8 Natural& Easy Ways to Get Rid of Blackheads

New Delhi:We all hate blackheads and erasing them can be such a pain. Squeezing them out, getting a facial, using nose strips – it can all be so overwhelming! With the ever-increasing pollution and dust around us, the stress of a hectic lifestyle, and harmful chemicals in the products we use, blackheads are a common sight.

Also referred to as open comedones, blackheads are small, reddish-brown or black bumps that are a result of clogged skin pores. Dead skin cells and oils accumulate in the opening of the skin follicles, producing a bump. If the skin over this bump opens, exposure to the air makes it look black, hence the name blackhead. Squeezing them out is not the best idea as it can lead to inflamed skin, and eventually, scarring.


Side Effects Of Air-Conditioning You Sould Watch Out For!

New Delhi: Technology affects our everyday lives in numerous ways. Over the years, it has made our lives a lot simpler than it used to be. But like everything else, the benefits of technology also have their own flip side.

With summer just around the corner and as the average temperature across the world rises due to the effects of global warming, most of us prefer to spend our time inside air-conditioned rooms, as it soothes us and helps us to work efficiently. But air-conditioning can also have some drastic effects on our health. 


Worried About Exams; Eat The Best Vegetarian Food For Concentration And Focus

New Delhi:Despite all the wonderful foods out there, there are none which can boost IQ or make one smarter. However there are several foods which can energize and help you concentrate.

Sugar but glucose is your brain's preferred fuel source, which your body processes from the sugars and carbs you eat. This is why it is essential to eat a healthy breakfast on the day of an exam.

Studies have found that eating breakfast improves short-term memory and attention. Students who eat it tend to perform better than those who don’t. However, researchers also found that high-calorie breakfasts appear to hinder concentration.


India 12th Worst Among Low-Income Countries In New born Mortality

New Delhi: India has been ranked 12th-worst among 52 low-middle income countries based on the number of children dying within the first month of their birth, which is 25.4 per 1,000 live births.

Pakistan is the worst with 45.6 newborn deaths per 1,000 live births, according to the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) which has, for the first time, come out with rankings based on their newborn mortality rate (the number of deaths per 1,000 live births).

Japan, with an NMR of 0.9 deaths per 1,000 live births, has been ranked the world's safest country in which to be born followed by Iceland (1) and Singapore (1.1). The US's NMR stands at 3.7, only slightly better than lower-middle income countries like Sri Lanka and Ukraine, and is ranked 15 among high-income countries.


Say No To Lift; Climbing Stairs Can Make You Really Fit

New Deli: High blood pressure or Hypertension is fast emerging to be one of the biggest health concerns globally. Hypertension was one of the biggest killers of 2016, and is known to be linked with countless problems like diabetes, stroke, heart disease and kidney failure. High blood pressure is a condition where the force of the blood against the artery walls is too high.

This blood pushing against the walls of your blood vessels increases the workload of heart, the stress of which may also result in a stroke. According to a latest study, climbing stairs may help control hypertension.