Safety tips for women

These safety tips women must know

What should you do if are approached by a stranger or an attacker? Have you thought about your safety at work place, while walking and being alone at home? Are you afraid of becoming victim of another violence or rape?

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Prediabetes diet and care

Prediabetes diet and care

Prediabetes occurs when the there is too much sugar in the blood. It means, elevated blood glucose (sugar) level that has not yet reached the threshold of Type 2 diabetes diagnosis.

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Gut problem & vitamin D

Gut problem? You may need vitamin D

We know Sunlight is major source of Vitamin D for human body. A brief exposure to UV light rays bumps up Vitamin D levels and for this reason nutritionists suggest exposing body to Sun light every day.

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Blood group A converted to universal donor

Type A blood group converted to Type O by enzymes

Researchers recently have found a way to use enzymes extracted from human gut bacterium to convert Type A blood to universal

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E-cigarette causes pulmonary disease

Severe pulmonary disease associated with E-Cigarette usage

According to the recent warning issued by CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) using E-cigarette products leads to severe pulmonary disease.

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E-cigarettes flash drive

E-cigarettes flash drive

Electronic cigarettes also known as e-cigarettes are battery powered devices that operates like aerosol and delivers nicotine and flavorings. E-cigarettes are also known as e-vaporizers will contain other chemicals apart from nicotine.

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Microbes in beard

Beard has more germs than dog fur science says

Growing beard is always a hot trend among men. Growing beard is helpful for those who suffer from Irritant folliculitis and inflammatory condition called dpseudofolliculitis. It also protects face from the Sun

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Liver dysfunction and Alzheimer's disease

Liver dysfunction linked to Alzheimer’s disease

The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s condition. Alzheimer’s currently affecting more than 50 million people throughout the world. At present Alzheimer’s disease cannot be reversed.

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