Malaika Arora shared an Instagram reel on Tuesday that talked about three asanas that help in improving body flexibility. The asanas are Anjaneyasana, Parsvottanasana and Trikonasana. Read all about these poses here.
Milind Soman shared a video of himself doing exercises with a mudgar while quarantining after he tested positive for Covid-19. Read on to know all about it.
Malaika Arora shared an Instagram reel on Monday which talked about three body toning yoga asanas. Read all about these poses here.
Geeta Basra recently shared an update on her pregnancy journey, on how yoga has helped her through this period. We spoke to doctors and yoga experts about benefits of yoga during pregnancy.
Malaika Arora shared a picture of herself doing the Eka Pada Ashtanga Namaskara on Instagram today. Here's all you need to know about the yoga asana.
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The Trans-catheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) has been a boon to the elderly and high-risk patients in whom open heart surgery may have adverse consequences.
The Covid pandemic has forced children to stay inside their house and not meet friends thereby severely impacting their mental health and causing anxiety, irritability, and other symptoms. ?
Life is beautiful and no one wants to get hassled with unnecessary health issues. For that, taking care of our body and mind is crucial.
Aamir Khan has switched off his phone so that he can concentrate while filming Laal Singh Chaddha. The decision of opting for a digital detox is pretty refreshing and if Aamir can go for it, so can you.
“Take the coronavirus seriously. Do all you can to avoid getting infected, but at the same time, do not ignore symptoms of a heart disease (chest pain, breathlessness, palpitation, etc.) as this could be life threatening,” says Prof. (Dr.) Davinder Singh Chadha, Consultant Cardiologist, Manipal Hospitals, Bangalore.
How epilepsy might affect your child’s life can’t be predicted. But you can definitely help your child to manage their seizures and talk to them in an open manner so that they feel confident in every walk of life.