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    Reliance Jio extends Prime membership till April 15

    Reliance Jio Prime Membership

    Reliance Jio on Friday extended Jio Prime service till April 15 enthused by the response the premium service in the past few weeks. The company said  the service has been extended due to the overwhelming response from the customers.

    Reliance Jio Prime Membership

    Over 72 million Jio customers have signed up for Jio Prime membership, the company said in a statement.

    Customers who could not enroll for Jio Prime by March 31 can still do so by paying Rs 99 along with their first purchase of Jio’s Rs 303 and other plans till 15th April,” Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani said in a statement.

    “This extension will provide the necessary breathing room for users to avoid service disruption during the transition from free to paid services,” he said.

    Jio has also announced a Jio Summer Surprise exclusively for its Prime customers. Prime customers who make first recharge before April 15 using its Rs 303 plan (or higher) will get complimentary services for first three months.

    Regular tariff plans will be applicable from July, once the complimentary service ends.

    “This complimentary period will also help to familiarise Jio customers with Jio’s fully digital, self-service process of using the MyJio app to perform recharges and to set up digital payment methods for further purchases,” Ambani said.

    This is just one the many surprises lined up Jio Prime members, Ambani added in his letter.

    Along with new customers, many people have also used mobile number portability to shift to the Jio connection.

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    TVS Jupiter 2017 BSIV with AHO priced at INR 49,666

    TVS Jupiter BSIV 2017

    TVS Jupiter BSIV is now available across all TVS dealerships in the country priced at INR 49,666 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and kept the prices same as the outgoing BSIII variant.

    TVS has added two new colour options, Jade Green and Mystic Gold which raises the total number of colour options to 10. Powering the TVS Jupiter is a 109.7 cc single cylinder air-cooled OHC mill which is coupled to a CVT. The engine is capable of producing 8 PS of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm.

    TVS Jupiter 2017

    The scooter also gains Auto Headlamp On (AHO) which means that the headlamp toggle switch will now be absent.

    The TVS Jupiter now comes with Sync Braking System (SBS) as standard across the range. Previously, SBS was available only in the top-end ZX trim. SBS ensures rider safety as it automatically activates the front brakes when the rear brakes are used.

    It also gets the patented Econometer technology. This guides the rider in both Eco and Power mode. TVS has so far sold 1.5 million units of the TVS Jupiter since its launch in 2013.

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    BS-III Vehicles Ban: Hero, HMSI, Bajaj offering discount up to INR 22,000 on selected SB-III models

    BS-III Vehicles Ban India

    Yesterday the Supreme Court ordered that two-wheeler that don’t comply with BS-IV emission norms will be not be allowed to register from April 1, 2017 onwards.

    The major 2 wheeler manufactures such Hero Motocorp, Baja Auto Suzuki Motorcycle and Honda are offering lucrative discounts post BS-III vehicle ban. In a bid to clear our the BS-III complaint models, the above company are offering discounts of INR 22,000.

    With more than 8 lakhs BSIII vehicle impacted by ban, the dealers are looking to sell of as many units as possible prior to the deadline with unheard discounts in the industry. As per the company these lucrative discounts are valid till stocks last or to March 31st 2017.

    BS-III Vehicles Ban

    With Honda 2 Wheelers initially offered about INR 10,000 flat discount on its BS-III complaint models which later was increased to INR 22,000.

    The company is offering discount on motorcycle and bikes as a part of its cash back offer which includes Activa 3G, Dream Yuga, CB Shine and CD 110DX which are priced at INR 50,290, INR55,799 to INR 61,283 and INR 47,202 to INR 47,494 respectively.

    On the other hand, Hero Motocorp also aims to liquidate the stocks by offering discounts up to INR 12,500 on its BS-III complaint two-wheelers.

    As per the dealers, the company is offering discounts up to INR 12,500 on its scooters and INR 7,500 on premium bikes.

    The company also offering rebate of INR 5000 on entry level mass market motorclycle.

    The BS-III models which are priced at Duet at INR 49,480, Maestro Edge INR 51,030, Glamor INR 59,755 and Splendor 125 INR 55,575.

    Another two wheeler giant to enter the offer deal is Bajaj Auto which is currently offering discounts as well as free insurance on different models. With it entry level product offering – Platina to top the line model – Pulsar RS200, the bike manufacturer is offering discounts in the range of INR 3,000 and INR 12,000 respectively.

    Bajaj Auto President (Business Development & Assurance) S Ravikumar stated that, “If there are any unsold inventory left, we have the possibility to export as we are a big exporter to around 70 countries across the world.”

