Exercises to manage shoulder pain

Door lean Stand in a door way with both arms on the wall slightly above your head . Slowly lean forward until you feel a stretch in the front of your shoulder. Hold for 15-30 seconds. Repeat 3 times. This exercise is not suitable if the shoulder is impingement.   Door Press (part 1) Stand […]

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14 benefits of Apple

Get whiter, healthier teeth An apple won’t replace your toothbrush, but biting and chewing an apple stimulates the production of saliva in your mouth, reducing tooth decay by lowering the levels of bacteria. Avoid Alzheimer’s A new study performed on mice shows that drinking apple juice could keep Alzheimer’s away and fight the effects of aging on the […]

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4 Best exercises to improve heart health

Aerobic or cardiovascular exercise is any form of activity that increases your respiratory and heart rate, essentially challenging your heart to work harder and become stronger. Cardiovascular fitness will improve the way your body uses oxygen. As your heart becomes stronger, you will find that you aren’t winded walking up the stairs, you can perform […]

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10 Powerful Bodyweight Exercises for Strength and Speed

Getting in shape without access to a gym or any fancy equipment is totally doable. In fact, bodyweight exercises can not only build muscle and burn fat, they’ve been shown to improve athletic performance and build speed and power, too 1. Reverse Lunge Knee Up: Begin by standing on one foot (think Karate Kid), then step the opposite foot backwards […]

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Human life value is used to estimate required sum insured

Published in Mint on July 24th 2013, Written by Kapil Mehta Human Life Value is an estimate of the financial value of a human life. What does human life value mean and why is it important when it comes to life insurance policies? How is this figure calculated? – Bani Ghosh Human life value is […]

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20 Good Habits You Need To Start In Your 20s

20. Focus on the activities and people that make you happy.- This isn’t high school anymore, where we have to please people just to be considered cool and fit in. This is the real world and in the real world all you have to worry about is yourself and not what others think about you. […]

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8 Foods You Should Eat to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

Beans If you’re looking for foods that raise blood-sugar levels slowly and gently like rolling waves, choose high-quality carbohydrates instead of low-quality carbs like refined grains and sugary foods. Whenever possible, you’ll want to couple these carbs with protein and/or healthy fat. Beans (including black, white, navy, lima, pinto, garbanzo, soy, and kidney) are a winning combination of […]

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25-Benefits-to-Drinking-Green-tea

Helps you lose weight If you want to cut those extra inches around your tummy, switching to green tea could be a simpler way. A new study shows that green tea extract increases the rate of calorie burning by the body. It reduces blood fat, cholesterol, bloated ness, detoxifies the body and suppresses untimely food […]

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Five Foods to Help You Prevent or Cure Cancer

When people are diagnosed with cancer, most of them go into shock. They hear the doctor give them the diagnosis, tell them what medications and treatments they will be given, and that’s usually pretty much that. Very few people look at ways to change their lives to improve their chances of surviving. Yet there are […]

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5 Simple Daily Yoga Exercises For Good Health

Some of the selected daily exercises from yoga for healthy living are given below. These exercises will not only help you rejuvenate, but will also combat stress and keep you healthy. These exercises are very simple and each asanas requires 4-5 minutes. Shava Asana (The Corpse/ Death Pose): Just lie down on the mat, close […]

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