November 14th is on the way and every year we celebrate it as "Children's Day" to increase awareness about the rights, care, and education of children. Health and Nutrition are also important aspects of a child's overall mental and physical development. Healthy kids, without a doubt, will create Healthy India. However, this is our plight today that most youngsters and parents are least informed about Nutrition, Exercise, and Ayurveda.
If the west has Valentine’s Day, India has Karwa Chauth. On this auspicious day, Indian wives keep ‘Nirjala’ fast for the long life and prosperity of their husbands. The wives eat little before dawn and then stay empty stomach for the whole day without drinking water. This fast has its reference in many Hindu mythological stories. In the night, the wife looks at the moon through a sieve and then breaks her fast by consuming water from her husband’s hand.
For women, there is no running away from this time of the month. However, it is very unfortunate that basic biological processes are often hushed among other important issues in society. Discussion about menstruation is a taboo. Many girls don't even know about menstruation.
What’s that one healthy food that was originated in India and now has taken over the world? Take some hints, it’s made from milk; Ayurveda says it has medicinal life-giving properties and, our grandparents used to consume it on daily basis without any worry.
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Dr. Pretty Kamboj
Psoriasis is an acute skin disorder. This is an autoimmune disease. This means that your immune system destroys your body rather than protects you. Psoriasis leads to scaly spots in the skin that are sometimes silver or red and can be itchy and painful. The spots can come and go over a few days to over a month.
The festival of colors is nearly here, and the enthusiasm can be felt in the air. As the spirits soared, the weather became warmer. The fusion of color and excitement is ringing our door. We are all ready to welcome and embrace the fun of the Holi Festival. A variety of color shops have appeared in the busy market, with a variety of fountain guns and colorful balloons available for purchase.
It is believed that when God got tired of creating only men, he created woman to remove his monotony. God made her life full of adventures which he could later watch from heaven and get amused. There is no denial in the fact that a woman’s journey is no less than a roller coaster ride.