While the vaccine for COVID-19 is still in the far future, Yoga experts say that everyday meditation can boost your immunity which is so necessary to stay healthy and safe
Is it safe? This is the first thought every individual preparing to re-enter workplace has.
The UV-C technology does not leave harmful residues after the sanitisation process, and is even safe to treat food items such as vegetables, fruits, water.
A new book by Natasha Celmi shows how you can make cooking less of a mundane task, and helps you dish out global cuisine using local ingredients
Out of 43 COVID patients, scientists identified 10 cases of temporary brain dysfunction with delirium, which corresponded with other studies finding evidence of delirium with agitation.
As deaths from the coronavirus relentlessly mounted into the hundreds of thousands, tens of thousands of doctors and patients rushed to use drugs before they could be proved safe or effective.
Try these natural health and beauty tips by expert Shahnaz Husain to reconnect more to your beautiful self in these tough times
Frequent hand-washing can strip off moisture from our hands, and thus it is necessary to apply moisturisers regularly.
The Moringa or drumstick tree is one such example. Another example is the Arjuna tree, the bark of which makes an excellent heart tonic.
With our homes becoming the new wo rk - space, most of us have turned our couches, beds and dining tables into work stations.
Yogurt occupies a permanent seat in many meals across Indian households. Known for its protein and calciumrich qualities, yogurt is often known to be a super food.
Not-so-healthy nails are often considered markers of ailments varying from anaemia, cardio-vascular issues to liver-related diseases, while strong and healthy nails can be indicators of good health.
Zoonotic diseases are infections that jump between animals and humans, some of which have led to severe illnesses and deaths.
The World Health Organization has long held that the coronavirus is spread primarily by large respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
The study enrolled 80 patients aged 45 to 65 years who had sleep disorders six weeks after heart bypass surgery and also had reduced functional capacity.