Category: Lifestyle

Hormone therapy for prostate cancer a tricky choice

Washington: Hormone therapy for prostate cancer can go either way, while some patents withstand the therapy, others outwit a standard…

Students only consume fruits if affordable

Washington: According to a recent study, while a benefit-oriented approach to nutrition increases college students' willingness to consume fruits and…

Early menopause not related to intense physical activity

Washington: Turns out, there are no links between early menopause and the amount of physical activity that women undertake. Until…

Artificial Intelligence predicts heart disease deaths better than doctors

Washington: According to a latest study, a recent model developed using Artificial Intelligence (AI) can better predict the risk of…

Patients want more information about their medicine

Washington: According to a recent study, patients are looking for more information on the medicines they're prescribed and want a…

Deadly ‘rat fever’ strikes Kerala after worst floods in a century

Kozhikode (Kerala): "Rat Fever" and other diseases have killed 14 people in the southern Indian state of Kerala after the…

Sara Iftekhar: First Miss England finalist to wear a hijab

LONDON: A Miss England contestant is set to wear a hijab in the finals on Tuesday (Sept 5), in a…

This is how children want their food served

Washington: Getting children to eat their food is a big task for many parents. According to a new research, children…

Smart feeding techniques for fussy child

NEW DELHI: It is natural to worry whether your child is getting enough food and nutritional value when they refuse…

1.4 billion risk disease from lack of exercise: WHO

Paris: More than 1.4 billion adults are putting themselves at heightened risk of deadly diseases by not getting enough exercise,…

Countries in WHO South-East Asia Region resolve to make essential medicines accessible

New Delhi: Member countries of WHO (World Health Organisation) South-East Asia Region on Tuesday committed to make essential medicines, vaccines,…

How baby talk words can boost infants’ language skills

LONDON: Do you often speak to your baby? The more baby talk words that the infants are exposed to, the…

Currency notes are the carriers of diseases; CAIT calls for investigations

New Delhi: The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has called for an investigation to assess the possibilities of diseases…

Study provides 10-year risk estimates for dementia

Washington: A new study has provided 10-year absolute risk estimates for dementia, specific to age and sex, which may help…

Yami Gautam follows grandmother’s tips for beauty

Mumbai: Actress Yami Gautam's beauty secrets are home remedies recommended by her grandmother. Right from using as many natural things…

Fashion has come a long way in representation: Model Radhika Nair

New Delhi: Model Radhika Nair, who had bagged a Balenciaga exclusive in 2016 making her the first Indian woman to…

Researchers develop neutrophil ‘nanosponges’ to cure arthritis

Washington: Researchers have developed neutrophil "nanosponges" that can safely absorb and neutralise a variety of proteins that play a role…

All you need to know about sickle-cell disease

Washington: A new study sheds light on how sickle-cell disease occurs when deformed red blood cells clump together, blocking tiny…

Yami Gautam follows grandmother’s tips for beauty

Mumbai: Actress Yami Gautam's beauty secrets are home remedies recommended by her grandmother. Right from using as many natural things…

Bachchans, Bollywood celebs support Shweta’s design debut

Mumbai: The Bachchan family, apart from a string of Bollywood celebrities turned up to support Shweta Bachchan Nanda, daughter of…