    Adding to the list is Suzuki Motorcyle India which are annouced lucrative discount on its Let’s Scooter and Gixxer motocyle which are priced in the range of INR 47,272 to INR 53,766 and INR 77,452 to INR 90,421 respectively.


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    24 Cancer Fighting Foods We Should Know

    The the growing chemicalized food and unhealthy lifestyle, as been the culprit of many deceases, which can grows as any type of cancer.

    Having an healthy diet can help naturally treat cancer and many other deceases , it is never too late to start enjoying this Cancer Fighting Foods every day.

    In this article, we discuss the benefits of each of these foods and herbs and also go through the best ways to use these in your daily diet to get the appropriate cancer protection we all need.

    Green Tea:

    Green Tea

    EGCG (epigallaocatechin-3-gallate) is the primary poly-phenol found in green tea. This antioxidant contributes to a number of health benefits such as cancer prevention and treatment. Green tea interferes with cancer cell signalling pathways reducing inflammation, cancer cell survival strategies, the ability for metastasis and it promotes cancer cell apoptosis (“cell death”)

    Quercetin is another dietary antioxidant contained in green tea with anticancer activity. Quercetin has been shown to stimulate other antioxidant powerhouses glutathione and super oxide dismutase (SOD) which fight against free radical damage and cancer growth.

    How To Use:

    Drink green tea daily for its powerful chemopreventive properties to reduce your risk of colon, breast, lung and even prostate cancer. Add green tea as a base for your smoothies or add matcha green tea powder to sweeten your beverages naturally.

    Avoid steeping your green tea in boiling water as the intense heat will destroy the tea’s natural health attributing compounds called catechins. Instead, bring water to a boil and allow it to cool a few minutes before brewing.


    Plant extracts contain a combination of phenolic compounds that protect the skin from damage, aging and can even be used to aid in wound and burn healing. Anthocyanins found in blackberries are especially useful for protecting skin against ultraviolet ray damage during sun exposure. Blackberry juice extract has been shown to induce apoptosis in abnormal skin cells thus preventing skin cancer.

    How To Use:

    Always buy organic berries and consider buying local when available. Add as a natural sweetener in smoothies, juices and add to your water with lemon for a healthy beverage.



    Adding raspberries into your diet is another excellent way to build up your quercetin levels. Quercetin reduces inflammation and also helps regulate immune response therefore acting like a natural antihistamine agent. This sweet and sometimes tart fruit contains vitamin C, fiber, potassium, biotin, vitamin K and manganese.

    Raspberries also contain powerful anthocyanins as do other members of the berry family. Anthocyanins trigger apoptosis in cancer cells and equip the body to treat breast cancer, colorectal cancer and even stimulate dysfunction in leukemia cells preventing their uncontrollable ability to metastasize.

    How To Use:

    Pop this nutrient dense food into smoothies, yogurt parfaits, or snack on a handful for a healthy dessert. Raspberries have a short growing season in the U.S. so be sure to freeze berries to enjoy their benefits year round.



    Blueberries contain an array of anthocyanins which complement their purple and blue pigmentation. As mentioned above, anthocyanins inhibit DNA damage, decrease inflammation and slow cancer growth. Blueberries also contain a plethora of bioavailable compounds like vitamins, flavonoids and stilbenes which have been shown to provide significant protection against colorectal cancer.

    How To Use:

    Avoid heating blueberries or any other of the berries as heat degrades the anthocyanins reducing their antioxidant potential. Add blueberries to smoothies, snack for dessert or use in homemade sweet sauces like barbeque as a substitute for sugar.


    Lemons are an excellent low-carb fruit choice you can consume daily. Lemons contain enzymes that increase nutrient absorption and stimulate the healthy function of the stomach, intestines, liver and even lungs.

    How To Use:

    One of the best ways to alkalize your body and support natural detoxification processes is to juice lemon into your water and consume a glass immediately upon waking up. Add lemon to brighten the flavor of any dish.



    Onions belong to the alium family and are packed with sulfur containing amino acids. Onions contain the super antioxidant quercetin and assist in eliminating excess estrogen from the body through boosting liver detoxification.

    Allicin is one of the onion’s most abundant sulfur compound effective in destroying bacteria, viruses, fungi and cancer development. Onions further exhibit carminative herb properties with digestive health benefits.

    How To Use:

    Eat a variety of types of onions to receive all of the nutritional benefits. Top on chili, add to salads and slaws or create a rich bone broth based onion soup.


    Kale Green

    Kale belongs to the cruciferous vegetable family. This dark leafy green has recently picked up trend for healthy snacks, juice and smoothie shops in the most recent few years for good reason. Kale is loaded with health boosting vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium, and iron.

