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Make breakfast your biggest meal, if you want to stay slim

New Delhi: A new study has found that eating a big breakfast, medium lunch and small dinner is the key to lowering your BMI. ...

Vijay Goel, Nitin Gadkari flag off 10th ‘Slum Yuva Daud’

New Delhi: Sports Minister Vijay Goel and Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari today flagged off the 10th Slum Yuva Daud at Khichripur...

Moderate exercise during pregnancy may reduce C-section risk

New Delhi: Doing moderate intensity aerobics exercises during pregnancy may decrease the risk of having a caesarean section (C-sec) or developing diabetes, a study...

World’s 1st child to have double hand transplant plays baseball

New York: A US boy who made history as the world's first child to have a double hand transplant is now swinging a baseball...

Just a minute’s running daily may boost bone health: Research

New Delhi: Ladies, take note! As little as one minute of daily high-intensity, weight-bearing exercise, such a run or a jog, can boost your...

Bonding among female co-workers reduces conflict

New Delhi: A recent study has found that strong bonding between female co-workers can increase company’s productivity as it helps reduce chances of conflicts...

Long working hours can lead to heart problems: Study

New Delhi: Working more than 55 hours a week puts you at increased risk of developing serious heart problems, researchers have found.   The findings showed...

Slum Yuva Daud flagged off in Delhi, thousands take part (PICS)

New Delhi: Sports Minister Vijay Goel and Minister of State for Heavy Industries Babul Supriyo today flagged off the 8th Slum Yuva Daud at...

US: FDA panel approves gene therapy treatment for Leukemia

New York: A US Food and Drug Administration panel opened a new era in medicine, unanimously recommending that the agency approve the first-ever treatment...

Playing football boosts bone development in boys: Study

New Delhi: Playing football can improve bone development in adolescent boys, new research shows. In a study comparing adolescent footballers to swimmers, cyclists and a...

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