Lifestyle

  • Cholesterol and fate of drug targets of depression

    Hyderabad: Cells in our body communicate with their surroundings through tiny nanomachines called G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) that are embedded in the outermost membrane which wraps the cell.  Owing to their crucial…

  • Millennial demand for upbringing plants at home is pretty high

    Washington: Being a good ‘plant-parent’ can be one of the biggest challenges to most millennials and here’s why. After meta-analysing the millennial behaviour towards herbs and shrubs, the study, conducted by OnePoll…

  • Coronavirus

    Whistleblower doctor arrested for raising alarm, dies of virus

    BEIJING: A Chinese doctor who was punished after raising the alarm about China’s new coronavirus died from the pathogen on Friday, sparking an outpouring of grief and anger over a worsening crisis…

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    People without symptoms can also be infected by Coronavirus

    NEW DELHI/BEIJING: A person infected with the Novel Coronavirus 2019-nCoV, may not necessarily show any symptoms at all, as per the latest medical reports in China. China’s health authorities claim that several…

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    Two Keralites under observation flee to Saudi Arabia

    KOZHIKODE: Kerala, which has reported three positive cases of Coronavirus and has over 2,500 people under watch, faced a fresh problem as authorities on Tuesday discovered that two people, who came here from…

  • One in 10 Indians will develop Cancer: WHO

    United Nations: A recent report from the World Health Organization has revealed chilling details on Indian citizen’s health concerns. In the year 2018, India had an estimated 1.16 million new cancer cases…

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    Thailand claim new drug treating coronavirus ‘successful’

    NEW DELHI: A Chinese woman who tested positive for the deadly new coronavirus (nCoV) has been successfully treated by the doctors in Thailand with a combination drug used in HIV and flu,…

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    Coronavirus: Over 75,000 infected in Wuhan

    PARIS: More than 75,000 people — ten times the official tally of confirmed cases — have been infected with the coronavirus in Wuhan, ground zero of a global health emergency, according to research published…

  • Best kept secrets for healthy skin

    New Delhi:Healthy and radiant skin is not something you can achieve in a week or even a month! A mix of healthy habits, and daily routines can contribute to better, healthier skin…

  • Awareness for microgreens in Hyderabad is very high: Savio Souz

    Awareness for microgreens in Hyderabad is very high: Savio Souz

    Hyderabad: The Micro Greens have become the latest trend of healthy living. In this light of the background, FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) and Young FICCI Ladies Organisation (YFLO) jointly organised a Workshop…

  • 8 lakh Indians using extramarital dating app Gleeden

    New Delhi: Eight lakh married Indian men and women, with the largest percentage from the tech hub of Bengaluru, have registered on an extra-marital dating app — Gleeden, a new report said…

  • Looking younger is easy after this study

    California: Looking younger is easier than ever after a new cosmetic procedure that researchers have found. The study conducted by the researchers of UCLA was recently published in the journal – Aesthetic…

  • Junk Food

    Eating fast food leads to infertility: Report

    Canberra: Researchers found that eating fast food regularly was linked to a twofold increase in the risk of infertility in women of childbearing age. What’s more, not eating enough fruit was tied…

  • Fast track your weight loss with these kitchen essentials

    New Delhi: Looking to lose some extra kilos? Look no further than some easy-to-find items in your own kitchen. “Diet and exercise can help to lose weight in a healthy way but…

  • Find a personalised exercise routine

    New Delhi: With so many options available in the fitness space, finding the one right for you can be a task. Amaresh Ojha, CEO and Founder, Gympik shares his top tips. Assess…

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