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  • Ramzan: Fasting the right way

    The holy month of Ramzan, widely known as Ramadan in the Middle East, is here. It's that time of the year for which Muslims across the world wait for, as it holds a special significance. Apart from the prayers and fasting, it is also considered as a time for introspection. Muslims observe fast...

  • Iftaar party at home? Try these korma, keema recipes

    New Delhi: During this Ramadan, impress your family and friends with self-made gosht badam korma or keema with recipes lent by experts. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of...

  • Gout won't increase risk of fracture, says new study

    London: People with gout, a painful inflammatory arthritis, may not actually have an increased risk of fracture as earlier believed, show results of a new study. The findings, published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal), contrast with those of previous studies, which found...

  • British researchers discover potential cure for baldness

    London: In a big development, a potential cure for baldness has been discovered using a drug originally intended to treat osteoporosis. The discovery is till in clinical stage and human trials need to be done. The new drug contains a compound known as WAY-316606 which targets a protein that...

  • Cancer survivors to share their experiences at Hyderabad meet

    Hyderabad: Actress Gautami, noted classical danseuse Ananda Jayant and other caner survivors will share their experiences at Aarogya, a one-day international conference on cancer prevention to be held here on May 13. David Christopher, Manager Dr Christopher Herb company, US, Jeremy Ann...

  • Diabetics need not always hold back from eating eggs: Study

    Sydney: People suffering from diabetes may finally eat eggs daily without a pinch of guilt. A new study suggests that eating up to 12 eggs a week does not increase cardiovascular risk factors in people with pre-diabetes or Type-2 diabetes. People with Type-2 diabetes tend to have higher...

  • Traffic-related pollution may increase asthma risk in kids

    New York: Long-term exposure to traffic-related pollution may significantly increase the risk of asthma in early childhood, a study has warned.The findings, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, showed that living close to a major road was linked to childhood asthma at...

  • 90% of world's population breathes badly polluted air: WHO

    Geneva: Nine out of every 10 people on the planet breathe air that contains high levels of pollutants and kills seven million people each year, according to a new World Health Organization (WHO) study released on Wednesday. The study is an analysis of what the WHO says is the world's...

  • These 5 habits will help you live an extra 10 years

    Maintain a healthy body-mass index, never smoke, don't drink too much alcohol, do moderate to vigorous exercise, and eat a healthy diet: these are to be your mantras if you want to add 10 years to your lifespan. Following these lifestyle rules at age 50 than not doing added 14 additional years...

  • How to combat tuberculosis?

    Dr. Shivaraj A L Consultant – PulmonologistColumbia Asia Hospital Whitefield Tuberculosis or TB is a global pandemic that is being fought by nearly every country in the world. According to the World Health Organization, two billion people — that is one-third of the world's population — are...

  • Summer is here. Take care of your lips

    New Delhi: Lip care is very important in summer. So, keep your lip balm handy to protect them, say experts. Hema Sharma Datta, Head - Skin Care and Cleansing, R&D, The Himalaya Drug Company, tells why it is important to protect lips in summer.* Lips lack natural protective oil: Our...

  • Deep brain stimulation gives hope to 82-yr-old Parkinson's patient

    Bengaluru: Eighty-two-year-old Rao had been living with Parkinson's for 11 years. But the disease progressively worsened in the last 3-4 years, and he could not do his day-to-day activities. He needed support to walk. It became so severe that his wife had to help him wear his...