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Ayurvedic Tips To Keep Yourself Cool This Summer
Summer is here so is the unbearable scorching heat. If you've noticed that recent summers have felt particularly hot, you're not wrong. According to reports, summer 2021 will be hotter than normal, with the hottest periods in early and mid-June, early ...
Did You Know What Causes A Fever? Check Out Number 19
A fever is a symptom characterised by increased body temperature. The normal body temperature ranges between 36-37 degree-Celsius (98-100 degree-Fahrenheit). If the body temperature rises above this, it indicates a serious condition. Fever is usually the first symptom for many ...
What Causes A Fever
What Are The Reasons Behind Your Frequent Headaches?
Headaches are easily one of the most common yet bothersome health problems, with more than 50 per cent of the global adult population suffering from it. Be it babies, teenagers, adults or the elderly, headaches spare no one. Headaches can ...
Causes Of Headaches
Why Is My Newborn Not Urinating?
The birth of a baby comes with a whole bundle of new emotions, especially for first-time parents. With the usual apprehension as to whether they could prove to be good parents and take care of the little life entrusted to them, ...
Why Is My Newborn Not Urinating
Dehydrated? Eat These 15 Hydrating Foods For Relief
You may think that you'll not get dehydrated in the cold months of January and February. That's where you are wrong. During these cold months, the sweat evaporates more rapidly in the cold, dry air - which results in dehydration. ...
Overhydration: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment
We all know how important it is to hydrate our bodies in order for them to function properly. Drinking adequate amount of water benefits the body in many ways such as preventing constipation, flushing out waste products, regulating temperature and performing ...
 
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