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  • Nature's Skincare Herb

    Neem is beneficial in fighting against fungal infections. Its antifungal and anti bacterial properties keeps the harmful bacteria and fungi away. Regular use of neem leaves for bathing or as soap, oil or topical creams protects the skin from skin diseases.
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  • Eat better for stronger bones

    Nuts are a marvelous source of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. Munch on a handful of almonds and pistachios for good bone health. Dates also contain calcium, manganese, copper and magnesium that are good for bone health and can help in preventing osteoporosis.
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  • Practise yoga to deal with work stress

    Yoga combines many popular stress-reducing techniques, including exercise and learning to control the breath, clear the mind, and relax the body. Practice the "Warrior pose" it not only reminds you that you can deal with things that arise in your life, but it also stretches the hip flexors, which tighten due to a sedentary work life.
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  • Love reading while travelling?

    Reading while travelling in a moving bus or car is not recommended. It can extend your eyes and make it hard for them to focus on leading to motion sickness, dizziness and vomiting.
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  • Make celery a part of your salad

    Pectin-based polysaccharides in celery help improve your digestive health and decrease instances of stomach ulcers. Celery also acts as an antioxidant and detoxifies the body. Eating it regularly helps to avoid diseases of the kidney, pancreas, liver and gallbladder.
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  • Did you know?

    Be cautious of Fibroids! Do not miss the signs and symptoms of fibroids. Timely diagnosis and treatment helps. Here are a few symptoms that indicate the presence of fibroids
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  • Do you have psoriasis?

    Winter aggravates this skin disease. Make sure that you moisturise your skin immediately after drying yourself from a shower. This helps to lock the moisture to your skin and reduces dryness.
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  • Benefits of Bajra

    Bajra or Pearl millet helps reduce cholesterol. It contains a phyto chemical, which is called phytic acid believed to increase cholesterol metabolism. It also stabilizes the level of cholesterol in the body.
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  • Benefits of Spinach

    Spinach contains chlorophyll, which has anti-inflammatory properties beneficial to detoxify your body.
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  • Woke up with a painful neck?

    Correct your sleeping posture. Don't use too many pillows as extra pillows under your head can stifle your neck's range of motion.
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  • Clear the myths

    Let us not discriminate against the HIV positive. HIV does not spread by hugging, touching, sharing a meal, working together. #WorldAIDSDay
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  • Asthmatic?

    Asthma becomes worse in winters and asthma attacks become more frequent due to the cold and dry weather. Talk to your doctor and keep your emergency medicines handy.
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  • Did you know?

    You can have a fun evening out even without alcohol! It helps lower your risk of getting cancer considerably.
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  • Is that hypotension?

    Hypotension or low blood pressure signals an underlying problems. Here are some signs and symptoms of hypotension: Dizziness or light-headedness, fainting (syncope), blurred vision, nausea, fatigue, lack of concentration. Talk to a doctor if you suspect the above and get tested.
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  • Managing your haemoglobin levels

    Did you know? Folic acid, a B-complex vitamin, is required to make red blood cells and a folic acid deficiency automatically leads to a low level of haemoglobin. Increase your intake of foods like geen leafy vegetables, sprouts, dried beans, wheat germ, peanuts, bananas, broccoli, beetroot which are high in folic acid.
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  • Benefits of Amla

    The alkaline nature of amla helps in clearing the system and strengthening the digestive system. It supports the liver function and flushes out toxins from the body. Snack on some amla slices daily.
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  • Never reuse unwashed socks

    Your socks may be stinky and may be full of bacteria and germs from your sweat. This may lead to fungal infections of the foot. Wear fresh washed socks always, maintain high levels of hygiene for skin care.
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  • Did you know?

    Lycopene, the antioxidant found in tomatoes helps to prevent osteoporosis and bone loss that’s due to oxidative stress.
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  • Causes of COPD

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a lung disease characterized by chronic obstruction of lung airflow that interferes with normal breathing and is not fully reversible. Below are the main causes of COPD: #WorldCOPDDay
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  • Benefits of Cauliflower & Broccoli

    Cauliflower and broccoli both are rich in Vitamin C which helps to stimulate both the production and function of white blood cells. It also helps your body to produce important antibodies. #WinterTip
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  • Do you brush well?

    Improper brushing can cause as much damage to the teeth and gums as not brushing at all. Hold your toothbrush in the same way that would hold a pencil, and brush for at least two minutes. This includes brushing the teeth, the junction of the teeth and gums, the tongue and the roof of the mouth.
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  • National Epilepsy Day

    With 70 million people worldwide affected by epilepsy, it is one of the most common neurological diseases globally. A seizure can cause changes in a persons behavior, movements and in levels of consciousness. Spread the awareness, seek correct treatment. #NationalEpilepsyDay
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  • Sprained an ankle?