    Kale is a rich source of sulforophane. Sulforophane is a type of isothiocyanate also found in broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussel sprouts. These powerful cancer fighting compounds inhibit cancer cell activation, enhance natural detoxification processes, and boost immunity. Sulforophane has been shown to prevent tumor growth associated with cancer of the prostate, colon, spleen, stomach and breast.

    How To Use:

    For optimal absorption of its trace minerals and antioxidants, consume kale with a healthy fat source like grass fed butter, coconut oil or grass-fed cheese. Avoid eating it raw as it’s hard to digest fibers can creative digestive disturbances.

    Consider juicing kale or adding it to your smoothies. Roast your own kale chips in coconut oil with your favorite seasonings for a healthy chip loaded with nutritional benefits.

    Green Leafy Vegetables:

    Green Leafy Vegetables

    Green Leafy veggies are packed with body building nutrients including a wide array of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. One of the world’s greatest known life giving compound known as chlorophyll is also contained in dark green leafy vegetables. Chlorophyl helps purify the blood, rebuild new blood cells, eliminate toxins and stimulate intestinal support.

    How To Use:

    Enjoy a variety of green leafy vegetables by purchasing foods in season at your local farmer’s market. Sautee turnip greens and swiss chard for a colorful side dish or add spinach to soups and stews. Use an array of salad greens including iceberg lettuces, arugula, and spring mixes to add diversity to your lunch salads. Add dark leafy greens to your juice and smoothies.



    Turmeric contains the most abundant flavonoid in nature called curcumin. This powerful antioxidant helps regulate abnormal immune function, reduces inflammation and defends against infection and cancer. In fact, pharmaceutical companies attempt to mimic the same physiological pathways turmeric has on the body in drugs such as aspirin and ibuprofen.

    How To Use:

    Also known as golden milk, turmeric can be consumed as a warm beverage in teas and broths. Try adding turmeric into intense flavor dishes like chilis, stews and use as a marinade in chicken and other meat dishes.



    Artichoke belongs to a classification of bitter herbs called cholagogues. Bitter herbs stimulate kidney function, cleanse the digestive system, gallbladder, urinary tract and blood. Artichokes have been used in alternative medicine since the 17thcentury to prevent cardiovascular disease and lower blood sugar.

    How To Use:

    Reap the full benefits of the bitter herb by juicing both the artichoke leaves and stem. Otherwise, eat steamed artichoke with lemon and olive oil or prepare in a hummus or dip.



    The sulfur compound allicin is also found in garlic. Along with its protection against invasive substances, allicin reduces damage to the vascular system by inhibiting inflammation and also lowering cholesterol. Garlic has been shown to stabilize blood glucose levels, protect against cancer and bacteria as well enhance detoxification pathways.

    How To Use:

    Add garlic to a wide variety of foods especially other sulfur containing foods. Adding garlic boost the antioxidant protection of any meal and can act as a powerful oral and colon probiotic. Be sure to crush or break garlic before consumption to activate the allinase enzyme which releases the compound allicin.



    One of the most popular known sources of the bioactive compound lycopene. Lycopene is contained in red fleshed fruits and veggies and is a powerful anticancer nutrient. Lycopene stimulates apoptosis in cancer cells, causes cancer cell dysfunction by disturbing cellular communication. Lycopene has been shown effective at preventing prostate cancer, lung, colon and cervix cancer.

    How To Use:

    Lycopene increases in bioavailability when combined with a dairy such as grass-fed cheese and when eaten cooked. Enjoy tomatoes and its nutrients to their fullest in homemade pasta sauce and marinara. Blister skins of local and organic tomatoes before preparing salsas or add into soups and bone broths.

    Olive Oil:

    Olive Oil

    Plant phenols serve many protective abilities for the human body. They exhibit anti-inflammatory responses, antimicrobial benefits, antioxidant support, antiaging properties and anti-carcinogenic activity. Olive oil contains naturally occurring caffeic acid. Caffeic acid is naturally produced in olive oil that provides protection against UV induced free radical damage, skin injury and pathogens.

    How To Use:

    UV radiation is the primary cause of non-melanoma skin cancers and sunburn. Use olive oil to protect your skin before and after sun exposure. You can also use olive oil daily for a natural skin moisturizer.

    Dark Chocolate:

    Dark chocolate, 70% or greater cacao, is a healthy treat that also contains a variety of flavonoids. Dark chocolate is also an excellent source of magnesium many of us are deficient in today. Magnesium improves nerve function by relaxing nerves, reducing irritation and excitability as well as relieving muscle tension.

