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I am suffering from dry cough for the last 1 week. Can you suggest what should be done? And acidity also.
Hello doctor. I'm 29 years old female unmarried. I have 3 small fibroadenomas in my left breast. From past a few days I'm feeling a tiny lump near my nipple in my right breast. I'm worried. Can it be serious. Please reply to me as soon as possible.
Hello sir I am 25 year old and from 2 weeks I am suffering from backpain plse sir tell me what to do?
Hello Sir, I am 26 years old. U have got my previous question that my penis water gets discharge before doing sex .So I didn't got the proper answer. What I will do properly now ?Tell me. If I will consult you then pls send me the Address of urs clinic in nearby New delhi. So that I will be really appreciable for u.
Dear sir / madam My skin on belly side and under surround infection (red type skin) tell me any medicine name.
Hello Doctors, Mera weight abhi 55 kg h but now a days me bohot zada khana kha rha hu byt weight increase ni hora please help me what I do my age is 19 years.
Is it advisable to change from use of common salt to rock salt (potassium chloride)? will it lead to sodium depletion? or will it be better to take 50 percent each?
My daughter is 12 years old and she is suffering from heavy lies and nuts in her hair from last 2 years, please advice for permanent cure.
I have red eyes for over two days. I am not able to sleep correctly. Please help me for this. I am so consistent at my food and all daily activities. Please help me at my question. Thankyou.
I am farmer and I am 60 year old man. I work a lot in fields but last some months I feel tired almost time. I not able to work. What type of doctor I should consult.
What are the symptoms of dengue and if a person is suffering from dengue, what are the things that he should take care of?
Brrrr! the season of cold winds and chilly nights is upon us. Winter has officially arrived. Along with the winter chill, this season also brings along chapped lips, a god awful flu and sudden shivers. But you don't have to surrender. Here's how to stop a cold before it takes hold.
1. Sweet potato
While sweet potatoes may not be considered a traditional cold-fighting food, they're a great source of vitamin a, which plays a key role in maintaining the health of your mucosal surfaces. This includes the inside of your nose and your gastrointestinal tract, as well as your skin. You might not think of your skin as part of your immune system but it keeps infections from entering your body. It's your first line of defense.
One of the most recent spices to be crowned a superfood, turmeric is a rich yellow powder often used in curry dishes. It's high in antioxidants and considered a natural anti-inflammatory. If you take it on a daily basis, it is known to relieve the body of toxins. It has been shown that people who consume turmeric are less susceptible to colds, coughs, and congestion.
3. Hot chocolate
Curling up with a cup of hot cocoa is one way to feel snug but adding a little dark chocolate to your diet is a great health booster too. The sweet contains flavonoids, a type of antioxidant thought to reduce the damage caused by free radicals, potential instigators of cancer and cardiovascular disease. A study in the journal of immunology research found that red blood cells were less susceptible to free radicals after people consumed a drink with flavonoid-rich cocoa.
Cinnamon, and other spices boost your metabolism which generates body heat. Include more spices in your meals, even if they are sprinkled on top, just a little bit. Cumin, coriander, turmeric, cloves, paprika, pepper, nutmeg and allspice are other good ones to incorporate as well. The hottest spices - like cayenne - will make you sweat and actually release heat from your body.
5. Coconut oil
As they metabolize, fats, in general, can help keep you warm. Besides from eating it, coconut oil is also useful as a moisturizer. Dry, cracked skin, lets heat escape more easily and is more sensitive to cold - especially when it's windy. If you keep your skin healthy and strong, it'll be better at keeping the heat in. Before heading out into the cold, try rubbing some coconut oil on your legs, arms and face.
Fresh or ground ginger is our favorite food to warm you up. Try using it in porridge, salad dressings, soups, cookies or muffins. One of our favorite ways to enjoy ginger is to put thin slices or grate some of the fresh roots into a mug of hot water. Not only does it help warm you up, but it boosts your digestive and immune systems to keep you nourished and strong in the face of any winter bugs.