Indo-Asian News Service, August 27, 2016 13:23 IST
Apart from wasting your time, long traffic jams may cause exposure to toxic fumes, and potentially increase various health risks, including cancer, say researchers, one of them of Indian origin.
NDTV Food, August 26, 2016 17:35 IST
While the capital city, along with many parts of the country, grapples with the rising instance of dengue, experts signal the outbreak of chikungunya. the disease is spread by the same mosquito ...
NDTV Food, August 26, 2016 17:02 IST
Seeing the sharp rise in cases, the Delhi State Health Department has decided to take a proactive approach. They are focusing more on preventing the presence of stagnant water, as well as ...
Reuters, August 26, 2016 15:40 IST
Over the years, the pendulum has swung from a "protective" approach of telling kids little or nothing to avoid worrying them about bad news to an "open" approach of giving children all ...
Indo-Asian News Service, August 26, 2016 15:03 IST
More than two-thirds of the increase in blindness and visual impairment globally in the past two decades has been caused by diabetes, finds a recent study.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 26, 2016 13:21 IST
The higher the number of food allergies a child might have, the greater is his or her risk of developing asthma and allergic rhinitis during childhood, new research has found.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 26, 2016 12:43 IST
Physical inactivity is the fourth leading cause of avoidable death and is as harmful as smoking, according to World Health Organisation (WHO).
Vinata Shetty, Reebok Master Trainer, August 26, 2016 12:22 IST
Warm up exercises are essential before starting your workout regime. They serve not one, but many purposes, and should be specific to the activity.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 25, 2016 18:00 IST
A drug commonly used as the front-line treatment for Type-2 diabetes may also be effective in reducing weight in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), finds a study.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 25, 2016 17:47 IST
Shedding those extra kilos through a balanced combination of diet and exercise may provide strong protection against heart disease for people suffering from obesity, a new study has found.
Sonali Swami, Fitness Trainer associated with Adidas, August 25, 2016 14:32 IST
Getting fit isn't a day's job. Here are some of the key points to keep in mind before you embark on your fitness journey.
Reuters, August 25, 2016 14:25 IST
Taking drugs at least every four out of five days lowered the odds death, heart attack, stroke or surgery to restore blood flow, the study found. But less than half of patients ...
Reuters, August 25, 2016 14:08 IST
For adults with type 2 diabetes, following a Mediterranean diet including at least two servings of fatty fish per week may lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy, according to an observational study ...
Reuters, August 25, 2016 13:58 IST
This inflammation-dampening effect might be the secret to the health benefits of nuts, the study team writes in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 25, 2016 13:49 IST
Brain injuries, including concussions in childhood, can increase the risk of mental illness, poor school attainment as well as premature death, finds a study.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 25, 2016 13:31 IST
Are you overweight and obese? Be warned, as you may be at an increased risk of developing eight more forms of cancer, including stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, ovary, meningioma - a ...
NDTV Food, August 24, 2016 17:06 IST
Adam Levine has been quite vocal about his love for yoga and is known to practice it for at least an hour before all his shows.
Eric Roston, The Washington Post, August 24, 2016 16:56 IST
So a group of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are at work on a tiny battery made of our own chemicals they could put in a pill you'd swallow - a micro ...
Indo-Asian News Service, August 24, 2016 16:49 IST
Supplementing food with soluble corn fibre at two critical times in a woman's life - adolescence and post-menopause - can help build and retain calcium in the bones, two studies have found.
Indo-Asian News Service, August 24, 2016 15:14 IST
Dengue fever may prove to be deadly for patients already suffering from heart diseases, experts have warned.