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8 ultimate reasons to drink buttermilk every day!

New Delhi: Buttermilk, also known as Chaas in Hindi, is a great drink to cool off your body on a hot summer day. Perhaps, this nutritious drink is also loaded with vitamins and minerals, providing you with myriad health benefits. Here are some five amazing…

Fish oil during pregnancy may not shield kids from obesity

London: An omega-3 rich diet and reduced consumption of meat that contains the so called “bad” fats during pregnancy may not offer children protection against obesity, the results of a long-term study show.Administering a special diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids and low in…

Cancer woes: Parsley, dill can actually be the cure!

New Delhi: According to a study conducted by scientists from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and other institutes, Parsley and dill can help in saving a person from cancer.Scientists from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), the N. D. Zelinsky Institute of…

Diastasis recti: All you need to know about this condition!

New Delhi: Diastasis recti is a condition defined as a separation of your outer most abdominal muscles. 'Diastasis' means separation, 'recti' refers to your ab muscles called the 'rectus abdominis'. Rectus abdomonis muscle is the muscle that covers the front surface of the belly area.…

Soon, testing for malaria, cancer at home via cheap paper strips!

Washington DC: Soon, testing for diseases like malaria or cancer may get a lot easier and simple as testing your blood sugar or taking a home pregnancy test.The Ohio State University chemists are developing paper strips that detect diseases including cancer and malaria.The…

Chinese woman gives birth to a baby girl from embryo frozen 18 years ago

Beijing: A 45-year-old woman in China delivered a healthy baby girl using an embryo frozen 18 years ago, as per media reports.The infant weighing 3,300 gm, was born in Jiangsu province on Monday.As per reports, the woman, who suffered from blocked fallopian tubes,…

'Too much' or 'too little' sleep can raise diabetes risk in men

'Too much' or 'too little' sleep can raise diabetes risk in men The findings showed that men who slept the least and the most were more likely to have an impaired ability to process sugar compared to men who slept an average amount of about…

Want to live longer? Restrict your calorie intake!

Washington DC: A new study suggests that calorie restriction with proper nutrients can extend your lifespans and and delay the onset of age-related disorders.Overeating can lead to health issues that can shorten one's life, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease. On the other…

Overuse of Electronic Gadgets Triggers Early Ageing: Doctors

Excessive use of electronic gadgets, including mobile phones and tablets, can cause "tech neck" that leads to early signs of ageing, health experts have warned.According to experts, "tech neck", which leads to sagging skin, dropping jowls, and creases above the clavicle, seriously affects facial looks…

Dogs Detect Diabetes by Sniffing Warning Signs

A new study has found that dogs can be trained to spot the warning signs of diabetes in patients by sniffing a chemical found in our breath that signals dangerously-low blood sugar levels. People who have type 1 diabetes require insulin injections to manage blood…