Category Archives: LifeStyle

Know the person who loves you the most

There’s someone we all have. Engineers, doctors, politicians, actors, writers, the rich and the poor, and even the bad guys, we all have something in common. Yes, it’s our mother, to whom we owe our existence. Without her, we would not have been born to this world and could never have experienced the joys and wonders of our planet Earth. ... Read More »

Can physical therapy / rehab be conducted at home after hip replacement?

An increasing number of people are undergoing hip replacement surgery these days, primarily due to increased awareness about advancements made in medical science and the will to live life independently. At some point of time, it is highly probable that either you or someone you know may choose to undergo hip replacement surgery. The one reason that most commonly leads ... Read More »

Give up tobacco for a healthier, happier and wealthier life

Historical records and data gathered by Newspatrolling reveal that tobacco use dates back to the seventieth century, a time when it was used by the native people living in North and South America. At that time, the native people used it for their religious practices as well as for medicinal uses such as a pain killer and for treatment of ... Read More »

Tuberculosis (TB) – One of the foremost health challenges for humankind

One of the oldest diseases known to humankind, tuberculosis (TB) continues to remain a major public health problem. Newspatrolling notes that TB has progressively become more difficult to control even when significant progress has been made on the socio-economic front, clinical research and technological advancements. Even though it is a curable disease, there are millions of people who continue to ... Read More »

Go Blue for Autism on April 2

Every year on World Autism Awareness Day, April 2, prominent buildings and people across the world embrace the color blue to show solidarity with people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and pledge their support to spread awareness about the disorder. Newspatrolling urges its readers to sport the color blue this World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 and lend ... Read More »

The Journey of Women Empowerment in India

World renowned author Diane Mariechild once said, “A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.” So true are her words and certainly worth implanting in our lives by providing women the right environment and space to grow and blossom. On the eve of the International Women’s Day 2016, we at newspatrolling, salute ... Read More »

Top Food Trucks in Delhi-NCR

Originally a conceptthat was born in the Western world, food truckshave become quite popular in metro Indian cities as well. They are driven by a chef’s passion to create a distinct name for their cuisines and offer a unique dining experience to their customers. Most of these food trucks are light on your wallet, yet come with the same great ... Read More »

IIT student invents new method to detect milk adulteration

The issue of milk adulteration has become so widespread in India that everyone including the consumers, the media, NGOs, scientists and government officials seem to be clamoring to put an end to this nasty practice. This issue requires urgent action since it is threatening the health of everyone including children, adults and the old. Now, it appears that the issue ... Read More »

Full-fat milk may reduce risk of ‘metabolic syndrome’

A new research study published in the Journal of Nutrition has indicated that people who regularly consume full-fat milk or milk products have reduced risk of being diagnosed with ‘metabolic syndrome’. In medical terms, metabolic syndrome refers to a set of risk factors associated with serious ailments such as heart disease and diabetes. This new study puts a question mark ... Read More »

Milk essential for brain health, says new research

Fresh milk is widely known to be beneficial for babies, for growth and development of children, and for building muscle mass and stronger bones and teeth among adults. However, a new research indicates that milk can also be beneficial in improving brain health. Details of the research The research on milk’s ability to boost brain health in older adults was ... Read More »