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Your diet plan to fight inflammation is here, include these 5 nutrients

Most health advice doesn’t fail to mention inflammation. You probably know that you’re supposed to keep your body’s inflammation levels under check. But what exactly is it? And why is too much of it bad for you? Simply put, inflammation is part of the body’s immune response. A defense mechanism. As Pooja Thacker, nutritionist, Bhatia Hospital, Mumbai, puts it, “Inflammation Read More


Lose weight faster with these 4 fun ways to include fruits, veggies in diet

Let’s face it. Healthy food isn’t always the most exciting. If you’re like us, you’re dead tired of eating khichdi for dinners and ordering a sad-looking salad every time you go to a restaurant. Surely, there had to be sneaky ways we can include some fruits and vegetables into our meals. Fortunately, Harman Sawhney, brand chef, Hoppipola, Mumbai, agrees. Here’s Read More


Deals Buzz: P&G to acquire Merck India business for Rs1,300 crore

In India, Merck’s consumer health business is one of the largest in supplying vitamins, minerals and supplements, with products such as Neurobion, Polybion and Evion. Photo: Bloomberg Mint brings to you your daily dose of top deals reported by newsrooms across the country. NCLT puts ArcelorMittal, Numetal back in the race for Essar Steel The fight for control of bankrupt Essar Read More


24-Year-Old Accountant Gives Up Over 100 Crore Business To Become A Monk

Mokshesh Sheth managed his family business for two years after becoming a chartered accountant. AHMEDABAD:  A 24-year-old chartered accountant belonging to an affluent Jain family has embraced monkhood today. In the process, he has given up on his career and a family business worth over Rs. 100 crores. Mokshesh Sheth managed his family business for two years after becoming a chartered accountant (CA). Read More


Moneycontrol Ultimate Business Quiz #23: Test your knowledge

1/40 Q1. It is the Japanese concept that means “a reason for being”. Which word fits in the middle? 2/40 Answer: Ikigai 3/40 Q2. Which institution’s name is blanked out. Who runs it now? 4/40 Answer: The Great Eastern Hotel 5/40 Q3. It can be connected to a work where an individual introduces us to the city’s icons, like X Read More


Mother’s obesity may trigger early puberty risk in daughters

Maternal overweight and hyperglycemia or high blood sugar are linked to the earlier onset of puberty in girls, which can lead to multiple adverse health developments in adulthood, finds a study. The results showed that maternal obesity (body mass index of 30 or more) and overweight (body mass index between 25 and 30) in mothers was associated with 40% and Read More


Don’t exercise 3 hours before bedtime, here’s why it will do you no good

Working out in a gym will do you no good if you are not smart about your fitness routine. Turns out, working out late can have an adverse effect on your health since it could disrupt your sleep cycle and impact your lifestyle. Contrary to popular belief that late-night workout can tire your body and help you sleep like a Read More


Sunglasses are not just a fashion statement in summer. They offer some real health benefits too

Sunglasses and summers go hand-in-hand. Apart from being a summer fashion statement; sunglasses also help in protecting our eyes from various eye problems. Here are a few reasons why sunglasses are your best friend this summer: Blocks UV Rays You must always look for sunglasses that give you 100% UVA and UVB protection. This provides full protection against the sun’s Read More


9 things your pharmacist wishes you knew

Did you know they can save you money, time and embarrassment? A major new public health campaign is urging people to consult a pharmacist first for minor illness, instead of their GP or A&E. The Stay Well campaign aims to reduce the number of unnecessary doctor and hospital visits, which are estimated to cost the NHS £850 million per year. Due to Read More


8 things you need to know about breast cancer

Author and breast cancer survivor Nicola Sellars opens up about the things that would have made her cancer journey a little bit easier Any sort of cancer diagnosis can be life-changing and, no matter how ‘prepared’ you might be, there are some things that come with the disease that you simply can’t predict. Here, author and breast cancer survivor Nicola Read More