Chicken Club Sandwich

Share by Chef Gulzar Ingredients: Boiled chicken 250 gm Boiled garlic 5-6 cloves Eggs 4 Bread slice 8-10 Tomato 2-3 Cucumber 2-3 Mayonnaise 1/2 cup Black pepper 1 tsp White pepper powder 1/2 tsp Salt to taste Method: First, boil chicken and garlic cloves. Now mix black pepper, white pepper powder, mayonnaise and salt andRead More

Fried Spring Chicken Recipe

Share Get a step by step recipe for fried spring chicken. It is delicious, easy to make and a highly popular chicken snack. It is eaten zealously in America, Europe, Pakistan, India, China, Thailand and many other countries. Here today, Chef Naushaba Ahmed tells how to make spring chicken with step by step instructions aidedRead More

Shami Kabab Recipe

Share Atif126 Shami Kabab is very popular kabab in Pakistan. You can make it at home easily at any time. You can also make it with mutton or chicken mince. Ingredients: Beef 1 kg Chana daal 1/2 kg Onions 3 Green chilies 8 Coriander leaves 3 bunches Whole spice powder 2 tsp Red chili powderRead More

Tarbooz Ka Sharbat

Share by Chef Gulzar Water melon 2 cups Sugar syrup 2-3 tbsp Lemon juice 2 tbsp Salt to taste Ice as required Water melon slice for garnish Method: Put water melon, sugar syrup and lemon juice in blender jug and blend it nicely. Now add salt and ice and blend more. Then take it outRead More

Certain nuts may help ward off return of colon cancer

Share the nation WASHINGTON: Eating certain kinds of tree nuts, such as almonds, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts and cashews, has been linked to a dramatically lower risk of colon cancer recurrence, researchers said Wednesday. The observational study involved 826 patients who had undergone treatment for stage III colon cancer, typically including surgery and chemotherapy. Such patientsRead More

Walking linked to improved brain function

Share the nation LONDON: A moderate-intensity walking regimen may reduce symptoms of mild cognitive impairment that are linked to poor blood vessel health in the brain, a small study suggests. Participants with vascular cognitive impairment, sometimes called vascular dementia, who walked three hours per week for six months had improved reaction times and other signsRead More

Ask the pharmacist: What’s the best way to put in eye or nasal drops?

Share By Mail Online Reporter In the second of a new weekly series, in association with LloydsPharmacy, a trained pharmacist answers your common medicine queries… First make sure your hands are clean and avoid touching the bottle tip to keep it free from germs and prevent unwanted infection, says Suresh Bagga from LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor.Read More

Living in cities ‘puts teens at greater risk of psychotic experiences’

Share    Teenagers who live in cities are more likely to suffer psychotic experiences than rural teens. Photograph: REX/Shutterstock Teenagers who live in large cities could be at greater risk of having psychotic experiences, according to research examining the impact of urban life on mental health. The finding ties in with previous studies and suggestsRead More

Pediatricians take aim at juice: It ‘has no essential role in healthy, balanced diets of children’

Share Juice may seem like a healthful option, but the American Academy of Pediatrics is advising parents to give their kids whole fruit instead. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) By Karen KaplanContact Reporter The American Academy of Pediatrics has some new advice about juice: Kids should resist the urge to drink it. If you’re cravingRead More

Can you be healthy and have obesity? Not really, says major study

Share With obesity affecting over a third of the population of the United States, the question of whether there is such a thing as healthy obesity is more important than ever. New research investigates whether people with obesity are still at increased risk of other diseases. Having obesity comes with a wide range of metabolicRead More