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  • Here’s how to get Rapunzel-like thicker, longer hair in no time!

    New Delhi: Beauty draws us with a single hair, rightly said great English poet Alexander Pope. Healthy hair is considered a sign of beauty, especially for girls. Possessing luscious, shiny hair is…

  • Skincare tips: 5 habits you need to adapt as you turn ’30’

    As we grow older, Skin which is the largest organ of our body turns old too so the organ needs a little extra care. Your body goes through several changes when you…

  • Immune cells rewire, repair brain while we sleep: Study

    New York: Researchers have found that immune cells called microglia, which play an important role in reorganising the connections between nerve cells, fighting infections, and repairing damage, are also primarily active while…

  • How to take care of baby’s skin during winter

    New Delhi: With winter just around the corner, the need for extra care and nourishment for the babys skin becomes a top priority for a mother.Health experts suggest that winter calls for…

  • Want to be fit? Workout before breakfast

    London: Fitness enthusiasts, take a note! Researchers have found that working out before breakfast could increase health benefits of exercise.The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, the Universities…

  • Hyderabad: INIFD’s 17th Annual Graduation Ceremony held

    Hyderabad: INIFD’s 17th Annual Graduation Ceremony held

    There is no dearth of Design Talent in Hyderabad. The City is the Fashion Capital of South India: Sanjay Saraswat, Centre Director, INIFD Himayatnagar Branch There is no rural and urban divide.…

  • High on ease, low on nutrition: instant-noodle diet harms kids

    Easy & cheap, low in nutrients: instant-noodle diet harms kids

    MANILA: A diet heavy on cheap, modern food like instant noodles that fills bellies but lacks key nutrients has left millions of children unhealthily thin or overweight in southeast Asia, experts say.…

  • Poor dietary habits, increased stress linked with acne

    Madrid:  Poor dietary habits, increased stress and harsh skincare routines were among the most significant factors associated with acne, according to a study.The research presented at the 28th European Academy of Dermatology…

  • Eye drops show promise for treating dry eye disease

    New York:  Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have identified the presence of a specific type of antibody, called anti-citrullinated protein autoantibodies, or ACPAs, in human tear fluid.They also demonstrated that patients with…

  • Irony, humour keep teen boys healthy on social media: Study

    London:  Rather than being victims of online harms, such as an unhealthy body image obsession, teenage boys are able to use humour, irony and banter to navigate social media content, a new…

  • Even ‘Special occasion’ drinking during pregnancy is harmful

    Washington D.C: Even one or two shots of alcohols on special occasions during pregnancy are harmful, claim researchers. Research in the Journal of — Physiology — showed even small amounts of drinking during pregnancy can cause…

  • Hyderabad Design Week begins with exhibition on sherwani

    Hyderabad Design Week begins with exhibition on sherwani

    Hyderabad: With an exhibition on ethnic wear “Sherwani” to a workshop on kite making and flying and another event called tie and dye, the Hyderabad Design Week (HDW) began here on Wednesday.…

  • Consumer 3D printers may harm your lungs: Study

    New York: Consumer-grade 3D printers emit particles that can negatively impact indoor air quality and have the potential to harm respiratory health, according to a new study. Researchers from Georgia Institute of…

  • New research enables more heart donations

    There is no age for exercise when it comes to heart

    New York: Regular exercise is highly beneficial for all patients with cardiovascular disease regardless of age, a new study has said, adding that patients who benefited most from cardiac rehabilitation were those…

  • CNNS finds high percent of mothers have no formal education

    New Delhi: The latest Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS) has found that a high percentage of Indian mothers have no formal education.The survey found that the percentage of mothers with no formal…

  • Ways you can use Tea tree oil

    New Delhi: The importance of oil in hair care is undisputed. Tea Tree oil is known to have cooling properties that make it ideal for hair in a humid country like India.…

  • MP honeytrap: Ex-Ministers, top babus, TV reporter under lens

    Dating apps like Grindr promoting weight stigma among gay men

    Toronto: Grindr, the most popular dating app for the LGBTQ community, is generating negative effect on men’s body image, especially when it came to weight, say researchers.Three out of four gay men…

  • Want to cut food intake? Dine alone

    London: If you are planning to cut down on your daily food intake to get into shape, better dine alone as a new research has found that people tend to eat more…

  • Kareena Kapoor: I do at least 100 pouts a day

    Kareena Kapoor shimmers in strapless golden ensemble

    New Delhi: Kareena Kapoor Khan, known for her chic style and fashion statements, is now unleashing her sensually glamorous side on Elle magazine’s cover. The actor is setting the temperature soaring with…

  • Exposure to air pollution can make you more aggressive

    New York: Researchers have found that breathing polluted air does not only make you sick, but it could also make you more aggressive.The research team from the Colorado State University found that…

  • Parent’s lies to children, make them liars, selfish in adulthood

    Washington D.C. [USA]: Lies spoken to children might help in controlling them for short term but continue to affect them even when they grow up. A new study published in the Journal…

  • Respect your money earned, film star, Jenelia tells women folks

    Respect your money earned, film star, Jenelia tells women folks

    Hyderabad: Respect the money that you earned. It is not easy to earn money. We struggle a lot. We sacrifice a lot. So women must not only know how to manage their…

  • For moms-to-be: Important tips for a healthy pregnancy

    New Delhi: Ensuring correct nutrition for pregnant women is important not only for a healthy pregnancy, but also to make sure that the mother continues to remain strong throughout her gestation period…

  • Much like dogs, cats can be securely or insecurely

    Washington : Unlike dogs, cats are known for being aloof from their owners. But a study suggests that cat’s socio-cognitive abilities and the depth of their human attachments have been underestimated. The…

  • Teenagers less responsive to mothers with controlling voice

    Washington: Researchers claims that teenagers are less responsive and cooperative with mothers who have a controlling tone of voice. The experimental study involving over 1000 adolescents aged 14-15 is the first to…

  • What makes Indian women happy? RSS survey reveals facts

    New Delhi: An RSS study on what makes Indian women happy has shown some interesting responses from different ages. The survey was conducted on various parameters such as education, employment, health and…

  • Try new bioactive therapeutic hair oil for hair growth-ST. FLORA

    Try new bioactive therapeutic hair oil for hair growth-ST. FLORA

    Are you shampooing and conditioning every couple of days, applying a hair mask and sleeping on a silk pillowcase, but why is your hair still suffering? The Chances are all you need…

  • Dengue-the killer mosquito fever on rise in Telangana

    Dengue-the killer mosquito fever on rise in Telangana

    Hyderabad: A dengue outbreak in Hyderabad and its surroundings has claimed more than 50 lives in last about 30 days. Over 1,300 people are suffering from Dengue. This number is constantly increasing.…

  • Women respond quicker to natural disasters than men: Study

    New York:  Women are quicker to take cover or prepare to evacuate during an emergency, but often have trouble convincing the men in their life to do so, a new study suggests.“We…

  • Man goes to bury daughter, finds another alive

    Mother or baby die in child birth every 11 seconds: UN

    Global child and maternal deaths have fallen sharply in recent decades, but new UN statistics released Thursday show unequal progress, with more than five childbirths a minute ending in tragedy. Two reports…

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