- HealthForget period taboos with menstrual cups- the new liberty for you and me!
In India, several households still depend on sanitary pads and fluffed cotton undergarments but there is a new way out only if you are ready to give it a try.HealthImpulsive nature related to obesity in human beings
If you are impulsive in making decisions, chances are that you may become obese, say researchers who found a link between having an impulsive personality and a high body mass index (BMI).FashionTips to blend summer clothes with winter wears
Falling short of winter wear and have an office party to attend? A great mix of summer and winter wear can ease your dressing woes in the winter season.FashionFormal dressing tips for men
Formal dressing in men's fashion has undergone a noticeable transformation in the past few decades. It is no longer considered as old school, dull or uninteresting. If styled properly, formals can look very elegant and classy, says an expert.HealthResearch theory suggests HIV treatment may be increasing syphilis rates
Gay/bisexual men who take antiretroviral drugs, to treat HIV infection, might inadvertently be boosting their susceptibility to the bacteria responsible for syphilis, a study has found.HealthFinal message from this dying lady is a lesson for life
You might have scrolled several life lessons over the Facebook timeline, but here is something that will make you feel helpless and also sad about special moment you missed in past.HealthSmart watches more smart than we think, capable of flagging sickness
Researchers from the Stanford University found that smart watches and other personal biosensor devices can help detect when people have colds and even signal the onset of complex conditions like Lyme disease and diabetes.FashionThis is how you can take Priyanka Chopra’s Golden Globe look
Actress Priyanka Chopra brought a 'golden touch' to the Golden Globes awards with her custom-made Ralph Lauren gown. You can try the look with a simple yet chic hairdo and a dark lip colour easily, say experts.HealthDrug that melts cancer to be used on human now
Developed in Melbourne, Venetoclax, which will be sold as Venclexta, has been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for use by patients with advanced forms of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, Xinhua news agency reported.TravelNine-day long New Delhi World Book fair begins
Focussed on writings on and by women, the nine day-long New Delhi World Book Fair kicked off here at the Pragati Maidan on Saturday amid an impressive ambience, decked with hoardings and posters of women scholars and writers.