07 Mar 2014
New Delhi: It takes as little as 150 minutes of exercise every week to improve blood glucose tolerance, reduce body fat and the risk to all possible lifestyle diseases that come with obesity, says a celebrity fitness trainer and nutritionist.
18 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan will be opening her own lifestyle store in South Mumbai. Reportedly, the superstar’s wife is planning to display Sussane Roshan’s product range in her store.
07 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Leading Indian designers will put the best of their creativity on display at the Made in ...India: Samskara exhibition, which begins here Feb 11.
27 Jan 2014
London: Diabetics, who are at a higher risk of suffering from oral health problems, can avoid these by adopting a healthy lifestyle.Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have helped a large group of diabetics to markedly improve their oral health through health coaching.
07 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Jaya Misra, whose strength lies in bridal and ethnic wear for modern urban women, has come up with something new and has unveiled her resort wear collection, which includes kaftans and cover-ups.
10 Dec 2013
Los Angeles: Doctors are exercising less, sleeping less and have the worst eating habits compared to any other profession, according to new research.
03 Feb 2014
Losing weight does not always require you to starve or spend huge amounts of money to purchase exercise equipments. You could just sit at home and so so much
05 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Following are some preventive measures to guard against strokes, as prescribed by Shakir Husain, chief of interventional neurology at New Delhi's Saket City Hospital:
01 Jan 2014
Mumbai: Right from hitting the gym ‘regularly’, ‘meditating everyday’ to ‘changing my life’, Bollywood celebrities like Bipasha Basu, Sonu Sood and Subhash Ghai have vowed to follow a simple yet strict regime this New Year. Others such as Karan Johar and Kunal Kohli stand by their decisions to never make resolutions.
04 Feb 2014
London: It is important for governments and aid agencies to quickly understand the risks related to high blood pressure (hypertension) as the lifestyle disease is fast spreading across the globe like HIV/AIDS once spread, says research.