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Your diabetes med could help you shed ki...

Your diabetes med could help you shed kilos

Diabetic and want to lose weight? Now you can do both with help of a single medicine, as a new study has shown that Liraglutide, an injectable diabetes drug, helps people shed kilos. US regulators had approved the drug last year for weight loss, and a randomised, controlled trial at 191 sites in... read more »

Conjunctivitis, if left untreated, can c...

Conjunctivitis, if left untreated, can cause sight threatening internal inf...

Conjunctivitis, or pink eye, is the most common eye problem that affects people of all age groups. It is also one of the most common eye infections in children. The condition becomes more common in the summer season as a result of rise in temperature which makes it ideal for the virus to... read more »

Physical exercise along with a proper di...

Physical exercise along with a proper diet can help maintain a healthy weig...

A recent study has revealed that India has the third-highest number of obese and overweight people after US and China. Around 20% of the adult Indian population is overweight or obese and studies predict that India will be the global diabetes capital by 2050 if the abdominal and lower limb obesity... read more »

Being a vegan helps lose weight

Being a vegan helps lose weight

If you are looking for a size zero figure, then following a vegan diet that includes no animal products could offer better results than other weight-loss plans, says a study. “Vegetarian diets are more effective than non-vegetarian diets for weight loss,” said researcher Ru-Yi Huang of... read more »

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Roast chicken with potatoes and veggies

My earliest memory of food: I remember eating cereal as a child. My favourite cereals were choco pops and fruity loops with milk. My favourite recipe: It’s a classic dish. I love roast chicken... read more »

Fresh fruit ice creams to beat the heat

If eating ice creams is one of your ways to cool down during summers, this time around, give the artificial flavours a miss and try fresh fruit in... read more »

This summer, make a cold soup

Considered to be a wholesome meal by itself, chilled gazpachos and cucumber broths are perfect for the sweltering heat Can’t bear the thought of a hot... read more »

Five rules of eating sushi

Here are the rules you should go by – Firstly, you do not use the chopsticks to pass food to another. That is actually said to be like giving the bones... read more »

Grab these fruits before they’re gone!

We have a reason to be happy! The city will see Monsoon, most likely, by mid June. But, with rains knocking on our door, there are few seasonal fruits that... read more »

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Train your mind before your body

Your inability to drag yourself to the gym is only in your head. Here’s how to overcome it and train your brain. Exercise not only makes you feel fitter, happier and sexier, it also increases... read more »

Home remedies for bright white teeth

Pearly whites gone pale! One of the most common problems that every dentist comes across. Though we all wish to have pearly white smile, going for... read more »

Novel way to tackle malaria parasite gene

“This approach could enable much more rapid gene analysis and boost drug-development efforts,” said Jacquin Niles, an associate professor of... read more »

Want to live longer? Eat Walnuts

Scientists discovered that these edible seeds cut the risk of dying from cancer by 40 per cent and from cardiovascular disease by at least 55 per cent,... read more »

Exercises for better eyesight

In the time it will take you to read this page (five minutes, we anticipate, for the slow reader), you would have blinked 60 times. Of all the muscles present... read more »

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World take to mat, bend, twist to mark inaugural Yoga Day

Thousands of yoga enthusiasts across the world on Sunday took to mats and stretched, bent and twisted their bodies in multiple complex postures as they marked the inaugural International... read more »

No link between caesarean sections, autism

A new study has claimed that babies born via caesarean section are not at any greater risk of developing autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The new research renounced the previous study that... read more »

More employees to have healthy lifestyle options at workplaces

More employees will have access to health promotion programmes and healthier food options at their workplaces by the end of March next year. A national committee chaired by Senior Minister... read more »

‘Walter Mitty’ bank manager lived ‘lottery’ lifestyle thanks to £90,000 embezzlement from ...

Gordon Irvine siphoned tens of thousands of pounds from the ATM at the Santander bank he ran in Lochee High Street before blowing the cash on foreign holidays to New York and Rio de... read more »

Time management in kitchen

For a working professional, be it a man or a woman, managing one’s time spent in the kitchen is very important. Not everyday can one think of ordering food from outside. Healthy living... read more »