Summer season brings along various skin related problems including rashes, tanning and sunburn. From following the essential routine of cleansing, toning and moisturising to maintaing a healthy diet, expert suggests various tips of taking care of yourself in the hot and humid weather.
March is World Sleep Month, which means research institutes around the globe are releasing reports on the importance of shut-eye, as well as tips on how to get enough. Here are a few suggestions.
Even if you can eat burgers and fries every day and not gain an ounce, you may want to consider one of these health food kicks to give yourself a boost this spring.
Parents of obese children may not be able to recognise that their kid is overweight unless they are at very extreme levels of obesity, new research led by an Indian-origin scientist shows.
Even for people living in the most polluted areas, it is healthier to go for a run, a walk or to cycle to work than it is to stay inactive.
Mixing lettuce varieties could help provide protection against the chain reactions of free radicals, molecules that can cause cell damage and generate various diseases, suggests a study.
Anyone who's serious about weight loss, needs to read this: If you thought you can trick yourself into eating less if you use a smaller plate, you are wrong, warns a new study.
Multi-tasking can hamper your performance and may even damage your brain, claim researchers from Stanford University.
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Guilty of saying this? It may just be the formula for a stress-free, long life.
Of the 1,000 reported TB deaths in India every day, a large chunk is from the middle and upper-middle classes in urban India
Bustling Mumbai is undoubtedly India's most vibrant metropolis, but with 60% of its 13 million population living in slums, inevitable shortfalls in housing, sanitation and nutrition make people susceptible to infection.
In a new study, scientists have found that adults who sleep more than 9 hours a night were 30% more likely to die early, and the required amount of sleep was between seven and eight hours,
People can soon cut down the time taken to heal their everyday cuts and burns by half with the help of a new therapy developed by researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York.
High-fat diet can affect brain health and promote changes in your behaviour, including increased anxiety, impaired memory, and repetitive behaviour, warns a new study.