    How To Use:

    Combine dark chocolate as a substitute for sugars in with trail mix composed of nuts, seeds, cinnamon and organic dried fruit. Prepare your own homemade hot cocoa or authentic mole sauce.



    Consuming herbs high in antioxidants is one of the easiest and cost effective things you can do to benefit your health daily. Herbs like oregano are packed with nutrition and are also powerful anti-inflammatory agents. Oregano is one of the most common spices and is a member of the Labiatae family. The antioxidant activity studied in oregano stems from its rich content of phenolic acids and flavonoids.

    Oregano contains volatile oils which stimulate natural detoxification processes of the liver assisting in the elimination of excess compounds like estrogen from the body. Oregano, like other estrogen removing herbs, is beneficial to preventing against the development of estrogen receptor positive cancer cells commonly associated with prostate, breast, uterine and ovarian cancer.

    How To Use:

    Oil of oregano is one of the best anti-bacterial agents to boost the immune system by killing off bacteria. Be sure that if you take oil of oregano as a supplement you take it apart from your probiotic as oil of oregano will destroy the good bacteria from the probiotic.



    Ginger is a powerful superfood containing volatile oils that provide anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic and anti-fungal properties. Ginger is supported in research to stimulate digestion, aid in pain relief and boost the body’s supply of glutathione. Its active components 6-gingerol and 6-shogaol provide cancer protection shown to prevent gastrointestinal and liver cancer.

    How To Use:

    Make your own fermented ginger ale recipe for an antioxidant rich tonic or steep for a hot brewed tea. Add ginger to soups, stews, marinades, dressings, salads, slaws.



    Cauliflower is packed with vitamins C, K, B-12, and folate. Unlike synthetic folic acid, naturally occurring folate found in cauliflower benefits DNA repair, inhibits malignant tumor formation and lowers homocysteine levels associated with improved cardiovascular function.

    How To Use:

    Try a new take on gluten free pizza with a cauliflower crust or cauliflower tortilla. Grind cauliflower and serve as a substitute for a rice dish or steam and puree into a creamy bean-free hummus. Be sure to introduce colorful cauliflowers such as orange and purple cauliflower into your meals for a variety of benefits from different phytochemical nutrients.

    Brussel Sprouts:

    Brussel Sprouts

    This cruciferous vegetables often gets a bad rap for its pungent smell when cooked but it is loaded in nutrients vitamin A, B-6, C, K as well as folate, potassium and manganese. Brussel sprouts aids in collagen formation, reducing wrinkles, support the immune system and improve your body’s ability to absorb calcium.

    How To Use:

    Sauté or roast smothered in coconut oil or grass fed butter and then drizzle with balsamic vinegar for a crunchy side dish. Shave Brussel sprouts and add to slaws and salads. Steam Brussel sprouts for a softer taste or create into a puree with added pepper, pink salt and turmeric for a hummus like snack.



    Hass avocado is the most popular type of avocado cultivated in the world and easily available year round. Avocados are high in phytochemicals, vital nutrients such as:

    • Potassium
    • Magnesium
    • Sodium
    • Vitamins C, E, K, B-6
    • Folate
    • Choline
    • Niacin
    • 71% Monounsaturated fatty acids
    • Phytosterols
    • Carotenoids
    • Dietary fiber

    Clinical trials have shown that avocados benefit cardiovascular health by reducing total cholesterol in diabetics, do not contribute to weight gain, and improve blood lipid levels. Individuals who eat avocados are also associated with consuming high dietary fibers and vitamins and minerals often deficient in the average diet.

    How To Use:

    Avocado is a helpful ingredient that can serve a variety of purposes in the kitchen. Use half an avocado to add a thick and creamy texture to your vegetable smoothies, experiment with different flavors of guacamole, top your Sunday brunch omelet with veggies and avocado, and prepare a creamy avocado salad dressing or hummus.

    Nuts and Seeds:

    Nuts and Seeds

    Nuts and seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E, magnesium, fiber, biotin, manganese and phytosterols otherwise known as heart healthy fats. In fact, the AMA or American Heart Association calls nuts “petite powerhouses of taste and nutrition”.

    Brazil nuts are one of the best sources of selenium and sunflower seeds also contain this potent immune boosting mineral. Eat cashews for the highest consumption of B-vitamins and hazelnuts for folate if you are pregnant. Amongst the tree nuts, pistachios have the highest concentration of phytosterols and almonds are best associated with lowering total cholesterol. Add variety with pumpkin, chia and flaxseeds to your diet for added omega-3 fatty acids to support brain function.