    Treating your sprained ankle properly may prevent chronic pain and instability. Here's what you can do for minor sprains, rest your ankle by not walking on it, limit weight bearing, use an ice pack to keep down the swelling, if the pain and swelling persists, consult a doctor immediately.
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  • Are you a busy working professional?

    In spite of your busy schedule it is important to stay hydrated. Drink at least eight glasses of water daily to keep hunger levels down, energy levels high, and digestion levels intact. But make sure you avoid having water in between meals. It is recommended to drink room temperature water 20 minutes before or 60 minutes after the meals in order to facilitate smooth digestion.
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  • Health benefits of Bananas

    Bananas are rich in carbohydrates, Vitamin A, iron, potassium and natural sugars which makes them the super fruit. Grab a banana on your way out this morning!
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  • Did you know?

    The first stage to treatment of Diabetes is its detection! Only regular bloods tests including Glycated hemoglobin or HB1AC, random blood sugar test or a fasting blood sugar test can give you a complete picture! If you or any of your family members, have diabetes, are above the age of 45, have a high BMI you should get tested today! #WorldDiabetesDay
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  • Cinnamon for diabetes

    Cinnamon regulates blood sugar making it beneficial for people with Type 2 Diabetes. Just adding small amounts of Cinnamon to your daily diet may offer tremendous health benefits. So why not start your day with a refreshing cup of tea that contains Cinnamon? #WorldDiabetesDay
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  • All about type 2 diabetes

    Diabetes not only affects you but also your kids! The risk of developing type 2 diabetes increases with the number of affected family members. The key risk factors of Type 2 Diabetes include lack of exercise, overweight, family history, unhealthy diet. #WorldDiabetesDay
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  • Symptoms of Pneumonia

    Pneumonia is a painful infection of the lungs that makes breathing difficult. It spreads easily through contact with droplets from a cough or sneeze and can cause massive suffering and loss of life. Know the common signs of pneumonia and ask your doctor. Are you experiencing any of the below: #WorldPneumoniaDay
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  • Know the signs of ADHD

    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that can affect your child’s success at school, as well as their relationships. Identify the symptoms and seek help:
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  • Happy Diwali!

    Reliance Hospitals wishes you and your loved ones a Happy Diwali. May God give you brightness in your life with good health, wealth, peace and prosperity.
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  • Celebrate smoke & noise free Diwali

    Loud noise caused by firecrackers can trigger a heart attack in patients diagnosed with Angina. Moreover, the particles and harmful gases released by fireworks deteriorate air quality and may cause chronic respiratory diseases like Asthma, COPD etc. #HealthyFestival
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  • Stay away from fried foods

    Most shops prepare snacks in reused oil, which contain traces of free radicals that are harmful to your body. Opt for steamed or baked snacks. Else make these snacks at home. #HealthyFestival
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  • Eat plenty of fresh fruits this Diwali

    Antioxidants protect your body from free radicals and the harmful effects of pollution. Amla, oranges, sweet lime, and pomegranate are a great source of antioxidants and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and asthma. Make sure to eat plenty of fruits of all colours during Diwali. #HealthyFestival
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  • Choose healthy options this Diwali

    Add more of almonds, walnuts, dry apricots, raisins, sunflower and sesame seeds while making the sweets. Buy organic jaggery or honey and use it as a sugar substitute to make your sweets. #HealthyFestival
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  • Did you know?

    India is the diabetes capital of the world with as many as 50 million people suffering from Type 2 diabetes. It is a leading cause of blindness, heart disease, amputation, end-stage kidney disease and liver problems. However, with 30 mins of moderate-intensity physical activity and a healthy diet the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes could be drastically reduced.
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  • Does constant knee pain get on your nerves?

    Practice this gentle stretching exercise anywhere for relief. Rest your foot against a wall, with your heel pressed firmly against the wall. Learn forward to give your calf a nice deep stretch and feel the pain ease away.
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  • Health benefits of black olives

    Black Olives not only taste great but are also loaded with antioxidant nutrients that eliminate excess cholesterol in the blood thereby preventing heart diseases. What’s more… they also help in controlling blood pressure, prevent blood clots, protect cell membrane against cancer, strengthen the immune system and prevent anemia.
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  • Yoga for Great Health!

    Benefits of yoga are countless. It creates harmony between your mind and body.
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  • Benefits of custard apple

    Custard apples are rich in antioxidants like vitamin C which helps to fight free radicals in body. It is also high in potassium and magnesium which protects your heart from diseases. Vitamin A present in custard apples keep your hair and skin healthy. Make sure you include this nutrient rich fruit in your diet.
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  • Did you know?

