Category: Lifestyle

Low-calorie diet may improve cell performance

Sao Paulo: Consuming low-calorie food may have a protective effect against some diseases as the number of calories a person…

Turn down the volume: WHO takes aim at harmful smartphone use

Geneva: More than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through excessive use of smartphones and other audio devices,…

You can now buy a bag that’s been run over by Mercedes-AMG GT R!

Washington: Ever imagined owning a bag that has been run over by a car? For most people, owning a bag,…

To kickstart your new fitness regime, here are 5 exercises you should do!

New Delhi: You may be keen to lose some ounces of weight and look fit and fine in the hustle…

92% singles look for love in matrimony: BharatMatrimony Valentine’s Day survey

New Delhi: In this digital age, more and more people are turning to dating apps in order to meet someone…

Consuming fewer calories can improve cell performance: Study

Washington: Diet consisting of fewer calories can improve cell performance, a recent study suggests. The result of the study suggests…

Physicists develop new method to identify antibiotics-resistant bacteria

Washington: Physicists have now found a method to quickly identify single antibiotic-resistant bacteria cells that are the agents of tuberculosis.…

Dressing tips for Valentine’s Day date

Mumbai: Confused what to wear on your date this Valentine's Day? Opt for flirty ankle strap heels or playful pumps…

Indian jewels sparkle at NYFW ramp

New York: Indian jewels sparkled at popular designer Bibhu Mohapatra's show at the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) ramp. Narayan…

New TB drug may shorten treatment duration: Study

New York: A new experimental antibiotic for tuberculosis (TB) has been shown to be more effective against TB than Isoniazid,…

Stress-free training may enhance surgical skill: Study

Washington: Researchers now suggest that the best way to train surgeons is to remove the stress of residency programmes and…

Almost 2,000 bacteria discovered in human gut

Washington: Researchers have now identified almost 2,000 bacterial species living the human gut. The team from EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute…

Transgender women at higher risk of being in HIV transmission network

Washington: The HIV virus evolves quickly with genetic variations arising frequently and local health departments and the Centers for Disease…

Regularly consuming ‘ultraprocessed’ foods increases risk of early death: Study

Washington: While we all love nibbling away at our pizzas, chips or french fries, a new study, conducted in France,…

Measles outbreak in Philippines kills 70

Manila: At least 70 people, mostly children under four years of age, have been confirmed dead due to measles outbreak…

New mechanism that may prevent Alzheimer’s identified

New York: Researchers have identified a novel mechanism and a potential new therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease (AD), says a…

Low-fibre, high-fat diet may up severe sepsis risk

New York:Consuming a Western diet, low in fibre and high in fat and sugar, can put you at increased risk…

Birth control pills could impair women’s ability to recognise emotion

London: Despite the widespread use of oral contraceptives (OCPs) by women, many are not aware that it may impair their…

Thinking about secrets can harm your well-being

Washington: Some secrets are such that you just can’t stop thinking about them over and over again. According to a…

Women shine at Grammy Awards 2019

Los Angeles: A year after the Grammy Awards were criticised for its track record in gender representation, women took centrestage…