    How To Use:

    Soaking nuts and seeds before consumption will help remove the anti-nutrients these foods contain which interfere with the absorption nutrients into the body. Store nuts and seeds in the fridge or freezer as the oils released can cause them to easily go rancid. Eat unprocessed nuts with no added sugars, salts and consume them unpeeled. One study found that 50% of the antioxidants of a nut are located in the outer soft shell.

    Try a new spin on dessert using nuts by soaking cashews before pureeing and using as a dairy free base for cheesecake or feta cheese. Create an immune boosting trail mix containing a heavy portion of pumpkin seeds, almonds, walnuts mixed in with organic dried fruit. Swap peanut butter for almond butter and use sunflower seeds and pine nuts in homemade pesto.



    This nutritional powerhouse contributes to your daily nutrient intake of vitamins E, C, K and is also a good source of copper, fiber, potassium, chromium, folate, vitamin A and riboflavin. Broccoli has been shown to regulate enzymes that trigger apoptosis in cancer cells and assist in a variety of other chemoprevention activities due to its sulfur containing phytochemicals, glucosinolates.

    How To Use:

    Replace your chips with broccoli for your dipping appetizers. As with cauliflower, mix crumbled broccoli to prepare a grain-free pizza crust. Snack on broccoli raw, add in salads or roast with other cruciferous vegetables tossed in garlic, turmeric, pepper, pink salt and coconut oil for a potent cancer fighting side dish at dinner.



    Mushrooms contain bone fortifying nutrients to increase calcium absorption such phosphorous and other essential nutrients like vitamin D, thiamine, manganese, choline, riboflavin, copper and zinc. These nutrients enhance glutathione synthesis and the human body’s total antioxidant protection.

    How To Use:

    Prepare mushrooms in a hearty soup, stuffed peppers, or simply toast to perfection tossed with olive oil, salt and pepper for a hearty side dish. Swap your beef patty for a thick Portobello topped with avocado or make mini sized pizzas atop a Portobello mushroom base.

    Be sure to avoid overcooking mushrooms as nutrition leaches out with time. For an extra health boost leave your mushrooms in direct sunlight, capsize up before you cook them to increase the vitamin D content of your mushrooms.



    Ginseng is supported in thousands of research studies analyzing its role at protecting the body against cancer, insulin resistance, neurodegenerative disorders, and hypertension amongst other physiological processes. Specifically, ginseng is a powerful tool that enhances the immune system and has traditionally been used in alternative medicine to remedy health disorders.

    Ginseng is composed of numerous chemical groups in the roots, stems, leaves and extracts which boost immune homeostasis and prevent against microbial infection. Some of these pharmacological agents include:

    • Polyphenolic compounds: Powerful plant antioxidants
    • Acidic polysaccharides: Specialized structures that play an important role in the function of connective tissue such as blood vessels, cartilage, bone, skin and spinal disks
    • Polyacetylenes: Chemopreventive compounds also found in the roots and bulbs of celery, fennel, and parsley
    • Tetracyclic triterpenoid saponins: also known as ginsenosides are a type of plant steroid occurring in medicinal plants

    How To Use:

    There are 3 primary types of ginseng all of which exhibit different medicinal effects: American ginseng and Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) and Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus). The most popular way to consume ginseng is to prepare a home brewed tea made from fresh ground ginseng root or purchase the herb already ground.

    Ask your doctor if ginseng is safe for your consumption to be sure there are no contraindications to any medical conditions you may have or medicines you are taking.

    Broccoli and Kale Sprouts:

    Broccoli and Kale Sprouts

    Adding cruciferous vegetables can attribute amazing health benefits to your body. However, consuming their sprouts can provide you with even greater concentrations of the same compounds. Compared to an entire head of broccoli, broccoli sprouts have up to 100 times more plant nutrients used by the body to synthesize isothiocyanates such as sulforophane mentioned earlier.

    Some of these compounds act to decrease the body’s load of carcinogens it carries by stimulating detoxification enzymes. Unlike larger quantities of the whole cruciferous vegetable, small quantities of broccoli and kale sprouts can achieve equal health promoting activity.

    How To Use:

    Always purchase your sprouts organic. Pesticides have been shown to destroy the healthy cancer fighting compounds so highly concentrated. Use as a regular part of your diet in your wraps, salads, a garnish on stir fry or prepare a refreshing sprout style slaw with olive, lemon and garlic. Adding garlic to other sulfur containing foods increases the potential for sulforophane to be optimized.

