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  • Health benefits of having pet animals at home

I meet so many mothers who won’t let their children walk barefoot in the house or the park, won’t let them touch snails, won’t let them grasp mud or go out in the hot rain of the monsoon, won’t let them near any animals and refuse to keep a pet because it might bring in bacteria. Their children wear socks throughout the year, have no idea what a plant is, apart from the cut flowers they see in vases at home.

And they are sicker than most children. For decades paediatricians warned mothers that if they wanted their children allergy free they should keep animals out of the house.

By the early 2000s, a number of studies showed the opposite - that exposure to pets in the very early stages of life confers protective benefits and prevents the development of allergic rhinitis, asthma and eczema. Of the nine studies analyzed in 2011, six detected lower levels of IgE antibodies and 15 to 21 percent less eczema in children who had been exposed to cats or dogs as soon they were born.

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  • Health benefits of having pet animals at home

    I meet so many mothers who won’t let their children walk barefoot in the house or the park, won’t let them touch snails, won’t let them grasp mud or go out in the hot rain of the monsoon, won’t let them near any animals and refuse to keep a pet because it might bring in bacteria. Their children wear socks throughout the year, have no idea what a plant is, apart from the cut flowers they see in vases at home.

    And they are sicker than most children. For decades paediatricians warned mothers that if they wanted their children allergy free they should keep animals out of the house.

    By the early 2000s, a number of studies showed the opposite - that exposure to pets in the very early stages of life confers protective benefits and prevents the development of allergic rhinitis, asthma and eczema. Of the nine studies analyzed in 2011, six detected lower levels of IgE antibodies and 15 to 21 percent less eczema in children who had been exposed to cats or dogs as soon they were born.

    For more news and updates, subscribe to www.english.mathrubhumi.com

    #Mathrubhumi #LatestKeralaNews #NewUpdates #Photos #Videos #InstaNews  #PetAnimals #Health
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  • Karkidakam - month of blessings begins

Karkidakam has begun. Reading of Ramayana has started at temples, and houses. At dusk on this sacred month, chants of the scripture would be resonated across the state.

Various rituals and programmes have been organised at temples across the state to commemorate the tradition of the month. Karkidaka month is also known as month of poverty (panja masam). This year, the Malayalam month ‘Karkidakam’ began on July 17. People believe that reading Ramayanam during this month will fetch blessing and prosperity to them. This was a way of living chose by the earlier generations under the providence of god during the tough month in monsoon.

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  • Karkidakam - month of blessings begins

    Karkidakam has begun. Reading of Ramayana has started at temples, and houses. At dusk on this sacred month, chants of the scripture would be resonated across the state.

    Various rituals and programmes have been organised at temples across the state to commemorate the tradition of the month. Karkidaka month is also known as month of poverty (panja masam). This year, the Malayalam month ‘Karkidakam’ began on July 17. People believe that reading Ramayanam during this month will fetch blessing and prosperity to them. This was a way of living chose by the earlier generations under the providence of god during the tough month in monsoon.

    For more news and updates, subscribe to www.english.mathrubhumi.com

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  • Dietary supplements may do more harm than good

Researchers have found that intake of some vitamins, minerals and other dietary supplements may not benefit the heart and, in some cases, may even prove to be injurious.

According to the study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, supplements combining calcium and vitamin D may be linked to a slightly increased stroke risk.

However, there was no evidence that calcium or vitamin D taken alone had any health risks or benefits.

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  • Dietary supplements may do more harm than good

    Researchers have found that intake of some vitamins, minerals and other dietary supplements may not benefit the heart and, in some cases, may even prove to be injurious.

    According to the study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, supplements combining calcium and vitamin D may be linked to a slightly increased stroke risk.

    However, there was no evidence that calcium or vitamin D taken alone had any health risks or benefits.

