17 2016
Oct

Most of us hear the term wellness and imagine that this is something beyond our reach. Wellness is nothing more than small daily choices that lead up to lifelong, very big changes — that’s it.

It simply starts with one choice after another.

  • Eat One Green Food per Day
  • Drink a Glass of Water When You Wake Up
  • Try to cook your own meal
  • Avoid the Sugary Food

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18 2016
May

One third of India's population is likely to suffer from hypertension by 2020, with around 20 per cent of the rural population too to be a victim, said health experts. Experts said that hypertension is on the verge of becoming an "epidemic" and every person with a blood pressure count of 140/90 is considered to be in the hypertensive category.

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31 2016
Mar

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious and common condition that can lead to life-threatening diseases such as heart attack, stroke, heart or kidney failure, and more. Blood pressure is measured by two numbers: the top number is the systolic pressure (when the heart is pumping blood) and the bottom number is the diastolic pressure (when the heart is at rest). A normal blood pressure number is below 120/80, prehypertension is diagnosed between 120/80 – 139/89, Stage 1 hypertension is between 140/90 – 159/99, and Stage 2 hypertension is blood pressure above 160/100

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03 2016
Feb

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious and common condition that can lead to life-threatening diseases such as heart attack, stroke, heart or kidney failure, and more. Blood pressure is measured by two numbers: the top number is the systolic pressure (when the heart is pumping blood) and the bottom number is the diastolic pressure (when the heart is at rest). A normal blood pressure number is below 120/80, prehypertension is diagnosed between 120/80 – 139/89, Stage 1 hypertension is between 140/90 – 159/99, and Stage 2 hypertension is blood pressure above 160/100

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04 2014
June

A very important factor leading to good health and physical well-being is having enough water and other fluids throughout each day. Lack of water leads to dehydration causing fatigue, cramping, and reduces our ability to function physically. Even when we are physically not active, our body still loses water daily through lungs, skin and urine – and if these losses aren't replaced, it could result in dehydration.

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23 2014
May

You are on toes today to cook something really interesting. You open the refrigerator to see if you have stocked cottage cheese and yes, you do. But, it's not enough to just sniff to check if it is still alive and good to use. It is certainly important to check the label for the expiration date for all edible products before you use it. It refers to the last date a food should be eaten or used. Last is the end last. If you would like to have it further than that, it is at your own risk.

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05 2014
May

Importance of checking food label

As a consumer, one needs to make wise choices about the food we eat. This is where food labels come in. They help us make informed decisions towards choosing good nutrition and health. Knowing how to read food labels also assures that we get more value for our money and protects us from incorrect claims on the product packs.

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23 2014
Apr

There are several instances where a common man has faced issues with his health due to his diet being the only reason. Having a very healthy and timely diet is very important to have a good physical fitness. One may be active, doing all the exercises but may not be having a good diet. Diet and fitness, go hand in hand and many of us forget this fact in this fast paced world. Here are some simple diet tips to have you going fit without any hassle.

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08 2014
Apr

Diabetes has become a lifestyle disease of our time, and it is estimated that the number of diabetic prone persons will keep on increasing over the years. A lot is being said and written about controlling diabetes and living a healthy life with diabetes, but the prevention aspect of diabetes also needs to be highlighted. The most disturbing part of this disease is that you cannot tell if you're destined to be a diabetic. Therefore, it's better to take the right measures beforehand and keep diabetes at bay.

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25 2014
Mar

An important part of managing hypertension or high blood pressure is by keeping tab of your health at home. Monitoring body vitals such as blood pressure, temperature, blood oxygen level at home allows you to more easily be in a relaxed state plus gives the flexibility to take your measurements at various times during the day. This can help you & your healthcare professional evaluate the effectiveness of your treatment.

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25 2014
Feb

Wearable sensors and mobile apps are THE talk of the town, unleashing a wealth of personal data that enables tracking of and managing various aspects of our health. These tools collect, process and display a plethora of personal details related to our everyday activity, right from counting steps or miles walked, and floors climbed, to monitoring calorie consumption, and even daily patterns and hours of sleep.

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10 2013
Oct

American Megatrends India announced today, that they are participating in the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE - a global competition to accelerate the development of sensing technologies that capture and interpret information about our health and the surrounding environment that impacts personal health.

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