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Five reasons why you should eat watermelon more this summer

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 30th June 2015

Five reasons why you should eat watermelon more this summer KARACHI: Watermelon have all the nutritious needed this summer to combat heatstroke. Watermelon contains 92% of water in each bite and 6% of sugar which will keep your body from dehydration. It is essential for cardio patients as it helps the blood to flow conveniently. This is because one cup of watermelon contains 250 millligrams...


How to prevent a heat stroke?

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 23rd June 2015

How to prevent a heat stroke? KARACHI: What should one do to fight off the heat? The EDO health for the city, Dr Zafar Ijaz, advises citizens to stay indoors, in the comfort of their air conditioners and fans. “People should try to remain inside their homes and avoid unnecessary outings,” he said, while talking to Aaj.tv. A heat wave in...


Dengue outbreak in Lahore

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 22nd June 2015

Dengue outbreak in Lahore Lahore: Another Dengue case is reported in Lahore on Monday, Aaj News reported. Gulam Abbas was taken to the hospital when he was feverish. After the arrival, his blood samples were sent to the Institute for public health, which confirmed the dengue virus. August, September and October is considered prone to increase in the diseases...


Dengue claims another life

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 20th June 2015

Dengue claims another life KARACHI: Dengue fever claimed another life in Karachi on Friday, raising the total death toll to four this year. The deceased, 15-year-old Areej Illyas, a resident of Saeedabad, Baldia Town, had been taken to Civil hospital with a high fever where she died during treatment, local media reported. So far four persons had died from...


Protecting children in war zones a moral imperative, legal obligation: UN chief

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 19th June 2015

Protecting children in war zones a moral imperative, legal obligation: UN chief UNITED NATIONS: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Thursday that protecting children was “a moral imperative and a legal obligation” and should never be jeopardized by national interests, while criticizing Israel for the death and suffering of Palestinian children during last summer’s conflict in Gaza. Speaking at the Security Council during an open debate on...


Pakistani doctor received a prestigious University Award

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 17th June 2015

Pakistani doctor received a prestigious University Award A Pakistani doctor received a prestigious University Award. Dr Saida Rasul, Senior Lecturer, Section of Dentistry, Department of Surgery, Aga Khan University has received the Order of British Columbia 2015, the province’s highest form of recognition, for her community services. “For 26 years, the Order of British Columbia has recognized the remarkable accomplishments and efforts...


5 ways dates improve health

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 17th June 2015

5 ways dates improve health WEB DESK: It is a Sunnah to break the fast with dates. Here are five ways dates are good for health Bone strength: Dates carried sufficient amount of minerals that strengthen the bones. They carry selenium, manganese, copper and magnesium. Digestive issues: Date contains fibers and other amino acids which can help the digestion of...


KFC serves ‘Fried Rat’ instead of Chicken wings

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 17th June 2015

KFC serves ‘Fried Rat’ instead of Chicken wings KFC has been entrapped in another dirty food controversy when it served ‘Fried rat’ instead of ‘Chicken Wings’. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was strolled across the social media after a man in the US claimed that he found a deep fried rat in his takeaway. Devorise Dixon, a California based professional said that he spotted...


Doctors warn against growing incidence of prostate cancer among men

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 15th June 2015

Doctors warn against growing incidence of prostate cancer among men KARACHI: Prostate cancer, a disease which severely affect their reproductive system is increasing in Pakistan. Medical experts talking to APP Monday attributed the situation in the country to sedentary life style coupled with active as well as passive smoking. “These tendencies have emerged to be almost a second nature in our context,” said Prof. Ahmed...


3 Ways to stay healthy this Ramzan

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 15th June 2015

3 Ways to stay healthy this Ramzan WEB DESK: The holy month of Ramzan is around the corner. This times fasts will be at least 15-hour long. Here are three ways to stay health on Ramzan. Eat healthy food during Sahar and Iftar: Eat healthy food and avoid processed food. Having ‘Pakoras’ for Iftar sounds delicious but fried foods have all the...


Nestle challenges noodles ban in Indian court

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 11th June 2015

Nestle challenges noodles ban in Indian court MUMBAI:  Nestle said on Thursday that it is challenging a ban imposed by India on its hugely popular Maggi instant noodles brand after tests showed they contained excessive levels of lead. Nestle said it had approached the high court in the western city of Mumbai seeking a judicial review of a June 5 order from...


New sensor to detect cancer, HIV, hepatitis

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 11th June 2015

New sensor to detect cancer, HIV, hepatitis ISLAMABAD: Researchers have developed a highly sensitive nanomechanical sensor that can detect cancerous tumours as well as viral disease markers for HIV, hepatitis and herpes. Researchers from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) developed the ultracompact nanomechanical sensor for analysing the chemical composition of substances and detecting biological objects, Medical Xpress reported. The sensor...


More than a million people at risk to lose their eye sight: Doctors

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 9th June 2015

More than a million people at risk to lose their eye sight: Doctors KARACHI: Eye Specialist and President, Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA), Dr Misbah ul Aziz said there are about 1.6 million people in the country suffering from one or the other eye condition and at high risk to lose their sight. Addressing doctors and paramedics attending patients at an eye camp organised by Prevention of Blindness...


