Although a person might be in a relationship for a long time, yet when the time to pop the question for marriage arrives, it’s not an easy decision to make. Especially, a lot of men have a hard time deciding if the girl they are in love with
With summer comes the requirement of taking extra care of your skin. From using the right facial oil to staying away from products rich in natural butter, one can make their skin look radiant by following some simple steps. Mohit Narang, a skincare
The practice of ignoring someone you’re within a social setting to concentrate on your mobile phone — called “phubbing” — can have a negative effect on relationships by threatening our basic human needs —
A study has suggested that rubber ducks harbour potentially disease-carrying bacteria which could make children, and adults, ill. But what other unexpected dangers lurk in your bathroom? Prof John Oxford, emeritus professor of virology at Queen
With summer comes the season to be extra careful about your skin. Make sure you are following the basic regime like cleaning and exfoliation apart from applying aloe vera gel in the night and giving your body the right vitamins and minerals.
1. Drink water before meals It is often claimed that drinking water can help with weight loss, and this is true. Drinking water can boost metabolism by 24-30% over a period of 1-1.5 hours, helping you burn off a few more calories. One study
Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan who is as charming as her father already has an ocean of fan following. The pretty girl has a number of fan clubs on social media and has garnered much love and admiration from them at such a young age.
Contouring with makeup can transform your cheekbones - and now the same concept has been applied to denim. Focusing on your bum rather than your face, the idea behind Lee Jeans new denim line is an enhanced backside that relies on optical illusions
A British woman is living the American dream after packing up her life with her family to travel around the country in a converted school bus. Debbie Mayes, 33, from Wigan, UK, has four children with her husband Gabriel, 45, from Angleton, Texas,
Even when cutting calories helps people lose weight, they may have a harder time getting rid of excess body fat if they don’t get enough sleep, a small experiment suggests. Over eight weeks, researchers asked 15 overweight and obese adults to
Knee pain in the elderly, which can damage the quality of life, can make them prone to depression, researchers say. Osteoarthritis occurs when a joint becomes inflamed, usually because the protective cartilage and other tissues that cushion joints
Six cities in the UK will take part in the first-ever ‘National Samosa Week’ next month where participants will make, sell and consume the Popular Indian snack to raise money for charity. The event, to be organised from April 9 to 13, is
Bloated tummy, aching joints and weird cravings? Women everywhere know what that means. Along with circling it in red on the calender, the advent of a menstrual cycle can feel like one's life is coming to a halt for a week, just because of how
Some nutrients found in food may help reduce the symptoms of psychotic illness such as schizophrenia, when used in the early stages of treatment, a study claims. Researchers, including those from the University of Manchester in the UK, examined if
How many times have you spent most of your weekend doing absolutely nothing and then woken up filled with regret on Monday? Too many to count, we're sure. Weekends are meant to wind down but vegging on the couch with Netflix and junk food for
When Oprah Winfrey speaks, the world listens. And with health and wellness top of mind, who better than the woman who has always been transparent about her journey to a healthier lifestyle—struggles, triumphs, et al.—to inspire change.
You may be at an increased risk of diabetes if you are not taking care of your dental health, warns a new study which suggests that dental examination may provide a way to identify the risk for developing the disease. “We found a progressive
Many people spend their 20s getting some unhealthy behaviours out of their system -- like sleeping until 2pm and spending all their disposable cash on new kicks. But your 30s are an ideal time to cement the habits that will help you achieve