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HAVE COUGH? TRY THIS JUICE

Cold and cough are the worst kind of infections. You can’t sleep and neither can you work. Medicines don’t work either. But according to a study, one fruit juice can help you fight cough.  A study found that pineapple juice was part of an effective treatment for tuberculosis, thanks to its ability to soothe the […]

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Vaccine Trials for Kids

Pfizer Says COVID-19 Vaccine Shows ‘100% Efficacy’ In Adolescents United States of America New clinical trials showed that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine elicits “100% efficacy and robust antibody responses” in adolescents from 12-15 years old, the drug company announced Wednesday. The trial included 2,260 trial participants; the results are even better than earlier responses from participants […]

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Celebrate Happiness Day with these fantastic tricks

When was the last time you looked out of the window and marvelled at the beautiful blue sky? When was the last time you sat with a mug of coffee and read a book in your cozy corner? Can’t remember? Well, maybe this week you can do all that which makes you happy, officially. Yes, […]

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Take that nap, it’s good for you

It seems we are the only generation who continue to complain about sleep deprivation and yet refuse to sleep when we get time. The world has woken up to the importance of sleep. Gone are the days when grandparents used to admonish kids for sleeping too much or labelling them as lazy. Actually, it has […]

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What the young Team India taught us in Australia

“For all of us in India and across the world, if you ever score 36 or lesser in life, remember: it isn’t the end of the world. The spring stretches backward only to propel you forward. And once you succeed, don’t forget to celebrate with those who stood by you when the world wrote you […]

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Few New Year resolutions to keep in mind

We couldn’t be happier that 2020 is over. After all, the year brought so many calamities all over the world, the Covid 19 virus being one of them. But the pandemic also taught us a few valuable lessons, many of which we should remember for the rest of our lives. As we step into the […]

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World in stress due to new mutant Covid strain

Even as the world was ready to take a sigh of relief, a new variant of Covid virus has left countries in a tizzy. The new SARS-CoV-2 variant was revealed to be the reason behind the rapid surge in Covid-19 cases in South and East England. It is being referred to as VUI (Variant Under […]

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UK to go public with Covid 19 vaccine

Even as the world grapples with a second wave of Covid 19 infections, there’s a glint of good news during this festive season. The UK has become the first country in the world to approve a vaccine against Coronavirus. The Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been tested and would be ready to go public next week.  […]

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Covid 19: World panics under second wave

Even as all the eyes are peeled on the US Presidential Elections, the world has been battling another vicious campaign affecting our health. After weeks of respite, many countries went back to lockdown — some are following much stricter rules this time — in view of the second wave of Coronavirus infections.  The Chinese city […]

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5 ways to celebrate World Food Day

The World Food Day is celebrated on October 16 every year. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) has designated this day since 1979. World Food Day promotes global awareness of those who suffer from hunger as well as the need to ensure healthy diets for all, and provides suggestions for how to […]