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  • November 05, 2016, Saturday

    Dealing with the Delhi Smog

    With pollution reaching alarming levels post Diwali, Dhruv Munjal finds out what is the best way to cope

  • November 05, 2016, Saturday

    Get fitter to enhance your memory

    A new study establishes that muscle and aerobic fitness helps in improving a child's academic performance

  • October 08, 2016, Saturday

    Getting high on exercise

    A rage abroad, the outlandish idea of a 'morning rave party' is slowly picking up in India

  • October 01, 2016, Saturday

    Smartphone pinky and selfie elbow

    All work and all play are increasingly resulting in a gamut of conditions bundled under the umbrella term of repetitive strain ...

  • October 01, 2016, Saturday

    The heart of the matter

    Higher than normal levels of homocysteine lead to inflammation and narrowing of the arteries. These narrow arteries are not able ...

  • September 24, 2016, Saturday

    The age of confusion

    Adolescence can be a tricky age, especially when teenagers become too old to be treated as children and yet, are too young to be ...

  • September 24, 2016, Saturday

    It's not just the app

    Wearable activity trackers may not boost weight loss

  • September 03, 2016, Saturday

    A new diet plan that lets you eat fat to lose fat

    Turning traditional wisdom on its head, the Ketogenic diet uses fat to keep people energetic through the day - and Pullela ...

  • July 21, 2016, Thursday

    Knee replacement surgery: What you should know

    Surgery involves complex processes for bone recreation in situations where knee has been injured beyond repair

  • July 03, 2016, Sunday

    Young, affluent adults snack on almonds, fruits: Survey

    The findings also revealed that 30% of people tend to snack more when under stress, even when they are not hungry

  • June 20, 2016, Monday

    Sanket: Life-saving signals from the heart

    Sanket is a pocket-sized ECG monitor which helps people measure their heart function, providing early signs of a crisis

  • June 18, 2016, Saturday

    Preventing cancer with coffee

    An influential panel of experts convened by WHO concluded that regularly drinking coffee could protect against at least two types ...

  • June 04, 2016, Saturday

    Food for thought

    Study after study has cautioned against the effects of harmful chemicals in one's food. But experts tell the author how eating in ...

  • April 23, 2016, Saturday

    Can community clinics boost health care?

    The 'mohalla clinic', an ambitious initiative of the Delhi government, appears to be on the right track in improving the woeful ...

  • April 23, 2016, Saturday

    Is social media making you lonely?

    Social media, which was designed to make the world a more connected place, might just be leaving us more isolated and even ...

  • April 16, 2016, Saturday

    Gaming for health

    Studies suggest video games could be good for children

  • April 02, 2016, Saturday

    Can vinegar aid weight loss?

    Despite its newfound internet fame as a diet aid and appetite suppressant, taking vinegar will help you lose weight only 'if ...

  • March 26, 2016, Saturday

    Reaping the benefits of grapeseed oil

    A new study suggests that it may be healthier than olive oil

  • March 02, 2016, Wednesday

    Tax rebate unlikely to reduce dialysis cost

    A dialysis machine contributes only 6 per cent to the overall cost

  • February 27, 2016, Saturday

    Stay brain fit

    Use your brain or else you could lose it, caution doctors. The author finds out what it takes to keep the mind healthy and the ...