”cnbc”

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Studying Hindi to become mandatory for Class 10 students of KV, CBSE affiliated schools

The students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and CBSE affiliated schools will soon have to study Hindi till class 10. The HRD Ministry is yet to respond to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) suggestion. Representative image           After President Pranab Mukherjee give in- principle approval” to a suggestion of a parliamentary panel, the students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and CBSE affiliated schools may have to study Hindi till class 10. The HRD Ministry is yet to respond to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) suggestion. As…

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Treating Lifestyle Disorders

If you didn’t already know, ‘Diseases of Civilisation’ is a thing When the manner in which we live goes against nature’s intended ways, we bring upon ourselves lifestyle diseases or diseases of civilization. Diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, stroke and obesity are, unfortunately, some of the familiar ones. And given the magnitude of (negative) changes in our lifestyle that are simply a result of living in 2017, it’s only a matter of time before we find ourselves or someone close to us suffer from one or more of…

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JNU to rename its central library as Dr B R Ambedkar Central Library

Jawaharlal Nehru University will be renaming its Central Library as Dr B R Ambedkar Central Library at a function today. JNU’s central library to be renamed after B.R Ambedkar         jawaharlal Nehru University will be renaming its Central Library as Dr B R Ambedkar Central Library at a function today. The JNU Students Union (JNUSU) had announced that it would boycott the event which HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar was expected to address through video-conference, to raise various issues faced by the students. Students to boycott the event JNUSU…

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