    Focus on feeding small portions of food to your child at regular intervals, rather than the traditional habit of 3 big meals a day. The 2 main important aspects of this habit, which can avoid potential ailments later in life, are: It becomes easy for the child’s body to digest the small amounts of food. It will help to maintain the body weight of your child and keep him fit. #UniversalChildrensD
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  • Signs that you need more iron

    Due to poor dietary patterns some of us experience an iron deficiency which is one of the most common deficiencies in the world. If your body doesn't have enough iron, it cannot produce enough red blood cells which carry oxygen. Knowing the signs of iron deficiency helps in timely treatment.
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  • Feeling tired all the time?

    With hectic daily schedules leaving no time for yourself, people often feel drained out. Some major reasons for this fatigue which can be worked upon are frequent late nights, drinking excess alcohol, too much or too little exercise, long working hours, too much of caffeine which can disturb your sleep schedule.
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  • Stroke is treatable

    Correct awareness, timely action and accurate treatment can save a life and minimize the damage from a stroke attack. To treat an ischemic stroke, doctors work to quickly restore the blood flow to your brain. #WorldStrokeDay
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  • World Stroke Day

    The first 3 hours after a stroke attack are extremely crucial. Stroke victims must get clot-busting drugs within three hours of the attack to stand the best chance of a full recovery. If someone around you is having a stroke attack, call the medical emergency immediately. This #WorldStrokeDay let us work towards raising awareness of stoke warning signs and treatment.
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  • Know the difference

    Latent TB can become Active if not treated on time, spreading the infection to others. However, tuberculosis, once diagnosed can be effectively treated with the right medication.
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  • Sprinkle some sesame seeds

    Sesame seeds are a fabulous non-dairy source of calcium and are packed with lignans that enhance the function of liver enzymes that break down fat. Make them a part of your diet or just sprinkle roasted sesame seeds on any dish.
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  • Troubled from kidney stones?

    Have you suffered from painful kidney stones earlier? Kidney stones are very common and also tend to reappear after healing. Here are some simple tips to help prevent them: Drink enough water - People who have around 2 litres of water daily are 50% less likely to develop kidney stones. Minimize high-oxalate foods -Foods like spinach, beets, and almonds raise the oxalate levels in the body. Enjoy s
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  • Benefits of Pineapples

    Pineapples boost immunity, promote bone health, lower blood pressure, and even aid in preventing anemia. Snack on a few slices daily for its nutritional benefits.
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  • Importance of Zinc

    Zinc is critical to maintain healthy skin and helps have a strong immune system. It is needed for balancing immunity, blood clotting, wound healing and much more.
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  • Benefits of Cycling

    Cycling, the simplest form of workout helps in muscle toning, improved cardiovascular health and better blood circulation.
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  • Troubled with menopause?

    The start of menopause may lead to many uncomfortable symptoms including mood swings, hot flushes and decreased libido. Phytoestrogens help reduce these symptoms. Enrich your diet with phytoestrogens rich foods like soy products, legumes (beans, chickpeas, peanuts), broccoli, carrots, yogurt.
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  • Caring for your bones

    Losing bone density is a normal part of aging. We reach peak bone mass between ages 25 and 30, and then slowly begin to start losing bone mass at age 40. Here are a few steps to follow for healthy bones and to prevent osteoporosis:
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  • Crossed your 50's?

    Be regular with your eye checkups. By age 50, most people notice changes to their vision, including a gradual decline in the ability to see small print or focus on close objects. Common eye problems that can impair vision include cataracts and glaucoma.
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  • Happy Dusshera from the Reliance Hospitals family

    Reliance Hospitals wishes you victory of good health over all illnesses. May you have a fun filled and blissful dusshera
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  • Care for your heart

    Here are 5 small changes in your everyday lifestyle to improve your heart health: Quit smoking, add 60 minutes of exercise every week, meditate, skip the dessert, eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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  • Being Proactive Helps

    Getting a mammogram done can help reduce the number of deaths from breast cancer by 30 to 40% among women aged 40 to 70. Schedule yours today! #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
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  • Did you wash your hands?

    80% of infections are spread by hands. Common respiratory infections caused by poor hand hygiene are common cold, influenza, chicken pox and meningitis. #GlobalHandwashingDay
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  • Did you know?

    Never mix alcohol and medicines. Refrain from drinking any form of alcohol while on medication. It can have adverse effects on your health and may cause: Internal bleeding of the stomach, make you very drowsy, liver damage.
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  • Are you getting enough sunshine?

    Higher levels of vitamin D means a lower risk of breast cancer. Women who get plenty of vitamin D in early life — either in their diet or by spending time outdoors, where sun exposure triggers vitamin D production in the skin — have a lower risk for breast cancer.
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  • Stop living a sedentary lifestyle

    A diagnosis of arthritis does not mean you stop complete mobility. It's important to take rest from time to time. However you must make room for moderate exercise. Regular, low-impact exercise helps relieve arthritis pain, boosts your energy, releases endorphins, strengthens muscles and joints, and increases your range of motion.
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  • What is dry eye symptom?

