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My wife beat cancer

Saurabh Tankha …and the world came crashing down. “The FNAC (Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology) report is positive. Your wife has cancer”. For years after the doctor who broke this news to us at Delhi’s Holy Family Hospital in 2006, I wondered with how much ease and comfort could he say it. Perhaps he was a professional, […]Read More

5 amazing benefits of sunflower seeds

Team L&M Sunflowers seeds. We all like to munch on them, they are so tasty, after all. But have you ever wondered that apart from satisfying our taste buds these seeds are also great for our physical and mental health? Well, those of you who are not aware about it, have a quick look at […]Read More

Five health benefits of broccoli

Team L&M It protects you from UV radiation Broccoli extract is a better sunscreen than any sunscreen cream/lotion you get in the market. While sunscreen absorbs UV radiation, preventing it from reaching your skin, broccoli extract gets absorbed into your skin, defending it from the inside-out. The effects of broccoli extract can last for up […]Read More

Five reasons why you should donate blood

Team L&M Donating blood is not only a noble act but also a necessary one. Blood that matches the receiver’s blood group and which is safe to be used is difficult to find easily in hours of emergency. To promote this noble cause we celebrate June 14, as World Blood Donors Day. On this day […]Read More

Time for a wake-up call

By Dr Arun Kumar Giri Tobacco consumption remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide, claiming about six million lives each year. The World Health Organisation (WHO) expects the figure to reach eight million a year by 2030. Tobacco usage has an overall impact on national economies with declining productivity and inflating healthcare costs. […]Read More

Fitness with Jack of all Fruits

By Dr Divya Sharad Not very well known to the majority, Jackfruit (kat-hal in Hindi) is not only a delight to the tongue but also plays a vital role in keeping an individual healthy. Called Artocarpus Heterophyllus, Jackfruit grow in tropical and sub-tropical regions throughout the world. It can be eaten either raw (as vegetable […]Read More