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    20 Cancer Early Warning Signs Most People Ignore – Ignorance Is Injurious To Health

    Cancer Awareness - Stop Cancer

    Only regular tests and checks by a doctor are not enough to be perfectly protected from cancer. If there is something wrong inside our body, it will send signs and signals and we should always listen to it.

    [Must Read] 10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Cancer in Woman

    In this article you will read about which signs you should never ignore, if your body is sending them to you:

    Having Trouble With Swallowing

    If you’re having trouble swallowing, it may be related to throat or esophageal cancer, but it may be a sign of lung cancer as well.

    Having changes in the nails

    Having changes in the nails

    Changes in the nails are never a small problem – they can indicate serious diseases and conditions such as liver or lung cancer. If you notice “clubbing” on your nails, it’s a sign of lung cancer, while pale and white nails are a sign of liver cancer.

    Having irregular and heavy periods

    irregular and heavy periods

    You should make transvaginal ultrasound because it might be due to uterine or endometrial cancer.

    Having upset stomach

    Having upset stomach

    If your stomach hurts for a longer period, it can be an indication of colorectal cancer.

    Abdominal and pelvic pain

    Abdominal and pelvic pain

    Pain and cramps in the abdomen can often accompany bloating as symptoms of ovarian cancer. The pain can also be caused by leukemia.  Know more about the signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer.

    Fatigue and Weakness

    Fatigue and weakness

    General fatigue should never be overlooked – it can be a sign of various diseases including cancer. If you’re feeling tired all the time, make sure to check the symptom at a doctor.

    Lumps in the neck and swollen lymph nodes

    lymphatic system

    Enlarged lymph nodes are sometimes an indication of changes or tumors in the lymphatic system, a symptom which needs to be checked by a doctor.

    Shortness of breath and wheezing

    Lung Cancer

    Lung cancer patients have reported these symptoms as the earliest signs of the disease. Want to know more other symptoms of Lung Cancer then you should be reading 11 Warning Signs of Lung Cancer

    Having frequent infections and fever

    frequent infections

    These symptoms are often a sign of leukemia which starts in the bone marrow.

    Leukemia causes the marrow to produce abnormal white blood cells and completely impairs your body’s ability to fight infections.

    Bleeding that won’t stop and excessive bruising


    This symptom indicates abnormal changes in the platelets and red blood cells which may be a sign of leukemia.

    Leukemia can crowd out red blood cells over time and impair your blood’s ability to carry oxygen and clot.

    Feeling full and unable to eat

    Having poor appetite

    This is another symptom of ovarian cancer which women shouldn’t overlook. Here you can read the 10 Early Warning Signs Of Ovarian Cancer You Shouldn’t Ignore

    Blood in the stool and rectal bleeding

    rectal bleeding

    Colorectal cancer might be the reason for this and that is why you will need to seek medical help Immediately.

    Red, sore and swollen breast

    Red, sore and swollen breast

    This can indicate no other but breast cancer. Never ignore changes in your breast, but instead visit a doctor right away. You can also read the early signs of Breast Cancer.

    Pain in the lower left side and in the back

    Lower Left Side Pain

    Many lung cancer patients have reported this as the earliest sign of their cancer. Breast cancer is often diagnosed via back pain, which occurs when a breast tumor presses into the chest.

    Here are the sign and symptoms of Lung Cancer that you should be aware off.

    Regardless of your age or gender, you should always check your body for unusual lumps and growths and check any odd symptom at a doctor.

    Also you should be are aware of early warning signs of Breast Cancer

    As you can see, most of these symptoms are often overlooked, but they can be the difference between life and death.

    Of course, leading a healthy lifestyle is the best choice to stay healthy and disease-free.

    Changes in the Nipples

    Turned, twisted and flattened nipples are often one of the earliest sign of breast cancer. Want to know more about Breast cancer here we have put together so of the common 8 Things You Did Not Know About Breast Cancer.

    Having swelling in the face

    Swollen Face

    Patients with lung cancer have reported puffiness, swelling and redness in the face as symptoms, which occur due to small lung tumors blocking blood vessels in the head.

    Read more on 11 Warning Signs of Lung Cancer you should aware off.

    Weight Loss without any Explanation

    Sudden Weight Loss

    If you suddenly lost weight for no reason, it may be a symptom of colon or some other digestive cancer. It can also indicate that the cancer has spread to the liver and has affected your appetite.

    Chest Pain and Chronic Cough

    Some cancers such as Leukemia and Lung Tumors can cause a persistent cough as well as chest pain. Never overlook these symptoms and visit your doctor immediately to rule out cancer.

    Here are 11 Warning Signs of Lung Cancer you should before you visit your doctor.