    The dry eye syndrome is caused by a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. Consequences of dry eyes range from subtle but constant eye irritation to significant inflammation and even scarring of the front surface of the eye. Here are some symptoms: scratchy, dry, and painful sensation in both of your eyes, feeling like something is in your eyes, redness, muc
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  • Pumpkins help boost your vision

    Pumpkins have a high source of vitamin A, which helps protect the surface of your eyes and aids in healing eye diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration. 100 grams of pumpkin provides you 170% of your daily vitamin A requirement! #WorldSightDay
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  • Are you sleep deprived?

    Improved sleep leads to improved mental well-being. Lack of sleep is linked to a higher risk of mental problems like anxiety, depression and paranoia. Get sound sleep for 7 to 9 hours every night for optimum mental health.
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  • Are you dehydrated?

    As the October heat sets in remember to have more and more water and keep your body hydrated every day. Here are a few signs of dehydration which you must not ignore: thirst, dry or sticky mouth, dark yellow urine, dry, cool skin, headache, muscle cramps.
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  • Your bone health is crucial

    Women are at a high risk of developing osteoporosis. Though this disease mostly shows up after menopause, you must start early to prevent it. Women from 19 to 50 years of age should get 1,000 milligrams calcium or eat three to four servings of food high in the mineral daily. Consult a dietitian for more details.
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  • Is that a heat stroke?

    A heat stroke may happen to a person exposed to extremely hot temperatures. It is a medical emergency and can be fatal if not promptly and properly treated. Here are a few symptoms: confusion, agitation, disorientation, red hot dry skin, slurred speech, dizziness, loss of consciousness, the absence of sweating. Protect yourself from extreme heat, wear loose clothing, cover your head with a cap or
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  • Does your colleague look upset or worried?

    Does your colleague look upset or worried? Mental health symptoms are subtle, probe to see if someone needs help. Kind words act like therapy to individuals affected by a mental illness.
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  • Early detection can beat breast cancer

    Early detection can beat breast cancer. After 40 an annual mammogram is the best defense against breast cancer. Educate all the women around you.
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  • Health Benefits of Lemons

    Discover the goodness of lemon. Lemon is not only anti bacterial and anti fungal but also fights cancer cells. It destroys malignant cells without damaging the healthy ones.
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  • Early detection saves lives

    In India 60% of the breast cancers are detected at an advanced stage. Women younger than 40 years should self-examine their breasts every month and should go for clinic breast exams every 3 years.
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  • Drink water, Lose weight

    Losing weight can be hard. However, just drinking 2 glasses of water 30 minutes before each meal can significantly decrease your calorie intake. The water reduces your sensation of hunger while increasing your feeling of fullness.
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  • Did you know?

    1 out of 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer occurs when cells in breast tissue change and keep reproducing. These cells usually cluster together and form a tumor.
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  • World Heart Day

    About 45 million Indians currently suffer from some sort of heart problems. Avoid this silent killer by eating right, exercising and watching your stress levels! This #WorldHeartDay, take a pledge with Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai to take care of yourself.
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  • Learn to relax

    Stress changes the way your blood clots, which increases the risk of a heart attack. Further, if you are stressed, your blood pressure levels shoot up, increasing the pressure on your heart. Meditating, listening to music, reading, and laughing can help you beat stress.
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  • Symptoms of a Heart Attack

    Know the symptoms of a heart attack and call the emergency helpline if you notice anyone experiencing the following symptoms: Chest pain or discomfort, upper body discomfort, shortness of breath, breaking out in a cold sweat, feeling unusually tired for no reason, nausea (feeling sick to the stomach) and vomiting, light-headedness or sudden dizziness.
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  • Get more active

    Studies show that light to moderate exercise for at least 30 minutes every day can help you keep your heart healthy.
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  • Health benefits of Dark Chocolate

    Are you aiming for a heart-healthy diet, but just love chocolate a little too much? Choose to have dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate. Dark chocolate contains flavanols, which have antioxidant-like qualities and can have a positive effect on vascular health. Choose chocolates with lesser no of added ingredients for maximum benefits to your heart health.
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  • Massive Increase in Heart Disease in India

    India has seen a 34% rise in deaths due to heart diseases in the last 26 years.
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  • Did you know?

    Fresh pineapple is the only known source of an enzyme called bromelain, which is effective in alleviating joint pain, arthritis, reduces inflammation, inhibit tumor growth and shorten recovery time following plastic surgery.
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  • Did you know?

