- Much needs to be done on health front: CNNS(17:52)
New Delhi, Oct 13 (IANS) India has made some progress in reducing child malnutrition, but a lot needs to be done, according to the first Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS) survey, released recently.
- Coffee bean extracts can cut fat-induced inflammation(12:04)
New York, Oct 13 (IANS) Coffee is beneficial for health we all know, but unused coffee bean extracts can also help reduce fat-induced inflammation in the cells and improved glucose absorption and insulin sensitivity, find researchers.
- Rest can reduce PTSD symptoms: Study(17:22)
London, Oct 11 (IANS) A period of rest following a traumatic event could reduced the subsequent development of involuntary 'memory intrusions', one of the hallmark symptoms in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new study said.
- Humble tomato a day can boost your virility(13:18)
London, Oct 10 (IANS) Tomatoes might cost you dearly in India nowadays but adding one or two in your daily diet could keep your virility up and running, according to researchers.
- 'Grub Fest' set to enthrall Delhi next month(15:02)
New Delhi, Oct 9 (IANS) The Grub Fest, a top food and entertainment festival, is all set to take place in the capital next month. It will travel to Kolkata, Bengaluru and Mumbai, before concluding again in New Delhi.
- There is no age for exercise when it comes to heart(16:20)
New York, Oct 8 (IANS) Regular exercise is highly beneficial for all patients with cardiovascular disease regardless of age, a new study has said, adding that patients who benefited most from cardiac rehabilitation were those who started out with the greatest physical impairment.
- Dog at home means longer life, better heart health(16:20)
New York, Oct 8 (IANS) A dog at home means longer life and better cardiovascular health, especially for heart attack and stroke survivors who live alone, according to a new study and a separate meta-analysis on the subject.
- Salary cut early in life may harm your brain health(16:18)
New York, Oct 8 (IANS) Researchers have warned that young adults who experience annual income drops of 25 per cent or more may be more at risk of having thinking problems and reduced brain health in middle age.
- Air travellers won't mind Rs 1,000 as carbon fee if told wisely(17:06)
Toronto, Oct 7 (IANS) Would you pay Rs 1,000 extra for your international air travel towards helping curb carbon emissions? According to researchers, air travellers respond better if they know the producers and importers of airplane fuel have been billed for it -- not just themselves.
- Want to cut food intake? Dine alone(14:28)
London, Oct 5 (IANS) If you are planning to cut down on your daily food intake to get into shape, better dine alone as a new research has found that people tend to eat more with friends and family.
- iPhone 11 Pro: Own it, flaunt it, stun your Instagram fans(12:58)
By Nishant Arora
New Delhi, Oct 5 (IANS) More than anything else, holding a new iPhone means enjoying both seamless productivity and creativity along with a definite style statement that you can keep flaunting till the craze settles in.
- ISWAI's flagship initiative honoured with Mahatma Awards(20:08)
New Delhi, Oct 4 (IANS) For its "#StayNotOut" social awareness campaign which encourages people to adopt the habit of moderation in life, the International Spirits and Wines Association of India (ISWAI) has been conferred the 2019 Mahatma Awards for Social Good.
- Morning sickness can lead to autism risk in kids(16:02)
New York, Oct 4 (IANS) Children whose mothers had hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness, during pregnancy were 53 per cent more likely to be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, a study said.
- Drops in income can harm your brain: Study(12:58)
New York, Oct 4 (IANS) Young adults who experienced annual income drops of 25 per cent or more might be more at risk of having thinking problems and reduced brain health in middle age, a study said.
- Less than 6 hours of sleep could be deadly for some(18:04)
New York, Oct 3 (IANS) Those with high blood pressure, Type-2 diabetes, heart disease or stroke could be at high risk of cancer and early death when sleeping less than six hours a day, says a study.