Category: Lifestyle

Sweeteners may not help lose weight

Washington: The findings of a recent study suggest that artificial sweeteners may not help with weight loss. The research, published…

Alzheimer’s disease: Drug-free treatment to reverse symptoms soon

Queensland: Researchers at Queensland Brain Institute had successfully reversed the symptoms of dementia in animals without using any drugs. Now,…

Bird flu is under control in Bihar, says Minister

Patna: Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Wednesday said bird flu is under control in the state and…

Here’s how you can help smokers kick that butt

Washington: According to a study, when smokers-who are trying to quit-are allowed to regulate their nicotine intake, it helps them…

Here’s the secret to maintaining weight loss

New York: Staying in shape is no mean job as people often find that they quickly regain the weight that…

Taapsee Pannu stars on cover of magazine

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Taapsee Pannu looks stunning as she features on the cover of a fashion magazine. Donning a…

Kerala: 620-km-long ‘Women’s Wall’ for gender equality

Thiruvananthapuram: In a wonderful initiative to support gender equality and renaissance value, around 50 lakh women formed a 620-km-long 'Women's…

How to pick warmest workwear trends this winter

New Delhi:Indian men are excruciatingly conservative with a colour palette that usually spans from blue to black. How about making…

Advanced brain simulator to help understand neurological disorder

London:In a bid to improve understanding of neurological disorders, researchers have created a fast and energy-efficient simulation of part of…

New sensor can monitor heart cells with minimal disruption

Tokyo: Engineers have demonstrated an electronic device to closely monitor beating heart cells, or cardiomyocytes, without affecting their behaviour. Inside…

Advanced brain simulator to help understand neurological disorder

London: In a bid to improve understanding of neurological disorders, researchers have created a fast and energy-efficient simulation of part…

Free of cost blood in Punjab hospitals from Jan 1

Chandigarh: Blood will be provided free of cost in government hospitals across Punjab from Tuesday (Jan 1), a Minister said…

Your brain rewards you twice when you eat: Study

Washington: According to new research, a meal can trigger reward signals in the brain twice-first when the food is ingested…

Why bereavement can lead to a ‘broken heart’

London: While loss of a loved one or breakdown of a relationship is often linked to a "broken heart", not…

Check out Janhvi Kapoor’s chic look on the new magazine cover

New Delhi: Impressing us with her fashion sense, Bollywood's fresh face Janhvi Kapoor recently appeared on the cover page of…

Doctor to be monitored in US after possible exposure to Ebola

New York: An American citizen will be transported privately to Nebraska Medical Center for monitoring after possible exposure to the…

Here’s how gut bacteria can curb harmful effects of high BP

London: To a large extent our well-being depends on what bacterial guests in our digestive tract consume as researchers have…

Low Vitamin D intake found in asthma patients

Washington: The recent research has found a reduced Vitamin D intake in occupational asthma patients. Previously, Vitamin D intake was…

Here’s how physical aggression in children develops as they age

Washington: High physical aggression issues during adolescence may put children at increased risk of violent crime, social maladjustment, and alcohol…

Bid goodbye to 2018 with striking clothing combinations

New Delhi: With evolving fashion taste one always wants to wear designer, artistic and luxurious looking outfits on any specific…