    Studies suggest that individuals suffering from depression have an increased risk of cognitive decline which may lead to Alzheimer's. Seek medical help to manage depression, anxiety or other mental health concerns. #WorldAlzheimersDay
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  • World Alzheimer's Day

    More than half of the patients suffering from Alzheimer's may not know they have it. Detect early stage Alzheimer's, know the symptoms: Memory loss, language problems, mood changes, loss of reasoning capacity, difficulty in reading, difficulty in doing simple tasks, behavioral changes. #WorldAlzheimersDay
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  • Alzheimer's can be fatal

    Alzheimer's causes degeneration of your brain cells affecting your memory. People exhibit erratic behavioral patterns and slow, progressive loss of basic body functions such as swallowing, talking, eating, and breathing. #WorldAlzheimersDay
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  • Drink water to prevent kidney stones

    When your body has too much of certain minerals, and at the same time doesn’t have enough liquid, kidney stones can form. Drinking lots of water not only helps prevent dehydration, but may also reduce the risk of developing Kidney Stones.
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  • Avoid night time snacking

    Eating before going to bed can activate digestive system and keep you up. Drinking a lot of fluids before bed time can overwhelm the bladder, requiring frequent visits to the bathroom that may disrupt your sleep.
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  • All about air pollution

    Air pollution reduces the global life expectancy by 1 year on an average. Air pollution can affect your cardiovascular health by hardening the arteries and increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Let us all strive to use reduce air pollution around us. Eat a healthy diet to beat the ill effects of pollution and increase your body's immunity.
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  • Did you know?

    Smart phones don’t just affect the vision but also cause long term incurable side effects to the nervous system. One such neurological condition is occipital neuralgia, where nerves that run from the top of the spinal cord up through the scalp become compressed or inflamed. Control your smart phone usage before it affects you adversely.
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  • What is PCOS?

    Get your hormones and insulin levels checked regularly and consult a doctor for any irregularities. Excess insulin signals the ovaries to work overtime which secretes testosterone. This produces side effects such as increased hair growth, acne, weight gain, skin tags and irregular menstrual cycles.
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  • Did you know?

    If a person has a disease or condition that prevents the body from making enough healthy blood cells, they may need a blood stem cell transplant. These diseases include: leukaemia, lymphoma, thalassemia, aplastic anaemia, sickle cell anaemia, severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome, myelodysplastic syndromes, congenital neutropenia and chronic granulomatous disease. #WorldBoneMarrowDonorDay
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  • Build Healthy Bones

    Its never too late to start maintaining your bone health. Follow these steps and build strong bones.
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  • Benefits of Ragi

    Ragi is a rich source of calcium and fibre and helps lower cholesterol level. It also helps in weight loss as the natural fat content in Ragi is lower than all other cereals. It also contains an amino acid called tryptophan which reduces appetite. Ragi helps in battling Anemia as it is an excellent source of iron.
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  • Benefits of Tea

    Tea is a good source of plant chemicals known as flavonoids. Flavonoids help control inflammation, and that in turn reduces plaque buildup inside arteries, thus benefiting your cardiovascular health.
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  • World Suicide Prevention Day

    India has one of the world’s highest suicide rates for youth aged 15 to 29 according to the Lancet report. Reach out to your teenage children, maintain a friendly rapport instead of a strict parent child relation. Be a watchful parent. Help prevent teenage suicides. #WorldSuicidePreventionDay
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  • Benefits of nuts

    Nuts are incredibly nutritious. Loaded with fibre, magnesium, vitamin E and more nuts can help you lose weight, and help fight type 2 diabetes and heart disease too.
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  • Health benefits of Beetroot

    Beetroot contains compounds called as nitrates which help people suffering from hypertension. People with high blood pressure who drank a cup of beetroot juice lowered their blood pressure for up to 24 hours.
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  • Is magnesium deficiency harming your health?

    Because magnesium deficiency affects every part of your body, low level symptoms can be widespread and confusing. Depression, insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, mood swings, weight gain are some of the symptoms. Get your nutrients tested periodically for correct diagnosis and medication. #NationalNutritionWeek
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  • Do not ignore back pain

    A spinal cord injury needs immediate attention by a specialist. Bed rest is not the solution but a correct diagnosis is needed to treat the problem immediately. Some symptoms of a spinal cord injury include: problems walking, loss of control of the bladder or bowels, inability to move the arms or legs, feelings of spreading numbness or tingling in the extremities, headache, pain, pressure, and sti
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  • Mindful Meditation

    When people practice mindful meditation on a regular basis, they are able to control stress, fear and anxiety; because the part of the brain associated with it gets reduced in size, thereby becoming less active. So, you don’t feel stressed and anxious frequently.
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  • Is Rice Fattening?

    Rice is not at all fattening. Rice is rich in carbohydrates, one of the three calorie-delivering nutrients that provide fuel for your body and help carry out everyday growth and repair. Rice is low in fat and cholesterol free but just like any other food needs portion control.
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  • Did you know?

    Too much vitamin D can create toxic health risks. It may lead to hypercalcemia which is a build-up of calcium in your blood. Too much calcium in the blood can weaken your bones, create kidney stones and interfere with your heart and brain functions. Are you experiencing symptoms of nausea, weakness, and frequent urination? Seek professional medical advice if needed.
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  • Did you know?