Five ways to reduce cancer risk

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 6th June 2015

Five ways to reduce cancer risk WEB DESK: More people die from cancer than HIV, malaria and tuberculosis worldwide every year. You cannot prevent cancer from happening but you can reduce the possibility of obtaining it. Here are five simple ways to reduce cancer risk. Say no to tobacco: Using any type of tobacco means a direct confrontation with cancer. Even...


Five ways to shed weight

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 6th June 2015

Five ways to shed weight WEBDESK: The frustration of seeing extra pounds on the scale is understandable. Especially, women look so worried due to the weight gaining problem and then they desperately try those techniques which can help them in losing weight. Here are the ways through which you can control on your increasing weight easily. It’s all about small...


Five things you can do on World environment day

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 5th June 2015

Five things you can do on World environment day Today, we are celebrating World Environment Day. On this day, United Nations (UN) stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment as well as diverts political attention towards the environment. Different activities and campaigns take place on this day such as street rallies and parades, as well as concerts, tree planting, and clean-up campaigns. Here are five...


Six Uncomplicated ways to deal with Acne

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 4th June 2015

Six Uncomplicated ways to deal with Acne Acne does not only look ugly, it is downright painful. Here are a few ways that can help you control your acne. Get More Sleep The risk of psychological stress increases by 14% for every hour of sleep you lose in a night. Stress increases gluco-corticoid production, which can lead to abnormalities in skin structure...


What she thought was a headache, nearly took her life

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 1st June 2015

What she thought was a headache, nearly took her life WEB DESK: A 13-year old girl who though she had a headache was actually suffering a stroke which left her paralyzed, the DailyMail reported. Elizabeth Kiss was getting ready for a family wedding when she felt a sharp pain in her head. Minutes later she collapsed. The pain was so bad she thought she would...


Naegleria takes down seventh victim in Karachi

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 1st June 2015

Naegleria takes down seventh victim in Karachi KARACHI: After having remained under the treatment for three days, the seventh victim of Naegleria fowleri lost his life at the Civil hospital Karachi on Sunday, Aaj News reported. According to the officials, Muhammad Asif was suffering from severe headache, nausea and irritability when he was brought to the Civil Hospital. After three days of...


Five ways to brighten-up your day

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 29th May 2015

Five ways to brighten-up your day WEB DESK: Are you having a dull day? Do you feel lazy? Fed up with your daily routine? Here are five ways to start your day with a bang. Believe it or not this routine will light up your whole day. Water: Start your day by consuming at least two glasses of water. It will...


Three ways to eat mangoes

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 27th May 2015

Three ways to eat mangoes Here are three ways you can eat a mango. Mango almond This is an easy, delicious recipe. Just blend mangoes with chopped almonds and some sugar. To make it thinner you can add ice cubes while blending. Pour into a glass, and sip this yummy drink. Sweet and sour mango pickle Don’t forget to try...


Ten ways to heal a sinus infection

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 26th May 2015

Ten ways to heal a sinus infection WEB DESK: Sinus infections strike millions of people around the world every year. Allergies, viruses, bacteria, fungi, swimming, smoking and dry conditions are the causes that triggers infection. A stuffy nose, headache, pain & pressure in the face, coughing up phlegm, post nasal drip, fever, bad breath, toothache and no sense of smell are all...


Have more Fresh juices to be healthy

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 25th May 2015

Have more Fresh juices to be healthy WEB DESK: For today’s eat-on-the-run lifestyle, fresh juices are the perfect go-to food. Fresh juice either of fruits or vegetable contains all the goodness of the whole product in a condensed form. A number of health benefits are hidden inside fresh juices. Helps in losing weight Weight loss tops the list. If you start your...


10 reasons to eat an onion

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 25th May 2015

10 reasons to eat an onion WEB DESK: Consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds has long been associated with a reduced risk of many lifestyle-related health conditions. They are Nature’s remedy and provide immunity against different diseases. Here are few benefits of onions. Cancer: Allium vegetables have been studied extensively in relation to cancer, especially stomach and colorectal cancers. Onions...


No Malaria by 2030: WHO

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 23rd May 2015

No Malaria by 2030: WHO Picture Source : dailymail.co.uk WEB DESK: World health organization announced that, malaria will be eliminated from the world within the next 15 years. The announcement came in when diplomats from several countries gathered at Geneva to discuss the issue. There, they all agreed to the plan of cutting Malaria cases by 40 percent by 2020...


Bacteria blamed in indigenous Mexican baby deaths

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 23rd May 2015

Bacteria blamed in indigenous Mexican baby deaths MEXICO CITY: Bacteria — and not a contaminated vaccine as initially suspected — were to blame for the recent deaths of two Mexican babies and for sickening 29 others, according to an official investigation. The babies, from the indigenous town of Simojovel in southern Chiapas state, became sick after receiving Hepatitis B shots earlier this...


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