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  • Tips to improve your sleep routine
    Tips to improve your sleep routine
    New Delhi, September 18 (IANSlife) British self-help author and hypnotherapist Glenn Harrold's new book "Look Young, Live Longer" offers interesting insights into improving fitness and being a happier, healthier you. Among the things the best-…
  • Why you shouldn't take major decisions on an empty stomach
    Why you shouldn't take major decisions on an empty stomach
    London, September 18 (IANS) Whether you are going for a crucial business deal or salary negotiation for your new job, make sure you do not take major decisions on an empty stomach, suggests new research. Hunger significantly alters people's…
  • This is how happy couples resolve issues
    This is how happy couples resolve issues
    New York, September 17 (IANS) While all couples tend to fight on issues like children, money, and in-laws, researchers say that what distinguishes happy couples from others is their approach to conflict. "Happy couples tend to take a solution-…
  • Taking paracetamol in pregnancy risks child's behaviour
    Taking paracetamol in pregnancy risks child's behaviour
    London, September 17 (IANS) Women who take paracetamol during pregnancy are at risk of having children with behaviour problems, warn researchers. The study, published in the journal Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, examined whether there were…
  • Malaika performs yoga to cultivate universal love and acceptance
    Malaika performs yoga to cultivate universal love and acceptance
    Mumbai, September 17 (IANS) Monday morning seems to Bollywood's chosen time for yoga. While Shilpa Shetty focuses on the Vrischikasana (scorpion pose), another Bollywood hottie Malaika Arora has been trying to grasp the Chamatkarasana. Malaika…
  • Shilpa Shetty nails Vrischikasana pose, sets fitness goals
    Shilpa Shetty nails Vrischikasana pose, sets fitness goals
    Mumbai, September 16 (IANS) Actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra, who is known for her love for yoga, has just nailed the 'Vrischikasana' or the scorpion pose in a way which can give yoga experts across the globe a run for money. The actress took to…
  • Capsule to analyse what gases you hide in your stomach
    Capsule to analyse what gases you hide in your stomach
    Sydney, September 16 (IANS) Rather than laughing about it or feeling embarrassed, this is the time to take flatulence seriously as researchers have developed a non-invasive, gas-capturing capsule that can measure what kind of gases you have in your…
  • Need to create more awareness on mental health: Deepika
    Need to create more awareness on mental health: Deepika
    New Delhi: Actress Deepika Padukone at the “Live Love Laugh – A Lecture Series” in New Delhi on Sep 15, 2019. (Photo: Amlan Paliwal/IANS)   New Delhi, September 15 (IANS) Bollywood star Deepika Padukone, who has openly spoken about her battle with…
  • Indians wake up to benefits of 'desi ghee' for stronger bones
    Indians wake up to benefits of 'desi ghee' for stronger bones
    New Delhi, September 15 (IANS) All the members of New Delhi-based S. Rahul's family are health-conscious. That's the reason why olive oil bottles, often perceived to be a healthier option compared to other cooking oils, made way to their kitchen.…
  • New treatment shows promise to cure kidney disease
    New treatment shows promise to cure kidney disease
    New York, September 14 (IANS) Researchers have found a potential treatment for polycystic kidney disease, a genetic disorder that causes the kidneys to swell with multiple cysts and can eventually lead to organ failure. The study published in the…
  • Medical mistakes cause 2.6 mn deaths yearly: WHO
    Medical mistakes cause 2.6 mn deaths yearly: WHO
    Geneva, September 14 (IANS) More than 138 million patients are harmed every year by doctors' errors, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned, just a few days before celebrating the first World Patient Safety Day, with which it seeks to raise…
  • Drink tea to boost your brain function: Study
    Drink tea to boost your brain function: Study
    Singapore, September 14 (IANS) Researchers have found that regular tea drinkers have better organised brain regions and this is associated with healthy cognitive function as compared to non-tea drinkers. "Our results offer the first evidence of…
  • New cancer treatment prevents hair loss from chemotherapy
    New cancer treatment prevents hair loss from chemotherapy
    London, September 13 (IANS) A novel method discovered recently by a group of researchers, including one of Indian-origin, shows how hair loss from chemotherapy can be prevented during cancer treatment in patients, arguably one of the most…
  • Indians who use technology feel much younger: Study
    Indians who use technology feel much younger: Study
    Bengaluru, September 13 (IANS) Technology is making the Indians feel much younger, healthier and more emotionally connected, with 91 per cent respondents believing that smart devices, such as computers and smart displays are having a positive impact…
  • Mixing dieting, exercise may not be good for bone health
    Mixing dieting, exercise may not be good for bone health
    New York, September 12 (IANS) Combining exercise and dieting may not be a good idea as it may impact your bone health, according to a new study. "This is important for women because as we age our bone health starts to decline. Your calorie intake…
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