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Why is it more difficult to lose weight if you are a vegetarian diet?

Removing all meat, fish and poultry from your daily meals appears not working. But eliminating meat is not the only way you should consider when trying to lose weight under a plant-based diet. Vegetables and fruits contain less calories, fat and protein than animal foods but they will not guarantee weight loss. There are some […]

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Find out if obesity is caused due to overeating or stress

Does stress make you fat, even if you don’t overeat? That is the question researchers from UCL have been trying to answer by giving volunteers of different shapes and sizes a haircut and measuring levels of the stress hormone cortisol in their hair. Long-term stress raises cortisol levels, and the researchers found that the larger […]

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Know why a diverse diet may not always be the best healthy choice

Most healthy eating advice focuses on eating a variety of foods to ensure you’re sampling from a range of different food groups. That way, health experts say, you’re more likely to get everything that your body needs. But in the latest review of the topic, scientists found that having a diverse diet may not necessarily […]

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When a Jaipur-Hyderabad superfast express halted, to save a two-year-old

Superfast Express halts its journey, to save a two-year-old on-board

It was a regular Wednesday evening for the passengers of Jaipur-Hyderabad superfast express and the railway staff manning the control room between Nanded and Aurangabad divisions. But, suddenly a phone call received by the Nanded railway division office, changed the relaxed atmosphere altogether. Two-year-old Rudra Sharma was traveling with his family on-board. Rudra, who was […]

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Infant deaths can be prevented if they are breast-fed for the first six months

The study reveals that most mothers who formula-feed their infants report feelings of guilt, stigma, and a need to defend their feeding choice. Study leader Dr. Jo Harrold, of the Infant Feeding Group (LiFe) at the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Psychology in the United Kingdom, and colleagues recently published their findings in the journal […]

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