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Watch Prince William and Lady Gaga take on the taboo around mental health

Prince William and Lady Gaga recently chatted online in the video posted on Facebook and urge people to break the stigma surrounding mental health. In an open letter published last year on the website of her Born This Way Foundation, Lady Gaga revealed that she was suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.(AFP) Britain’s second in […]

Sanchita Sharma: Tropical diseases affect the poor and the marginalised, and are controllable and curable infections that deform, disable and kill if left untreated. The WHO estimates that 2.4 billion people around the world still lack basic sanitation facilities such as toilets and latrines, which give rise to neglected tropical diseases.(Images: Shutterstock) One billion people […]

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9 Reasons You Should Eat More Avocado For Your Mind, Body, and Spirit

We all know that avocado is arguably one of the most delicious foods around, a versatile ingredient that enlivens dishes from guacamole to toast, and even drinks like smoothies. And we’ve heard that it’s a healthy food too, full of good fats and lots of vitamins. But we wanted to dig down a little deeper. […]

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Support LGBTQ Rights With This Shake Shack Concrete

Shake Shack in West Hollywood is letting you indulge your sweet tooth while giving back to the community! When you order the Rainbow Connection Concrete, five percent of the proceeds are donated to Shake Shack WeHo’s charity partner LA Pride, a nonprofit organization that supports LGBTQ rights and plans the Los Angeles Pride Parade each […]

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The normally very upbeat Fantasia Barrino was forced to cancel a performance in Memphis after suffering second-degree burns from an unspecified accident on Sunday. The news came from the 32-year-old’s singer’s husband, Kendall Taylor, in an Instagram post. “Speaking on behalf of my wife: ‘She walks as a powerful force in the earth. Impacting everything […]

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See Bella Hadid rock the sheer dress like no one else

Supermodel Bella Hadid made quite a few heads turn with her sheer dress at the Christian Dior Masquerade Ball that was held in Los Angeles earlier this week. The dress was from the brand’s 2017 ready-to-wear collection. The next day, she flaunted her svelte figure at the opening of Alexandre Vauthier Spring Summer 2017 Show, […]

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Mediterranean diet may help treat HIV, diabetes patients

Consuming a Mediterranean diet — rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, high on healthy fats like olive oil and low in refined sugars and saturated fats — may provide a good nutritious balance that can improve medication adherence and mental health in patients with HIV-positive and Type 2 diabetes, researchers suggest. People who […]

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Head, neck cancer patients: Twice-a-day radiation therapy may help reduce deaths

A study suggests that treating head and neck cancer patients with twice-a-day radiation therapy combined with chemotherapy can prove beneficial and save more lives. The findings indicated that the twice-a-day treatment of hyper fractionated radiotherapy combined with chemotherapy, cuts deaths by 20 percent compared to the best standard treatment of once-daily radiotherapy with chemotherapy. The […]

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Fat-shaming encourages unhealthy behaviours that lead to heart disease, diabetes

A study reveals that people who feel unattractive and devalue themselves because of their weight are at heightened risk of heart disease and type 2 Diabetes. The study was published in Obesity, the journal. Researchers from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in the US found that above and beyond the effects of body mass […]

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Why do people quit gym by February end?

A new year and a new resolution often lead to a new crowd at gyms, in January, and new equipment greets a lot of the new sign-ups too. But less than 10% convert to regular customers, according to a study. CMS India, a not-for-profit headed by surgeon Ramen Goel, commissioned a three-year-long study to evaluate […]

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