Materialism may harm your married life


Do you often end up having heated discussions with your spouse over money matters? Beware, your fondness for material possessions may affect your love life and push your marriage towards an unhappy ending, says a new study. The study found that wh

CMFRI to launch nutraceutical product to treat thyroid disorder


After having developed nutraceutical products to treat diabetes, arthritis, and cholesterol from marine organisms such as seaweeds and green mussel, the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) is all set to launch a natural product from t

A soda a day may cut your chances of conceiving


 Planning a baby? Then stop drinking soda or sugar-sweetened beverages, as intake of one or more such drinks a day -- by either partner -- may decrease the chances of conceiving, warns a study. The findings showed both female and male intake
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New York, Feb 14 Try climbing stairs as much possible if you find aerobics or resistance-training exercises to be tedious, as it may not only reduce high blood pressure problems but also build leg strength, especially in older women, claimed a ne

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This Valentine's Day, surprise your man with gifts that matter. Taking a cue from their interests and passion, gift them things that are important to them and closer to heart. Here are five unique gift ideas to make the man of your life happy on

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Actor Tiger Shroff says he is currently "married" to his work and he loves it. On the sidelines of the unveiling of his new active lifestyle brand Prowl here on Tuesday, Tiger was asked about his Valentine's Day plans. He said he has

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Have you ever coughed on for months together and none of the remedies you tried have worked? Coughing is one of the body’s most basic defence mechanisms, actually. We cough to expel foreign particles from our respiratory system, which can

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 Individuals who were bullied by their siblings during childhood could be up to three times more likely to develop psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia in early adulthood, says new research. The study found that the more often children a

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Do you tend to get aggressive just after a peg or two? It is because certain areas in the brain that temper aggression shuts off, researchers say. In the study, the researchers noted changes in the working of the prefrontal cortex -- the brain are

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People born with heart defects may be at higher risk of developing dementia in adulthood, according to a new research. The findings, led by scientists from the Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark, showed that the risk of dementia was higher in p

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New Delhi, Feb 13: One incident or sight that Surat's Meena Mehta witnessed her life. "I drew inspiration when I saw 2 poor girls collecting sanitary pads from the dustbin, when I asked them why, they said they collect them every mo

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Working long hours can take a toll on your health. You are prone to high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol, and might also increase your risk of developing cancer. But by being proactive and taking some precautions, you can minimize its impac

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Pores are essential for our skin. They help the skin to remain hydrated and allow it to breathe. They are responsible for the elimination of the toxins from the body. Sometimes, these pores expand due to being contaminated with dirt. Open or lar

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Scientists have developed a simple new DNA test that can detect 193 genetic diseases including anaemia, epilepsy and metabolic disorders in a newborn's genes. The test called as "Sema4 Natalis" -- a supplemental newborn screening tes

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Look for ingredients like avocado, olive oil and seaweed while shopping for face masks for winter to mask away the skin problems, say experts. Shaivya Gupta, Research and Development Manager at Organic Harvest, and Shikhee Agrawal, Head - Training

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