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Dr. Reena Prajapat

Dr Reena Prajapat is a dentist, she post graduated in hospital management from Apollo Institute of hospital Administration, Hyderabad. Her strong belief in natural and home remedies lead her to Pursue bachelor in naturopathy.

Heel Pain : Causes and Treatment

Heel Pain

Your heel is the prominence at the posterior end of your foot. It is the largest bone in your foot forming the foundation of the rear part of your foot, it is also known as calcaneus. Your ankle and foot are made up of 33 joints and 26 bones, there are almost more than 100 tendons in this area. The ...

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Zika Virus Fever : Signs and Symptoms,Treatment

What is Zika Virus Fever

Recently, prevalence of having zika virus fever have shown an upside graph. Lack of signs and symptoms also pose a problem. Protect yourself and other family members, learn how you can contribute in preventing the spread of zika virus. What is Zika Virus Fever Zika fever is caused by a virus, which is transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, this mosquito usually ...

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Natural Home Remedies For Teenage Pimples

Exfoliate Regularly

How to Reduce the Teenage Pimples Skin is the largest organ of your body. It protects you from many micro-organisms, it helps in regulating your body temperature and permits various sensations like heat, cold and touch. Acne or pimples is the most common skin condition, it may affect many people at some time in their life. A pimple is a ...

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A Holistic Approach to Knee Pain

How to Get Rid of Knee Pain

How to Get Rid of Knee Pain Knee pain is one of the most common health conditions that can occur with any one of us. It may be because of an acute injury to the joint or because of any complications of some underlying medical conditions. It can be localized or diffused throughout the knee joint,and the treatment always depends ...

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Health Benefits of Bajra / Pearl Millet

Health Benefits of Bajra

Benefits of Bajra / Pearl Millet Bajra also is also known as pearl millet is the most widely grown variety of millet. Bajra is a storehouse of many nutrients and fiber; it is gluten-free, alkaline, and is commonly used as a wheat replacement. Nutritionists around the world are promoting the consumption of this particular grain because of the variety of ...

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Painkillers from your kitchen


When you are in pain not every time you need to pop a pain killer tablet. Try natural painkillers available in your kitchen. Painkillers From Your Kitchen 1.Cold pack Pulled muscle, muscle spasm, insect bites, Twisted or sprained ankle and bruises respond well to cold packs with ice. Cold therapy with the help of ice packs, frozen gel packs, ice ...

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Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

Benefits of Chia Seeds

Benefits of Chia Seeds Chia seeds contain omega-3 fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid), antioxidants (such as caffeic acid, chlorogenic acids, myricetin), dietary fibre, iron, and calcium. Though tiny, these shiny black seeds are loaded with an extensive list of health benefits and are gluten-free. They are from the mint family and are native to Mexico and Guatemala. Chia seeds were valued ...

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Home Remedies From your Kitchen Shelves

Anti-inflammatory foods and holy basil leaves for PCOS

Home Remedies From your Kitchen Shelves Illness never comes with prior notice, and you may not have medicines in your cabinet all the time. Do not worry as home remedies from your kitchen shelves may help you get rid of your illness or at least will ease pain and discomfort. Below is the list of common home remedies from your ...

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Health Benefits of Pineapple

Health Benefits of Pineapple

Benefits of Pineapple Pineapple is a tropical fruit, it is nutritionally packed and one of the healthiest fruit. It is rich in various vitamins, antioxidants, and enzymes. Pineapple belongs to the Bromeliaceae family; it is also known as Ananas Comosus. It is the third most famous fruit after banana and citrus. It is made up of a composite of many ...

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Contagious Skin Conditions You Should Be Aware Of

Contagious Skin Conditions

Contagious Skin Conditions Your skin is the largest organ of your body both regarding weight and surface area. It skin performs many functions like – protection (barrier against radiations, chemicals, bacteria, and virus), regulation (body temperature via hair and sweat), and sensation (via a network of nerve cells). Skin conditions are never amiable; rather they are unpleasant when infectious. The ...

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