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  • Nagila: A vegan restaurant which oozes warmth and freshness

    By Prashant SoodJerusalem: It's a restaurant that oozes warmth from the moment you step in. Run by a mother and daughter as if it is their home, Nagila offers several innovative vegan delicacies.Located in Jerusalem's Even Yisrael neighborhood, close to the iconic Machane Yehuda market, the...

  • Proper exercise may reverse damage to ageing heart

    New York: If done enough and properly, exercise may reverse damage to sedentary, ageing hearts, say researchers, adding that it may also help prevent risk of heart failure in future. To reap the most benefit, the exercise regimen should begin by late middle age (before age 65), when the heart...

  • Night shifts may up risk of common cancers in women

    Beijing: If you are a woman and have been assigned night shifts at workplace for long, be a little concerned about your health. According to new research, continous shifts at irregular hours may increase the risk of common cancers among women. The researchers found that overall, long-term...

  • Weight-loss surgery may cut heart disease risk among adolescents

    New York: Bariatric surgery may minimise the risk of heart diseases in adolescents who went through the procedure, claimed new research.The findings showed that bariatric or weight-loss surgery performed during adolescence may provide unique benefits later in life by minimising the...

  • Tips to prevent ear infections in winter

    Dr. Sreenivasa Murthy T M, Consultant – ENT, Columbia Asia Referral Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, shares inputs on preventing ear infections Bengaluru: Winter brings a high risk of ear infections in both children and adults. The main cause for ear inflammations is due to the less blood circulation...

  • Sleeping less than 8 hours a night can lead to depression

    New York: Are you in the habit sleeping less than eight hours a night? Beware, you may be at risk of suffering from depression and anxiety, according to a study. Regular sleep disruptions can increase the difficulty in shifting attention away from negative thoughts. While other people...

  • Vitamin C can enhance tuberculosis treatment

    New York: For people suffering from tuberculosis (TB), including foods rich in Vitamin C such as bell peppers, dark leafy greens, broccoli, kiwifruit, berries and oranges in the diet along with regular medication can enhance treatment and enable a faster recovery, suggests a study. TB...

  • High Vitamin D dose may rapidly cut arterial stiffness

    New York: High-doses of Vitamin D can potentially reduce arterial stiffness -- a major risk factor for cardiovascular-related disease and death -- in young vitamin-deficient obese adults, researchers say. Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death globally, with an estimated 17.7...

  • Fight your sweet tooth with these 4 natural sweeteners and fluids

    New Delhi: We are all set to begin the New Year with new pledges and resolutions to stay fit and tune in to a healthy lifestyle. To beat a big hurdle in your healthy resolution -- dieting boredom -- one needs to keep the diet plan and healthy eating target as exciting and simple as possible. Nature...

  • 4 healthy habits to cultivate in the New Year

    New Delhi: As we get ready to welcome 2018, most of us also commit to being better versions of ourselves. Leading a healthier lifestyle usually tops the list, but it is also one of the toughest things to achieve. To finally break that cycle of unfulfilled resolutions, commit to just a few...

  • Nutritionists slam water diet as 'most dangerous'

    London:A new diet which bans everything but water, tea and coffee and has caught the fancy of young adults, has been condemned by nutritionists as the most dangerous weight loss regime ever, the media reported. Known as "Water Fasting", the diet involves trying to lose weight by eating no food...

  • Pain-free skin patch to automate diabetes management

    New York: There is good news for diabetics as researchers have developed a pain-free skin patch containing dissolvable compounds that responds to blood chemistry to manage glucose automatically. For millions of people with type 2 diabetes, ongoing vigilance over the amount of sugar, or...