- Lifestyle News23rd Delhi Book Fair to begin from August 26 in Delhi
Good news for the bibliophiles of the national capital, the Delhi Book Fair is all set to begin from August 26.FoodEating hamburgers, pizza may increase cancer risk: Study
The researchers wanted to find out how the ratio of energy to food weight, otherwise known as dietary energy density (DED), contributes to cancer risk. They looked at DED in the diets of post-menopausal women.TravelFive places in and around Delhi for a perfect 'staycation'
Finding it hard to scoop out time for a full-fledged holiday? Don't worry check out these five amazing places in and around Delhi for a perfect 'staycation'.Health Women who work in Night shifts linked with high breast cancer risk: Study
Women who work in night shifts may be at an increased risk of developing breast cancer, as artificial light blocks a hormone that plays a key role in suppressing growth of its tumours, claims a study.HealthSurvey: 'More positive experience with private healthcare than government hospitals'
As many as 61 per cent of Indian patients, taking part in a survey, expressed a positive experience in private health care compared to only 39 per cent in government hospitalsHealthStudy: 'Internet overuse making people vulnerable to neuropsychiatric dysfunctions'
Calling internet overuse similar to drug addiction, the research report released on Thursday says internet overuse has a significant impact on personal and social relations, socio-political environment, and mental and general health of the users.FashionToday's youths understand fabric: Designer Ritu Kumar
Ace designer Ritu Kumar, who has been an epitome of handloom fashion in India, says that the current generation of Indian youth definitely understands fabric but the only thing they don't understand is that why "it needs to be complicated".FashionYoung designer Sumiran Sharma brings child abuse, women trafficking issues on LFW ramp
Sumiran Kabir Sharma, one of the Gen Next designers at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2017, displayed a lineup that was more than just "beautiful dresses" here on Wednesday.FoodReason why expensive wine tastes better
Ever wondered why a bottle of expensive wine tastes better? It is because the reward center in the brain tricks us into expecting better taste when the price is higher which in turn affects the brain's taste processing regions, researchers say.