Tag: Life Style

Five must-have accessories for men
Five must-have accessories for men: Read to know more

If you want to be a head turner it is highly recommended to consider upgrading your wardrobe with these classy and inexpensive add-ons.

  • Sunday, 23 October 2022
Now test stress level at home

New York: Feeling stressed out? Take this newly discovered home-test that can easily measure your stress level and tell you whether you need to consult a doctor or not. The researchers, including one of Indian origin, from the University of Cincinnati have conducted a new test with a device that uses ultra-violet light to measure […]

  • Friday, 30 April 2021
Personal care products life-threatening for kids

New York: Parents, take a note. Researchers have found that personal care products such as shampoo, lotion and nail polish in the hands of young children can quickly lead to poisoning or chemical burns-like life-threatening situations. Published in Clinical Pediatrics journal, the study found that more than 64,600 children below five years of age, were […]

  • Thursday, 29 April 2021
Adding vanilla makes milkshake seem sweeter

New York: If you want to cut down on added sugar, add vanilla to milk beverages as researchers have found that this flavour in sweetened milk tricks the brain into thinking that the beverage is sweeter. With the addition of vanilla, the added sugar content in flavoured milk could potentially be reduced by 20 to […]

  • Thursday, 29 April 2021
1 in 4 women go on date for a free meal: Study

Washington: Call it new-age dating but nearly one in four women now go on a date not for the sake of romance or building a long-term relationship but grabbing a free meal, an interesting study has revealed. The new phenomenon is a “foodie call” where a person sets up a date with someone they are […]

  • Thursday, 29 April 2021
This wrist band can help you monitor emotions

London: You may have used a wrist band that tracks your steps, but a new generation of smart wearables might help you monitor emotions which can be very useful for those who diagnosed with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorders. Researchers have found that smart wearable technology that changes colour, heats up, squeezes or vibrates have […]

  • Thursday, 29 April 2021
This BP drug may up risk of bowel condition

London: Researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, have identified a blood pressure-lowering drug — non-dihydropyridine, a calcium channel blocker — that may increase the risk of a bowel condition called diverticulosis. This condition causes small bulges or pouches to appear in the lining of the intestine. Particularly affecting the elderly (as many as 65 per […]

  • Wednesday, 28 April 2021
Whole body vibration reduces diabetic inflammation: Study

New York: Whole body vibration (WBV) can significantly improve how well our body uses glucose as an energy source and adjust our microbiome and immune cells to reduce diabetic inflammation, says a new study. The study’s findings, published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, showed how regular use of whole body vibration can create […]

  • Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Drug users regret posting on social media while high

New York: Posting on social media, texting or calling while high on drugs is prevalent among young people, and many say that they regret this behaviour later, researchers said. “Risky social media posts, including those showing people high on drugs, have the potential to cause embarrassment, stress and conflict for users and those in their […]

  • Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Over 3 cups of coffee per day may trigger migraine

New York: Coffee lovers, please take note. Drinking three or more servings of caffeinated beverages a day increases the risk of migraine. In a study published in the American Journal of Medicine, researchers evaluated the role of caffeinated beverages as a potential trigger of migraine. They found that, among patients who experience episodic migraine, one […]

  • Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Social support helps students to exercise more

New York: Making exercise a stress outlet may help students attain recommended amounts of physical activity and to maintain that routine, students need social support from family and friends, said researchers including one of an Indian origin. “Accessing internal and external sources of inspiration and resilience is an effective and sustainable model for positive change,” said […]

  • Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Heavy stress may shorten our life expectancy
Heavy stress may shorten our life expectancy

London: If you are taking too much stress, read this carefully. Researchers have found that life expectancy is influenced not only by the traditional lifestyle-related risk factors, but also by factors related to a person’s quality of life, such as heavy stress. The study, published in the journal BMJ Open, was based on data collected […]

  • Sunday, 18 April 2021