Atal Bihari Vajpayee: 10 Motivational Quotes by the Iconic Leader

18-08-2018   |   926 View(s)

Every time I used to hear a speech by Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji, I used to get goosebumps. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was one of the most iconic leaders, and everybody loved him for his work. He was undoubtedly one of the most loved Prime Ministers of India and served thrice as the Prime Minister of India. He framed many policies that shaped the country's economy. An extraordinary man and a poet by heart, Atal Bihari Vajpayee passed away on T. Read more...

Good News for HIV Patients: This New Therapy can Boost Immunity of HIV patients

16-08-2018   |   513 View(s)

HIV patients can get a bit of relief now because a new HIV drug has been discovered which can reduce the viral replication and increase immune cells in people with advanced, drug-resistant HIV infection. The researchers at Yale University said that if the drug is used in combination with existing HIV medications, it can turn out to be a promising strategy for patients who have run out of effective options for their treatment. . Read more...

10 Patriotic Movies you Must Watch this Independence Day

14-08-2018   |   634 View(s)

For all Indians, Independence Day is a day to feel proud of the people who fought the Britishers to free the country from a foreign ruler. India will celebrate its 72nd Independence Day on August 15. This is the day when people greet each other, exchange sweets, and hoist the tricolour. Independence Day is one of the best occasions to watch patriotic movies. There are many brilliant movies based on the struggles and sacrifices made by the Indian . Read more...

How much Salt do We Need Daily to Stay Healthy?

13-08-2018   |   589 View(s)

Salt is a necessity of life. We put salt in food to make it taste better. You must have seen people saying salt is bad for health and that we should reduce the consumption of salt to stay healthy and fit. Although, it is not wrong what they say because overeating salt is bad for health. But then the question arises 'How much salt do we need every day to prevent health issues?' Well, thankfully, now we know the amount of salt required to stay heal. Read more...

PCOS in pregnant women may increase autism risk in newborn babies

07-08-2018   |   878 View(s)

PCOS in pregnant women may increase the risk of autism in newborn babies. PCOS is a hormonal disorder that results in delayed onset of puberty, excess bodily hair, and irregular menstrual cycles. Women with PCOS may have prolonged or infrequent menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the leading causes of infertility in women. The exact cause of PCOS is not yet known. But every wom. Read more...

Shocking: An Indian-Origin Scientist has found the solution to end ageing

06-08-2018   |   453 View(s)

Noone likes to deals with wrinkles, hair fall, grey hair, and droopy eyelids. But as we age, it is almost inevitable to prevent these problems, because they arise out of a natural ageing process. But thanks to our scientists who have found solutions to end ageing. Kaya kalpa is one of the ancient Indian concepts of rejuvenation and is being scientifically validated in the lab of a US scientist of Indian origin. The scientist has found a way to re. Read more...

Sonali Bendre is Stable: Goldie Behl posts an update on Twitter

04-08-2018   |   1113 View(s)

Sonali Bendre's husband Goldie Behl took to Twitter on Thursday to post an update about his wife's health. Sonali Bendre is a veteran Bollywood actor and is diagnosed with 'metastatic cancer.' She is currently undergoing medical treatment in New York. The famous Sarafarosh act. Read more...

During cataract surgery, doctors found 27 contact lenses in a woman’s eye

03-08-2018   |   573 View(s)

Recently, doctors in the United Kingdom found 27 contact lenses in a 67-year-old woman's eye while she was being prepared for cataract surgery.  The shocking case was recorded in the British Medical Journal by Rupal Morjaria, a specialist trainee ophthalmologist who was working with the patient. The contact lenses were bound together by mucus, seventeen of them were clumped together into a "hard mass" which was bluish in colour. As for the wo. Read more...