    Spinach contains Vitamin A and C that help to cleanse the skin and provide a flawless and glowing skin. The antioxidants present in spinach destroy the free radicals that cause fine lines and wrinkles.
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  • Stay Healthy!

    Regular exercise is an important part of keeping your heart healthy. But that does not mean you have to run a marathon or enrol for rigorous training at the gym. Start with an easy routine of 30 minutes which involves jogging, aerobics or an any sport that you enjoy. You can gradually increase the time to 60 minutes daily.
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  • Benefits of breathing exercises

    Controlled breathing techniques have found to reduce anxiety and brings down blood pressure levels by reducing cortisol levels - a stress hormone - in your blood when regularly practiced.
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  • Did you know?

    Choline, present in sweet potatoes helps with sleep, muscle movement, memory, aids in the transmission of nerve impulses, and reduces chronic inflammation.
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  • Say NO to aerated drinks

    A 600 ml glass of aerated drink has more sugar than...18 cookies, 6 glazed donuts, 2 bags of chocolate coated candy. Eliminating soda from your diet is one of the best ways to reduce your added-sugar intake. Rethink your drink and reach for something like water or unsweetened tea instead.
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  • Is that low blood pressure?

    Everyone knows that high blood pressure is bad, but for some low blood pressure can pose a risk too. Watch out for these common symptoms: Dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, fatigue. Consult a doctor for further medication and action.
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  • Benefits of Millets

    Millets are tiny grains that are not just packed with minerals and vitamins but are also gluten-free. They are rich in antioxidants that help to flush out harmful free radicals from the body and boost the immunity levels. They are loaded with starch and significant amounts of fibre – soluble and insoluble that help regulate the digestive process. Ragi is a millet with the highest concentration o
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  • Health benefits of Fenugreek

    Studies suggest that frequent use of fenugreek seeds or methi can help to reduce the development of Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease is associated with inflammation, damage to cellular mitochondria, and oxidative injury. Fenugreek seeds protect against inflammation and oxidation, and support the mitochondria.
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  • Coping with Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence is a common and sometimes an embarrassing condition. Kegel exercises are one of the best natural ways to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. They help men and women regardless of age to control urinary incontinence. Here's how you do Kegel exercises: https://www.health.harvard.edu/bladder-and-bowel/step-by-step-guide-to-performing-kegel-exercises
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  • Smart Workout Tips

    Research shows that if you sprint for 30 seconds, rest for 4-6 minutes and the repeat that at least 4 times, you’ll lose more fat than if you jog or walk at a steady pace for an hour.
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  • Health Benefits of Lemons

    Lemons are powerfully antibacterial and prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria that cause infections and diseases such as malaria, diphtheria, and typhoid.
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  • Discover the benefits of bell peppers!

    Bell peppers contain a range of antioxidants, which decrease your risk of getting a cardiovascular disease. Capsaicinoids present in bell peppers benefit your heart health, improve cholesterol values and blood vessel function.
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  • Are you experiencing puffy eyes?

    Are you experiencing puffy eyes, swollen feet, and hands from some days? It may be due to excess intake of sodium in your diet. Keep a check on your salt intake and reduce the intake of pre-packaged foods like frozen and canned foods. While your body needs sodium to survive, an excess is not good.
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  • Benefits of Pumpkins

    Pumpkins are high in zinc which is essential to keep your retina healthy. Vitamin A found in pumpkins protects the cornea, the surface of the eye, and allows you to see under conditions of low light.
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  • Healing powers of Cloves!

    The high amounts of "eugenol" present in cloves contains both anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. Regular use of cloves in everyday cooking helps your body deal with infections and inflammation better. It also aids in digestion, fighting off diseases and much more!
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  • Do You Use Aluminium Foil Daily?

    Packing hot food in aluminium foil or baking and roasting in them prove harmful. It leads to high levels of aluminium being ingested by the body and may hamper the growth of brain cells, affect patients with bone and renal diseases.
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  • Onion Rich Diet

    Onions contain flavonoids and quercetin that prevent the deposition of fatty material in the blood vessels. Quercetin is an antioxidant that can reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. Make them a part of your diet.
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  • Terrific Peaches

    A large peach is a generous source of vitamin A, important for a healthy vision, and also contains vitamin C, an antioxidant, and tissue-builder. Peaches also provide lower levels of vitamins E and K and other vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B-6, niacin, folate and pantothenic acid.
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  • Magnificent Magnesium!

