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6 skin problems you may face when your kidneys are not working well

6 skin problems you may face when your kidneys are not working well

Your skin can tell a lot about your overall health. Signs of kidney diseases can also be spotted on your skin. If you skin has turned dry, pigmented, discoloured and you are troubled with constant itching that gets worse in the night, it may be a sign that your kidneys are not functioning well. As we know that one of the most important functions of kidney is to remove all the toxins and waste from the blood. In case of chronic kidney diseases, this important organ is not able to do its job due to which toxin starts accumulating and its impact starts showing on skin as well as in the form of other health issues.

Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra's wedding: See 5 wedding-ready looks of Kiara

Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra's wedding: 5 wedding-ready looks of Kiara that prove she will be most gorgeous bride

Actor Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra are getting married! According to the paparazzi account of Viral Bhayani, the wedding will take place at Suryagarh Palace in Jaisalmer, and the festivities will begin from February 4 to February 6. With the couple's wedding just a few days away, we decided to look back at all the bridal lehengas Kiara Advani donned on various occasions and proved she will be the most gorgeous bride ever.

Things we need for our emotional health: Therapist explains

Things we need for our emotional health: Therapist explains

In order to keep a stable emotional health, we need to have a regular practice of putting ourselves first and maintaining relationships that create healthy spaces for us to grow. Addressing this, therapist Emily H Sanders wrote, “Things that help us thrive and contribute to our resilience. Best part? They are free.”

8 steps to avoid getting 'breadcrumbed' in your relationships

8 steps to avoid getting 'breadcrumbed' in your relationships

Breadcrumbing is a relationship pattern that involves sending sporadic and vague messages to keep someone interested without any real commitment. It is the act of showing small, inconsistent displays of interest in order to maintain attention from someone when you have no intention of being in a relationship with that person. It can be confusing and emotionally draining for the recipient. Whether you're in a new relationship or have been with someone for a while, it's crucial to set boundaries, communicate openly, and trust your instincts to ensure a healthy and fulfilling relationship.

Yoga asanas to combat headache: Malaika Arora’s trainer shares tips

Yoga asanas to combat headache: Malaika Arora’s trainer shares tips

“One of the causes of headaches, which are the most prevalent issue, is having a lot of stress in the muscles in your neck and shoulders. Yoga can benefit those who suffer from headaches by providing additional alleviation, according to research,” read an excerpt of Sarvesh Shashi’s recent Instagram post.

From empathy and compassion to emotional intelligence, having a pet at home can also help mould your child into a kind human being.

5 benefits of having pets for your child's development

If you have a kid and you are considering adopting a pet, it's probably not a bad idea. Kids connect instinctively with pets and there may be many reasons behind it. Your canine or feline friends love unconditionally and give all their attention to the little one making them feel special. Pets are the perfect companions for your kids and they are unlikely to feel lonely in their presence. Studies show that pets can reduce cortisol levels, combat loneliness, improve mood, and increase feelings of social support. Apart from mental health, there are also several physical health benefits for your child to have a pet at home from improved immunity to increased activity levels.

Those with HIV have a compromised immunity which makes them even more susceptible to TB. (HT FILE PHOTO)

HIV treatment still undermined by stigma

The treatment for HIV is a combination of drugs taken daily called antiretroviral therapy (ART). ART was first introduced in many developed countries in the mid-1990s, but only became available in developing countries around 2003, when international funding lowered distribution costs.

3 delicious slow cooker recipes for winter comfort food

3 delicious slow cooker recipes for winter comfort food

As the cold weather sets in, there's nothing more comforting than a warm and hearty meal. The slow cooker is the perfect kitchen tool to help you create delicious and comforting winter dishes. With its hands-off cooking method, it allows you to prepare meals ahead of time, making it easier to enjoy a delicious dinner even on busy weeknights. We've compiled a list of some delicious slow cooker recipes that are perfect for winter comfort food. These dishes are easy to make, packed with flavour, and guaranteed to warm you up from the inside out. So, gather your ingredients, set your slow cooker, and let's get cooking!

Model leaves everyone shocked as she drags tablecloth, food connected to dress.

