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Medication Such As Combiflam, D Cold Total And Others Found To Be ‘Substandard’
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization, which regulates the sale and distribution drugs in India, has reportedly found popular medication like Combiflam, a pain reliever, and D Cold Total, a cold medicine, to be substandard.
 
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Make sure you prepare meals with low calories. Switch to low-fat milk, low-fat cheeses and use mustard or olive oil instead of butter and ghee. Try eating whole grain cereals, legumes, vegetables and fruits in order to add more fibre to your diet.
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Fri, Apr 21, 2017
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization, which regulates the sale and distribution drugs in India, has reportedly found popular medication like Combiflam, a pain reliever, and D Cold Total, a cold medicine, to be substandard.
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Researchers have reported that drinking at least one artificially sweetened beverage daily has been found to be associated with almost three times the risk of developing stroke or dementia compared to those who drank artificially sweetened beverages less than once a week.

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