Monthly Archives: July 2013

Role of colours & taste in diet

Traditional Vedic science has been advocating poly diet i.e. mixing a combination of all seven colours and six tastes,. Each colour provides a different vitamin and each taste has a different function in the body. Combining them together provides a … Continue reading

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Poor hygiene habits may lead to Typhoid fever

Typhoid fever is caused by a bacterium called Salmonella typhi and is transmitted through the ingestion of food or drink that has been contaminated by the feces or urine of infected people. Flying insects feeding on feces may occasionally transfer … Continue reading

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Ethylene oxide used in baby powder by MNCs can cause allergy, cancer and blood abnormalities in long run

Ethylene oxide used in baby powder by MNCs can cause allergy, cancer and blood abnormalities in long run Multinationals should stop treating Indians as guinea pigs, the FDA told the Bombay HC on Friday, while opposing Johnson & Johnson’s plea … Continue reading

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obesity & health

Osteoarthritis is the most common musculoskeletal disorder with major health and socioeconomic impact in our aging society. Osteoarthritis usually progresses slowly, but some patients experience a more rapid progression. In a report published in the journal of Radiology, researchers recruited … Continue reading

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Negative stress may lead to heart disease

Marital disharmony and job dissatisfaction are the two main mental risk factors for the causation of heart attack. Many studies in the past have suggested that there is a strong correlation between a nagging wife and early heart attacks in … Continue reading

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