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Beneath the Skin
The Pop-Up interiors. (Source: Express Photo by Praveen Khanna) Time and space is not a continuum at The Pop-Up, Asiad Village. The restaurant spills over into an inside dining area [...]
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Female smokers at higher risk of brain bleed
Women indulging in smoking are more at risk of developing bleeding inside the lining of the brain.  Women indulging in smoking are more at risk of developing bleeding inside the li [...]
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Avocados can be best first foods for babies: Study
Avocado can be used as a first food for infants.  ‘Feeding babies avocados, which has a neutral flavour, soft consistency and nutrient density, can help in boosting their gro [...]
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A Take on Thai
Renong pla yang thm nalay, a fish preparation, uses authentic Thai marinade. Bottles of the fiery Sriracha, a variety of vinegars and fish sauce, all imported from Thailand, line th [...]
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Master of Spices
MasterChef India co-judge, Ranveer Brar, talks about his journey with food — from working at a kebab stall in Lucknow to five-star kitchens in the country and abroad. At the age o [...]
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Breastfeeding may reduce mother’s risk of diabetes: Study
Breastfeeding can alter the maternal metabolism to protect against diabetes.(Photo: Thinkstock Images) Breastfeeding has the potential to reduce the long-term risk of developing Typ [...]
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Oxygen deficiency can lead to childhood heart disease
Childhood heart disease is the most common form of birth defect and affects one in 100 babies globally, showed the study. The developing heart in an embryo can be damaged by the cel [...]
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Playing with the Palate
At the Bharat Rang Mahotsav. (Source: Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Supplanted from the big tree (pun intended) and the machan surrounding it located near the centre of the NSD compo [...]
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Stay Hungry, Stay Smart
Some of the goodies that will be available at Gastro-Bazaar. Not that we mean to misquote Steve Jobs, but this is really what you should do this Sunday. Monkey Bar, in association w [...]
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Around 20 per cent elderly population suffering from spinal stenosis
Spinal Stenosis  is very common among overweight people. (File) Around 20 per cent of the elderly Indian population is suffering from spinal stenosis and the figure might increase [...]
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Walnuts, soybean may prevent diabetes risk
A study showed unsaturated fats like walnuts and soybean can help in reducing blood sugar levels. (Source: File photo) Eating more unsaturated fats like walnuts and soybean in place [...]
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Food Review:Pizza on my Mind
The interiors of World Pizza Journey. If ever there was a place of reincarnation, it’s probably Hauz Khas Village. Instead of people, restaurants come to be reborn, as is the case [...]
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On the Loose: Food Matters
I recently watched Chocolat again, the endearingly mushy film that suggests if you give yourself up entirely to cocoa, everything will be alright. For those who haven’t seen it, Juliette Binoche’s ethereal beauty is eclipsed by poetic frames of exotic [...]
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