Mediterranean diet cuts risk of heart attack

Dec 26, 20 Mediterranean diet cuts risk of heart attack

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The Mediterranean diet which is high in vegetables, whole grains, fish and olive oil, not only helps you lose weight but may also help reduce the risk of having another heart attack. The Mediterranean diet which is high in vegetables, whole grains, fish and olive oil, not only helps you lose weight but may also help reduce the risk...

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CSR: Allcargo Logistics will support free-of-cost life-saving surgeries for 50 underprivileged children

Dec 23, 20 CSR: Allcargo Logistics will support free-of-cost life-saving surgeries for 50 underprivileged children

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As part of its avowed commitment to extend a helping hand to marginalized sections of the society, Allcargo Logistics, global LCL consolidation leader and India’s largest end-to-end integrated logistics solutions provider, will support free-of-cost cardiac & other lifesaving surgeries for 50 underprivileged...

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The Surgeon’s Cut

Dec 10, 20 The Surgeon’s Cut

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At the hands of brilliant doctors, surgery has grown by leaps and bounds since the days of no anesthesia and unsterile equipment. BBC and Netflix’s docuseries The Surgeons Cut showcases four such surgeons, who are pioneering innovative and life-saving procedures in their own fields. As they work in fetal medicine,...

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Where is Dr. Devi Shetty From Netflix’s The Surgeon’s Cut Now?

Dec 10, 20 Where is Dr. Devi Shetty From Netflix’s The Surgeon’s Cut Now?

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“Surgery is an art, and surgeons are artists.” This is the first statement we hear from Dr. Devi Shetty, the renowned Indian cardiologist, in Netflix’s ‘The Surgeon’s Cut.’ In fact, he is so passionate about the field that if given an option, he would like to be reborn as a surgeon every time. Plus, to call him a pioneer of...

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Green tea: 5 reasons why it’s an all-star elixir

Nov 27, 20 Green tea: 5 reasons why it’s an all-star elixir

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The perfectly brewed Sencha. (Secai Marche pic) PETALING JAYA: There are tons of herbal teas on the market, from hibiscus and oolong tea to earl grey and chrysanthemum, but nothing hits the spot quite like a cup of green tea. The oldest recorded serving of tea took place in 815, in the Shoku Nihon Koki (Later Chronicles of Japan),...

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