• Australian population aging, more diverse, less religious: Study

    Canberra: The Australian population is aging, more ethnically diverse and less religious than in the past, according to the 2016 national census released on Tuesday. About 95.1 per cent of the Australian population responded to the census, which is carried out every five years, Efe news quoted the A...

  • Make Avola almond your dietary supplement

    London: From its superfood properties to its sustainability, Avola almond can help in filling the lost protein and fiber in your body to the fitter you. Avola almonds are bigger in size from the normal variety and are usually used in pastries.Femalefirst.co.uk listed down the benefits of Avola almon...

  • Rethink if you wait for cheat day

    Los Angeles: Cheat days are very tempting but there are many reasons that they might not be such a good idea. Eating clean comes with its difficulties, particularly when you're trying to fight against those unwanted sugar cravings. It's even more of a challenge not to eat everything and anything cal...

  • Is your gemstone jewellery genuine?

    New Delhi: You can be duped easily when you're buying gemstones. Be aware of check points before making the purchase, say experts.Rajesh Tulsiani, Director at Dwarkadas Chandumal Jewellers and Ageerika Hari, jewellery designer at Vaitaanika, have listed out tips to consider while buying gemstone jew...

  • 'Good' fat diet may reduce bowel disease symptom

    New York: A "good" high fat diet may lead to specific changes in gut bacteria that could fight harmful inflammation and reduce symptoms of Crohn's disease, a chronic inflammatory bowel disorder, says a new study.Crohn's disease causes debilitating intestinal swelling, cramping and diarrhoea.In the n...

  • Eco-friendly fashion: India should capitalise on booming global market

    By NiveditaNew Delhi: Designer Nandita Mahtani says sustainable and eco-friendly fashion is a booming market worldwide and India as a country can contribute to that segment in a big way."A huge booming market worldwide is sustainable and eco-friendly fashion, which I feel is something India can cont...

  • Make your noodles look, taste more interesting

    New Delhi: A simple bowl or plate of noodles can be had in interesting and fun ways. To make them taste better, there are a lot of options like adding lemon zest, blended tomato or nuts, suggest experts.Sid Mathur, creator and key advisor for Wai Wai City (quick service restaurant noodle bar) and Ch...

  • Why new pop music artists have become hot properties

    By Anand VenkitachalamNew Delhi: In the contemporary sense, pop music is basically chart-friendly stuff. No wonder that singers like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez remain on top of the charts, have a huge fan following and rake in the moolah like never before.But does having a large fan base mean th...

  • Exercise, good diet could help prevent osteoarthritis

    London: Lifestyle changes such as improved diet, increased physical activity and weight loss may help prevent osteoarthritis, a common form of arthritis.Osteoarthritis disproportionately affects post-menopausal women who are more pre-disposed to the condition because of biology, genetics and hormone...

  • The author who dreamt of Manderley, reinvented a genre

    Even if she had written just one or two of her over dozen novels, she would have easily figured among the world's greatest writers with her brand of 'Gothic romances', but Daphne du Maurier went on to leave a wider literary impact -- not the least with an unexpected consequence of a Brexit-like situ...

  • Getting more sleep, drinking coffee may help ease pain

    New York: Rather than taking painkillers, patients with chronic pain might benefit from better sleeping habits coupled with daytime alertness-promoting agents such as coffee, suggests a research.The study, conducted on mice, revealed that five consecutive days of moderate sleep deprivation can signi...

  • Only 1 in 10 children aged 6-23 months gets adequate diet

    Only one in 10 Indian children aged 6-23 months gets "adequate diet", according to an IndiaSpend analysis of data from National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4). Consequently, 35.7 per cent of children below five years of age are underweight, according to NFHS-4 data.After birth, between 0-6 mo...