Suzi Gage, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 17:05 IST
Screening for disease has the potential to save lives, but only in very specific circumstances.
Mark Cackler, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 16:44 IST
The World Bank's head of agriculture and food security speaks of a - frustrating lack of attention paid to agriculture- at the climate talks and calls for advances in climate-smart farming.
Tony Naylor, guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 16:23 IST
Sounds simple enough, but every detail is controversial. Tinned tuna or fresh? Rocket or cos? French beans or no? Which olives, what dressing and what to drink with it?
Aashna Ahuja , NDTV, July 07, 2015 16:17 IST
Cook up a storm in your kitchen and get the best of Asian cuisine with our 10 best recipes. We've got you covered from Chinese to Japanese, Thai to Vietnamese.
Sarah Boseley, Health Editor, guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 16:15 IST
More than 17,000 women in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand were questioned, with confusion over guidelines blamed for the figures.
Eleanor Morgan, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 16:11 IST
Ruby Wax's advice threatens to reverse the progress many employers have made on this delicate issue.
Press Trust Of India, July 07, 2015 16:11 IST
Ambuja Cements is believed to have been paid Rs 20 crore for burning the recalled packets of Maggi noodles at its cement plant in Chandrapur in Maharashtra, PTI reported.
Reuters, July 07, 2015 15:45 IST
Millions of Americans are recording their workout routines and activities on apps that are giving fitness experts new insights into the habits of a logged-in population.
Reuters, July 07, 2015 15:26 IST
Governments around the world should increase taxes on cigarettes and other tobacco products to save lives and generate funds for stronger health services, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.
IANS, July 07, 2015 15:00 IST
The Supreme Court of India has issued a notice seeking stringent steps to curb the adulteration of food products.
Nicola Slawson, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 14:54 IST
Stressful jobs, long hours and shift work can negatively impact on diet and fitness. But eating better and exercising more can aid sleep and boost energy levels.
Brigid Delaney, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 14:36 IST
In Australia's big cities you can buy a bowl of milk that once had cereal in it or eat at a cafe that specialises in toast. Ultimate comfort food or a world ...
Helen Pidd, John Hooper, Oliver Burkeman, Bruce Douglas, Murithi Mutiga and Tom Phillips, Guardian.co.uk, July 07, 2015 14:10 IST
In Rome, a lunch break is enshrined in law. In Rio, food vouchers come with the job. So what can we learn from the way the rest of the world lunches? Writers ...
Kriti Mallik, July 07, 2015 13:51 IST
For those of you who think that bread making is a complicated process, hold on to that thought. Try these three methods to bake crispy bread loaf for your evening tea!
AFP, July 07, 2015 13:49 IST
Ageing is typically studied in the elderly, but a recently released study said different rates of ageing can be detected as early as the mid-20s.
AFP, July 07, 2015 13:31 IST
Scientists said they had pinpointed variants of a gene to improve the quality and yield of rice, a staple starch for billions of people.
PTI, July 07, 2015 12:51 IST
Punjab Health Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani raided the Civil Secretariat canteens and expressed concern over the lack of cleanliness and hygiene.
PTI, July 07, 2015 12:35 IST
The Food and Safety Standards Association of India (FSSAI) will review the intake of caffeine and other ingredients in these drinks after conducting a detailed study.
PTI, July 07, 2015 12:18 IST
A yoga Centre here has introduced 'Dance Yoga', which contain simple and special exercised that can reportedly cure complications like joint pain, migraine and even diabetes.
IANS, July 07, 2015 11:59 IST
A simple x-ray test that looks for early signs of coronary artery disease could help doctors identify if you are at risk of dying over the next 15 years, says a new ...