NDTV Food Desk , June 16, 2017 14:14 IST
According to a new study,The BMJ medical journal, mother's obesity can out the foetus at the risk of developing major birth defects such as malformations of the heart and genitals.
NDTV Food Desk , June 16, 2017 10:14 IST
A new study, published in the journal of Traumatic Stress, indicates that such risky behaviour may worsen the symptoms of PTSD.
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 19:03 IST
A new research carried out by a team of researchers from the New York University reveals that you may be able to benefit from just one single workout session (even if it's ...
Sparshita Saxena , June 15, 2017 18:07 IST
There is no one formula that should ideally fit all. Diet should be tailor-made to suit an individual.
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 17:18 IST
According to a research, conducted by experts from the University of British Columbia, working out for just 30 minutes can have an immediate positive effect on a woman's health.
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 14:53 IST
A new study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, suggests that teens should go to be early for better grades.
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 13:28 IST
It you feel tired and drained of energy all the time, don't just blame it on stress but check your haemoglobin level. Iron deficiency can lead to various changes in our body.
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 12:15 IST
According to a new study, carried out by researchers from the University of Radboud University Medical Centre, weight training may help in reducing the risk of high blood pressure and diabetes and ...
NDTV Food Desk , June 15, 2017 10:02 IST
As per a new study presented at the annual conference of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), one in three heater cooler devices may may be contaminated with ...
NDTV Food Desk , June 14, 2017 17:04 IST
A new study, appearing in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, shows that babies who are exposed to maternal fever during the second trimester are likely to have a 40 per higher risk of ...
NDTV Food Desk , June 14, 2017 15:14 IST
World Blood Donor Day is commemorated every year on 14th June. It is one of the eight official global public health campaigns marked by the World Health Organization(WHO) to raise awareness about ...
NDTV Food Desk , June 14, 2017 12:36 IST
A new study, published inthe journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, shows that people with vitamin A deficiency may be 10 times more likely to develop tuberculosis (TB).
Smriti Agarwal , June 14, 2017 11:38 IST
Shoulder stretches are extremely effective for alleviating pain. Here are some simple shoulder stretches to flex your muscles.
NDTV Food Desk , June 14, 2017 09:30 IST
A new study warns that regular consumption of aspirin may put you at the risk of major gastrointestinal bleeding, especially in the case of older stroke patients.
NDTV Food With Inputs From Shwetambari Shetty , Nike Elevated Trainer, June 13, 2017 19:48 IST
We bet you will feel exhilarated and out of breath after you do these workouts diligently.
NDTV Food Desk , June 13, 2017 18:39 IST
The team also identified eight other drugs that could be used as a "second-punch" after the antibiotic regime.
NDTV Food Desk , June 13, 2017 16:57 IST
Should we really be chewing our food 32 times, once for every tooth? This quote sustains even today, leaving countless people baffled. We crack it down.
NDTV Food Desk , June 13, 2017 13:09 IST
According to a new study,published in the journal Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, kids who speak several languages are more capable of recognizing voices than those who are monolingual.
NDTV Food Desk , June 13, 2017 12:58 IST
A new study, conducted by researchers from Kings College London and the University of Bristol,clearly indicates that consumption of alcohol, smoking cigarettes and exposure to stress can cause certain epigenetic changes at ...
NDTV Food Desk , June 13, 2017 11:04 IST
According to the latestGlobal Adult Tobacco Survey 2016, tobacco consumption in India has dropped by 6 per cent over the last few years - from 34.6 in 2010 to 28.6 per cent.