Category: Lifestyle

Fixed bedtime, sufficient sleep may lead to healthier teens

Washington D.C.: According to a recent study, having a fixed bedtime and getting sufficient amount of sleep from early childhood…

This 150-year-old bangle shop caters to Rajasthan’s royal family

Jodhpur (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 7 (ANI): Rajasthan is a state that is home to a number of art and culture…

Kochi: 818-year-old synagogue reopens, devotees welcome ‘Sefer Torah’

Kochi (Kerala) [India], Dec 7 (ANI): 818-year-old Kadavumbagam synagogue on Market Road in Ernakulam, which was closed for worship since…

Narcissists less likely to support democracy, study suggests

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 6 (ANI): People with a narcissistic self-view are less likely to support the idea of democracy,…

Footwear to reinvent your little black dress for Christmas

New Delhi: With Christmas fast approaching, you'll be digging deep into your wardrobe for your trusted little black dress (LBD)…

Diana Penty named Estée Lauder’s first India ambassador

New Delhi: Actress Diana Penty has been appointed the first India ambassador for global brand Estée Lauder. The actress will…

Poor nutrition during pregnancy may advance menopause

New York: While it is known that inadequate nutrition during foetal development can cause diabetes and heart disease, a new…

World’s smallest device to prevent skin cancer, mood disorder risk

New York: Scientists have developed the world's smallest wearable, battery-free device that can warn people of overexposure to ultraviolet rays…

Vitamin D deficiency can raise depression risk in elderly

London: Deficiency in vitamin D -- the 'sunshine vitamin' -- among older adults is associated with a substantial increased risk…

Diabetes drug linked to lower risk of heart disease

London: Using liraglutide - an injectable drug widely used to lower blood sugar levels - may help reduce risk of…

Air pollution can increase risk of miscarriage

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 6 (ANI): Adding another risk to the list of health issues caused by air pollution, a…

‘Pollution’s dangers can be passed on to next generation’

Washington: Parent's exposure to dirty air before conceiving could have a negative impact on the heart health of the offspring…

Pollution the invisible killer; food the visible healer

New Delhi: One-sixth of the world's population is impacted and affected by air pollution with various countries taking remedial measures,…

This Karnataka-based veterinary doctor has parrots from 29 countries

Kalaburagi (Karnataka) [India], Dec 6 (ANI): Vishwanath Hegga, a veterinary doctor based in Kalaburagi, boasts of a collection of 29…

Meet ‘lentil man’- a Jodhpur-based miniature artist

Jodhpur (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 6 (ANI): Vijay Prajapat, a Jodhpur-based miniature artist who is popularly known as the 'lentil man',…

Neighbourhoods flanked with greenery promote a healthy heart, suggests study

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 5 (ANI): According to a recent study, people who live in leafy, green neighbourhoods are at…

Adult hearts lack stem cells: Study

London: Heart stem cells that might repair the heart muscle after a heart attack do not exist in adults, say…

No link between fish oil and perioperative bleeding

Washington: A recent study has stated that fish oil - which contains the omega-3s (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)…

Just 1 hour on treadmill can boost metabolism for 2 days: Study

New York: A single workout session consisting of three 20-minute treadmill runs could activate neurons that are important regulators of…

Infertility duration may affect sperm count

Washington: According to a research, a longer duration of infertility leads to lower sperm count and other parameters of impaired…