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No link between caesarean sections, auti...

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 linked C-sections with autism. Instead, it suggests that an autistic child is more likely require a caesarean... read more »

More employees to have healthy lifestyle...

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 of State for Health and Manpower Amy Khor is overseeing initiatives to reach at least 120,000 workers at... read more »

‘Walter Mitty’ bank manager lived ‘lotte...

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

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 Janeiro. He also bought widescreen televisions and a new car. One former colleague who asked Irvine if he had “won... read more »

Time management in kitchen

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 includes mostly home cooked food which is considered healthy by many. However, not everyone has enough time... read more »

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Sinful doughnuts arrive in capital

Sinful doughnuts arrive in capital

New Delhi – Nothing beats the magic of soft, sweet and light doughnuts. Krispy Kreme, a US doughnut chain launched here Saturday, brings the experience home. It has already built a strong fan... read more »

Formula for perfect Christmas dinner revealed

Formula for perfect Christmas dinner revealed

London – Scientists have come up with the formula for a perfect Christmas dinner. Psychologists Dr David Lewis and Dr Margaret Yufera-Leitch... read more »

Cocoa shortage could make chocolates extinct by 2020

Cocoa shortage could make chocolates extinct by 2020

London – Chocolates could run out by 2020 as the cocoa supplies are diminishing across the world. Industry expert Angus Kennedy said that the chocolate... read more »

Now, `drink` your breakfast of bacon, baked beans, eggs...

Now, `drink` your breakfast of bacon, baked beans, eggs, and sausages!

London – Too busy in the mornings to cook a full English breakfast of bacon, baked beans, eggs, and sausages? Then you will be surprised to learn that a... read more »

Five food items vegetarians can’t stand

Five food items vegetarians can't stand

New York – Vegetarians often get to hear how boring their life is sans meat. But eating fake meat all the time simply kills the appetite. There are... read more »

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Healthy eating during monsoon

The rains not only play havoc on your skin, but on your health as well. There’s a host of infections and diseases that do the rounds during this season. And to ensure that you stay healthy,... read more »

Exercises that help you battle pain

Walking for back pain: Got a nagging backache? Simply put on your sports shoes and walk. Numerous studies throw light on how walking lessens pain,... read more »

3 simple exercises for a flat tummy

Don’t want to end up injured or exhausted? Don’t overdo things on the workout front. Instead, aim for a brisk 20-minute walk every day to burn... read more »

Achieve toned midriff with right food, exercise

Personal trainer and outdoor fitness expert Rob Jones shares five tips to achieve the toned stomach, reports femalefirst.co.uk.It’s not all about... read more »

11 tricks that’ll change your shape

Slimming doesn’t have to mean making dramatic changes to your lifestyle overnight. In fact, small — often apparent — changes added together can make... read more »

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If there were an underdog in the directory of medical symptoms, it would be the headache. “Headaches are often ignored by patients who prefer to self-medicate. They’d rather... read more »

Reflecting makes post break-up recovery quicker

If you had a break-up recently, do not shy away from discussing it with friends or even research experts as repeated reflecting actually speeds up emotional recovery, new research at the... read more »

5 Foods you can safely eat past their due dates

Do we really take expiry dates seriously? We have all been at the crossroads when picking or throwing away “expired food”. While it is right to cast away food after its expiry... read more »

Massive breakthrough: Scientists create first new antibiotic in nearly 30 years

LONDON: In a massive breakthrough, scientists have created the first new antibiotic in more than three decades, Teixobactin, that can treat many common bacterial infections such as... read more »

The science behind a happy marriage

They say opposites attract. Like ones, repel. However, marriage is a different set of algorithms. It’s far more complex, and calculated. Relationship counsellors claim that there are measures... read more »