- Lifestyle NewsWith age, friends become more important than family
Finding friends more close to you than your own family members? Don't worry, it is completely okay with the growing age, claims a study.HealthRemoval of selective cells may delay joints pain
Removal of selective cells that accumulates in our body as we age have a positive effect in delaying the joint pains, a research has found.Lifestyle NewsKaran Puri's next novel to release in August 2017
Karan Puri, best known for his novel 'Shit Happens- Desi boy in America' is all set to release his next novel.HealthStudy:Eating white rice during pregnancy could up the risk of obesity in Kids!
Children born to women with gestational diabetes and whose diet included high proportions of refined grains such as white rice, may have a higher risk of obesity by age seven, according to a study.HealthAlcohol may lead to muscle loss in women post menopause
Loss of muscles normally begins from the mid life with a progression rate of about 6% per year. By the time you turn 80, only three-quarters of midlife muscle mass remains in the body. This loss of muscle affects balance, gait and the ability to do daily tasks, the researchers said.HealthOne egg daily boosts child growth: Study
How often you give an egg to your little one? Well, you should give him one daily as it increases growth and reduce stunting by 47 per cent, claims a study.FoodEating same lunch at same place everyday? Think again
Call it the crazy wok hours or limited food outlets, eating same lunch from same place everyday can take a toll on your body.HealthTips to cure smelly feet, sunburns at home
Summer and monsoon are seasons of sweat and irksome skin diseases. Reduce alcohol consumption, change your diet and eliminate certain nutrients to relieve perspiration, suggest experts.HealthTelevision in kids bedroom make them obese, impact more on girls than boys: Study
Kids with television sets in their bedrooms are more likely to be obese, a study has revealed; adding more about its gender based impacts. Girls are more likely than boys to become overweight with TV in their bedroom.