05 Hidden Side Effects Of Having Tea, How Many Of Them You Know Already

Tea

Tea is one of the most widely distributed and widely consumed beverages, not just in India but worldwide. It is also the cheapest. Thus, it is affordable for everyone, from the poorest to the richest. Whenever we feel lethargic, our first instinct is to consume tea. For a good reason, it has an unmistakable aroma. It is packed with a bunch of benefits to our body like :•reduced inflammation,•decreased risk of heart disease,•chronic illness,•lowered blood sugar, and much more. Although it can be good, some side effects to tea that…

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05 Hidden Side Effects Of Having Tea, How Many Of Them You Know Already

TEA

Tea is one of the most widely distributed and widely consumed beverages, not just in India but worldwide. It is also the cheapest. Thus, it is affordable for everyone, from the poorest to the richest. Whenever we feel lethargic, our first instinct is to consume tea. For a good reason, it has an unmistakable aroma. It is packed with a bunch of benefits to our body like :•reduced inflammation,•decreased risk of heart disease,•chronic illness,•lowered blood sugar, and much more. Although it can be good, some side effects to tea that…

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Adapting to the new lifestyle: Here’s how you can minimize your ‘pain’ while working from home

Work From Home

Even after one and a half years, the COVID-19 infection continues to wreak havoc across the world. To curb the rising infection cases, almost the entire world had gone into lockdown. In the meantime, several things changed including office work. Eventually, ‘Work from Home’ became a common term in everyone’s life. There’s no denying that ‘Work From Home’ is a decent option to keep people safe from infection without hindrance in official works. However, due to this, various kinds of health problems have risen among people. According to health experts,…

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How To Improve Eyesight Naturally? What to Eat and Which Exercise to Perform?

vision

Whenever we take action upon something, the beginning of that action always begins from our eyes because first, we see things then collect our thoughts in our mind and then take the necessary action. Our eyes see so many things in the surrounding, still, we do not care much about them. There were times when old-aged people were facing issues like weakening of eyesight or worsening of eye health. But now, even children and young adults are also facing eye-related issues. At the time of the pandemic, people were compelled…

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Difference Between Headaches and Migraines, When Should You Be Worried?

Mental Health

You have your headaches and your neck starts aching, what could be the reason? Well! Youu google it out and now there’s everything on the list starting from neck dislocation, brain tumor to migraines, and cancer. But wait! There’s a simple difference between things and you should carry good enough knowledge to make a calculated choices when going for medication. So, let’s dive deep and look at the difference that helps you to conclude weather or not, you should be worried. What’s The Difference Between Types Of Headaches? There are…

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Announces New Set of Relief Measures and Expands Scheme for Health and Tourism

Nirmala Sitharaman

On Monday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced new measures to provide relaxation to Covid hit-sectors, mainly small businesses, and tourism, apart from steps to boost health infrastructure both in the private and public sector. This time, her announcements were nothing different as they were a mixture of expansion of earlier existing steps, such as expanding the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS), rising from Rs. 3 Lakh Crores to Rs. 4.5 Lakh Crores. Until now, over 2.7 Lakh Crores loans have been sanctioned to only 1.1 Crore borrowers that are…

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As the Delta Plus variant continues to spread, the threat of third-wave; looms large over Maharashtra

delta plus

The pandemic’s third wave looms large over the state of Maharashtra amidst concerns regarding the Delta Plus variant (AY.1) of the coronavirus in the country. Maharashtra is witnessing an increase in the daily cases of COVID-19 once again. On Thursday, 9844 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the state. Apart from these cases, infections of the Delta Plus variant are also increasing continuously in the state. The Health Department issued a statement notifying that the total number of infected people in the state has gone up to 60,07,431. The…

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Coronavirus mutates to ‘alarming’ Delta Plus variant

Delta Plus

The Coronavirus is continuously changing its form. Due to this continuous change in the virus, doctors and scientists are advising rapid vaccination to avoid vaccine inefficiency. After the deadly second wave, another worrying news awaits the nation. According to a report, scientists have warned that the delta variant, also known as B.1.617.2, which caused havoc in the country in the second wave, has turned into a more dangerous variant than before. This changed variant is being called Delta Plus or AY.1. Scientists fear that even the monoclonal antibodies cocktail will…

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Pros and Cons of Vegan Diet for Children, Detailed New Study

Vegan Children

New scientific research offers insights into the growth, cardiovascular, and nutritional differences between vegan, vegetarian, and meat-eating children. The research merely focuses on the dietary influences on five to 10-year-old children and the research delivered a surprising result and found out that vegans have healthier cardiovascular profiles but they lack proper height, that is, shorter in height and display bone mineral deficiencies. University College London, Jonathan Wells, a renowned researcher says there is barely sufficient or adequate and incomplete data on the health effects of plant-based diets on children. Wells…

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This is why you should not take these ‘COVID-19 drugs’ without prescription

Remdesivir

Apart from the high mortality rate, the second wave of COVID-19 has resulted in multiple other problems. Difficulties like lack of ventilator beds, lack of oxygen as well as a shortage of medicines were clearly observed within the country. It was this second wave that detected the most-feared level of destruction. Although a high number of infections are reported almost daily, only a few patients need to be hospitalized. However, there are many cases where the home-quarantined patients self-medicate themselves without the advice of doctors and develop into irreversible complications.…

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