From Indian to Italian, nothing connects the culinary world like garlic. An expert, and a reader, make the best of it.
If you don't have the time or money to join a gym, find the nearest park or garden and get started. We tell you five ways to exercise outdoors for a toned body.
The restaurateur tells us all about what he likes and doesn't.
Taking too many antibiotics could lead to Type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Many types of antibiotics were associated with a higher risk of diabetes, but there was a stronger link with the use of narrow-spectrum antibiotics such as penicillin V.
Researchers have shown that drinking 500ml of water half-an-hour before eating the three main meals of the day may help you lose weight. For the study, which is published in the journal Obesity, obese adult participants recruited from general practices are monitored over a 12-week period.
The brain has two ways of learning, one is avoidance learning in which negative experiences train the brain to avoid repeating mistakes. The other is reward-based learning in which the brain feels rewarded for right answers.
Clearly, there needs to be greater awareness and management of the health risks associated with burning incense in indoor environments. A new study warns that burning incense may put your health at great risk including cancer.
Amblyopia, often known as the 'lazy eye', could be a physical manifestation of a brain disorder linked to changes in its connection to the weaker eye, a new study says.
The study also finds that consuming fish oils in the form of pills is not same as eating fish. The popular belief that consuming fish oil can prevent dementia is not true finds the study.
In a rare medical case, a woman in the US got a bacterial infection in her prosthetic knee due to a vigorous tooth flossing regimen.
Get this! Exercising outdoors is the new big thing. Fitness coach Thétis Guimbioko has come up with five easy exercises you can do using what's around you.
Negative workplace social climates encountered by women in male-dominated occupations may be linked to negative health outcomes. Cortisol levels naturally fluctuates through the day but people with high levels of stress exposure have different patterns of fluctuation than people exposed to more average levels of stress.
While traveling with friends or a significant other can be a lot of fun, traveling solo can be fun too. But are solo travellers lonely people, who are deprived of a suitable company and forced to go alone? No, says a study, adding that they are actually the most fun-loving people who want to enjoy it alone.
You know what they say about tension; that when it's thick, you could cut it with a knife. And if you are having pent up feelings about your office culture or the colleagues, there is a new avenue now where you can unload your frustrations without the risk of bumping into your boss.
As everything moves online, so has mental healthcare. A Delhi mall now has a virtual centre. Experts across India are using Skype and WhatsApp. Therapists say this has its pros, and cons.