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Eating healthy: Why 'do' is better than 'don't'

Eating healthy: Why 'do' is better than 'don't'

30 May 2015

New York: If you want to inculcate healthy eating habits in your child, tell him what he 'can' eat rather than telling him what he 'can't', advises a new study."Telling your child to eat an apple so they stay healthy will work better than telling them not to eat the cookie because it will make them fat.

Eating healthy,   eating habits,   health and fitness,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Let your hair shine in summers

Let your hair shine in summers

30 May 2015

New Delhi: Cleanse and condition your hair well, use these tools and protect them from heat, humidity and pollution for a healthy shine in summers. We often end up with various hair problems during the summers, things like hairfall and dandruff are common occurrences due to the build up of dirt and pollution on our scalp. A dirty scalp tends to get really oily and will make our hair feel heavy and unflattering.

Hair tips,   hair problems in summer,   hair shine,   air pollution,   humidity,   hair scalp,   frizzy and dull hair,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
 Tips to look good without eye makeup

Tips to look good without eye makeup

30 May 2015

New Delhi: Eyes are considered to be the windows to your soul. Eyes can be accentuated without using makeup. A popular makeup artist shares the following steps to look gorgeous without applying eye makeup:

eyes,   tips to enhance eyes,   eye skin care,   makeup tips,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Poor sleep affects IQ of kids

Poor sleep affects IQ of kids

29 May 2015

Toronto: Inadequate and poor sleep quality may adversely affect the performance of children in intelligence tests, suggests a research."This is an important discovery that confirms the major role of sleep in consolidating cognitive abilities," said researcher Roger Godbout, professor at the University of Montreal in Canada.

poor sleep,   IQ level,   IQ of kids,   intelligence tests,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Green tea may help prevent prostate cancer

Green tea may help prevent prostate cancer

29 May 2015

New York: Drinking green tea may help prevent prostate cancer in men with high risk of developing the disease, suggests a research led by an Indian-origin scientist.The researchers, led by Nagi Kumar from Moffitt Cancer Center in the US, assessed the safety and effectiveness of the active components in green tea to prevent prostate cancer development in men who have premalignant lesions.

Green tea,   prostate cancer,  Moffitt Cancer Center,   premalignant lesions,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Maggi:Taste bhi...Health bhi?

Maggi:Taste bhi...Health bhi?

29 May 2015

New Delhi: Ever wonder why Maggi gets cooked in just 2 minutes? Have you noticed why the packaging of Maggi is so thin? Wonder why it has a longer shelf life than most other edible products?

Maggi,   2 minutes noodles,   MSG,   monosodium glutamate,   Maggi Ban,   Maggi Ban in India,   Latest Lifestyle news,  
Beware of  crispy golgappas and steaming hot momos

Beware of crispy golgappas and steaming hot momos

29 May 2015

New Delhi: A new study has found presence of faecal matter in food samples examined from popular street food locations in West and Central Delhi.  Spicy water-filled crispy golgappas or  steaming hot momos, here’s a very strong and shocking reason to say no.

faecal matter,   street food,   crispy golgappas,   steaming hot momos,  street eateries,   burgers,   golgappa,   samosa,   momos,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
NASA captures close-up of dwarf planet Ceres

NASA captures close-up of dwarf planet Ceres

29 May 2015

Washington: An image of Ceres, clicked by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on May 23, shows the finer details of the dwarf planet. Ceres is the largest object in the main belt of asteroids between Mars and Jupiter.The spacecraft clicked the image at a distance of 5,100 km with a resolution of 480 meters per pixel and the image is part of a sequence taken for navigational purposes.

NASA Dawn spacecraft,   Planet Ceres,   NASA,   navigational purpose,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Denim tips every girl should know

Denim tips every girl should know

29 May 2015

New Delhi: Regular denims are just an 'everybody thing'. Go beyond the regular pair of denims, and fill your wardrobe with denim shirt, vest or a dress.High-waist denims, when teamed with white, can give a smart casual look. Whereas, when worn with a pop of colour, it will definitely make you a head-turner.

Denim love,   Denim tip,   regular denim,   distress denim,   denim skirt,   denim shorts,   denim jumpsuits,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
3D printing to help treat Type 1 diabetes

3D printing to help treat Type 1 diabetes

28 May 2015

London: Researchers have explored how 3D printing can be used to help treat Type 1 diabetes. The 3D printing technique, known as bio-plotting, has taken researchers a step closer to being able to help patients who experience severe hypoglycemic situation.

3D printing ,   Type 1 diabetes,   Islets of Langerhans,   bio engineer,   pancreatic cells,   Latest lifestyle news ,  

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