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  • 5 proven Cancer-causing foods you should stop eating right now

    You are what you eat! Fresh foods flourishing with nutrients when eaten in the right way ensures that you lead a healthy, disease-free life. But if your plate is filled with foods that do not come from an organic source and is impregnated with toxins, then every morsel of that food can be building a

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  • Diet and Cancer

    Diet and Cancer

    Cancer is a genetic disease caused by a mutation in the DNA. This mutation can be triggered by a range of factors; genetic inheritance, environmental factors, lifestyle choices and food preferences being the major contributors. Diet plays the role of a double sword in cancer. It can feed cancer or kill cancer. Several foods are

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  • Yoga and Cancer

    Yoga and Cancer

    Yoga is a branch of the 5000-year-old traditional Indian practice of medicine. It basically means unison of the mind, body and spirit in a perfect state of balance which helps one connect to their inner-self. The inner-self is free from fear and greed, unmoved by joys or sorrow. This encourages stillness, calmness, deep breathing and

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  • Saliva – A Very Important Secretion

    Saliva – A Very Important Secretion

    Saliva is an important secretion from the body, whose presence and the role in multiplicity of functions is rarely appreciated in normal circumstances but more felt so in absentia. Patients may present with a range of signs and symptoms, the severity of which depending upon the causative factors. Also read: The Geography Of Cancer The

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  • Symptoms Related To The Deficiency Of Salivary Secretions

    Symptoms Related To The Deficiency Of Salivary Secretions

    Reductions in the Quantity of salivary secretions or Quality – changes in the properties of saliva are responsible for a host of related oral and dental problems which impact directly upon the Quality of Life . These include: Difficulties in eating and speaking Alterations in taste (dysgeusia) Increased plaque formation Increased risk of dental caries,

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  • Saliva Flow Rate & Bacterial Load In Mouth

    Saliva Flow Rate & Bacterial Load In Mouth

    Flow Rat: Un-stimulated (resting) 0.3-0.4 ml/min Also read: Symptoms Related To The Deficiency Of Salivary Secretions (Abnormal <0.1ml/min) Simulated (chewing-taste-psychological) 1-2 ml/min (Abnormal <0.5) To know more: Saliva

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  • Story Of A Brave Heart And A Cancer Survivor: An Interview With Aruna Khot

    Story Of A Brave Heart And A Cancer Survivor: An Interview With Aruna Khot

    Zuvius: What were the circumstances that made you decide to go for a checkup? Aruna: I experienced continuous loss of appetite and loss of weight, skin trouble and change of taste for nearly 1 ½ years. After various tests, running around consulting various doctors for nearly 1 ½ years, finally was diagnosed on 26.02.11 with Ovarian

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  • Story Of A Brave Heart And A Cancer Survivor: An Interview With Archna Kapoor

    Story Of A Brave Heart And A Cancer Survivor: An Interview With Archna Kapoor

    Zuvius:  What were the circumstances that made you decide to go for a checkup? Archna: I noticed one node in my neck and immediately I decided to get all my checkups done. My husband and I consulted our family doctor and all the cancer-related checkups were done. I was diagnosed with third stage advanced renal carcinoma.

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  • Manisha Koirala – A Warrior & An Inspiration

    Manisha Koirala – A Warrior & An Inspiration

    True beauty never really fades away. It may wear down with the tides of time but will always remain a source of joy and comfort. Manish Koirala is one such beauty. After a stint with cancer she has come out of it totally unscathed and the beautiful Manisha is as gorgeous as ever bubbling with

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  • Too Young For Cancer, Too Strong To Be Defeated: Prateek Speaks About How He Faced Cancer And Defeated It

    Too Young For Cancer, Too Strong To Be Defeated: Prateek Speaks About How He Faced Cancer And Defeated It

    Zuvius: What were the circumstances that made you decide to go for a check-up? Prateek: April 20, 1998- It was my nineteenth birthday and I woke up with a slight pain in my left testicle. I have had this pain for the last few years since a ball had hit me there while playing cricket

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