    Nearly half of the population does not get their daily requirement of magnesium. A diet high in magnesium helps relax blood vessels and may lower blood pressure by five points in individuals with mild hypertension. Legumes, figs, banana, avocado and pumpkin seeds are good sources of magnesium.
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  • World Breastfeeding Week

    The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding babies exclusively for the first six months. Leptin, a special hormone in breast milk enhances the growth of a baby's thymus, the organ that directs the development of the entire immune system. The thymus in breastfed babies grows twice as compared to formula fed babies and the benefits of that can last for years. #WorldBreastfeedingWeek
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  • Is your Nose Working Against You?

    Deviated nasal septum is a common occurrence where nasal misalignment makes air passage difficult through one half of the nose. Headaches, nasal congestion, sinus and difficulty in breathing are some common symptoms. Consult a doctor to know more.
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  • Stomatch Infection

    Your stomach is highly susceptible to bacterial infections like gastroenteritis in the rains. It may lead to inflammation in your intestines and stomach and may cause symptoms like vomiting, diarrhoea and severe abdominal cramps. Take care.
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  • Health benefits of bananas

    Banana has a high potassium content, a mineral the body needs for conversion of sugars to energy. In addition, bananas contain Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Omega-3 fatty acids and fibre - all of which solve tiredness and dehydration.
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  • Know the disease hepatitis A

    Your poor hygiene habits not only affect your digestive health but may also harm your liver. Beware of Hepatitis A and its symptoms. #WorldHepatitisDay
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  • About hepatitis B infection

    Did you know there is a vaccine available to protect yourself from Hepatitis B? Take no chances, consult your doctor today. #WorldHepatitisDay
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  • 3 facts about Hepatitis C

    Are you experiencing any signs of Hepatitis C? Abdominal pain, vomiting, yellowing of the skin and eyes may indicate a liver infection. Get yourself tested immediately for an early diagnosis and treatment. #WorldHepatitisDay
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  • WorldHepatitisDay

    Know the difference between the various Hepatitis viruses. Blood transfusions, sharing needles for drugs, sharing razors, tattooing with unsterilized equipment, unprotected sex can all increase your risk factor for contracting Hepatitis B and C virus. Protect yourself. #WorldHepatitisDay
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  • Looking Your Best, Feels Great !!

    The Department of Dermatology at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai is staffed by dedicated and experienced dermatologists with significant expertise in all aspects of dermatology and related sub-specialties.
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  • Exteme Obesity

    Bariatric surgery has immense clinical research supporting its effectiveness in weight control and co-morbidity. The experts at the department of Bariatric Surgery at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai conduct a detailed health evaluation before confirming the eligibility of a patient for a bariatric surgery. This is done to ensure patient safety and maximum results.
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  • Take Control on Your Diabetes

    1 in 2 people with diabetes don't know they have it. Comprehensive Diabetes package at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai is designed for complete assessment/Diagnosis/Classification of diabetics. It helps in initiation of treatment for newly detected cases and early detection and management of complications. It is recommended for anyone who has symptoms of or risk factors for diabetes.
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  • Mental Illness

    Mental illness is the most ignored topic but needs the most attention to solve many world problems. Our experienced psychiatrists, psychologists, and nurses at the department of Psychiatry at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai understand the wide-reaching impact of a behavioural disorder, emotional problem or psychiatric disease, and we will guide you how to manage the situation best.
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  • Blood Transfusions

    Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai follows stringent blood donation procedures for avoiding any infections. Our in house blood bank ensures quicker blood transfusions which really matters for critical patients.
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  • Digestive Health

    Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai thrive on modern technology to treat patients with digestive disorders. Our department of gastroenterology is equipped with the latest 190 series technology for upper GI, lower GI, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
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  • Living with an Allergy Can be Uncomfortable

    Living with an allergy can be uncomfortable. Our doctors use "Allergen Immunotherapy" to treat certain kinds of allergies. Consult our department of Asthma and Allergy at Reliance Hospitals to know more.
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  • Weight Loss

    You need expert help if repeated attempts of diet and fitness programs are not helping fight your obesity. The Department of Bariatric Surgery at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai offers minimally invasive weight loss surgery options with high-quality care.
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  • Ginger Tea

    Ginger is a miracle spice and is an excellent remedy for cold and cough. It helps your body fight infections and clears the respiratory system. #MonsoonTip
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  • Rich Plums a Day

    Eating three to four antioxidant-rich plums a day can help neutralize cell-damaging free radicals that affect your memory.
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  • Be Malaria Safe

    Prevention is always better then cure. Encourage your children to use mosquito repellents while stepping outdoors to avoid mosquito bites and wear full sleeved clothes. #MonsoonTip
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  • Healthy Heart

    Exercising and maintaining a healthy weight are vital to lower your blood pressure and thus help prevent heart disease. Experts recommend at least 30 minutes of exercise per day to stay fit.
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  • Did you know?