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  • Ranthambore's most famous tiger ‘Machali’ inspires a book on human survival.
At a time of increasing man-animal conflict comes a heart-warming tale of two families - one human, one tiger - following parallel journeys in which the powerful drives to connect, love and raise the next generation play out: All this inspired by Machali, arguably the most famous big cat in the Ranthambore reserve in India's northern state of Rajasthan.
"'Three Ways to Disappear' (Ashland Creek Press) is a convergence of my love of writing, my love of animals and nature," debut author Katy Yocum said in an interview from Louisville, Kentucky.
"Ah, Machali! The most beautiful, perfect tiger I have ever seen. One day during our visit to Ranthambore, as I took her photo, she looked right into my camera lens. A large print of that photo hangs on my wall now, so every day I see her looking right at me. Her gaze creates a sense of connection. Even if this is just an illusion, that photo makes me feel as if we shared a moment of rapport. It makes sense to me that she became a worldwide celebrity. She was so regal," Yocum said.
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  • Ranthambore's most famous tiger ‘Machali’ inspires a book on human survival.
    At a time of increasing man-animal conflict comes a heart-warming tale of two families - one human, one tiger - following parallel journeys in which the powerful drives to connect, love and raise the next generation play out: All this inspired by Machali, arguably the most famous big cat in the Ranthambore reserve in India's northern state of Rajasthan.
    "'Three Ways to Disappear' (Ashland Creek Press) is a convergence of my love of writing, my love of animals and nature," debut author Katy Yocum said in an interview from Louisville, Kentucky.
    "Ah, Machali! The most beautiful, perfect tiger I have ever seen. One day during our visit to Ranthambore, as I took her photo, she looked right into my camera lens. A large print of that photo hangs on my wall now, so every day I see her looking right at me. Her gaze creates a sense of connection. Even if this is just an illusion, that photo makes me feel as if we shared a moment of rapport. It makes sense to me that she became a worldwide celebrity. She was so regal," Yocum said.
    For more news and updates, subscribe towww.english.mathrubhumi.com
    #Mathrubhumi #LatestKeralaNews #NewUpdates #Photos #Videos #InstaNews #books #literature #tiger #author #interview #Machali #rajasthan
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  • Ardent fan of Thiruvambadi Sivasundar makes wooden sculpture of tusker
In memory of the late tusker Thiruvambadi Sivasundar, elephant lover Vipinraj from Paravur has made a mini wooden sculpture of the tusker. The sculpture will be brought for this year’s ‘Anayoottu’ ceremony (elephant feeding ceremony) at Vadakkunnathan temple on Sunday.
The two-feet tall sculpture was prepared in flame tree wood (Vaka). Vipinraj is busy with the finishing works of the beautiful sculpture. He said that he modelled the pictures of Sivasundar to make the sculpture. He had also met the tusker in person when it was alive. The tusker died one year ago.
“Tusker Sivasundar was known for the beauty of his front portions. Left side of the face is aggressive and right side is calm. Left eye was a bit redder in colour. The tip of the trunk looked like a rose flower. Ears were coloured like copper. All of his features were excellent,” Vipinraj remembered.
Though the sculpture is only two feet tall, it can be lifted by two persons together. The size of the sculpture was reduced considering the difficulties to carry it from Paravur to Thrissur. It was painted with a mix of acrylic, sealer and filler. The sculpture would not be adorned with a caparison as it hides the real beauty of the tusker.
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  • Ardent fan of Thiruvambadi Sivasundar makes wooden sculpture of tusker
    In memory of the late tusker Thiruvambadi Sivasundar, elephant lover Vipinraj from Paravur has made a mini wooden sculpture of the tusker. The sculpture will be brought for this year’s ‘Anayoottu’ ceremony (elephant feeding ceremony) at Vadakkunnathan temple on Sunday.
    The two-feet tall sculpture was prepared in flame tree wood (Vaka). Vipinraj is busy with the finishing works of the beautiful sculpture. He said that he modelled the pictures of Sivasundar to make the sculpture. He had also met the tusker in person when it was alive. The tusker died one year ago.
    “Tusker Sivasundar was known for the beauty of his front portions. Left side of the face is aggressive and right side is calm. Left eye was a bit redder in colour. The tip of the trunk looked like a rose flower. Ears were coloured like copper. All of his features were excellent,” Vipinraj remembered.
    Though the sculpture is only two feet tall, it can be lifted by two persons together. The size of the sculpture was reduced considering the difficulties to carry it from Paravur to Thrissur. It was painted with a mix of acrylic, sealer and filler. The sculpture would not be adorned with a caparison as it hides the real beauty of the tusker.
    For more news and updates, subscribe towww.english.mathrubhumi.com
    #Mathrubhumi #LatestKeralaNews #NewUpdates #Photos #Videos #InstaNews #elephant #tusker #sculpture #art #wooden #artist
  •  248  3  2 hours ago
  • Engineering students develop ‘robot’ for easy harvesting of coconuts.
The students of Christ Engineering College in Irinjalakuda have developed a unique machine that helps coconut farmers in harvesting. Final year mechanical engineering students Ashwin Anil, Evin Paul, Joseph and Kiran Joy designed and developed the robot for climbing coconut trees and plucking coconuts. Assistant professor T. V. Sreejith is the guide of the project team.
Named as ‘Kera Harvester’, the machine weighs less than 8 kilograms. It has two parts to climb the tree and pluck coconuts. The machine works on 12W electricity and its prototype costs Rs 14,000. 'Kera Harvester' acts like a robot with automated working style and WiFi modules.
The machine can be controlled with the help of a remote from the bottom of the tree. The operator can see the top portions of the coconut tree on the screen through the camera attached to the machine. The wheels of the machine tighten and loosen according to the size of the tree.
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  • Engineering students develop ‘robot’ for easy harvesting of coconuts.
    The students of Christ Engineering College in Irinjalakuda have developed a unique machine that helps coconut farmers in harvesting. Final year mechanical engineering students Ashwin Anil, Evin Paul, Joseph and Kiran Joy designed and developed the robot for climbing coconut trees and plucking coconuts. Assistant professor T. V. Sreejith is the guide of the project team.
    Named as ‘Kera Harvester’, the machine weighs less than 8 kilograms. It has two parts to climb the tree and pluck coconuts. The machine works on 12W electricity and its prototype costs Rs 14,000. 'Kera Harvester' acts like a robot with automated working style and WiFi modules.
    The machine can be controlled with the help of a remote from the bottom of the tree. The operator can see the top portions of the coconut tree on the screen through the camera attached to the machine. The wheels of the machine tighten and loosen according to the size of the tree.
    For more news and updates, subscribe towww.english.mathrubhumi.com
    #Mathrubhumi #LatestKeralaNews #NewUpdates #Photos #Videos #InstaNews #farming #agriculture #coconutclimber
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  • Malabar food festival ‘Ummante Vadakkini’ to commence on Friday.
The food festival ‘Ummante Vadakkini’ (roughly translated as mother’s kitchen) of special Malabar cuisine will commence near town hall premises here on Friday. The food festival is organised by Malappuram municipality and Kudumbashree.
Food items will be prepared live at the venue without adding any preservatives or colour additives. About 15 Kudumbashree units from various panchayats in the district will participate in the fest. The food festival will commence with a ‘Payasam making’ competition on Friday morning. The stalls will function from 10 in the morning to night. The fest will continue till Sunday.
MLA P. Ubaidulla will inaugurate the food fest on Saturday at 5 in the evening. Exhibition and sales of Kudumbashree products and cultural programmes by the members of Balasabha and other artists will also take place at the event.
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  • Malabar food festival ‘Ummante Vadakkini’ to commence on Friday.
    The food festival ‘Ummante Vadakkini’ (roughly translated as mother’s kitchen) of special Malabar cuisine will commence near town hall premises here on Friday. The food festival is organised by Malappuram municipality and Kudumbashree.
    Food items will be prepared live at the venue without adding any preservatives or colour additives. About 15 Kudumbashree units from various panchayats in the district will participate in the fest. The food festival will commence with a ‘Payasam making’ competition on Friday morning. The stalls will function from 10 in the morning to night. The fest will continue till Sunday.
    MLA P. Ubaidulla will inaugurate the food fest on Saturday at 5 in the evening. Exhibition and sales of Kudumbashree products and cultural programmes by the members of Balasabha and other artists will also take place at the event.
    For more news and updates, subscribe towww.english.mathrubhumi.com
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  • 30 minutes, 30 kms; Arya rushes from wedding mandap to exam hall

