Home Health Nutrition Nutrition oi-Neha Ghosh By Neha Ghosh on June 12, 2018 We are sure you must have heard of many exotic fruits that are widely grown in India. But probably you haven't heard of this exotic fruit known as persimmon. In this article, we will be writing about the benefits of persimmon. Persimmons are delicious and fall under the category of exotic fruits. There are different types of persimmons, such as the Japanese persimmon, the American persimmon, the Indian persimmon, the Black persimmon, and the date-plum tree. This exotic fruit is rich in quite a number of minerals like calcium and phosphorous and vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin A. Some of the common names of the persimmon fruit are 'Jove's Fire', 'The Fruit of the Gods', and 'Nature's Candy'. In Hindi, the persimmon fruit is called 'Tendu'. So, let's have a look at the health benefits of the persimmon fruit. 1. Helps In Weight Loss 2. Loaded With Antioxidants 3. Supports Eye Health 4. Reduces … [Read more...] about Do You Know These 11 Health Benefits Of The Persimmon Fruit?
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Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby lekhaka-Sreya Dutta By Sreya Dutta on September 17, 2018 We totally understand that daily life with any newborn baby can be quite challenging and every new mother always worries if she is successful in nurturing and caring for her newborn or is doing the best or right things for her baby. In many ways, your premature and low birth weight (LBW) baby might be just like any of the other babies. They just need to stay dry and warm and healthy. They need to be kept proper and clean, along with enough fluid intake as well as enough nourishment. Above all, they need you, and all the comfort from your love for them and all the care that their mother can provide to them. Why Low Birth Weight Or Premature Babies Require Special And More Care? Low birth weight and premature babies might often be at an increased risk of death from infections, hypothermia, breathing problems or just from immaturity of some of their vital organs. As a result of which, … [Read more...] about Taking Care Of Premature And Underweight Babies
Source: Robert Indiana, Yale Digital Commons In an age of Internet love matches and instant sex hook-ups there may be some hope for romance. The magazine, “Humanities,” highlighted the work of Philip Kelley in October. He is compiling some 11,601 pieces of correspondence between Victorian poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, including their love letters. And the Journal of Popular Romance Studies is calling for papers this month for a special edition "Critical Love Studies" exploring love from romance to friendship. Today women are bombarded with advice from magazines on achieving “the big O” while men puzzle about love, obsess about size, or -- as do some young women -- take the "Tinder" way out for instant sex devoid of love and romance. During the days of courtly love, men wooed women and sang love songs to them. Women wrote adoring letters and pinned for men who were off fighting battles for the King. They … [Read more...] about 15 Ways to Reclaim Romance, Love, and Intimate Pleasure
Source: Syda Productions/Shutterstock Toys seem like an inevitable by-product of parenting. If your home teems with too many must-have fad items, toys, or gizmos that ever caught your child’s fancy, you’re not alone. Now there is good news for parents who fear their children’s play areas resemble a toy store: A study from the University of Toledo in Ohio suggests “an abundance of toys present reduced quality of toddlers’ play.” Having fewer toys can lead a young child to focus and engage in more creative, imaginative play, according to the study, "The influence of the number of toys in the environment on toddlers’ play” published in the journal Infant Behavior and Development. Fewer toys, it turns out, result in healthier play, and, ultimately, deeper cognitive development. Researchers observed 36 toddler subjects between the ages of 18 and 30 months in free-play sessions. The toddlers were given either four toys … [Read more...] about Study Underscores Why Fewer Toys Is the Better Option