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  • United Nations celebrates 22 March, every year, as World Water Day to raise awareness on the importance of freshwater. ‘Valuing Water' is the theme for World Water Day 2021, and marks the 28th World Water Day.  We are all aware of the importance ...
  • Scientifically termed as Brassica rapa, turnips are round, apple-sized root vegetable belonging to the Brassicaceae family. Widely known as a root vegetable, turnips play an important role in maintaining health. Being a cruciferous vegetable, they are widely available all year around. ...
  • Scientifically termed as Cydonia oblonga, quince is closely related to pears and apples. Rich in minerals and vitamins that can benefit the human body, quince is one of the oldest fruits in existence. The fruit is also termed as golden apple, ...
  • Blood circulation refers to the blood flow through the arteries and veins. The more the blood circulates properly, there will be less wear and tear of your heart and your heart will be in a much better state. In this article, ...
  • I am sure you must have heard of cardamom and used it in various kinds of dishes, including desserts that brings out a superb aroma. Due to its fragrant taste, cardamom is rightly called the 'queen of spices' and it lends ...
  • Did you know that people all around the world drink a total of 2.25 billion cups of coffee per day? This shows how much people enjoy having their daily cup of joe. Coffee is so popular around the globe that it ...
  • A cold shower early in the morning or after you return from your daily workout can be a little tough, but when you consider the health benefits of a cold shower then you will surely go for it without any second ...
  • Are tight socks bad? Soon after you come home from office, the first you try to do is removing your footwear along with the socks. Your legs feel relaxed soon after you get rid of the socks. Your skin on your ...
  • Ayurveda medicine is the age old system of medicine that has been practised in the Indian subcontinent. With the advent of allopathy medicine, most of us had forgotten Ayurveda medicine. Today, people see the side effects of allopathy medicines and realize ...
  • What's the lymphatic system? What does it do? Well, it comprises of organs and tissues that deal with the toxins and waste materials in the system. The lymph fluid comprises of white blood cells. The lymphatic system works like the drainage ...
  • Cholesterol clogs the blood vessels. And most of us think that the heart is the only organ that gets affected with high levels of bad cholesterol. But no. Cholesterol is capable of more damage. It can also impact your legs. Peripheral-arterial ...
  • Blood circulation is the most important function in the body, as it enables the constant movement of blood through the body. Blood is responsible for transmitting the nutrients and oxygen to the brain and other vital organs in the body. Problems ...
 
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