NDTV Food, January 29, 2015 18:08 IST
Hypertension or high blood pressure is possibly the biggest threat to a persons health. Also known as the silent killer, it creeps up without warning and has very few, almost no tell ...
Felicity Cloake, guardian.co.uk, January 29, 2015 17:35 IST
Is salted caramel a fad or the worlds most delicious foodstuff? Does the sauce need any extra flavours vanilla, rosemary, chilli and what do you drizzle it on?
NDTV Food, January 29, 2015 17:23 IST
Green tea helps with weight-loss, diabetes, protects your heart, helps get rid of that wretched smoking addiction and boosts your immunity! If these werent enough, heres another reason.
Jack Monroe, guardian.co.uk, January 29, 2015 12:57 IST
The humble kidney bean makes a great base for this deeply satisfying soup and dumpling combo.
Hiroko Tabuchi, The New York Times, January 29, 2015 12:46 IST
McDonalds announced Wednesday that its chief executive would step down, just days after the fast-food restaurant chain posted one of its worst financial performances in years.
Dr. Shikha Sharma , January 29, 2015 11:10 IST
A large number of women all over the world suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). It's a condition that affects a woman's menstrual cycle, hormones and ovulation.
NDTV Food, January 28, 2015 18:14 IST
Will my dish cook through and through, will it grasp the flavor, will it be raw or will it be overcooked? These are some basic questions that run through the minds of ...
NDTV Food, January 28, 2015 15:39 IST
You might think United States tops the list of the Fattest Countries in the World but youd be wrong. Close, but wrong.
Melissa Clark, The New York Times, January 28, 2015 13:41 IST
Brining a chicken before roasting it is an age-old technique. An overnight soak in brine seasons the bird through and through, and locks in moisture for tender flesh.
David Tanis, The New York Times, January 28, 2015 13:20 IST
But lately Ive been crazy for dosas, the heavenly crisp South Indian sourdough pancakes, particularly the classic potato-stuffed masala dosa.
Julia Moskin, The New York Times, January 28, 2015 12:56 IST
If you like to make chili and dont live in Texas, consider yourself lucky. Passions run high in that state over pressing issues like what brand of canned tomatoes to use (if ...
Amy Fleming, guardian.co.uk, January 28, 2015 12:31 IST
From claims that fasting makes you thin and feeds the brain to the suggestion that it can even reboot the immune system, Amy Fleming looks at the scientific evidence for restricted eating.
Homa Khaleeli, guardian.co.uk, January 28, 2015 12:22 IST
It may not sound like the most useful of scientific endeavours, but the methods used to turn a hard-boiled egg back into its liquid state could bring major benefits to areas as ...
Hoihnu Hauzel, January 28, 2015 10:32 IST
One of the many things that puzzle people about those from the Northeast is their obsession for bhut jalokia.
Associated Press, January 27, 2015 19:07 IST
As Americans continue turning away from milk, a dairy industry group is pushing back at its critics with a social media campaign trumpeting its benefits.
NDTV Food, January 27, 2015 18:51 IST
Calcium plays an important role in maintaining healthy bones and joints, strong teeth and healthy blood vessels. It also helps regulate blood pressure and prevent diabetes.
Thomasina Miers, guardian.co.uk, January 27, 2015 15:03 IST
A slow-cooked lamb shoulder heady with spices and smoky, fruity chillies, plus homemade baked beans that knock spots of those you buy in a tin.
Phil Daoust, guardian.co.uk, January 27, 2015 14:53 IST
Breakfast is one of my very favourite meals, right up there with brunch, elevenses, lunch, tea, high tea, dinner and supper.
Jane E. Brody, The New York Times, January 27, 2015 13:54 IST
Many people with chronic health problems resign themselves to lives of modest activity or no activity at all, thinking vigorous exercise is unsafe or that they lack the stamina for it
Austin Frakt and Aaron E Carroll, The New York Times, January 27, 2015 13:26 IST
In his State of the Union address last week, President Barack Obama encouraged the development of -precision medicine,- which would tailor treatments based on individuals genetics or physiology.