Silent killer: Unhealthy food habits putting millennials at risk of non-communicable diseases
Obesity, diabetes, heart attack have been accentuated by unhealthy lifestyles.
DGCA plans to ease fitness norms for female cabin crew
The Body Mass Index (BMI) -- an indicator of obesity -- has to be within a specified r...
Finding it difficult to lose weight? New smartphone app can help you get in shape
The behaviour-modifying app, when integrated with health sy...
This longevity protein may help develop therapies for diabetes, obesity and cancer
The Klotho proteins are located on the surface of cells of specific tissues.
Decoded: Gene mutations related to obesity identified, offering new treatment possibilities
Research into genetic causes of obesity could be valuable in finding ways to treat them.
Sajjala Bio to begin clinical trials on diabetes drug
In a statement, the Hyderabad-based company that reported Rs 15 crore of revenue last fiscal year, said it would soon take up clinical studies on the drug.
Band, baaja, baarat smoothens entry in US for Indian spouses
Marriage to a permanent resident in the US, be it a green card holder or a US citizen, does not mean that the India-based spouse can board the next flight. There is a waiting period involved and the first step is tackling the interview.
This would be a boon: New skin patch may help reduce obesity
The patch may help reduce bulging tummy fats by delivering drugs that turn energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat.
Two cups of milk every day can protect obese children from diabetes, metabolic syndrome
Metabolic syndrome may lead to risk of heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure.
Do you frequently pop painkillers? It may double obesity risk
Commonly prescribed painkillers may also cause sleep deprivation.
Want to avoid diabetes & obesity? Quit artificial sweeteners!
Sweetness helps to determine how calories are metabolised and signalled to the brain, concluded the study.
Sedentary lifestyle in 30s can up risk of stroke, cardiac arrest, diabetes
Experts believe social media is the top culprit and reducing browsing-time to 20 mins a day can help.
If you think you are 'healthy obese', you may be wrong
If your weight is much more than required, it increases your risk of obesity and other lifestyle problems.
Secret to get rid of your rigid, belly paunch: Check breakfast and dinner timings
Altering mealtimes can curb your appetite, thereby inducing weight loss.
Over 35 per cent teenagers in Delhi are obese, shows study
Over 26 per cent obese children report experiencing bullying, while 25 per cent suffer from body shaming.
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