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  • Sleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how  title=
    Sleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how

    It is true that there are certain medications which lead to the rise of high blood pressure issues. Health experts say that people who sleep five hours or less a night may be at higher risk of developing high blood pressure. Therefore, they are prescribed to take sleeping pills on regular basis. But do you know, consumption of sleeping pills is also linked to blood pressure problems?

  • NASA will pay you $19,000 if you stay in bed for two months  title=
    NASA will pay you $19,000 if you stay in bed for two months

    The US-based NASA and the European Space Agency will pay you $19,000 to lie in bed for two months. But before you get excited about the news be sure to know the condition of the challenge.

  • Did you know Xanthan Gum, the wallpaper glue has health benefits too?  title=
    Did you know Xanthan Gum, the wallpaper glue has health benefits too?

    Do you know the wallpaper glue at your home and salad dressing at your kitchen has something in common? It's the xanthan gum, a food additive that you have been eating several times a week, but probably you don't know.

  • World Kidney Day 2019: Kidney problem may occur anytime, signs you shouldn't ignore  title=
    World Kidney Day 2019: Kidney problem may occur anytime, signs you shouldn't ignore

    Its March 14 today, the World Kidney Day! The day is internationally observed to create awareness about kidney problems, prevention and treatment. It is shocking that close to 2.4 million die of Kidney failure in a year. It is the 6th fastest growing cause of death and almost 850 million people worldwide are at risk of the disease. Kidney problem may occur anytime and most of us ignore the symptoms leading to lifetime risk. Take a look at the signs and symptoms of kidney disease you must know.

  • Ayurveda says 'lunch is the important meal of the day': Here's why  title=
    Ayurveda says 'lunch is the important meal of the day': Here's why

    Going throuh the several theories of diet, we lastly had words with our Ayurveda experts. They say that the ancient Hindu discipline of healthy and natural living recommends considering lunch as the biggest meal of the day. According to the eating rules, proper digestion is key to our healthy life. People suffering from unhealthy digestion is said to cause weight gain, constipation, bloating, acidity etc

  • First lunar eclipse of 2019: Superstitions linked with Blood Moon  title=
    First lunar eclipse of 2019: Superstitions linked with Blood Moon

    The first total lunar eclipse of 2019 will take place on the night of Jan 20. The magical event will start at 6:36 pm and will end at 11:48 pm. Scientists say that if we were on the moon, we would see an orange ring around the earth. Along with the natural changes, the blood moon eclipse in January is associated with bizarre superstitions and beliefs.

  • Eclipse alert 2019: When and where to watch super wolf blood moon   title=
    Eclipse alert 2019: When and where to watch super wolf blood moon

    The 2019's first eclipse is on the way. The Super Blood Wolf Moon will be seen on 20-21 January, giving rare celestial treats to sky gazers worldwide.

  • Super Blood WOLF Moon in 2019: All you need to know  title=
    Super Blood WOLF Moon in 2019: All you need to know

    It seems that the New Year 2019 will begin with a grand celestial event. The spectacular 'Super Blood Wolf Moon' is expected to excite sky watchers across the globe. A few days are the New Year day the world will witness Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse from January 20 onwards. It is when the moon will be at one of its closest positions on earth. This blood moon event will be followed by three celestial events and each of them will give incredible sight across the winter night sky.

  • New skin-like sensor maps blood-oxygen levels in body  title=
    New skin-like sensor maps blood-oxygen levels in body

    US engineers have developed a new lightweight, thin and flexible sensor that can map blood-oxygen levels over large areas of skin, tissue and organs, potentially giving doctors a new way to monitor healing wounds in real time.

  • BP, diabetes in pregnancy may up hot flashes later  title=
    BP, diabetes in pregnancy may up hot flashes later

    Women with high blood pressure and gestational diabetes during pregnancy are likely to experience more hot flashes during their menopause, a new study reports.