The youth today are increasingly getting affected by Night Eating Disorder, what exactly is it?
Those who are ambitious or foolish enough to take medicines or treatments they got off the net, without consulting a doctor, can get into a serious problem.
Public health is one of the major issue we need to concentrate on, here's what we can learn from the 3 healthiest countries in the world.
A latest advertisement shows that neither Einstein nor Jhansi Ki Rani could drink milk without Horlicks. How ridiculous is that?
When was the last time you concentrated on your breathing? With this infographic, find out some simple ways to improve your health by improving your breathing.
With the change in weather, many of us suffer from common cold, throat infection, headache, nose blockage etc. Here's some helpful tip.
Angelina Jolie's brave decision to go for preventive mastectomy has inspired many women all over the world.
There are plenty of recipes available to make our food more delicious but picking out the healthy items is often a tricky task to do.
We generally consider talking on this particular topic a taboo but menstrual health is something that is crucial for general hygiene.
Cervical cancer kills an estimated 275,000 women every year and 500,000 new cases are reported worldwide. This entirely preventable disease is the second largest cancer killer of women
The IT industry looks very attractive and working in reputed IT firms is a dream for many, but is it as good as it looks?
Pneumonia is the single most important cause of under five child mortality in India. Every year around four lakh children die due to this disease.
Anger has been demonized the most of all human emotions, here's why we need to redefine this pure emotion.
Once the unhygienically prepared thing goes down our throats, it wrecks havoc in our body, adversely affecting every part.
Rajasthan is emerging as a pioneer state in the country with so many steps and programmes for social security and other sectors.
The disease is the second most deadly killer of women worldwide with 500,000 new cases, and 275,000 deaths annually.