02 Dec 2015
Melbourne: Dads-to-be, take note! The amount of food you consume could have a direct impact on your unborn child's mental health and well being, a new study has found.
12 May 2016
New York: Including seafood or other foods containing omega-3 fatty acids at least once a week in your diet may protect against age-related memory loss and thinking problems in older people, says a study.
10 May 2016
Washington: Parents, take note! Playing a serious video game online may help increase fruit and vegetable intake in your children, a new study has claimed.
14 Sep 2015
New York: If you are trying to shed some extra kilos, switching to sugar-free drinks may not really help, said a study. Diet-beverage consumers tend to compensate for the absence of calories in their drinks by noshing on extra food that is loaded with sugar, sodium, fat and cholesterol, the study said.
19 Feb 2016
New Delhi: They say, 'eyes without speaking confess the secrets of heart', but what if you are happy but your eyes don't show it? Our daily life routine has become so much stressful that it results in making our eyes look dull and tired.
12 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Opinion in the top echelons of BJP remained divided on whether action should be taken against senior party leaders who have attacked Narendra Modi-Amit Shah duo over the Bihar polls debacle. Home Minister Rajnath Singh said he was not in favour of any action against dissenters.
25 Apr 2016
Patna: In a dig at Narendra Modi, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad today said the country was afflicted by a number of disasters as the Prime Minister had taken oath at an 'inauspicious' time.
13 Jun 2016
New Delhi: If your goal is to lose weight in just few days then forget the concept of dieting and tiresome workouts.
05 Jun 2014
New York: Love gulping down cans of beverages or juices to chill out this summer? Think twice as soda consumers may be getting a much higher dose of the harmful sugar fructose than they have been led to believe, an alarming research suggests.
12 Feb 2016
New York: A breakfast high in protein - like eggs - keeps children fuller longer than cereal or oatmeal, causing them to eat fewer calories at lunch, says a new study.