    Studies suggest that air pollution may cause Type II diabetes. Continuous exposure to air pollutants can act as an onset trigger for individuals who have the genetic predisposition requirement. Children who have a family history of diabetes have the highest tendency to develop the disease when they are also in constant contact with these pollutants.
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  • Healthy Potion

    Follow a daily ritual of having wheat grass. Filled with chlorophyll it helps fighting many infections and also helps treat infections that are resistant to antibiotics. #MonsoonTip
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  • Is Your Glass of Water Safe?

    Drink only clean and boiled water during the monsoon as water borne diseases like typhoid, jaundice, gastroenteritis and diarrhea are extremely common during the rains.
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  • Are you suffering from high fever?

    Monsoon pattern is the main contributor for breeding of the mosquito that spreads dengue virus. Dengue is an illness caused by a virus that is spread through mosquito bites and it can be fatal. High fever followed by rashes is a common symptom of Dengue. Get yourself tested soon to start the right treatment.
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  • What is Beta-Carotene?

    About 50% of vitamin A in a vegetarian diet is provided by beta carotene and other carotenoids. They improve your vision and are subsequently converted to retinoic acid which is used in your body's growth processes. Carrots are best known for providing large amounts of carotenoids, mostly beta carotene. Make sure you include them in your diet.
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  • Brushing Consistently

    Brushing consistently and correctly twice a day keeps your teeth and gums free of bacteria and does not allow plaque to build up. Build up plaque can lead to gum disease, gingivitis and periodontal issue.
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  • Mushrooms Boost Your Metabolism

    Mushrooms are loaded with vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and vitamin B3 (niacin). These are vital to help the body produce energy and help metabolize fats and protein too.
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  • Does Your Day Start With a Cup of COFFEE?

    Avoid drinking coffee on an empty stomach. It stimulates hydrochloric acid production and hampers the actual digestion process of other meals.
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  • Jog Your way to Good Health

    Jogging helps to maintain and build the thickness of your bones. It also helps to improve bone strength in the spine and hips.
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  • Is Your Baby Teething?

    Infants may experience a lot of discomfort while teething. Know what's normal and when you need to see a doctor.
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  • Are you Asthmatic?

    Sulphates and tartrazine are the most common additives that can trigger allergies. These are often added to give food a longer shelf life. Look out for food labels containing these, or steer clear of processed meats, canned, packaged food, sauces, fruit juices and fizzy drinks.
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  • Is Someone in Your Family Diabetic?

    Are you at a high risk of diabetes due to family history or lifestyle factors? The "Basic Diabetes Package" is highly recommended for you for a better understanding of your diabetes. For more information visit: https://www.reliancehospitals.com/treatments-services/health-checkup/basic-diabetes-package/
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  • Don't Skip Your Breakfast

    Start your day with a healthy fibre rich breakfast. Eating early also keeps your metabolism more active throughout the day.
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  • Have Beetroots,Improve Digestive Health

    Beetroots are an excellent source of folic acid and a very good source of fibre, manganese and potassium. They help ease constipation due to the high fibre content.
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  • Have You Taken The Stairs Today?

    Experts say that climbing around 8 flights of stairs everyday can burn extra calories in your body and can make you feel active and energetic. Try it today.
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  • Amazing Cherries

    Cherries contain are an excellent source of potassium, and help in removing excess sodium content from the body. They balance the body's potassium and sodium levels which automatically help regulate the blood pressure levels.
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  • Cashewnuts can protect your eyes too !

    In the hectic city life your eyes are exposed to excessive pollution and may suffer from various infections. Cashews contain high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin, which act as antioxidants when consumed regularly. These compounds protect the eyes from light damage and can even help decrease the instance of cataracts.
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  • Fruits and Vegetables

    Eating vegetables and fruits as a part of a healthy diet may reduce risk for heart disease, including heart attack and stroke. Fibre rich fruits and vegetables like apples, bananas, broccoli, peas etc., may reduce the risk of obesity, and type 2 diabetes.
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  • Beware Of Monsoon Maladies

    Bacterial infections, fungal infections, typhoid fever, dengue fever, malaria fever are common this season. Consult experts from our Department of Infectious diseases at Reliance Hospitals, Navi Mumbai to manage them better.
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  • Cut Down Salt

    Too much salt in your diet can cause high blood pressure and increase your risk of heart diseases. Avoid salted snacks, canned and packaged soups and sauces, baked beans and canned vegetables, pizzas and ready meals.
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  • Make Radish a Part Of Your Salad

    A daily intake of radish benefits your kidneys. They are natural diuretics that eliminate toxins from your body thus are a natural cleanser.
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  • Eating Food Slowly

    Chewing your food thoroughly allows you to absorb more nutrients from your food. It breaks your food down from large particles into smaller particles that are more easily digested.
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  • Load up on Vitamin C

    Are you frequently troubled by allergies? Allergies are caused by histamine, a biochemical released by your body. Increase your intake of vitamin C by having citrus fruits like oranges, kiwi and guava as it helps reduce the release of histamine.
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