Model leaves everyone shocked as she drags tablecloth, food connected to dress at Copenhagen fashion week. Viral video

On Thursday (IST), designer siblings Nanna and Simon Wick presented their Autumn/Winter 2023 collection at the Copenhagen Fashion Week. The designers broke all preconceived notions about the runway shows as co-founder Simon Wick's partner Sarah Dahl stood up to close the show. She was sitting alongside the guests on a table with wine-stained linens, candles burning low, and half-eaten plates of food. And then, she surprised everyone as she began her walk and took all the dinner utensils with her because the tail of the dress was the tablecloth itself. Watch the vide inside.

A World Health Organization (WHO) report released in 2020 said 1 in 10 Indians will develop cancer in their lifetime and 1 in 15 will die of it.

World Cancer Day 2023: Top 4 deadliest cancers in India and their symptoms as per oncologists

Cancer cases across the globe have been on rise and lifestyle factors play a significant role in this increase. A World Health Organization (WHO) report released in 2020 said 1 in 10 Indians will develop cancer in their lifetime and 1 in 15 will die of it. In India the sharp rise in cancer have been associated with factors like being overweight, tobacco and alcohol consumption, sedentary lifestyle and lack of exercise. As per the cancer registry data, it is estimated that there will be about 800,000 new cancers cases in India every year and there is likely to be 3 times this load i.e about 240,000 cases. Many of the cancers are preventable if people modify their lifestyle and avoid harmful habits that are increasing their risk of getting this dreaded disease.

Social isolation linked to Dementia risk factors: Study

Social isolation linked to Dementia risk factors: Study

Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) is a growing public health crisis, with an annual global cost of more than $1 trillion US. There has been increasing evidence that social isolation is associated with an increased risk of ADRD, but the links between social lifestyle and other known ADRD risk factors are less well understood.

Elegance of Indian necklaces: Must-have pieces for this wedding season

Elegance of Indian necklaces: Must-have pieces for this wedding season

Jewellery is an indispensable part of bridal wear. Indian necklaces are renowned for their intricate designs, use of precious stones, and traditional gold and silver work. In this wedding season, brides can add a touch of elegance to their bridal look by incorporating some of the must-have pieces. Reflecting on the changing times that are shaping our world today where a more conscious spirit drives the consumer’s sentiment. We are seeing a huge shift towards building a more classic, versatile and functional wardrobe even for weddings. Jewellery pieces are an important part of the Indian wedding culture and will help the bride stand out on her special day.

Aloo Gobhi recipe

Learn how to make delicious Aloo Gobhi in just 10 minutes

Aloo Gobhi is a flavorful dish that is quick and easy to make. It is a great way to get your daily dose of vegetables and protein. The dish is made with potatoes, cauliflower, and a variety of spices. The combination of these ingredients creates a unique flavour that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli arrive in Mumbai after Rishikesh holiday with Vamika.

Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli arrive in Mumbai after Rishikesh holiday with Vamika, rock comfy athleisure. See pics, video

On Wednesday, the paparazzi clicked Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli at the airport. The pictures and videos showed Anushka and Virat, who returned from Rishikesh, dressed in stylish coordinated athleisure fits. The couple is known for keeping their airport sartorial choices comfy and chic. And this look ticked all the boxes in these departments. While Anushka wore a blue sweatshirt and jogger pants set, Virat complemented her in a black tee, matching pants and a jacket. Read our download on their jet-set fits.

Sepsis increases risk of heart failure, rehospitalisation after discharge: Study

Sepsis increases risk of heart failure, rehospitalisation after discharge: Study

Sepsis is a leading cause of hospitalization and death worldwide. Each year in the U.S., about 1.7 million people develop sepsis, an extreme immune response to an infection in the bloodstream that can spread throughout the whole body and lead to organ failure and possibly death.

Growing up as the invisible child: Psychologist explains

Growing up as the invisible child: Psychologist explains

People who are brought up amidst difficulties and challenges, and do not have much to cherish about their childhoods, often end up becoming tough and difficult individuals with emotional issues in their adult relationships. Being an invisible child can also be difficult for children, who end up being easy and responsible from a very early stage in their lives. Addressing this, Psychologist Nicole LePera shared the reasons of being an invisible child, and how it can impact us later in life.

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