Category: Lifestyle

Green leafy vegetables may prevent fatty liver disease

London: Eating green leafy vegetables in larger portion daily may reduce the risk of developing fatty liver disease, suggests researchers…

Obese kids as smart as their leaner peers: Study

London: Obese kids, or those with lesser aerobic fitness, are as smart as their leaner peers, finds a study, that…

Saudi: ‘World’s first’ women-only trampoline park open in Riyadh

RIYADH: After building anticipation for weeks, the world’s first women-only trampoline park has finally opened its doors in Saudi Arabia.…

Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2018 celebrates individuality with ‘Pride’

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Dec 18 (BusinessWire India): The14th edition of the renowned Blenders Pride Fashion Tour celebrates the self and…

Depression, anxiety affect health as much as smoking: Study

New York: Being anxious or depressed can increase risks for heart disease and stroke, the same as smoking and obesity,…

Only 2 per cent women promoted to lead tech teams: Survey

Bengaluru: Despite an increase in the number of women excelling in the tech world, women still remain highly underrepresented with…

Nicotine vaping on rise among US teenagers: Survey

New York: While tobacco use has been effectively controlled among US teenagers, nicotine vaping has almost doubled among high school…

Study uncovers link between body weight, cancer

Washington: Excess body weight or obesity is responsible for 3.9 per cent of cancer globally, a new study has found.…

Heart attack risk towers around Christmas Eve: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 17 (ANI): A new study has found that Christmas Eve is one of the most dangerous…

Food labels impact consumers’ consumption, claims study

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 17 (ANI): According to a recent study, food labels can lead to changes in consumers' intake…

Visiting emergency wing increases risk of self-directed violence

Washington: Though suicide is the second most reason for death among youth, the patients between the 15-29 age group visiting…

Men are more likely to abuse benzodiazepines

Washington: Turns out, a large number of people misuse benzodiazepines to get relieved from tension without consulting their physicians. A…

Philippines’ Catriono Elisa Gray crowned Miss Universe 2018

Bangkok: Catriona Elisa Gray from Philippines was crowned Miss Universe 2018 at a gala ceremony, where representatives from South Africa…

Right care at right time can save 30 million newborn every year: UNICEF

New Delhi: Around 30 million babies are born too soon, too small or become sick each year and need speacialised…

New drug offers hope for bone marrow cancer patients

London: A therapeutic drug has been found to improve outcomes and survival rates for patients with a serious type of…

Colleagues’ rudeness can affect your sleep: Study

New York: Unable to sleep properly? Blame your co-worker who is rude, uses sarcastic comments and demeaning language. According to…

Magnesium helps maintain optimum vitamin D levels: Study

New York: Researchers have found that magnesium may optimise vitamin D status, raising it in people with deficient levels and…

Hazelnuts may be the key to disease prevention

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 16 (ANI): A new research suggests that adding hazelnuts to your daily diet could bode well…

How bullying affects the brains of adolescents

Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 16 (ANI): According to a new study, effects of being bullied are more than just psychological.…

How bullying affects the brains of adolescents

Washington: According to a new study, effects of being bullied are more than just psychological. Research shows that there may…