Yoga is usually understood as being limited to asanas or poses, and the advantages of yoga are associated with only physical well-being. However, yoga is also known for helping people manage stress and has many health benefits.
No smoking day is observed every year on the second Wednesday of March to encourage smokers to quit smoking.
Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder that causes brain cells to degenerate and die, leading to memory loss and cognitive decline.
Air pollution is defined as contamination of the air by natural and man-made pollutants. Most of these pollutants are poisonous and inhaling them directly affects our health conditions.
Every new year offers excitement for a fresh beginning, which is probably everyone looks forward to the new year.
The common cold is a viral infection affecting the nose and respiratory tract. Sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, and coughing are the most common symptoms of cold.
Bacteria are microscopic living things that have only one cell. There are both helpful and harmful bacteria. Some bacteria destroy cells causing infections and diseases, while others help with digestion and provide the vitamins necessary for the body.
The flu, or influenza, is an infectious disease that is triggered by the influenza virus. Flu (that is, the influenza virus) infects the respiratory tract – the nose, throat and lung.
Breastfeeding is nature’s way of providing newborns with a powerful and complete source of nutrition. Breastfeeding is also known to help mothers recover quickly from the many ‘side effects’ of childbirth.
Researchers have developed a blood test for cancer that may detect the presence of eight common cancers. Called CancerSEEK blood test, the CancerSEEK test detects tiny amounts of DNA and proteins released in the bloodstream from cancer cells.
Cancer is a condition where ‘abnormal cells’ in our bodies divide and grow uncontrollably. Alternatively termed ‘malignancy’, the typical result of this unrestricted cell growth is the destruction of normal body tissue, tumours (the converse is not true