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  • COVID-19: New AI-powered tool can assess symptoms, cut doctor visits

    Heterogeneous thinkers may possess quick decision-making: Study

    Florida: A recent mathematical indagation has come up with a new perspective claiming that a group of people with different information may possess better decision-making process than a group of people with…

  • Mango---King of fruits---loved by kings and commoners

    Study reveals mangoes can be useful in reducing facial wrinkles in older women

    Washington: A study published in the journal Nutrients by researchers at the University of California, Davis has come across wrinkle reduction feature of Ataulfo mangoes, commonly known as honey or Champagne mangoes…

  • Carcinogenic metals found in vapours from e-cigarettes

    Pod e-cigarettes less harmful than regular cigarettes, new study finds`

    Washington: Cigarette smoking causes more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States, according to federal government data — and some smokers find it nearly impossible to quit. Many of these…

  • Researchers develop new treatment for lung fibrosis

    New therapies to reduce lung fibrosis developed

    Washington: To suppress the impact of lung fibrosis, concerning COVID patients, scientists have been developing new treatment therapies, targeting the complications developed by the mutual relationship between the two. Philip S. Low,…

  • Seeking hijab inspiration? Check out beautiful styles donned by Sana Khan

    Seeking hijab inspiration? Check out beautiful styles donned by Sana Khan

    Mumbai: Popular Television actress and Bigg Boss fame Sana Khan, recently bid goodbye to the glamorous world of showbiz to follow the spiritual path. Sana is undoubtedly one of the prettiest faces…

  • Sleep restriction may amplify anger, frustration: Study

    New York: Feeling angry these days? Sleep deprivation might be the reason, which according to researchers amplifies anger and frustration. For the study, published in the journal SLEEP, the research team analysed daily…

  • Study examines impact of low-carb, high-fat diet on elderly people

    Study examines impact of low-carb, high-fat diet on elderly people

    Washington: A new study observed improvements in body composition, fat distribution and metabolic health in response to an eight-week very low-carbohydrate diet. The study led by researchers from the University of Alabama…

  • 5 tips for easy home gardening

    5 tips for easy home gardening

    New Delhi: Growing and maintaining a garden at home is a fun and rewarding way to care for nature. Especially in these boredom-filled days of lockdown, there is no other hobby that…

  • Fitness freaks may suffer minor injuries leading to major surgeries

    Fitness freaks may suffer minor injuries leading to major surgeries

    Hyderabad: Physical fitness is a thing which many people in the age group of 25 and 40 crave for. Sports, gymming and swimming are the major ways they choose to achieve physical…

  • Anxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair

    Anxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair

    New Delhi: The lockdown has resulted in stress for a lot of people – stress of being cooped inside for weeks together; the uncertainty looming large has taken a toll on peoples…

  • Boost your immunity against the Coronavirus with these foods

    COVID times: Study emphasises on eating in a Sustainable way

    Adelaide [Australia]: Experts from Flinders University, Australia say that amid a global pandemic, eating well in a sustainable way is more important now than ever. ‘Eating local’ and growing your fruit and…

  • Study finds sleep may protect us from forgetting old memories

    California [US]: While getting proper sleep has been proven to play a critical role in our health, in a new study, researchers report that sleep may also help people to learn continuously…

  • Rohit Rajput: Bodybuilder with the best genetics in India

    Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: Rohit Rajput has been gifted with the best of genetics which is proving helpful for him to represent India in the Olympia. But this does not mean he did…

  • Centre issues guidelines for reopening of gyms from Aug 5

    Centre issues guidelines for reopening of gyms from Aug 5

    New Delhi: From maintaining a distance of six feet, using visor rather than mask, following respiratory etiquette, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Monday issued guidelines for re-opening of gyms…

  • Torn pieces of paper with the words Hepatitis

    Myths and Facts associated with transmission of Hepatitis virus

    New Delhi: Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver commonly caused by viral infection. In India, over 40 million people are chronically infected with Hepatitis B and 12 million are affected by Hepatitis…

  • Hyderabad to have Telugu states first Plasma Bank

    Understanding Plasma Therapy

    New Delhi: As the wait for the Covid-19 vaccine continues, the battle rages on. Scores of people have tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, many have succumbed, and many more have recovered…

  • Hemp seeds and hemp oil, copy space

    Busting myths around hemp oil

    New Delhi: Hemp or hempseed oil is a popular ingredient for beauty and skincare products. However, it does come with its own set of popular myths. Ritika Jayaswal, CEO and Founder of…

  • Sweet and Healthy Porridge with Fresh Fruits. Diet Breafast Idea

    A fruitful monsoon diet!

    New Delhi: Monsoon demands some extra effort to stay fit and healthy. Since our immunity takes a dip during monsoons, making us susceptible to all kinds of infections. Especially amidst the Coronavirus…

  • Woman looking on her skin at bathroom

    How your psyche affects your skin health

    New Delhi: The skin and the mind are intricately related. The story is more complex than the proverbial appearance of “dark circles under the eyes” if you have not slept well. A…

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    Many people quit smoking during COVID-19

    Whether it is a smoke break during work hours or there is party, smokers always find a reason to have some puffs. As most of the MNCs and other sectors are working…

  • corncob

    Corn silk that you discard has enormous health benefits

    A corn cob that grows in a field and entangled in its silk also has numerous remedies. Who would have thought the silky hair have plethora of benefits.

  • College students more depressed due to COVID-19: Study

    New York: College students were more anxious and depressed during the initial phase of COVID-19 compared with a similar period in previous academic years. The study, published in the Journal of Medical Internet…

  • Men more likely to endorse COVID-19 conspiracy theories

    New York: Men are more likely than women to endorse coronavirus-related conspiracy theories, say, researchers. The study builds upon research from earlier this year that revealed Republicans were more likely than Democrats to…

  • Restaurants in Hyderabad

    Study reveals why early online reviews crucial for restaurants

    New York: Want your restaurant to be a hit? Take note. Researchers have found that just a few negative online restaurant reviews can determine how many of them it gets in a long-term.…

  • The UK announces plans to tackle ‘obesity time bomb’

    London: The UK has announced plans to tackle the “obesity time bomb”, with a ban on adverts for junk food at specific times, the cancellation of “buy one get one free” deals on…

  • Panda eyes or dark circles?

    New Delhi: It’s plausible to think that one of the impacts of the lockdown is radiating skin; being away from the pollution and no makeup should have been a blessing in disguise!…

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    Eat chocolate once a week to keep your heart healthy

    New York: It seems like chocolate is good for the heart as researchers have said that consuming chocolate at least once a week is linked with a reduced risk of heart disease. The…

  • Want to live longer? Follow a plant-based protein diet

    New York: If you want to lead a healthy, long life, read on. Researchers have found that diets high in protein, mainly plant protein, are associated with a lower risk of death from…

  • Teeth

    Gum disease may up mouth, stomach cancer risk: Study

    New York: People with a history of periodontal (gum) disease appear to have a higher risk of developing mouth and stomach cancer, warn researchers. Periodontitis or gum disease is a serious gum infection…

  • Boost your immunity against the Coronavirus with these foods

    Five lifestyle changes towards building immunity

    New Delhi: The monsoon is here. As much as we enjoy the rain, it is also the time when the humidity levels in the atmosphere are their highest, resulting in poor digestion…

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