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  • US FDA approves world's first Viagra for women

    US FDA approves world's first Viagra for women

    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the world's first 'female Viagra' to treat acquired and generalised hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) in premenopausal women

  • Some handy tips to pick the right hair colour for you

    Some handy tips to pick the right hair colour for you

    With the festive season around the corner, we've rolled out a handy hair colour guide, curated by Mumbai's best experts. From shades that suit your skin colour to hair makeovers, here's how you can make heads turn

  • Health Special: How to stay fit in your thirties

    Health Special: How to stay fit in your thirties

    For men, the thirties is a crucial decade. It's when priorities change. Apart from plans to start a family, it's also when fitness should matter. So, before knee pains and receding hairlines take over, we tell you how to kick start a healthy lifestyle, at the right time

  • Watch out, ladies

    Watch out, ladies

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 1 out of every 6 women in the city. The newly launched PCOS society aims to create awareness about it

  • Shun the health myths this monsoon

    Shun the health myths this monsoon

    The monsoon brings respite from the sweltering heat but also triggers a lot of health-related issues, most of which are plain myths that have persisted over time, says an expert

  • Thinking skills linked to heart disease risk

    Thinking skills linked to heart disease risk

    People with low scores on a test of thinking skills required to reason, solve problems and plan may be at higher risk of heart attacks or strokes, new research has found

  • Overweight? Don't ponder over it all the time

    Overweight? Don't ponder over it all the time

    If you believe you are overweight or obese, chances are that rather than reducing weight, you may actually be adding extra kilos around your waistline

  • Your pet dog's brain scans faces like humans do

    Your pet dog's brain scans faces like humans do

    Like humans, dogs too have a specialised area in the brain that process faces to give them social cues and make them highly trustworthy social animals, new research has revealed

  • HIV grows 'silently' despite treatment

    HIV grows 'silently' despite treatment

    Casting doubts on finding a cure for HIV anytime soon, British researchers have found that the virus can grow 'silently' in patients who are thought to be responding well to treatment

  • How gut microbes make you fat

    How gut microbes make you fat

    Scientists have found evidence that gut bacteria may affect circadian rhythms and metabolism leading some people to gain extra weight

  • Eat spicy food daily to lower death risk

    Include more fresh and dried chilli pepper in your diet as eating spicy foods daily has now been linked to a lower risk of death from cancer, heart and lung diseases and diabetes

  • Music may impact patients' safety during surgery

    Music may impact patients' safety during surgery

    Playing music during operations may hinder communications and cause tension between junior and senior doctors, thereby putting patients' safety in jeopardy, new research has found

  • Insulin may treat dementia

    Insulin may treat dementia

    Insulin delivered high up in the nasal cavity goes to affected areas of brain and helps improve memory, says a study that could lead to new therapies for Alzheimer's disease and similar forms of dementia

  • Frequent flyers lose health, family love too

    Frequent flyers lose health, family love too

    Are you a frequent traveller? By striving to travel far, wide and frequently, you are not only damaging your health but also spoiling relationships with loved ones, an interesting study has revealed

  • Health Special: How to go vegan in Mumbai

    Health Special: How to go vegan in Mumbai

    With an increase in online shopping options and home chefs whipping up vegan-only delicacies, followers of a vegan lifestyle have a lot to rejoice. We share excerpts from the daily diaries of two Mumbai vegans

  • Health Special: De-stress the Djokovic way

    Health Special: De-stress the Djokovic way

    World No 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic credits his professional success to marriage and fatherhood. While Djokovic has found his work-life balance, we gauge how some of Mumbai’s professionals fare when it comes to tackling stress, and how they maintain an equilibrium

  • Burn it up with Menezes pilates

    Burn it up with Menezes pilates

    Try out the Menezes pilates on a reformer, and practise workout routines crafted by a sports scientist. These personalised workout sessions will increase your fitness levels and make you forget the treadmill

  • Indulge in a delicious spa session

    Indulge in a delicious spa session

    Treat yourself to a yum spa experience the next time you feel the need to perk your day up. With the latest manicure and pedicure at the Saks Salon and Day Spa, lose yourself to the aroma of chocolate, an ice cream scoop bath soak and a shower sherbet scrub

  • New app to help heart attack patients recover faster

    New app to help heart attack patients recover faster

    A new app is out there to help heart attack patients recover faster. It may help people cope better with the trauma associated with a heart attack, Fortune magazine reported

  • Anti-stress hormone linked to breast cancer risk

    Anti-stress hormone linked to breast cancer risk

    Women with low levels of an anti-stress hormone have an increased risk of getting breast cancer, says a new study

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This Health Tips & Beauty Tips section of ours is dedicated to people who are facing health issues and looking out solutions for good health. It is a source which provides daily health tips, natural quick health tips & health tips for men and women's.