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  • Drinking This Could Affect Your Child's Memory

    Drinking This Could Affect Your Child's Memory

    Health experts have emphasized on the fact that consuming sugary drinks can prove to be more harmful for your health than the consumption of sugar or sugary foods. Some of the recent studies also explain how sugary drinks can cause tooth decay, bone damage and obesity in both adults as well as in ch...

  • One in 10 School Children Overweight in Delhi-NCR

    One in 10 School Children Overweight in Delhi-NCR

    A recent survey conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham), has stated that one in every 10 school going children in the National Capital Region (NCR) is overweight. The survey covered 25 private and public schools, examining almost 3,000 children in the age gr...

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  • Jack Monroe's Star Anise and Orange Ice-Cream Recipe

    Jack Monroe's Star Anise and Orange Ice-Cream Recipe

    Don't save this pretty spice for mulled wine - try it in a delicious ice-cream, perfect for warm autumn daysStar anise is not just for Christmas - I got an enormous bag of it recently from my friend Sarah, who gives cooking lessons on the Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus project. "If anyone will know...

  • Iron Deficiency in Pregnant Women Linked to Autism in Kids, Study

    Iron Deficiency in Pregnant Women Linked to Autism in Kids, Study

    This may come as a huge surprise to many pregnant women, but low iron intake can put your child at risk. A latest study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology is the first to examine the relationship between iron deficiency and having a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It reveal...

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  • Teacher's Day: 5 Ways to Thank Your Teacher

    Teacher's Day: 5 Ways to Thank Your Teacher

    "Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well."― AristotleWe shall always be falling short of words to explain what our teachers mean to us. Aren't they one of the most important aspects of...

  •  How to Make the Perfect Kulfi

    How to Make the Perfect Kulfi

    The popular Indian frozen dessert is made from caramelised milk, but do you really need to cook the milk for four hours? What flavouring is best? And how do you get it out of the moulds?Kulfi (the proper name for the dalek-shaped ices found at the end of Indian restaurant menus on the rare occasion...

  • Kids Who Skip Breakfast Risk Diabetes

    Kids Who Skip Breakfast Risk Diabetes

    Health experts have claimed for long that breakfast is the star meal of the day yet somehow most of us manage to skip it every once in a while. It is a well-known fact that eating a healthy morning meal is great for all, especially for children and adolescents. There is ample evidence to show that k...

  • How to Make Sweet, Nutty Glutinous Rice Balls - Recipe

    How to Make Sweet, Nutty Glutinous Rice Balls - Recipe

    These crisp, chewy rice balls, filled with a nut and sesame paste, round off a Chinese meal nicelyA day spent with my Sichuanese stepmother Lily is always a joy - she's a terrific cook and the children love the delicious food she makes. It is the Chinese custom to share a variety of dishes that app...

  • Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Do not skip that family time with your kids, suggests a new study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University. According to the research, eating together with your kids can have significant effects on their growth. It promotes healthier eating behaviour and even better exercise habits.Breakfast a...

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  • Anaemia Common Among Affluent North Indian Children: Study

    Anaemia Common Among Affluent North Indian Children: Study

    Anaemia is a blood disorder that is caused by a nutritional deficiency or blood loss. Typically, red blood cells (RBC) carry oxygen through the body using a protein called 'hemoglobin' and any shortage of the cells or hemoglobin results in anaemia.According to a study that appeared in the Internatio...

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