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Could Ayurveda be the cure for ailing NHS?

By Drew McLachlan As the NHS shoulders a growing financial burden, the ancient Indian tradition of Ayurveda is being promoted as a way to take the pressure...

Researchers to work with India to promote Ayurveda globally

Researchers from across the world have vowed to work with India to promote Ayurveda globally, saying the ancient Indian system of natural and holistic...

Health and fitness during the holy month

ADVICE ABOUT BREAKING BAD HABITS AND MAKING SMART FOOD AND EXERCISE CHOICES by NAZIA KHATUN MUSLIMS all around the world will be fasting during Ramadan. This is...

‘Getting healthy starts in your mind’

By Asjad Nazir TODAY Aria Arora works as an employee in a government media company based in Germany and feels on top of the world,...

Omega-3s cut heart attack risk by 10 per cent

CONSUMING foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, sardines and anchovies, can reduce the risk of a deadly heart attack by 10...

Rajah Spices launches its delicious new range of Heat & Stir Dals

A delicious dal is a cornerstone of Asian households and nothing quite comes close to tucking into a hot dal with rotis, chapatis or...
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Emmerdale star Bhasker Patel gets behind the new ACT FAST stroke campaign

A new campaign fronted by Emmerdale actor Bhasker Patel hopes to raise awareness among south Asians of the common signs of stroke. Stroke is the...

Islamic court legalises ‘test tube babies’ in Pakistan

Pakistan’s top Shariah court has validated the option of using ‘test tube baby’ method for conceiving for the married couples having some medical complications. If...

Food phobias and fears

JUST because I am a complete foodie and always talking about it, I realise that not everyone has a healthy relationship with eating. For...

People who read books live almost two years longer than non readers

Anew study titled A chapter a day: Association of book reading with longevity published in the Social Science and Medicine journal recently suggests that...