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A new lifestyle adaptation seems to be about breaking a set of habits that are not as innocuous as they are believed to be
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Cats, dogs, rabbits and birds and other pets, to many, are a joy to behold and play with, but just as the protein in their saliva and urine could irritate the pet parent’s or handler’s eyes, caution eye specialists
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Hand gestures in yoga are not mere poses; each gesture has its own health benefit 
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While people with flat feet are prone to injuries, experts and runners say the concerns are minor and can be kept away through proper training and techniques
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CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an emergency lifesaving procedure performed when the heart stops beating. According to American Heart Association, immediate CPR can double or triple chances of survival after cardiac arrest. Keeping the blood flow active, even partially, extends the opportunity for a successful resuscitation once trained medical staff arrive on site. It is an important lifesaving first-aid tool that can be performed by anyone.
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Blue pea tea, a no-caffeine herbal tea improves brain health, promotes healthy sleep cycle and helps in detoxing.
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Regular physical activity or exercise holds the secret to staying young. It helps you remain physically and mentally agile, manage the symptoms of ageing better and lead a disease-free life
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Physical activity improves the quality as well as duration of sleep. But exercising too close to bedtime is not advisable
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Chocolates have been credited for providing better heart health. According to a study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology in 2020, eating chocolate at least once a week helps reduce the risk of heart disease. The study says that eating chocolate more than once a week was associated with an eight per cent decreased risk of coronary artery disease. But how does one choose a good dark chocolate? Watch to find out.

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