There has been an increase in the number of dental health problems people have been facing. This is simply because many of us do not take adequate care of our dental health. Toothache Day is celebrated with an idea to create awareness about the importance of taking care of your dental health. From ulcers toRead More about How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy this Toothache Day 2018?
Winter is a time when you ought to be really careful about your child’s health. The cold air, dry weather and everything about winter make it so easy for children to fall sick. Your child might catch a fly or cold easily if you do not take proper care to protect your child. You shouldRead More about Protect Your Child from Falling Sick this Winter
All work and short sleep may work for Rihanna, but it’s far from ideal. In Vogue Paris’ December issue, the singer and style icon, went on to proudly share, “I only sleep three or four hours a night,” adding that she spends the rest of the time binge-watching documentaries and shows. RiRi is clearly notRead More about Why RiRi’s Sleeping Pattern is a Wake-up Call for Us!
International Day of persons with disabilities is celebrated throughout the world on the 3rd of December annually. This day is promoted by the United Nations Organization and is celebrated to encourage persons with disabilities, providing them assistance in real life. This awareness day like any other campaign has certain goals. We have mentioned the mostRead More about Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Dengue is a serious disease. You should strictly follow a diet which would help you increase your blood platelets. Eating a healthy diet can also help prevent dengue in the first place. High fever, joint pains, and headache are the usual suspects that accompany dengue. Including these 6 foods in your diet can effectively preventRead More about Dengue Diet Tips to Follow to Increase Blood Platelets Count
The last month of the year is here and so is the World AIDS Day. This is the time of the year when it is important to put an end to the deadly illness – AIDS. Since we have talked a lot about AIDS in the past, we wouldn’t go into the details again. Instead,Read More about World AIDS Day 2017: HIV Myths and Facts
The World COPD Day was initiated to create awareness about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This is a disease you might not be aware of. Creating awareness about COPD and its health problems will help people understand COPD in a much better manner. World COPD Day is an international awareness program which started in 2002.Read More about Celebrating World COPD Day 2017
The World Diabetes Day is celebrated globally on November 14 and the 2017 version is going to be really interesting. This wonderful campaign is led by the International Diabetes Foundation and is strongly supported by the World Health Organization (WHO). There are currently over 10 lakh women living with diabetes in India. This is subjectedRead More about World Diabetes Day 2017 – Women And Diabetes
The entire month of November is dedicated to celebrating Lung Cancer Awareness. This is the time of the year when you must give your lungs a good health check-up. Detecting the symptoms and signs of lung cancer is always better than detecting in later stages. Lung cancer occurs in the trachea or the primary airwayRead More about Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2017
A stroke is what a person suffers when oxygen supply is cut off to parts of their brain – essentially killing brain cells and causing one to lose control of related functions. Strokes can be caused by a range of triggers – from high BP and smoking, to being overweight, diabetes and heart disease. What’sRead More about Strokes: Spotting and Avoiding them.