Lesson 4: Your daughter is grown up and soon going to get married. Do not bother her with questions like "Did you eat?", "What are you doing this weekend?" etc. Once she comes under the pressure of managing work, marriage and household, she will get irked by these seemingly harmless questions. … [Read more...] about Lessons For The Father Of The Bride
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The day highlights the importance of daughters in families. The day also promotes gender equality. On this Daughter's Day, we are here with some quotes that you can share with your daughters and let them know how special they are. … [Read more...] about Daughter’s Day 2020: Quotes, Messages And Wishes To Share On This Day
½ cup rice ¼ cup moong dal ½ teaspoon cumin seeds A pinch of teaspoon asafoetida 1 inch finely ginger 3 cups water salt as per taste For Tempering The Pongal … [Read more...] about Pongal 2021: How To Make Pongal At Home
A 2019 study showed that people with one first-degree relative (a parent, sibling, or child) with Alzheimer's had nearly twice the risk of developing Alzheimer's. Having two first-degree relatives was linked to a nearly 4 times greater risk, and having four first-degree relatives was linked to a 15 times greater risk. As the degree of relation becomes more distant, the hereditary risk is lower (and thus requires that more relatives have memory problems to increase your risk). For example, people with three or four second-degree relatives (grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, nieces, and nephews) with Alzheimer's were more than twice as likely to develop the disease. People with the lowest risk had no family history of the disease or only one or two third-degree relatives with the disease. … [Read more...] about Are Memory Problems Hereditary?