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  • Kitchen is the best hospital, food the best medicine

    'Finding a cure is always less lucrative than finding a treatment.' As science and technology grow at an exponential pace, it is pretty obvious that drugs and treatments will remain heavily incentivised. It is an unfortunate reality that our pharmaceutical companies have been prioritising...

  • This iPhone app claims to accurately monitor BP

    New York: Researchers have developed a novel blood pressure (BP) application that can give accurate readings using an iPhone, without requiring any special equipment.Developed by the Michigan State University researchers, the new 'iPhone X' app measures BP via the 'oscillometric finger pressing...

  • Beware of fake bodybuilding supplements

    During this last decade there has been a huge surge in the demand for bodybuilding supplements in the country. However, a study by Assocham and business management consultant RNCOS indicates that as much as 60-70 per cent of the dietary supplement being peddled across India is counterfeit.Not only...

  • Airport security trays have more viruses than toilets: Study

    London: Plastic security trays at airport - where we drop our phones, laptops, and other items - have the highest amount of viruses, even more than toilets, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Nottingham and the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare found that...

  • Sunny Leone influences everything husband Daniel does

    New Delhi: Sunny Leone has time and again expressed that her husband Daniel Weber is her pillar of strength. The musician also says there is not even one aspect of his life wherein he doesn't seek his star wife's opinion. Daniel said his life revolves around his wife and their children. ...

  • This same 'fat' girl to represent India at Miss Universe 2018

    Mumbai: She was insulted by a few people claiming she is fat. She was rejected and humiliated, calling her heavy. The same girl was crowned the Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva Miss Universe 2018 at a star-studded grand finale event here on Friday night. Nehal Chudamasa, who hails from Mumbai, will compete...

  • Is normal delivery possible after caesarean? Here is an answer...

    New Delhi: It is said that 'once a caesarean, always a caesarean'. It is commonly believed that a woman who has undergone a c-section delivery will have to opt for the same method while giving birth to her next child. But medical experts are trying to dispel this myth.According to them, Vaginal...

  • Believe it or not, boys report more teenage dating violence than girls

    Toronto: When it comes to teen dating, boys are more likely to report being the victim of violence -- hit, slapped, or pushed -- than girls, a new study has found.The researchers found that overall, fewer teens are experiencing physical abuse from their dating partners, with five per cent of teens...

  • Elderly who are happy live longer, finds study

    Singapore: Happy older people live longer, according to a study by researchers, including one of Indian-origin. The findings, published in the journal Age and Ageing, showed that the likelihood of dying due to any cause was 19 per cent lower for happy older people. 'The findings indicate that...

  • Air pollution can damage brain, reduce intelligence: Study

    Beijing: A scary new study has claimed that air pollution, which hitherto was known to affect lungs and reduce life expectancy, impacts cognitive abilities as well, especially in older men. According to the study published on Tuesday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,...

  • Katy Perry denies Dr. Luke raped her

    Los Angeles: Singer Katy Perry has denied she was raped by Dr. Luke, according to a deposition unsealed on Monday from the ongoing legal battle between Luke and Kesha.In court documents obtained by people.com, Perry's deposition from July 21, 2017, reveals that the singer, 33, repeatedly shut down...

  • 'Most Indian parents posting their kids' photos online despite threats'

    New Delhi: Although Indian parents are aware that images of their children posted online could end up in the wrong hands, most of them are still sharing their kids' images online often without any consent from them, a survey by global cyber security firm McAfee revealed on Tuesday.The survey,...