- Health Male sex hormone: Your childhood location says it all
Turns out that men’s childhood environment can determine the testosterone levels in later life. A boy who grows up in challenging conditions such as occurrence of infectious diseases or poor nutrition is likely to have lower levels of testosterone, male sex hormone, in later life, says a study.Lifestyle NewsSelfie style decodes a person's personality: Check yours'
The word ‘selfie’ took birth with the advent of smartphones with front camera mode. And, now, almost everyone love to click selfies, whatever the location or occasion be. Taking selfie is a fun, but do you know that you can actually decode a person’s personality by just looking at his or her selfies. A study published in the journal ‘Computers in Human Behaviour’ revealed that how you take a selfie speaks your personality. If you are curious about knowing your personality, then here are a few selfie poses and what they reveal about the person.FoodWeight loss is easy with a little pasta: Here's how
If you are on diet and missing your favourite pasta recipe badly, then here is good news for you. A little twist and turn in your pasta making style may help you slim down while without compromising on your taste buds. Here is how pasta can help you to lose weight at ease.FoodUse goodness of almonds, walnuts in food
Indulge in healthy yet nutritious delights with the goodness of almonds and walnuts, suggest experts.HealthTuberculosis vaccine may help people with Type-1 diabetes
A vaccine primarily used for treating tuberculosis (TB) may be effective in reducing high blood sugar among people with Type - 1 diabetes, results from a clinical trial has revealed.FashionHow to buy right outfit online
Online shopping has made things easier for many, yet a number of times online shoppers tend to get the wrong outfit or lose a track on how to go about it. For starters get your measurements right, take the help of another individual or go to your tailor, and review and edit our cart before placing the order to really know what you are ordering, suggest experts.Lifestyle NewsTips to keep your furniture ready for this monsoon
With the monsoon approaching its imperative that you keep your furniture ready to face the rainy season. Avoid keeping extra hot things directly on the surface and get the solid wood furniture treated with wax, varnish or any other protective and decor coating, suggest expertsHealthHigh salt intake confirm early death, says study
There is a common proverb ‘Excess of anything is bad’. The statement goes well with those who eat food with high salt, which is known to be the root cause of high blood pressure. A new study shows that inaccurate measurement of sodium intake can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and death. The study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and their colleagues using multiple measurements confirms it.HealthCaffeine in Coffee: Four cups a day keep heart problems away
Turns out that having coffee multiple times a day promotes proper heart functioning. Yes, a new study reveals that a caffeine concentration equivalent to four cups of coffee which supports the movement of a regulatory protein into mitochondria, enhancing their function and protecting cardiovascular cells from damage.TravelIIT Roorkee makes drones to monitor rail tracks: Happy train journey
There is positive news coming from the department of Indian railways. Accordingly, the railways will soon start deploying drones to monitor rail tracks. This step could help the national transporter dive forward on the safety aspect which remains the special concern for the government.