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SEBI revokes curbs on Mudra <strong>Lifestyle</strong>

SEBI revokes curbs on Mudra Lifestyle

24 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Market regulator SEBI on Monday revoked restrictions imposed on Mudra Lifestyle, its directors and promoters for failing to meet the 25 percent minimum public shareholding norms within a specified deadline.

SEBI,   Mudra Lifestyle,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   Indian economy,  
Yogurt can keep diabetes away: Study

Yogurt can keep diabetes away: Study

25 Nov 2014

Washington: A daily tablespoon of yogurt can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a fifth, according to a new Harvard study.

Yoghurt,   type 2 diabetes,   diabetes,   insulin,   lifestyle habits,   health professional,  
Gene that reduces risk of stroke identified

Gene that reduces risk of stroke identified

25 Nov 2014

London: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered a gene that protects young and middle-aged adults from strokes.

Gene,   risk of stroke,   young adults,   middle-aged adults,   cervical artery dissection,   heart,   health,   lifestyle,  
India needs to revisit health strategy: WHO

India needs to revisit health strategy: WHO

12 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India needs to revisit its health promotion strategy for non-communicable diseases to increase awareness about simple and effective lifestyle changes to control diabetes, the World Health Organisation on Wednesday said.

India,   Health promotion,   Non-communicable diseases,   Lifestyle,   Diabetes,   World Health Organisation,   WHO,  
Use asafoetida for a healthy <strong>lifestyle</strong>

Use asafoetida for a healthy lifestyle

08 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Asafoetida, which adds a special flavour to your meal, has immense power to boost your heath. The miraculous spice, with its herbal formula offers several health, skin and hair benefits.

asafoetida,   healthy lifestyle,   healthy hair,   anti-ageing,   spice,   herbs,  
Poor lifestyles see Indian teens fall prey to ovarian disorders

Poor lifestyles see Indian teens fall prey to ovarian disorders

10 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A sedentary lifestyle, bad food habits and obesity are some of the leading causes of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) among Indian teenagers, with an estimated 10-30 percent adolescent girls being affected by it, health experts say.

sedentary lifestyle,   bad food habits,   obesity,   Polycystic Ovary Syndrome,   (PCOS),   Indian teenagers,  
Adopt healthy eating habits to stay fit

Adopt healthy eating habits to stay fit

04 Nov 2014

Los Angeles: Eating healthy does not have to be difficult. If you develop a routine of adopting positive healthy practices, eating healthfully can become second nature. Make a few changes in your lifestyle and adding few eating habits that can do wonders to your skin and body.

healthy lifestyle,   healthy habits,   healthy food,   water,   fruit salad,   vegetables,  
High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

29 Oct 2014

London: Drinking more than one and a half pints of milk a day could increase the risk of early death, a new study has warned. Researchers led by Professor Karl Michaelsson of Uppsala University in Sweden found that the high levels of lactose and galactose sugar in milk means that the drink in large quantities could have a negative effect.

milk,   early death,   high milk intake,   health,   lifestyle,   mortality risk,  
Wills <strong>Lifestyle</strong> to expand network in Tier II markets

Wills Lifestyle to expand network in Tier II markets

02 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Diversified conglomerate ITC is expanding network of its apparel retail chain Wills Lifestyle in tier II markets and is expecting increase of sales through online medium in the coming year from the non-metro places.

Wills Lifestyle,   tier II markets,   conglomerate ITC,   Jammu,   Bareilly,   ITC Lifestyle Retailing Business Division Chief Executive,   Atul Chand,  ,  ,   ,  
Healthy diet and <strong>lifestyle</strong> lowers stroke risk among women

Healthy diet and lifestyle lowers stroke risk among women

09 Oct 2014

London: Women following a healthy diet and lifestyle may be less likely to have a stroke, found a study. The study looked at five factors making up a healthy lifestyle; healthy diet, moderate alcohol consumption, no smoking, physically active and healthy body mass index (BMI).

Healthy diet,   stroke risk,   women health,   healthy lifestyle,   alcohol,   ,  

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