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A Guide to Keep Your Heart Healthy

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The heart is one of the most essential and Central working organs of the human body. It is a muscular pump that is the main part of the cardiovascular system and its major function is to pump deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood to the body. The first heart beat in starting from the womb and ends at the time of death. During infancy, the heart beats around 120 times a minute. T...

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Women's Day 2018: Top 7 Health & Diet Tips that Every Woman Must Know

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We all celebrating International Women's Day 2018, i.e. 8th March, 2018 and there are numerous roles a woman plays, as a daughter, a mother, a sister, a Grandmother, a friend, a lover, a wife and more over she also plays some iconic role in this society, as an entrepreneur, as a business head, educator and inventor, etc. In this Women's Day, Venkataeswara Hospitals is the ...

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Top 7 Ways to Stay Healthy and Fit for this World Health Day 2018

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WHO (The World Health Organization) is set up to make their 70th Annual World Health Day on this coming 7th April, 2018 and “Health for All” is the theme for this World Health Day 2018. The World Health Organization is offering this healthy day to battle for the worldwide healthcare for all people in the earth. The World Health Organization (WHO) says that the half of the world's p...

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Causes Symptoms and Treatment of Lactose Intolerance

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Lactose is ordinary sugar content commonly present in milk and all dairy products. Lactase is an enzyme present in the small intestines, which break lactose into simple sugars to be wrapped up into the body. NIH (National Institute for Health) says, after infancy around 65% of the human population has a reduced capability to digest lactose. When there is an absence in lactase, undigested lacto...

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Tips to Prepare Your Kids for Vaccines

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Why Your Kids Need Vaccination? Germs like viruses or bacteria infect the body, they attack and multiply into more number. This attack is called an infection, and it causes illness. The immune system has to fight against the infection. Once it fights off the infection, the body has a supply of cells that will assist identify and fight that disease in the future. These supplies...

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Is 'Dog Flu' being the Next Deadly Virus Disease?

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Past recent years, both bird flu and swine flu created a stir among the world. Now, a new warning may be on the possibility. A new study says that the influenza virus can jump from pigs to canines. Generally, an influenza virus jumps from birds to pigs, and then, finally, to human being. When new strains jump to humans, our immune systems, which doesn’t experience of these unknown pathog...

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This New Discovery Help us to Eliminate Brain Cancer

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NCI (National Cancer Institute) guesses that in 2018, there will be 23,880 latest diagnoses of GBM and other cancers of the central nervous system in the United States. GBM (Glioblastoma Multiforme) is a type of brain cancer that enlarges from non-neuronal cells found in the central nervous system. This Glioblastoma Multiforme is not easy to treat. Because the cells that form it are often ther...

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Everyone Must Know about the Types of Heart Attacks

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Heart diseases are extremely common all over the world; but, the rising of disease statistics is a cause for anxiety. Each and every heart condition is significant and needs immediate medical attention. Heart attacks occur when there is a blockage in the coronary arteries, which leads to trouble in blood flow to or from the heart. This blockage can cause permanent damage to the heart. There ar...

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World Breastfeeding Week: 9 Important Nutrition & Diet Tips for Mothers

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World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated across many countries on first 7 days of August (Aug 1 – 7), Promoted by World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The purpose of this week is to increase the awareness and importance of breastfeeding. This helps to build the infant’s immune system, provide essential nutrients and support baby development. Br...

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