Press Trust Of India, January 17, 2017 15:03 IST
Coffee lovers, we've got good news for you! A new study claims that drinking a cup of coffee everyday may help you live longer than those who don't drink coffee.
Press Trust Of India, January 17, 2017 14:45 IST
Leave your phone at home, or at least turn it off, if you want to benefit from your workout. According to a new study, talking or texting on a smartphone while exercising ...
Indo-Asian News Service, January 16, 2017 16:18 IST
To increase brain function and boost memory in older adults, it is important to maintain high levels of fitness through physical activity such as walking, jogging, swimming, or dancing. According to this ...
Indo-Asian News Service, January 16, 2017 15:01 IST
Want to live longer? Here's red chilli to your rescue. Researches say that eating hot red chilli peppers can lead to a 13 per cent reduction in total mortality, primarily in deaths ...
Indo-Asian News Service, January 16, 2017 14:24 IST
If you take out 20 minutes daily for moderate exercise, it will boost your immunity and make you less prone to diseases like arthritis and fibromyalgia, according to a new study.
Thomson Reuters, January 13, 2017 16:10 IST
The full year 2016 logged a 1.5 percent annual drop in the index
Thomson Reuters, January 13, 2017 15:59 IST
The detailed research into the contaminant - known as GE - was commissioned by the European Commission in 2014
Sparshita Saxena , January 12, 2017 14:14 IST
The New breakfast menu will be rolled out tomorrow to emphasise on the importance of breakfast.
Thomson Reuters, January 11, 2017 17:46 IST
Bakers are falling for rye, using the "it" grain in breads and pastries it is showing up in doughnuts, pie crusts and even croissants.
Thomson Reuters, January 11, 2017 17:27 IST
The $44 billion palm oil industry, under pressure in Europe after authorities listed the edible oil as a cancer risk, has found a vocal ally in the food sector: the maker of ...
Press Trust Of India, January 11, 2017 14:43 IST
Consumption of foods and beverages containing low-calorie sweeteners has increased by 200 per cent between 1999 to 2012 among US kids, a new study has warned.
Agence France-Presse, January 10, 2017 15:53 IST
US fast-food giant McDonalds will sell a controlling stake in its China and Hong Kong business for up to $2.08 billion to a consortium including state-owned Citic and the Carlyle Group, it ...
Agence France-Presse, January 10, 2017 14:28 IST
Wall Street stocks were mostly lower early Monday following a spate of merger and acquisition announcements, including a big McDonald's divestment in China.
Press Trust Of India, January 10, 2017 14:09 IST
The government does not have any immediate plans to cut import duty on sugar as the country would have sufficient supply of the sweetener considering fall in consumption this year and a ...
Thomson Reuters, January 10, 2017 13:31 IST
Madhya Pradesh aims to raise production of pulses by 60 percent in the next three years to help Prime Minister Narendra Modi achieve his goal of making the country self-sufficient in the ...
Thomson Reuters, January 10, 2017 13:25 IST
Smoking costs the global economy more than $1 trillion a year, and will kill one third more people by 2030 than it does now.
Press Trust Of India, January 09, 2017 17:02 IST
Leading chocolate and confectionery maker Mondelez India has launched Cadbury Dairy Milk Silk Oreo in the premium category.
Agence France-Presse, January 07, 2017 16:34 IST
Zimbabwe has banned street food vendors in the capital Harare after a typhoid outbreak blamed on poor sanitation and erratic water supplies.
Thomson Reuters, January 07, 2017 16:24 IST
Workers wearing masks and protective clothes gassed thousands of ducks in southwest France on Friday, in a massive cull that was ordered in an attempt to prevent a spread of the H5N8 ...
Press Trust Of India, January 07, 2017 16:19 IST
Resistant starch, which occurs naturally in foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes, may benefit your health by aiding blood sugar control, supporting gut health and enhancing satiety, new research has ...