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Anti-Dumping Norms

Anti-Dumping Norms

Banned Sub-Standard Spurious Medicines
Indian Healthcare sector has come a long way, being almost non-existing during 1970’s to a prominent provider of health care products, meeting almost 95% of country’s pharmaceutical needs and is expected to become a US$280 billion industry by 2020.
Indian market can be divided

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Diabetes and You

Diabetes and You

Diabetes and You:Lifestyle Issues

The prizes offered by television programme quiz contests are actually just another way of raking in money for the programme organisers and telecom service providers. For three months that the Kaun Banega Crorepati programme ran on Star TV, Bharti Airtel Ltd. received 58 million

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A lot to loss

A lot to loss

If you’re trying to slim down, you already know you need to cut calories. The results of a new study suggest that when it comes to losing weight, the timing of your meals and snacks may be just as important as the number of calories you consume.
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Sulphites: the Asthma culprit

Sulphites: the Asthma culprit

Few people know that there are preservatives in foods like sulphites which can trigger breathing difficulties in asthma patients. In many countries, sulphites are recognised as potential allergens and labelling them clearly on the product label is required by law. In India, the standards are much more relaxed. 

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Make your diet starve cancer

Make your diet starve cancer

A multitude of antioxidants and phytochemicals in fruits, vegetables, and legumes are being studied intensely by cancer experts as a result of some promising studies showing these foods anti-cancer properties. This research is leading people to believe that a vegetarian diet may be one of the best preventive

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12 food additives to avoid

12 food additives to avoid

Hungry? How does a cheese sandwich on whole wheat with potato chips sound? Does munching on nitrate, sodium stearyl lactylate, and monocalcium phosphate have the same appeal? Probably not, but a look at the ingredients of pre-packaged stuff and almost every other type of processed food reveals a

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Is Soya Healthy?

Is Soya Healthy?

Marketed as a super food with almost magical properties, soya protein is found in almost everything we eat. However, soya needs to be consumed with abundant caution
The excess revenue comes to Rs 8.12 crore, out of which the prize money distributed was worth only Rs 1.04 crore

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To Your Health

To Your Health

Consumer VOICE brings you a quick – ready reckoner for the food we all consume every day, but what is needed is some planning, mixing and matching to meet your specific health needs. It is good to know which food does what for you and to use the food you consume

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Wasting all that food

Wasting all that food

Think.Eat.Save. The people behind World Environment Day this year have most certainly deliberately left out the spaces between the words. Perhaps so that we make the connection between our food choices and the larger impacts of these choices—and realize that the connection is too close for comfort and

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Yogurt a Top Health Food

Yogurt a Top Health Food

In India, Yogurt is yogurt, dahi is the Indian word for yogurt and curds is a term also used for yogurt. In the US, curds are a dairy product obtained by curdling (coagulating) milk with rennet or an edible acidic substance such as lemon juice or vinegar and

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