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Work from home is not for everyone, people with low stress levels are best suited...

While working from home seems a good idea, a new study says that it is best suited for people who are emotionally stable and remain positive.

Lifestyle - 15 hours ago

Night owls, listen up! These famous celebrities are early morning risers

Can we common folk follow a brutal early morning routine like actors Mark Wahlberk, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and our very own Akshay Kumar? Here

Lifestyle - 16 hours ago

Weight loss diet, what are negative calorie foods and why they matter

Negative calorie food: Eating foods that are low in calorie makes it easier to lose weight. Here are 5 such foods to include in your diet.

Lifestyle - 21 hours ago

Aspire to be the best version of yourself: Ms Fitness India 2018 Sapna Khanna

Miss Fitness India 2018 Sapna Khanna talks about her roller-coaster journey into the world of fitness, women in body-building, fitness apps and more.

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

Breastfeeding can boost brain development in premature babies

Preterm babies who are born before their due date show better brain development when fed breast milk rather than formula milk, says a new study.

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

World Rose Day 2018, what not to say to a cancer patient

World Rose Day 2018: A diagnosis of cancer can make even the best of people unsure of what to talk. Not saying the right thing or avoiding the patient

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

Eat a Mediterranean diet to lower risk of stroke

Mediterranean diet may help middle-aged women have lesser risk of stroke, regardless of menopausal status or hormone replacement therapy.

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

Stick to a regular sleep schedule for long-term heart health

Maintaining a regular bedtime is a healthy habit that can boost heart and metabolic health in old age, says a new study.

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

Superfood or poison, experts tell you whether you need to drink milk for good h...

While a previous generation considered milk to be essential to a balanced diet, recent studies are making people question its health benefits. We spea

Lifestyle - 2 days ago

Random acts of kindness is good for mental health, can reduce depression

Showing compassion to others can reduce depression and increase life satisfaction, shows a new study.

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

Junk food withdrawal is tough to overcome, as bad as drug addiction

Junk food effect: Quitting junk food can cause withdrawal symptoms that are similar to what drug addicts experience, says a new study.

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

How a behavioural program can reduce stress in cancer patients

Cancer patients can take part in behavioural programmes that can reduce harmful stress and improve their moods.

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

Talk therapy after a loved one's death is good for mental health, reduced risk of...

Grieving patients who receive talk therapy at the general practitioner’s shortly after a relative’s death, have a lower risk of suicide and psychi

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

Cooking with wood or coal can increase risk of respiratory illness

A new study says that burning wood or coal to cook food is associated with increased risk of hospitalisation or even dying from respiratory diseases.

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

Eat fish-rich diet during pregnancy to boost brain, eye development in baby

A new study says that eating fatty fish during pregnancy can enhance the development of the unborn child’s eyesight and brain function.

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

Sexual Health Awareness Month, 5 STDs you need to know about

Sexual Health Awareness Month: The month of September is dedicated to raising awareness about sexual health. Here are common types of Sexually Transmi

Lifestyle - 3 days ago

World Alzheimer's Day 2018, early signs of the disease and how to deal with it

World Alzheimer’s Day 2018: Unusual memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer’s Disease. Here are 10 early signs that you

Lifestyle - 4 days ago

Why high-intensity exercises are as beneficial as longer workout sessions

If you can’t spare a lot of time to exercise, you can just opt for a few minutes of high-intensity interval or sprinting exercise, says a new study.

Lifestyle - 4 days ago

Walking for half an hour a day can reduce severity of stroke

Walking for just 35 minutes a day or swimming for three hours a week could protect you from severe strokes, says a new study.

Lifestyle - 4 days ago

Mothers who breastfeed babies for five months may have more kids

Women who breastfeed for shorter durations are more likely to have fewer children than they expected, while women who breastfeed longer are as likely

Lifestyle - 4 days ago