How to Take Care of Your Parents with Health Insurance

We can turn a blind eye to it as much as we want, it doesn’t change the fact that our parents are ageing everyday.

Tuesday, 13 March 2018, 01:01 IST

Facing insomnia? Try these to avoid it

Try taking a warm shower or indulging in some natural oil therapy to help you battle insomnia, suggest experts.

Monday, 12 March 2018, 17:14 IST

Smartphone addiction may signify a 'hyper-social' behaviour

Are you branded as anti-social for being glued to your smartphones? Take heart -- for, according to a study, smartphone addiction could be a...

Friday, 09 March 2018, 17:01 IST

Holi 2018: Say No to Chemical Based Colours and Have a Safe Holi This Year

Holi is one of the most exciting festivals of the year and the colours were traditionally made with flowers which bloomed during the season,...

Friday, 02 March 2018, 00:14 IST

Night shifts may raise risk of diabetes

Do you frequently work in night shifts? Beware, you are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes, a precursor to cardiovascular diseases, researchers have warned

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Zika Virus Linked To Other Brain Disorders: Study

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Lack Of Sleep Will Prompt You To Binge More

Do hunger pangs hit you at the sight of guilty pleasures like cookies, candy and chips, even after having a full-course meal? If yes, blame it on sleep deprivation.

Chronic Conditions On Rise In People Over 50: Study

LONDON: A team of researchers, including one of Indian origin, has found that in the last decade there has been a ten percent rise in people abo...

Regular Exercise May Cut Depression Post-Heart Attack

LONDON: People who exercise regularly over several years were less than half as likely to become depressed after a heart attack than those who n...

Number of Male Smokers in India Rose 36 Percent Since 1998: Study

TORONTO: The number of men smoking tobacco in India rose by more than one-third to 108 million between 1998 and 2015, says an alarming study by ...