    Bloating and Abdominal Weight Gain

    If you are constantly bloated or have gained some weight in your abdominal area, This can indicate ovarian cancer and that is why you should visit a doctor immediately.

    To have a better understand we have put together some of the common 10 Early Warning Signs Of Ovarian Cancer You Shouldn’t Ignore

    Sore Lump That Doesn’t Heal

    This can be indicator for skin cancers (there are different types of skin cancer such as Melanoma, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma).

    Checking your skin for any odd  lumps and growth can be a signs of any of the above types of cancer.

    That is why you should immediately visit a doctor.

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    5 Signs You Could Be Suffering With Anal Cancer

    Anal Cancer

    Symptoms of the disease can be similar to other problems, including haemorrhoids or anal fissures. Five signs of the disease include:

    Blood in the poo

    Blood In poo

    This is the most common symptoms of the disease – with half of all patients affected in this way.

    Small lumps

    Lumps around the anus could be a sign the disease. They can be confused with haemarrhoids – piles. Small lumps around the groin can also be an indicator of the disease


    An increase in the number of size of piles can also be a warning sign of anal cancer


    Pain in the anal area affects around 30 per cent of patients, charity Beating Bowel Cancer reports.

    Experts suggest swelling, persistent redness or soreness around the area could also be an indicator.

    Bowel habits

    Difficulty in passing stools and extreme constipation are common symptom of the condition.

    Feeling a continuous urge to pass a motion, with no production, possibly with increased mucus can also be a warning sign. Difficulty controlling your bowels – also known as faecal incontinence – should be investigated by a doctor.

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    8 Early Warning Signs Of Prostate Cancer That Every Guy Needs To Know! Do Not Ignore!

    Prostate Cancer

    One of the most common causes of death when it comes to men is prostate cancer, and this is according to the World Health Organisation.

    When this type of cancer is in early stage, it will cause appearance of some symptoms and that is why it is important to never ignore them.

    In this article you will read about the most common symptoms of prostate cancer. So do not ignore these symptoms, but instead visit a doctor immediately, because it is really important to discover the cancer early in order to win the battle against it.

    It is mostly important for men that are above 50 years old to never ignore these symptoms and to seek medical help right away. It is still important for the younger population as well.

    Here are the symptoms which should not be ignore:


    Pain and/or numbness in the lower back, hips, legs, and/or thighs;


    Changes in the color of urine and/or decreased flow of urine and Having unpleasant feeling when your start urinating and also feel burning sensation during urination and difficulties in urination while in standing position. you also having the need to urinate often, especially during the night.


    Having discomfort and/or swelling in pelvic area and/or legs;

    Erectile Dysfuncation

    Bone pain that can even cause fractures;

    Painful ejaculation

    Blood in urine

    Blood in semen

    Visiting a doctor is a must, if you experience some of these symptoms, especially if you have more than two of them at the same time!

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    9 Exercises For A Flat Stomach That Only Take 10 Minutes Of Your Day

    Flat Stomach Execises

    Everyone wants to have flat stomach, but some people have hard time achieving it. That is why in this article you will read about some exercises that will help you achieve the flat stomach.

    Vacillate Kicks

    For this exercise you should start with lying on the back and keeping your legs up and you should start kicking the air with your legs. If you want for a more challenging exercise then you should try with keeping the legs a little bit lower. Make sure you are breathing well and keep your back on the floor.

    The Roll

    Here you should rest on a tangle on your back and to convey your legs straight up and to keep your hands spread on the sides. Start with bringing the legs down towards the floor but make sure you do not touch it. Now you will need to bring your knees into your trunk and to push them up again. Do it around 30 seconds and after that make a break.

    Twofold Leg Circles

    Twofold Leg Circles

    For this exercise you should start in lying position while keeping the legs up. Now you should start making circles for around 30 seconds (make sure you do circles on one side).


    Here you should start with lying on the ground and keeping your legs up. You will need to drop your legs to the other side towards the floor as much as you can but make sure you do not touch it. Do it for around 30 seconds and switch sides all the time.

    Single Leg Drops

    Here you should be in lying position with your arms spread to the sides and you should lift your legs up and to start dropping one leg down and after that to switch legs (make sure they do not touch the floor when you push one leg down).

    Starfish Crunch

    Here you should be lying on the floor and to keep your arms and legs separated and place your arms over your head. Now touch the inverse foot to the inverse hand.

    Spiderman Planks

    Start with push up position and one leg should be lifted up and your knee should be twisted to 90 degrees angle and your back should be kept straight during this position and try to hold it for 15 seconds. After that switch legs and keep it for another 15 seconds.

