• Mon, Feb 19, 2018
  • What's Malaika's 'snappy secret pre-workout routine'

    Updated: Feb, 18, 201804:07 PM

    Actress Malaika Arora, known for her fit frame, has revealed a part of her snappy secret pre-workout routine .
    What's Malaika's 'snappy secret pre-workout routine'
    After Mumbai and Bengaluru, the sixth edition of Max Bupa Walk For Health culminated here on Sunday. The annual walking event saw participation by over 10,000 Delhiites.The sixth edition brought Power Walk to India. The seven-km competitive Power Walk was flagged off by Woman Power Walk Ambassador Malaika along with Max Bupa's Managing Director and CEO Ashish Mehrotra.  Your body is your temple and you should respect it. It is important to give your body some time every day no matter how busy life gets. I have always advised people to go out and get moving, Malaika said in a statement. It could be something as simple as walking every day for 30 minutes. And once you've got into the groove, even upgrade to something like Power Walk. Power Walking is a part of my snappy secret pre-workout routine. It is intense and requires a lot of...
  • Transgender woman successfully breastfeeds baby in world first Transgender woman successfully breastfeeds baby in world first
    Updated: Feb, 17, 201807:25 PM

    The case, published in the journal Transgender Health, illustrates that in some circumstances, modest but functional lactation can be induced in transgender women.

  • Common BP drug may prevent onset of Type 1 diabetes Common BP drug may prevent onset of Type 1 diabetes
    Updated: Feb, 17, 201804:39 PM

    A drug commonly used drug to control high blood pressure may be also effective in preventing the onset of Type 1 diabetes in up to 60 per cent of those at risk, researchers say.

  • How asthma may affect your chances of pregnancy How asthma may affect your chances of pregnancy
    Updated: Feb, 16, 201804:54 PM

    Women using short-acting reliever medication (known as beta-agonists) took 20 per cent longer to conceive on average.

  • Running may cut down chronic stress, protect your memory Running may cut down chronic stress, protect your memory
    Updated: Feb, 15, 201802:40 PM

    Feeling stressed due to excessive workload? Try running for an average five kilometres daily. It may not only help ward off the stress but also protect your memory, claims a new study.

  • A soda a day may cut your chances of conceiving A soda a day may cut your chances of conceiving
    Updated: Feb, 14, 201805:24 PM

    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.

  • US woman first to be infected with 14 eye worms US woman first to be infected with 14 eye worms
    Updated: Feb, 13, 201807:58 PM

    Doctors in the US have extracted 14 worms from the eyes of a woman, the first known instance in the world of a human infection, previously seen only in cattle, according to a report by the Centres for...

  • Why do people get aggressive after drinking? Why do people get aggressive after drinking?
    Updated: Feb, 13, 201807:18 PM

    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.

  • Fitness is not about showing off six-pack abs: Akshay Kumar Fitness is not about showing off six-pack abs: Akshay Kumar
    Updated: Feb, 13, 201810:44 AM

    He believes in not sticking to just one routine and try variations amid nature

  • Decoded: Why you feel hungrier after weight loss Decoded: Why you feel hungrier after weight loss
    Updated: Feb, 12, 201806:48 PM

    Ever wondered why it is so difficult to maintain a healthy weight after substantial weight loss? Hunger hormone ghrelin which tricks the bodies into thinking that it needs to eat more, may be the...