WHO: Malaria vaccine to be 'real life' tested in Africa

26-Apr-2017

The world's first malaria vaccine will be available in selected areas of Ghana, Kenya and Malawi from 2018, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The UN body's regional office for Africa said in a statement on Monday that RTS,S injectable...

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Health Benefits of Raisins

17-Apr-2017

Raisins are irreplaceable as a healthy member of the dry fruits category. These golden, green or black delicacies are favorites of almost everyone, particularly children. Raisins are widely used in cultural cooking around the world (especially in...

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Get Yourself Classic French Manicure at Home!!

17-Apr-2017

Remove your old nail polish. Dip a cotton swab into some nail polish remover and remove all of your old nail polish, even if it’s clear. Be sure to remove traces of polish from all the corners and cracks, since you’ll be able to see other...

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Health benefits of Mango

17-Apr-2017

1. Cancer prevention 2. Improves vision 3. High in copper 4. Improves sex life 5. Alkalizes the body 6. Improves digestion 7. Lowers cholesterol 8. Improves memory & concentration

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Health Benefits of Muesli

17-Apr-2017

1. Muesli is an excessively rich source of insoluble and soluble fiber which is helpful in reducing the cholesterol.   2. The sudden fluctuations in the sugar levels can be stabilized with the soluble fiber present in muesli.   3. The oats...

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Conscious conception for a healthy pregnancy and happy babies

17-Apr-2017

A mother is the soil in which a child grows, embodies, and learns the deepest lessons of life. Others who are close to an expecting mother, including the father and siblings or the family, are also a part of the Attachment Womb and can become conscious...

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Bill Gates shares a story of a South African Tuberculosis patient

17-Apr-2017

The world’s richest man Bill Gates on Wednesday shared the heart-touching story of a South African tuberculosis (TB) patient indicating the efforts she put in fighting the disease, barely a month after celebrating successes in the fight against...

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Ebola crisis

17-Apr-2017

A recent research suggests that Ebola had dramatically adapted to infect human tissues with ease in the first few months of the 2014-15 outbreak. Two studies found a mutation increased the virus’ ability to infect human cells fourfold. Scientists...

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Burkina Faso sees 20 deaths due to dengue

17-Apr-2017

Dengue fever has killed at least 20 people have been killed in the West African state of Burkina Faso due to dengue fever. And about 2,000 cases of the disease have been recorded. Dengue is a mosquito-borne disease which is prevalent in sub-tropical and...

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Broken heart syndrome: Can someone die of a heartbreak

17-Apr-2017

In 2012, when British actress Mary Tamm, known for her role in popular television series ‘Doctor Who’, succumbed to cancer, her husband Marcus Ringrose died just hours later while writing ‘Thank you’ notes to those who had sent...

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