• Hair care tips from Adhuna Akhtar

    Hair care tips from Adhuna Akhtar

    As hairstylist Adhuna Akhtar launched her new range of hair styling products, the guide made use of the opportunity to chat up with her about all things tress

  • <strong>Health</strong> special: Be the immunity superhero

    Health special: Be the immunity superhero

    Falling sick is never easy on you and hardly fun. But what if that doughnut or late night film is weakening you bit by bit? the guide shares tips on tweaking those harmless habits to become the ultimate disease-buster with a strong immunity

  • Cap the H in Hepatitis

    Cap the H in Hepatitis

    Stakeholders in Mumbai raised their voices at a collective community impact strategy meet to tackle this rising healthcare challenge

  • Some areas of brain may remain youthful in old age

    Some areas of brain may remain youthful in old age

    Challenging current models of brain ageing, researchers have found that some areas of the brain may remain youthful even in older age

  • Hand-held device can detect deadly skin cancer

    Hand-held device can detect deadly skin cancer

    A new hand-held device that uses lasers and sound waves may change the way doctors treat and diagnose the deadly skin cancer melanoma, says new research

  • Care for women on wheels

    Care for women on wheels

    Dr CB Koppikar, an oncologist along with his team has come up with a mobile bus that has the facility of doing mammography on the go

  • Stress may shorten pregnancy in coming generations

    Stress may shorten pregnancy in coming generations

    Have you experienced childbirth complications and delivered a premature baby even after taking all de-stressing measures during pregnancy?

  • Threefold surge in male teenage drinking in India: Study

    Threefold surge in male teenage drinking in India: Study

    Revealing an alarming trend, a team led by an Indian-origin researcher has reported a threefold surge in the number of male teenagers drinking alcohol in India, especially in urban cities and poorer households.

  • Diabetic? Eat pistachios daily for super <strong>health</strong>

    Diabetic? Eat pistachios daily for super health

    Love pistachios? You have another reason to have these tree nuts if your sugar levels are high as eating pistachios may reduce vascular response to stress in type 2 diabetes

  • Porn viewing puts women at cybersex addiction risk

    Women who regularly visit pornography sites on internet are at a greater risk of developing cybersex addiction, says a significant study.

  • Arthritis cases among Indian youngsters rising: Expert

    Arthritis cases among Indian youngsters rising: Expert

    There has been a rise in the number of young Indians diagnosed with knee arthritis and other problems of joints and ligaments, a health expert said

  • Now, mathematical formula to predict happiness

    Now, mathematical formula to predict happiness

    Scientists have used a mathematical equation to accurately predict the happiness of more than 18,000 people around the world

  • Turn into a starchivore

    Turn into a starchivore

    Dr John McDougall, American physician and author, says a starch-based diet can go a long way in reversing diseases 

  • Sweet surrender

    Sweet surrender

    The next time you crave for some peanut butter, try Cuffe Parade resident Priya Pereira's version that is made with organic peanuts, rock salt and jaggery and is devoid of any oil and preservatives

  • Dieting young may lead to poor <strong>health</strong> outcomes later

    Dieting young may lead to poor health outcomes later

    The younger a woman is when she goes on her first diet, the more likely she is to experience several negative health outcomes later in life, a new study has warned

  • Watch your waistline for diabetes risk

    Watch your waistline for diabetes risk

    A British health report has warned that adults with a large waistline are five times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.

  • Body, <strong>health</strong> myths exposed

    Body, health myths exposed

    From drinking eight glasses of water everyday to eating food before going to bed helps in storing fat are some of the health guidelines that doctors suggest time and again, but experts bust such health and body myths that has been the part of our lifestyle since ages

  • Alcohol kills 15 Australians every day

    Alcohol kills 15 Australians every day

    Alcohol causes 15 deaths and hospitalises 430 Australians every day with the numbers rapidly increasing over the past decade, a new study released on Thursday said

  • Eat these healthy sweets and stay fit and happy

    Eat these healthy sweets and stay fit and happy

    Eat-a-whey is the latest entrant in the paleo/gluten-free craze that promises to keep you healthy, trim and sweet-happy 

  • Daily running can lower death risk

    Daily running can lower death risk

    A new US study has suggested that running everyday, even for a few minutes, can significantly reduce a person's risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases.