22 Jul 2016
North Sound: Shikhar Dhawan has always had the uncanny knack of producing goods when the chips are down which he attributes to his big heart and the backing he has got from skipper Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble.
21 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput are one of the most lovable couples in Bollywood. The duo celebrated its first wedding anniversary a few days back and kept us updated with their lovey-dovey pictures.
21 Jul 2016
Boston: Consuming cranberries can protect the gut microbiota, as well as benefit the cardiovascular system, metabolism and immune function, scientists have found.
17 Jul 2016
New Delhi: He is unarguably the greatest tennis player of all time but what makes Roger Federer, a revered sportsperson, a legend is his 'warmth and care' for colleagues, which even touched Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza's life on a couple of occasions.
24 May 2016
London: One in three patients who suffered heart failure and were subsequently hospitalised for the first time have not returned to work a year later, a study reveals.
10 Jun 2016
Toronto: Consuming barley as food or in food recipes can significantly reduce the levels of "bad cholesterol" that are associated with heart disease risk, finds a new study, suggesting that barley has similar cholesterol-lowering effects as oats.
09 Jul 2016
London: Living near the highway could cost your heart dear as researchers have found that risk of heart attack goes up with the amount of traffic noise to which you are exposed.
08 Jul 2016
New York: Reacting to the fatal shooting of a black man in Minnesota which went viral on social media after it was uploaded on Facebook Live, the social media giant's CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his heart went out to the family.
11 Jul 2016
London: Apart from reducing the risk of cancer and heart attacks, consuming up to eight portions of more fruit and vegetables a day can substantially increase people's happiness levels in life, finds a new study.
29 Jun 2016
London: Dogs can be trained to spot the warning sign of diabetes in patients by sniffing a chemical found in our breath which provides a flag to warn of dangerously-low blood sugar levels, a new study has found.