health and fitness

  • Health & Fitness: Rev up your love life with yoga

    Couples yoga is a great way to not just stay fit, but also connect with your partner on a deeper, more intimate level, the guide finds out

  • Beware! Married couple share most bacteria

    Know where do bacteria reign? In the cosiness of your home - at doorknobs, light switches, floors, countertops - and within relationships.

  • The deadly 'D': Psychiatrists, experts help decode depression

    A woman who battles depression shares her story with Nikshubha Garg, who also speaks to psychiatrists and experts to find out how family and friends can help the patient

  • What controls sleep, wake up switches in brain

    Know why do you feel drowsy after a bad night's sleep? The answer lies in a few nerve cells in you brain that may control the switch between internal thoughts and external distractions

  • 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

  • Cap the H in Hepatitis

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

  • 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

  • New fitness trend termed 'bikini diet' has taken Britain by storm

    A new partner tops the list of motivations for most men and women to shed the extra kilos

  • Health & Fitness: Sweat it out with Vidyut Jammwal

    Gym truths, fitness mantras and exercise routines to get the perfect physique, just like action hero Vidyut Jammwal

  • Revealed! FIFA WC superstars' lesser-known fitness routines

    As the FIFA World Cup 2014 nears its second round, the guide takes a look at some of its biggest names, their fitness regimes and quirks to help you choose your favourite routine

  • Some tips to stay fit this monsoon

    The lush greenery and overcast skies might rev up some spirits. But for others, the rains aggravate body aches and cause fatigue or lethargy. Phorum Dalal talks to experts who decode these arguably psychosomatic reactions and suggest ways to stay in shape this season

  • Bipasha Basu pushes near, dear ones into fitness mode

    Actress Bipasha Basu, a fitness enthusiast, is doing her bit to motivate people around her to look after their health and be fit.

  • Health: Quick fix for that pain in the neck

    Cervical Spondylosis is emerging as an urban lifestyle condition that younger people are increasingly falling prey to. the guide tells you how to spot it at the right time, and act on it

  • Sonakshi strictly follows her workout regime

    Arjun Kapoor's 'Tevar' co-star Sonakshi Sinha is making sure that she doesn't miss out on her workout regime during the shoot of the film

  • Why aerial silk is the latest fitness trend in town

    Aditi Deshpande, a national champion in rope mallakhamb who is also trained in aerial silk, tells Rinky Kumar about the health benefits of swinging from a cloth and reveals why this form of acrobatics is the latest fitness trend in town  

  • Have a fit monsoon

    More often than not, the rains throw a wet blanket over your fitness regime. Here are some tips to ensure that your health is never a casualty of this monsoon

  • Experts collect litchi samples in Bihar to identify deadly virus

    Experts Wednesday collected samples of litchi to identify the virus strain that has claimed the lives of over 50 children in Bihar

  • Instant oatmeal in breakfast manages hunger better

    Love ready-to-eat oat cereal in breakfast but do not get that feeling of "fullness"? Switch to instant oatmeal

  • Health & Fitness: Meet the other Superman

    Popularly known as Superman, American MMA fighter JJ Ambrose who was in the city recently, shares tips on fitness, Brazillian Jiu Jitsu and why there’s no better way to beat your opponent than by submission

  • Tips to help your children eat healthy food

    Kids are known to be fussy eaters. As exasperated parents, you can either throw up your hands in despair or heed their demands. But what if you could learn some tips and tricks to help them eat well? Rinky Kumar talks to nutritionists and doctors to find out more