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  • Budget 2019: Here's is what trade analysts expect  title=
    Budget 2019: Here's is what trade analysts expect

    India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will be addressing the interim Budget before the Elections 2019 on February 1. Recently, the investor community has become quite large. Now the big question is that will there be any good news for investors. Analysts mention that the financial savings as a percentage of total savings is closer to all-time highs and market participation has increased markedly. So, helping the investor community could be an important agenda for the government, suggest experts.

  • Ways to weight loss for thyroid patients: Eat these  title=
    Ways to weight loss for thyroid patients: Eat these

    An unexplained weight gain is one of the most common signs of a thyroid disorder. Weight gain is the sign of low levels of thyroid hormones, a condition called hypothyroidism. If you want to cut down some weight and reboot your thyroid, then here is what you should eat and not.

  • Delhi govt launches its first veterinary hospital for 24x7 animal care  title=
    Delhi govt launches its first veterinary hospital for 24x7 animal care

    There is good news for animals lovers in Delhi. The state government has inaugurated a round-the-clock medical centre to provide care to animals in the capital city. The Delhi Development Minister Gopal Rai has launched a veterinary hospital in Tiz Hazari area so as to give 24 X 7 care to the animals in the city.

  • These natural herbs will handle all your digestive problems  title=
    These natural herbs will handle all your digestive problems

    Sometimes, increased stress levels and unhealthy dietary habits such as eating either too much or too less may lead to digestive problems. The poor digestive health may get worsen with age and if we continue to ignore the issue. There are certain digestive problems such as indigestion, bloating, flatulence and gastritis which may become daily affair.

  • Sore throat in winter, home remedies to get well soon  title=
    Sore throat in winter, home remedies to get well soon

    Winter season though enjoyable, yet it comes with alarming health problems. One common winter foe is painful sore throat which really makes it difficult to swallow, eat or drift off to sleep. One must know that the prickly throat can be an indicator that a cold virus has penetrated the immune system and the person may have bad days at the end.

  • Here is how to lose weight without exercise  title=
    Here is how to lose weight without exercise

    It has been a long quest for many to find out easier ways to lose weight than hitting gym and torturing our bodies to the extreme conditions.

  • Social media impacts teen girls more than boys: Study  title=
    Social media impacts teen girls more than boys: Study

    For long, experts have been issuing warning over too much usage of social media applications like Snapchat and Instagram among teenagers.

  • Best fitness apps to lose weight and gain muscles  title=
    Best fitness apps to lose weight and gain muscles

    With so many tasks to do in everyday life, we almost keep on moving like a machine. And, in the chaotic run will forget to stay fit and healthy. Though some companies have come up with fitness bands to help users monitor their health and habits, it is often kept inside the wardrobes. Now-a-days, smartphone is a must-take object and owing to its importance in one's life we have listed some interesting fitness apps that are must try.

  • Slim hips women more prone to diabetes, finds study  title=
    Slim hips women more prone to diabetes, finds study

    While putting on weight is dangerous for health, women who have slim hips could be at risk of diabetes and heart attacks, finds a new research.

  • Breast cancer drug linked to brain malfunction  title=
    Breast cancer drug linked to brain malfunction

    A breast cancer drug reveals side-effects, including mood disturbances and memory issues, that impact the brain function in both humans and animals, say researchers.