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Lifestyle/Health

Eat an Egg Daily and Keep Type 2 Diabetes at Bay: Study

Eat an Egg Daily and Keep Type 2 Diabetes at Bay: Study

London: Eating an egg daily can have a beneficial effect on the blood metabolite profile that is related to a lower risk of Type-2 diabetes, a new study shows. The findings showed that the blood samples of men who ate more eggs included certain lipid molecules that positively correlated with the blood profile of men who remained free of Type-2 diabetes. "
Maintain Your Dry Skin This Winter With These Simple Tricks

Maintain Your Dry Skin This Winter With These Simple Tricks

Bhubaneswar: The winter is here and the colder temperatures can have a damaging effect on your skin elasticity and health. The cold and dry weather drain out the skin’s vital moisturiser. Here are few tips and tricks to achieve a flawless and glowing skin make up.
High Heels Can Cause Major Joint Problems: AIIMS Expert

High Heels Can Cause Major Joint Problems: AIIMS Expert

New Delhi: Wearing stilettos or pencil heels might be fashionable but it can have an adverse affect on health, especially bones, and may lead to major health hazards like degenerative arthritis -- also called osteoarthritis.
Painkillers During Pregnancy Linked to Early Puberty in Girls

Painkillers During Pregnancy Linked to Early Puberty in Girls

London: Women who are in the habit of popping up over-the-counter painkillers during pregnancy could increase the risk of their daughters entering puberty earlier than normal, warns a research.
Air Pollution Linked to High Risk of Oral Cancer: Study

Air Pollution Linked to High Risk of Oral Cancer: Study

Taipei: Higher levels of air pollution may be linked to a heightened risk of developing oral cancer, which includes cancers of the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, a study has found.
E-Cigarettes 95% Less Risky Than Conventional Cigarettes: Experts

E-Cigarettes 95% Less Risky Than Conventional Cigarettes: Experts

New Delhi: By cracking down on artificial nicotine products, India will miss the historical opportunity to reduce the burden of disease and deaths due to smoking and tobacco as these products are 95 per cent less risky than conventional cigarettes, health experts said.
Quick Hacks to Save Money This Festive Season

Quick Hacks to Save Money This Festive Season

New Delhi: When festivity comes ringing in your life, you know there is a lot of exchange of greetings and gifts and a lot of money is spent in the process. So why not spend money efficiently and effectively to save up every time you shop this year?
Simple Ways to Prevent Digestive Problems in Children

Simple Ways to Prevent Digestive Problems in Children

New Delhi: Newborn babies are bundles of joy for every parent. However, taking care of them is not just exciting but challenging as well. Their laughter brings happiness to everyone around, and their cries fill the atmosphere with a sense of urgency.
Rise in AIDS, HIV Cases in China

Rise in AIDS, HIV Cases in China

Beijing: China has seen an increase of 14 per cent in the number of people living with HIV and AIDS, officials have said.
Newborn Son Contracts HIV Infection From Father: Study

Newborn Son Contracts HIV Infection From Father: Study

New York: In an unusual case, researchers have reported how a newborn baby of an HIV-negative mother got the infection from his father who was also suffering from chicken pox.
WHO Underestimated Spread of Polio Virus, Unlikely World can be Polio-Free Before 2021: Thomas Abraham

WHO Underestimated Spread of Polio Virus, Unlikely World can be Polio-Free Before 2021: Thomas Abraham

New Delhi: Reporting from the frontlines of the war against polio and drawing on detailed interviews with key players, Thomas Abraham has chronicled "the mind-boggling story" of the polio campaign in "Polio: The Odyssey of Eradication". He has asserted that the World Health Organisation (WHO) underestimated the spread of the poliovirus, and according to his findings, it is unlikely that the world
India to have over 700 mn smartphone users by 2022: Counterpoint

India to have over 700 mn smartphone users by 2022: Counterpoint

New Delhi: More than a billion smartphones will be sold in India over the next five years, taking the number of users to surpass 700 million by 2022, Counterpoint Research said on Friday.
Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases: It's Time To Act (September 29 is World Heart Day)

Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases: It's Time To Act (September 29 is World Heart Day)

According to International Diabetes Federation's ‘Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease report, in 2015, approximately five million were estimated to have died from diabetes, the majority of these as a result of cardiovascular complications. The report adds that populous countries have the largest absolute number of people dying from CVD, and include China, India and the Russian Federation.
Limited Screen Time Good for Children's Brains

Limited Screen Time Good for Children's Brains

Toronto: Parents, please take note. If you want your kids to do well in life, limit their screen time to less than two hours, encourage them to do physical activities and to have sufficient sleep, suggests new research.
New Hairstyles, Long Lasting Make-Up: Spruce up for Festivals

New Hairstyles, Long Lasting Make-Up: Spruce up for Festivals

New Delhi: The festive season brings on parties and gatherings galore. Try new hairstyles every time you step out, and ensure you put on make-up that lasts long.
Now a Hair Dryer Made of 23.75 Karat Gold

Now a Hair Dryer Made of 23.75 Karat Gold

New Delhi: A new hairdryer made of 23.75 karat gold has been launched.
Eating High-Carb Diet can Help Lose Weight

Eating High-Carb Diet can Help Lose Weight

New York: Struggling hard to shed those extra kilos? If so, foods high in carbohydrates -- found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes -- may help you reduce body weight and fat as well as improve insulin function, suggests a study challenging previous beliefs.
Childhood Asthma May up Anxiety Later: Study

Childhood Asthma May up Anxiety Later: Study

New York: Children suffering from asthma are more likely to develop the risk of anxiety during adulthood, finds a new study.
Play Golf to Boost Longevity, Cut Stroke Risk

Play Golf to Boost Longevity, Cut Stroke Risk

London: Want a long life? Playing golf regularly can boost longevity as well as reduce the risk factors for heart disease and stroke, a panel of international experts has claimed, while stressing on the need to make the sport more inclusive.
HIV Diagnoses in Australia dips by 7%: Study

HIV Diagnoses in Australia dips by 7%: Study

Sydney: HIV diagnoses in Australia have hit a five-year low, with a significant drop among homosexual and bisexual men, latest figures from a major study released on Monday said.
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