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  • Bird Flu Scare: UP Bans Import of Poultry Products

    Bird Flu Scare: UP Bans Import of Poultry Products

    IANS, December 22, 2014 16:37 IST

    Following reports of a bird flu scare in Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh has banned the import of chicken, eggs and all forms of poultry from other states.
  • How to Cook Christmas Dinner: Keep it Simply Delicious | Back to Basics

    How to Cook Christmas Dinner: Keep it Simply Delicious | Back to Basics

    Henry Dimbleby, guardian.co.uk, December 22, 2014 14:19 IST

    Take a lot of the stress out of the big day by picking just a few favourites - such as the turkey, gravy and stuffing - and focusing your energy on getting ...
  • ADHD Drugs Increasingly Prescribed to Treat Hyperactivity in Pre-Schoolers

    ADHD Drugs Increasingly Prescribed to Treat Hyperactivity in Pre-Schoolers

    Sally Weale, Education Correspondent, guardian.co.uk, December 22, 2014 13:02 IST

    An "alarming" number of pre-school children are being prescribed drugs to treat hyperactivity - contrary to medical guidelines that say they should not be used on children under six.
  • Anti-Inflammatory Drugs 'Could Fight Depression'

    Anti-Inflammatory Drugs 'Could Fight Depression'

    Robin McKie, Science Editor, guardian.co.uk, December 22, 2014 12:43 IST

    Scientists at seven UK universities are to set up a research consortium aimed at exploiting a newly discovered link between immune disorders and mental illness.
  • Breakfast of Champions: Michelle Obama's Turkey Sausages

    Breakfast of Champions: Michelle Obama's Turkey Sausages

    Rebecca Seal, guardian.co.uk, December 22, 2014 12:28 IST

    From the White House to your house: Find out what the first lady eats first every day.
  • The Best Breads from Across the Country

    The Best Breads from Across the Country

    NDTV Food, December 21, 2014 13:22 IST

    A staple ingredient of our cuisine, breads are reflective of the very character of the Indian fabric which is varied and diverse. We tried to trace the personality of the Indian bread ...
  • The One-Minute Wonder Workout!

    The One-Minute Wonder Workout!

    Kriti Mallik, December 21, 2014 13:00 IST

    Introducing, the ONE-MINUTE workout! It's the least amount of exercise you'll ever hear about, or at least for now it is.
  • Baking with Dried Fruit

    Baking with Dried Fruit

    Ruby Tandoh, guardian.co.uk, December 20, 2014 19:06 IST

    Dried fruit might get a bad rep, but thats to overlook its formidable qualities in the baking realm try these seasonal goodies and youll think twice before picking out the raisins.
  • The Weekend Cook: Thomasina Mier's Seafood Recipes for the Run-Up to Christmas

    The Weekend Cook: Thomasina Mier's Seafood Recipes for the Run-Up to Christmas

    December 20, 2014 18:41 IST

    When times short in the kitchen, fish and shellfish are a real life-saver: theyre healthy, tasty and damned quick to cook.
  • This Fruit Can Undo The Damage of a High-Fat Diet

    This Fruit Can Undo The Damage of a High-Fat Diet

    NDTV Food, December 20, 2014 17:42 IST

    There's nothing quite as remarkable as natural remedies to everyday problems. Blueberries, the smaller kind which are also known as wild blueberries or bilberries, are a case in point.
  • Stress Puts You at The Risk of Diabetes

    Stress Puts You at The Risk of Diabetes

    NDTV Food, December 20, 2014 16:35 IST

    What might earlier have been an assumption or a hypothesis is now a fact. The stress of moving from a rural setting to an urban one in developing countries puts people at ...
  • 10 Easy Chicken Recipes

    10 Easy Chicken Recipes

    NDTV Food, December 20, 2014 12:00 IST

    Roll over and go through our easy chicken recipes. They're quick, creative, delicious, absolutely hassle-free and ones you'd want to bookmark now.
  • For First Time, Treatment Helps Patients With The Worst Kind of Stroke

    For First Time, Treatment Helps Patients With The Worst Kind of Stroke

    Gina Kolata, The New York Times, December 19, 2014 20:03 IST

    After three decades of failure, researchers have found a treatment that greatly improves the prognosis for people having the most severe and disabling strokes.
  • Global Warming Could Mean Less Food for Us!

    Global Warming Could Mean Less Food for Us!

    Reuters, December 19, 2014 18:52 IST

    A latest study, published in journal Environmental Research Letters, reveals some startling facts about global warming and food production.
  • How to Lose Weight: 8 Metabolism-Boosting Foods

    How to Lose Weight: 8 Metabolism-Boosting Foods

    Sparshita Saxena, NDTV, December 19, 2014 17:34 IST

    Most of us find ourselves struggling with weight loss and weight management. Therefore, it is important to understand what metabolism means and how it influences weight control.Metabolism is a complex biochemical process ...
  • These Blood Groups Run a Higher Risk of Diabetes

    These Blood Groups Run a Higher Risk of Diabetes

    NDTV Food, December 19, 2014 17:29 IST

    A new study has found that women with blood groups A, B and AB are at higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
  • 10 Best Chicken Soup Recipes

    10 Best Chicken Soup Recipes

    NDTV Cooks, December 19, 2014 17:24 IST

    There is nothing quite like curling up with a steaming hot bowl of soup on a nippy night. Soups spell comfort and warmth. Not only do they soothe your soul but they ...
  • How to Lose Weight According to Ayurveda

    How to Lose Weight According to Ayurveda

    Dr. Shikha Sharma , December 19, 2014 17:23 IST

    Obesity is the outcome of modern age convenience and abundance of food. In Ayurveda as early as 1500 BC, Charak Samhita described this disorder as Medorog (disease of fat). Medorog is characterized ...
  • Dementia is the Third Most Common Cause of Death in UK, Research Finds

    Dementia is the Third Most Common Cause of Death in UK, Research Finds

    Denis Campbell health correspondent, guardian.co.uk, December 19, 2014 15:45 IST

    According to a latest study, deaths from dementia have risen by 52% since 1990 and the disease is now the third most common cause of death in the UK.
  • Obesity Can be a Disability, EU Court Rules

    Obesity Can be a Disability, EU Court Rules

    Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent, guardian.co.uk, December 19, 2014 14:09 IST

    Employers will have to change the way they treat overweight staff following a European Union court ruling that obesity can, in severe cases, constitute a disability.
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