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Recipe: Mutton stew

Recipe: Mutton stew

When raindrops are falling pitter-patter and you are in a mood for something really nourishing and hot, nothing can beat the aroma and taste of home-made mutton stew. And just in case, you think it takes hours to make this delicious stew, you couldn’t be more wrong! It’s a simple dish... read more »

Recipe: Aloo Paratha

Recipe: Aloo Paratha

Ingredients: Six or seven potatoes, four green chillies, coriander leaves, half tsp black pepper powder, two cups wheat flour, butter. Method: Boil the potatoes, peel and mash them. In the mixer, grind chillies and coriander leaves. Now mix the mashed potatoes along with chilli and coriander paste... read more »

Simple remedies to treat acidity

Simple remedies to treat acidity

Acidity can strike at any time and any place. It is diagnosed by discomfort near the chest and cause significant distress. If you suffer from it often, here are some simple home remedies that will help. – Basil or tulsi leaves as they are more popularly known as, are an excellent way to... read more »

7 things to avoid when you’re drun...

7 things to avoid when you’re drunk

Drunk driving: This one is extremely serious. Not only are you risking your own life, but also that of others in the car and those who are out on the road or in other vehicles. Make sure that you either take a cab back home or have a sober friend, who can take over the task. It’s not macho... read more »

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Tuberculosis (TB) : How can it be prevented?

Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne disease that mainly affects your lungs. TB is caused by various strains of mycobacteria, usually Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is spread from one person to another... read more »

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New blood test could predict risk of sudden cardia...

Washington – A researcher has found that a simple blood test can predict a person’s risk for sudden cardiac death. Samuel C. Dudley ,... read more »

Sleep apnoea could lead to elevated blood sugar levels

`Good night`s sleep` essential for brain health

Washington: Researchers have linked sleep apnoea with elevated blood sugar levels, raising fears that people with the condition could be at an increased risk... read more »

WhatsAppitis: Doctors say it’s real and your thum...

The prestigious medical journal The Lancet has declared that ‘WhatsAppitis’ is a credible disease after diagnosing a 34-year-old-patient with “bilateral... read more »

Smoking increases risk of TB recurrence

Regular tobacco smoke increases the risk of recurrence of tuberculosis in patients, a new study has found. The study published Monday provides critical new... read more »

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