Menstrual Hygiene Day: Boys, let's talk about that time of the month!
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Managing your diabetes this Ramadan
27 May 2017
Smartphones change the way we make moral decisions: Study
26 May 2017
People see images based on their cultural background: Study
25 May 2017
Owing to my voracious reading habit, I had developed dark circles under my eyes very early in my life. And then followed the quest for the perfect concealer.
20 May 2017
With rising number of kidney patients, doctors believe India should opt for cadaver donation, where organs of deceased are automatically pledged
It plays an important role in rehabilitation of poliomyelitis patients where conventional methods haven’t been useful
Currently about 50 per cent of clinical trials go unreported, according to several studies, often because the results are negative.
300 Bengalureans say that they rediscovered the joy of running thanks to a WhatsApp group.‘Runaddicts’ group has even helped its members manage serious health conditions like asthma
Weeks later, a small number of the animals carried multiple types of human blood cells in their bone marrow and blood circulation.
18 May 2017
My 92-year-old grandmother is always sleeping. She sleeps throughout the day and wakes up only for meals. Is this normal? Increased sleep/drowsiness is…
Self medication, when it comes to contraceptives, is common and many young women suffer from side effects such as nausea and migraine.
More than half of the doctors have uncontrolled hypertension despite taking hypertensive medicines, and many of them face risk of cardiovascular conditions, revealed a study.
A small study revealed that 21% of children in the city suffer from hypertension. The main reason is obesity, which is caused by junk food and lack of exercise.
17 May 2017
On World Hypertension Day, doctors stress the need to exercise and change over to a healthy diet.
For feminine hygiene and easy availability of sanitary pads, a team of researchers has developed world's first 100-percent biodegradable, maxi pads…
16 May 2017
Dear parents, you may have to include beans, chickpeas, lentils, soya mince, fortified soya yoghurt in your kid’s regular diet, as according to…
The shoulder can become unstable in three ways: Through a frank injury and dislocation, repetitive strain or overuse of arms at work.
Researchers in the US developed the drug delivery tool that could make it easier for people to get the correct dose of lifesaving drugs.
15 May 2017
Young people with HIV may now have near-normal life expectancy because of the improvement in treatments, a new study in The Lancet journal suggests.
Researchers have found that runners live for three more years than those who don’t, and for every hour running, seven hours is gained.
13 May 2017
Chennai is sizzling. Delhi is burning. Most people don’t look forward to this period of the year at all.
Braided hair and buns not just look stylish, but also work well during summer. It’s best to keep the hair tidy when the temperature soars.
Natco Pharma today said it has launched a generic version of pomalidomide capsules, used in treatment of a type of blood cancer, in India.
10 May 2017
According to the study, the brain ages much faster when mice do not possess any functional receptors for THC -the chemical responsible for most of marijuana's psychological effects.
09 May 2017
UP's Bulandshahr-Jewar highway robbery: Four persons detained
CBI names Shahabuddin as accused in journalist murder case
Alabama prisoner executed in eighth date with death
Foreigners among IS-linked militants in southern Philippines: Sources
IiAS report on JK House sale incorrect: Raymond Group
Goldman Sachs, Citigroup among five bankers selected for IOC stake sale
England line-up warm-up games for Ashes tour down under
Murray struggled for focus after reaching top