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Essential tests for smokers and quitters

Essential tests for smokers and quitters
Smokers, both past and present, are susceptible to conditions like hypertension, high cholesterol levels, kidney issues and pulmonary fibrosis. Experts say that lung damage resulting from cigarettes cannot be completely reversed. Even if an individual quits smoking, the risk of lung conditions persists for at least 15 years. Regular health check-ups and certain tests can help detect and prevent severe health problems.

Tick-tock: Protect your dogs from tick fever this season

Ticks can be a real nuisance as they carry diseases that can make dogs quite sick. Once bitten by an infected tick, it can take up to 14 days for the symptoms to kick in. In severe cases, tick fever can be fatal.

Regular grooming of dogs and medicated baths go a long way in preventing ticks.

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Tick-tock: Protect your dogs from tick fever this season

What kick counts communicate about fetal health

What kick counts communicate about fetal health
Fetal movement counts are an indication of the fetus’s health. Fetal movements are felt around 20-24 weeks of pregnancy. The baby should move at least 10 times in two hours. Consuming sugary drinks, patting the tummy and lying on the left side are ways to stimulate the baby when the kick count is low. Medical attention should be sought in case the low kick count persists.

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Swimming during pregnancy: Tips and precautions

Swimming during pregnancy: Tips and precautions
Pregnant women can usually swim safely, and the buoyancy can be relaxing, too. Experts discuss its benefits and safety measures

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