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Mar 03, 2020
International Women's Day Part 6: Do women need calcium supplements in their 20s?Women have a lower bone density than men, so they need a regular source of calcium and vitamin D to keep their bones sturdy.
Feb 25, 2020
7 myths about height increase that need to be cut short right nowWhat you need to know is that height increase basically comes down to two things: growth hormones and growth plates.
Jan 02, 2020
Phosphorus lakes in early Earth might've provided the building blocks for life to formSuch phosphorus lakes, also known as alkaline or soda lakes, are found on all seven continents.
Nov 22, 2019
Lemon juice can boost immunity, aid weight loss, improve digestion and clear up the skinDrinking lemonade every day is a very healthy habit, just do not overdo it
Nov 07, 2019
Preservatives, trans fats used in popular processed foods have major health risksResearch suggests that most preservatives have some harmful effects on your health, partially hydrogenated oils are nothing but industrially-produced trans fats, which are associated with cardiovascular diseases, increased risk of strokes, heart attacks
May 27, 2019
Lack of vitamin D can cause heart failure in human beings, a new study findsVitamin D deficiency causes heart problem was theorized but now Indian researchers have found proof of it in rats.
Nov 19, 2018
9 Months | Season 3 | Five nutrients essential for your toddlerEarly childhood is an extremely important phase in your child’s health and nutrition cycle. They grow to 60% of their height by the age of five and 90% of their brain develops by the age of six. Esha Bhatia shares how you can help your child fuel this rapid growth for a healthy body and mind.
Jun 20, 2017
Debunking the milk myth: Is dairy really good for your bones, osteoporosis?The calcium content in milk actually becomes a health hazard as undigested portions of it are deposited in the urinary system and become kidney stones.
Sep 26, 2014
High calcium in blood could be an early indicator of cancer: studyHigh levels of calcium in blood, a condition known as hypercalcaemia, can be used by doctors as an early indication of certain types of cancer, says a study.
Sep 18, 2013
Fat deposits near heart can predict kidney patients' deathsFat deposits around the heart - which can be spotted through simple CT scans - can help predict the risk of death in patients with chronic kidney disease, research shows.