Myths about rice: Can't live without rice? From brown rice being healthier than white rice to rice not being safe for diabetics, read myths about rice which have been doing rounds for quite some time now.
How to prevent eye infections?
An eye infection is usually caused by bacteria or a virus. Eye infections include styes, conjunctivitis, trachoma etc and can occur in any age group. Following simple hygiene tips like washing your eyes with fresh water frequently and not sharing personal items like towels, eyes drops, contact lenses, eye make-up etc can help prevent eye infections.
Can Diabetics Eat Mangoes?Who doesn't love a sweet juicy mango? But what about all the myths around this fruit - Can diabetics eat mangoes? Will I become fat if I eat mangoes? Do mangoes cause acne? etc. Let's hear what Pooja Malhotra, Nutritionist, has to say about these myths.
Build up reserves of Calcium and strengthen your bones, particularly before you are 35 years old. Rich sources of Calcium include milk and milk products like cheese, paneer, dahi, lassi (buttermilk), raita, kheer and kulfi.
Genetic testing refers to the mapping of genes, chromosomes and proteins of an organism's body. It is performed to find out various genetic diseases that cannot be diagnosed easily or those that do not have a definite diagnostic technique.