have seen her spreading joy on-screen many a time. Sarah Khan’s
inherent innocence could make anyone put the remote down and fix their
gaze on her. Charming, beautiful, well mannered, talented – there are
many words to describe the young actress, but her playful nature along
with her child-like voice are features that stand out. She might be
playing in the under-25 team for now, but this, by no way, means, that
she has fewer achievements to boast about. Along with a couple of
nominations and a recent award, she has several successful serials to
brag about, and has a lot more to offer in her repertoire. - See more
A: Dear Kumail, the most common reason for someone to not feel hungry is that they have either just eaten, or they have not burnt enough calories since they last ate. However, not feeling hungry or not wanting to eat when your body needs the calories is called anorexia and has many causes, including psychological (anorexia nervosa); chronic illness (especially kidney disease); and cancer. If you have anorexia combined with weight loss, you should consult your doctor as soon as possible.
A: Dear, high cholesterol increases your risk of heart diseases and heart attacks. You can improve cholesterol with medications, but it is better if you first make certain lifestyle changes to improve your cholesterol. Remember, diet alone won't be much beneficial. Exercise can improve cholesterol as well. Moderate physical activity can help raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, the "good" cholesterol. With your doctor's recommendation, work out for at least 30 minutes in a day.
A: Dear Faris, usually a child's height is determined by internal and external factors like genetics, daily nutritional intake, rest and sleep cycles, lifestyle, posture and environment. A person’s growth slows down after the first year of life, breaking down into mini growth spurts. By the time a child reaches adolescence, growth rates increase once again with girls hitting a major spurt between the ages of 8 and 13. Boys reach this growth spurt between the ages of 10 to 15. In order to ensure that you reach a healthy height and weight, you must learn certain lifestyle habits while practicing patience. Every child grows at a different rate, which stops after puberty.