The study showed that people with an evening preference were 2.5 times more likely to have Type-2 diabetes compared to those who are morning larks.
Winter demands extra care of skin and hair and hence it is important to take care of basic rituals like bathing in lukewarm water or minimizing the use of shampoo.
Snoring may be a sign of OSA, which is a serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts.
A study found that this form of dieting leads to adverse health outcomes and 80 per cent of people who lose weight gradually regain either the same weight or even more than they had before going on a...
The study found that physical activity and a healthy diet may offset the acceleration of atherosclerosis -- build-up of fats, cholesterol and other substances in and on the artery walls.
Curcumin, a chemical that comes from the turmeric plant, has been used as a traditional Asian medicine for centuries, primarily to treat gastrointestinal ailments and skin wounds.
The study, led by medical physiologist Yujiro Yamanaka at Japan's Hokkaido University, the body's central system reacts less strongly to acute psychological stress in the evening than it does in the...
“Kids do well if they can” - these words from the book Raising Human Beings by Dr Ross Greene struck me quite powerfully. It made me realise that most of the time we are busy scolding, correcting and...
he actress says people tend to focus more on superficial elements rather than real body strengthening when it comes to fitness.
This winter try out some food recipes that are not only delicious but healthy too.