    Mountain Climbers

    For this exercise you will need to put the hands on the floor and to keep your body up on your toes and to keep your spine straight. You should bring your knees into the trunk with exchanging legs for around 30 seconds.

    Russian Twists

    Start in sitting position and your abdominal area should be kept to around 45 degrees starting from the earliest stage. You can keep your legs up or you can keep them on the floor (depends on what you need). Now bend your abdominal area with conveying both hands to the sides.

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    Understanding The Facts Of Anal Cancer

    Anal Cancer

    ANAL cancer – a different disease to bowel cancer – is a disease few known about and even fewer want to talk about. It affects more than 1,000 people in the UK every year alone.

    Experts said one in 5 people don’t experience any symptoms of the cancer, which can make it even more lethal.

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    Women are more likely to get it than men, but over the last ten years, Cancer Research UK said the number of people suffering with the disease has increased.

    Figures reveal the incidence of anal cancer have increased by 130 per cent since the late 1970s.

    Anal Cancer

    The anus is the part of the bowel that opens to the outside of the body from the rectum and measures about about 3 cm

    Around nine in ten cases of anal cancer are linked to the HPV infection – human papillomavirus – the same virus that causes the majority of cancers of the cervix, vulva, vagina, penis and oropharynx.


    Different types of HPV are classed as either high risk or low risk, depending on the conditions they can cause.

    HPV is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact and people can get HPV by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has the virus.

    This is why typical risk factors of the disease can include having multiple sex partners, having anal intercourse but can also include being HIV-positive.


    Cancer Research UK said one in three people have a sensation of a lump around the anus.

    It said: “Some people also experience severe itching – which is called pruritus, while others have a discharge of mucus from the anus.”

    But it is still important to report them to your doctor.

    “Depending on your symptoms, you may need to see a bowel specialist doctor.”

    Other risk factors of the disease include a history of cervical, vaginal or vulval cancer, age, lowered immunity, and people who have received organ transplants.

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    All About Diabetes: Symptoms, Causes, Types.

    Diabetes - Causes, Symptoms

    While speaking about diabetes, you might be scared from the idea that you might have it. Or perhaps, you might have it in the future. You would like to know if you are at threat to establish diabetes and anxiously you’re seeking to discover if you have any diabetes sign.

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    Diabetes affects the manner in which the body manages carbohydrates, fats and proteins. If ignored, diabetes can have severe issues. The diabetic individuals have high blood sugar level. The blood sugar level is managed by insulin – a hormonal agent produced by the pancreas, which depends on your eating routines.

    Diabetes is a severe illness. However the surprising truth is that diabetes is reversible. Diabetes is the primary cause of persistent kidney illness (CKD).

    This illness is a condition where the body is not able to automatically regulate blood glucose levels, leading to too much glucose (a sugar) in the blood. Diabetes is a persistent disease that affects as many as 16 million Americans.

    In fact, there is no clear symptom for diabetes. The most typical signs of diabetes are as follow:

    • being all the time thirsty
    • frequent urination
    • increased appetite
    • feeling all the time tired; having an excessive fatigue,

    On the other hand, there are some other signs of diabetes that are recommended as diabetes complications in reality. These symptoms are:

    • vision modifications;
    • frequent skin infections very tough to heal;
    • tingling or numbness you may feel in your extremities;
    • gums conditions;
    • Loss of hair and numerous others.

    There are two various types of diabetes.

    Type I Diabetes (juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes): The factor for type I diabetes is because of pancreas usability to produce insulin.

    Type II Diabetes (non insulin reliant diabetes or adult onset diabetes): This diabetes is an outcome of body tissues ending up being resistant to insulin. It is usually genetic.

    Type 2 Diabetes is more common than Type 1 Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a life-long illness marked by high levels of sugar in the blood. Conditions connected with type 2 diabetes consist of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia.

    Type 2 diabetes might account for about 90% to 95% of all diagnosed cases of diabetes. Approximately two-thirds of people with type 2 diabetes have no symptoms. Obesity is the single crucial threat factor for type 2 diabetes.

    An estimated 20% of all cases of brand-new beginning type 2 diabetes are in individuals in between the ages of 9-19. The more you know about type 2 diabetes, the more you’ll be able to take the best actions to take control of your condition.

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    If neglected, diabetes can lead to various complications such as damage to the kidneys, cardiovascular disease, nerve damage, hypoglycemia (drastic decrease in glucose levels). Diabetes is a severe illness and there is no treatment of it.

    However, it can be brought under control by appropriate diabetic diet.