Widening the market for Nashik-based jamun agroforestry
  • Widening the market for Nashik-based jamun agroforestry(14:08)
    By Siddhi Jain

    Ndew Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) In Maharashtra, a women's self-help group comprising of ten farming community women successfully supplies the pulp of indigenous Indian fruit jamun to a Nasik-based company named Van Durga which manufactures wine from this pulp. A unique concept as jamun wine is, what is even more unique is the investment it has attracted from a Delhi-based socially-responsible firm at this crucial time for small businesses.

How to take yoga off the mat and into your everyday life
  • How to take yoga off the mat and into your everyday life(13:48)
    By IANSlife

    New Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) Yoga is a powerful practice that works on both the body and mind; that is why it helps in transforming the whole personality and not just the physical body. However, there's a common misconception that yoga is all about complicated postures. That by doing a complicated backbend, or after achieving the full splits, we somehow become 'better than we were before'. It limits the concept of yoga to something that you only do on the mat. It assumes that if you can't do extreme postures, you can't ever be good at or practice yoga.

Mexico's Andrea Meza crowned Miss Universe, India's Adline Castelino 3rd runner up
  • Mexico's Andrea Meza crowned Miss Universe, India's Adline Castelino 3rd runner up(13:46)
    By Puja Gupta

    New Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) Andrea Meza from Mexico on Monday won the title of Miss Universe 2021. Meza, a software engineer, had to compete with 73 other contestants from all over the world to become the third women from the country to win the title. Former Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa crowned the Mexican beauty at the event held in Florida, USA.

Post-Covid cardiac care is important: Doctor
  • Post-Covid cardiac care is important: Doctor(13:44)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) Heart specialists and cardiologists have sounded the alarm on the Covid-19 virus affecting heart and its processes, causing many fatalities.

Leading causes of lifestyle disorders
  • Leading causes of lifestyle disorders(13:44)
    By IANSlife

    New Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) Lifestyle disorders are a major cause of death in almost every country now. The occurrence of these problems is not a one-day process; people suffer due to long-time ignorance of their health care. Some of the lifestyle disorders are obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancers, strokes, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), arthritis, and mental health issues.

Remembering the goodness of walnuts
  • Remembering the goodness of walnuts(13:12)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 17 (IANSlife) Despite three months of scorching heat, summer is full of reasons to invest in well-being, from seasonal fruits and vegetables, long days and international and national food days to keep reminding you of your promise of good health to your mind and body.

Katrina Kaif decodes #EyeExpressWithKayBeauty
  • Katrina Kaif decodes #EyeExpressWithKayBeauty(12:44)
    By IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, May 16 (IANSlife) Power up your beauty game with Kay Beauty's latest launch, the Kay Beauty Eyeshadow Palette. These 4 game-changing eye shadow palettes have not only been made with a lot of care but also reflect the most beautiful forms of self-expression. Celebrating #ItsKaytobeYou, these palettes are artfully rendered via beautiful illustrations exclusively for Kay Beauty, depicting 4 unique moods: Love, Pure, Soul and Free. Katrina has given a voice to emerging artist Gaurvi Sharma as she finds her work inspiring and soulful. Her designs recreated these emotions beautifully in a way that is extremely relatable to any woman. Staying true to its promise of #makeupthatkares, the eyeshadows are enriched with Aloe Vera Oil and Macadamia Nut Oil, which keep the delicate skin around the eyes hydrated, while regenerating and softening it, and providing the perfect canvas for eye shadow application.

Spurred by 'personal loss', singer Mohit Chauhan fundraises for COVID-19 equipment
  • Spurred by 'personal loss', singer Mohit Chauhan fundraises for COVID-19 equipment(12:00)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 16 (IANSlife) Bollywood singer Mohit Chauhan, through his NGO Nivesh and its initiative Project Bajrangi, is working to procure and supply life-saving equipment like oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders and oximeters to COVID-19 patients, frontline workers, their families and others in need. They are currently raising funds via crowdfunding on Donatekart.

Over half of India's employees feel their best work happens outside office: Survey
  • Over half of India's employees feel their best work happens outside office: Survey(11:46)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 16 (IANSlife) The nationwide Covid-19 lockdown has given rise to what is, in fact, the largest 'work from home' experiment in global history. The pandemic has impacted an individual's preferences of where they want to work, as a new report reveals that more than half of the employees in India feel they do their best work when not in office.

Experts weigh in on the importance of health this International Day of Families
  • Experts weigh in on the importance of health this International Day of Families(14:44)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) Every year, May 15 is observed as International Day of Families. It celebrates the importance of families and aims to raise awareness of issues relating to families. The pandemic has put a pause on one's family's daily routine and has left many families with no option but to stay home. Schools have been closed, workplaces shut, and many parents and caretakers are home with their families. Keeping this in mind, the theme this year for the day has been kept as what the impact of new technologies has been on the well-being of families.

Restoring 'baby collagen' in skin
  • Restoring 'baby collagen' in skin(14:16)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) Collagen is responsible for the irresistible quality, texture and bounce found in baby skin. Collagen makes up 80 per cent of skin and consequently is the most critical structural protein in your skin. However, not all collagen is created equally; it's a complex protein and not easy to 'replace' once lost.

Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Mental Health Awareness Week(14:14)
    By IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) Mental Health Awareness Week runs from May 10-16 this year. During this pandemic, millions of us have experienced a mental health problem, or seen a loved one struggle. Some of us have seen our already fragile mental health plummet, as the support networks around us disappear.

Doctors' advice for post-vaccine care at home
  • Doctors' advice for post-vaccine care at home(14:12)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) A sore injection site, pain in the injected arm, mild fever, moderate fatigue, headaches, chills, and even diarrhoea are symptoms commonly seen after administration of the Covid-19 vaccine. While one may have taken the right step towards protection from the virus, doctors say the post-vaccination symptoms can be managed at home.

Feathered eyebrows? Here's how you can get 'em
  • Feathered eyebrows? Here's how you can get 'em(13:36)
    By IANSlife

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) The 2021 photo-ready brow look of the year is 'Feathered eyebrows'. Light and fluffy brows that enhance the natural face structure and at the same time give you fuller-looking eyebrows is the beauty trend to watch out for this season. Chandni Goyal, Makeup Artistry, Anastasia Beverly Hills, decodes how to achieve the feathered look in 5 simple steps:

Popularisation of clear teeth aligners in India
  • Popularisation of clear teeth aligners in India(13:34)
    By Pravin Shetty

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) Traditionally, the orthodontic procedure that seeks to "correct" crooked, overlapping, crowded, and gapped teeth has relied on metal braces. The image of a wired-teethed teenager being a regular occurrence in the popular imagination is proof of this. Reality, however, is the problem of misaligned or crooked teeth is not limited to teenagers.

Leveraging new technologies can help protect families during Covid-19: Survey
  • Leveraging new technologies can help protect families during Covid-19: Survey(13:32)
    By IANSlife

    New Delhi, May 15 (IANSlife) Families across the world have been under tremendous pressure in the face of the ongoing crisis. Deep seated gender inequalities and discrimination have ensured that the dice is rolled against women and girls. As quarantine measures force people to remain at home, keep schools and day-care facilities closed, the burden of unpaid care and domestic work on women has increased exponentially.

UP to bring out coffee table book on heritage trees
Rapper Naezy pays homage to Mumbai in new song
  • Rapper Naezy pays homage to Mumbai in new song(13:40)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) 'Kasa Kai', a new upbeat track by Rapper Naezy and producer Shikhar Yuvraj Manchanda, is an ode to the rapper's beloved city Aamchi Mumbai, in which the makers check in on their fans and spread a dash of positivity during these testing times. It was launched on Friday.

Choose the right amount of SPF in your sunscreen
  • Choose the right amount of SPF in your sunscreen(12:16)
    oBy IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) SPF known as Sun Protection Factor is an indicator of how effectively it can protect the skin from harmful of the sun rays. We need to buy a good sunscreen with a good amount of SPF. But we also need to keep in mind certain factors while choosing the right SPF.

Celebrities rally together to raise life-saving funds for 'I Breathe for India: Covid Crisis Relief'
Why diets don't work in the long term, lifestyle changes do
  • Why diets don't work in the long term, lifestyle changes do(12:06)
    By Dhruv Bhushan

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) For decades, diet conversations globally have ranged from the simple and straightforward to elaborate and convoluted, the latter sometimes even bordering on crazy. In today's digital age, before you can say cheese, a new diet would have garnered a global following, with everyone from a lay person to experts swearing by its efficacy.

Radiance: The Basquiat Show
  • Radiance: The Basquiat Show(12:06)
    By IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) Christie's collaborates with HomeArt to present an exceptional and historical group of eleven works by Jean-Michel Basquiat. The Radiance: The Basquiat Show offers an outstanding opportunity to reveal Basquiat's oeuvre to the Asian public, covering the artist's most important years of production, from 1981 to 1986, each work has an iconic story to tell, and together, bear witness to the birth of a revolutionary visual language.

Eid Mubarak: Feast to your hearts content
  • Eid Mubarak: Feast to your hearts content(11:42)
    By IANSlife Features

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) Feasting on Eid typically includes a Biryani no matter which part of the country you reside in. The legacies of biryani and pulao are an important part of the India's history. Deeply woven into the country's culinary heritage, this delectable dish and its various preparations showcase India's deep rooted relationship with rice, culminating in an exceptional repertoire of regional variants with distinctive flavours and culinary styles capturing the essence of their locale.

Cancer and Covid-19? Here's what you should do
  • Cancer and Covid-19? Here's what you should do(11:42)
    By Suman S Karanth

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) We face an unprecedented and exponential tsunami of Covid-19 positive, leading to a near-collapse of our healthcare system. Mortality due to the infection is mostly due to severe injury to the lungs causing respiratory failure. With the current shortage of oxygen faced in many hospitals across, the country faces a national emergency causing most of our hospital resources to be directed towards Covid-19 care alone.

Eid Mubarak: Volunteers across faiths come together to fight Covid-19
  • Eid Mubarak: Volunteers across faiths come together to fight Covid-19(11:14)
    By Siddhi Jain

    New Delhi, May 14 (IANSlife) Humanity shines forth in crisis as people come together across lines of caste, class and faith in the fight against Covid-19. The pandemic has proven to be a medical and humanitarian crisis which continues to ravage families and communities. Voluntary support from individuals and various organisations is coming forth as a godsend. Working day and night to save lives on-ground, volunteers from various religion-based and cause-based organisations give hope in this deepening war on coronavirus.