Here’s why Rajma Chawal is hurting you

Rajma, or kidney beans, are harmful or even poisonous, when you consume them raw or undercooked. In fact, they may still be harmful when they are cooked at a temperature that’s lesser than 100 degree Celsius.

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Common Vision Disorders Could Be Holding Your Child Back in School

Some common vision disorders can’t be detected by a standard eye exam — and could be holding your child back in school.

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7 Relaxing Yoga Poses to Unwind

Today’s guest post is offered up by Jessica Gouthro of PaleoHacks.com. I feel like midsummer calls for some good R&R. Enjoy the chance to kick back and relax with her routine, everyone. A simple restorative yoga practice can teach you to truly relax your body, tune in with your breath, and calm your stressed-out mind.…

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Should you boil pasteurized milk?

The dilemma of boiling or not boiling our favourite Indian drink, milk, has crossed many of us. It is this debate of what our parents followed and what we need to follow that let us to this pertinent question – Should we boil milk or not?

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The month when people have the most sex in the year

The debate about how seasons affect sex lives seem to have been solved as a recent British study has interesting insights to offer.

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10 Questions for ‘Born This Way’ Star Megan Bomgaars

‘Born This Way’ star Megan Bomgaars talks fashion, fitness, and future projects.

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Dear Mark: CrossFit and Carb Questions

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering questions from the comment section of last Thursday’s post on CrossFit, Primal, and carbs. First, I use a comment from Dave to expand on the idea of earning your carbs and eating the carbs you earn. Second, I discuss the notion of athletes using cyclical low-carb diets. Would…

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Medication Mistakes Have Doubled in U.S. Since 2000: Study

Poison control centers get one call every 21 seconds about a potentially serious mix-up

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Interactive Article Bullet List Test – With Description

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 459

RESEARCH OF THE WEEK A fourth Denisovan appears. Regular meditation helps athletes endure interval training. “Edible” oils may partially explain the South Asian diabetes epidemic. When autophagy slows, cellular aging accelerates. Taking 5 kilograms of broccoli crammed into a single pill is great for a diabetic’s blood sugar numbers. Our relationship to the Neanderthals just…

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