- FoodThese wired Indian dishes can make you hungry: Try once
India, the land of diverse culture, language and religion has so many things in store for its explorers. Beside the adventure water sports, lush green hill stations, the nation is a place for bizarre though delicious cuisines. If you are adventurous foodies then here is a list of some nastiest Indian foods which calls for must-try. So be ready and don’t freak out.Lifestyle NewsChandra Grahan 2018: What is in your rashi or zodiac signs
The 21st century longest lunar eclipse will take place on the night of July 27 at 11:44 pm and will end on July 28 at early morning 4:58 am. Lunar Eclipse, also known as Chandra Grahan 2018 has strong impact on Rashi or Zodiac Signs, according to astrologers. During this celestial event, the colour of moon will turn to blood red hue, which is a very rare phenomenon.Lifestyle NewsTips: How to protect your wooden furniture this monsoon?
Maintaining wooden furniture during monsoon season? Use pesticide deodorant and do use camphor or naphthalene balls as they are the great moisture absorbers, say experts.FashionLet your hair shine in monsoon
Hair is considered beauty symbol but monsoon brings lot of problem for tresses because of its excessive humidity and can result in frizzy hair, dandruff and hair fall. So make sure you are following some do's and don'ts to have hassle free hair.HealthOmega-3 can reduce abusive behaviour in children: Study
Consuming omega-3 fatty acid supplements can potentially reduce disruptive and even abusive behaviour in kids, researchers have found.HealthThese chemical additives in food cause neurocognitive problems in kids, warns Pediatricians
When it comes to kids’ health, special care should be taken in terms of food and water. Quite often, it is seen that children suffer from unwanted problems due to exposure to contaminated food. The American American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents and pediatricians to avoid exposing children to eight chemicals found in food and in plastic packaging. The chemicals may be harmful to kids due to their small size, according to the report published July 23 in Pediatrics.FoodDiabetes: These 5 bitter foods may help you
In today’s world, diabetes comes to be big threat to healthy life. WHO (World Health Organisation) records a global data which indicates that the prevalence of diabetes among adults over 18 years of age has risen from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014. Possibly, the problem may emerge to be the seventh leading cause of death in 2030.HealthMore pregnant women are having heart attacks, says Study
The risk of having a heart attack while pregnant, giving birth, or during two months after delivery, continues to increase, a US-based study has found.HealthDecoded: How to reverse signs of ageing
Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have found the way to reverse the action of wrinkled skin and hair loss which are considered as the hallmarks of ageing, in a mouse model.HealthMonsoon flu: Try these simple home remedies
Come monsoon and our homes get loaded with unwanted viral diseases, commonly termed as ‘Flu’ The term flu or influenza are a little different from the common cold, which usually develops slowly, However, flu caused by virus tends to affect a person and affects the upper respiratory tract. The complaint of body aches, fever, headache, blocked or runny nose and sneezing seems to dominate the aura. Definitely, some medicines in your nearby pharmacy can cure the problems but simple natural preparations in our own homes can help address minor complaints at the initial stage. A city nutritionist has come up with a few traditional antidotes which have also been supported by scientific evidence.