Lifestyle

Alchemy of Quirky Alternatives

While there are various holistic therapies for the treatment of depression, stress and anxiety, wellness experts are constantly looking at unique ways to approach lifestyle ailments.

published on : 10th March 2019

Wills Lifestyle goes back to nature

ITC Wills Lifestyle has made a tectonic shift to 100 percent natural, and will now simply be called ‘WLS’.

published on : 3rd March 2019

Stroke cases see a surge in Bengaluru; doctors blame stress, sedentary lifestyle

The Bangalore Stroke Support Group is an initiative of city neurologists, physiotherapists, caregivers, old patients and stroke victims.

published on : 8th February 2019

Fight cancer with a healthy lifestyle

Each year, February 4 is observed as World Cancer Day to raise cancer awareness and encourage its prevention, detection and treatment.

published on : 4th February 2019

Train your brain to form good habits through repetition

The researchers have created a model which shows that forming good (and bad) habits depends more on how often you perform an action than on how much satisfaction you get from it.

published on : 3rd February 2019

Kerala set to unveil diet plan to fight non-communicable diseases

The plan that will become part of a multi-pronged strategy to contain NCD aims to bring in a tectonic change in the dietary habits of the people of the state.

published on : 14th January 2019

Indians should give up west-oriented lifestyles: M Venkaiah Naidu

The vice-president stressed on for adopting healthy dietary habits and lifestyle by returning to simple but effective ways of living.

published on : 13th January 2019

Finally hitting the gym? Here's your self-help guide

If you are planning to hit the gym, you need to keep in mind a few things.

published on : 9th January 2019

Evidence for health benefits of artificial sweeteners weak

Although several non-sugar sweeteners are approved for use, less is known about their potential benefits and harms within acceptable daily intakes because the evidence is often limited and conflicting

published on : 3rd January 2019

A confluence of  art and design

It was followed by three fashion previews by fashion designers Shantanu Singh, Niket Mishra and Dr Sanjana Jon. 

published on : 23rd December 2018

Exercise as effective as drugs to treat high BP

Exercise can lower systolic blood pressure -- the amount of pressure in the arteries when the heart is beating and expressed as the top number in any blood pressure reading.

published on : 19th December 2018

The food at the workplace may not be healthy for the employees

The food at the workplace tends to contain a high amount of sodium, refined grains, calories and very little whole grains and fruit leading to unhealthy eating.

published on : 12th June 2018

How these fashion, food, fitness, travel and technology trends shaped 2017 in more ways than one

The world becoming increasingly globally local every, modern cuisines are being served on tables across various restaurants along with newer fashion trends making an appearance.

published on : 26th December 2017

Beauty services at doorstep make life easier for busy customers

Busy lifestyles have paved the way for companies catering to those seeking some relaxation and rejuvenation from the comforts of their homes.

published on : 28th June 2017

Beware! Yoga can be more risky, painful for existing injury

A finding has revealed that yoga causes musculoskeletal pain in 10 percent people and exacerbated 21 percent of the existing injuries.

published on : 28th June 2017
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