Within 30 minutes, two important events happened in Aryakrishna’s life on Monday. That too, a distance of 30 kms between the two events. The first event was her marriage and the second was her BEd Exam.

Aryakrishna’s marriage was fixed on Monday at 9.30 am with Akhil, a native of Kuzhikattussery. Arya is the daughter of Kodakara natives Sadanandan and Suma. But, coming as a shock, the university postponed the exam scheduled to be held on July 3 to July 8. The exam date was postponed after the family had done all preparations for the marriage leaving no room to postpone the event. Many advised her to abandon the exam but Arya and Akhil had only one decision. That was to write exam.

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  • 30 minutes, 30 kms; Arya rushes from wedding mandap to exam hall

    Within 30 minutes, two important events happened in Aryakrishna’s life on Monday. That too, a distance of 30 kms between the two events. The first event was her marriage and the second was her BEd Exam.

    Aryakrishna’s marriage was fixed on Monday at 9.30 am with Akhil, a native of Kuzhikattussery. Arya is the daughter of Kodakara natives Sadanandan and Suma. But, coming as a shock, the university postponed the exam scheduled to be held on July 3 to July 8. The exam date was postponed after the family had done all preparations for the marriage leaving no room to postpone the event. Many advised her to abandon the exam but Arya and Akhil had only one decision. That was to write exam.

    #Mathrubhumi #LatestKeralaNews #NewUpdates #Photos #Videos #InstaNews  #Marriage #Arya #BEdExam
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