|March 31, 2005|
Red grapes, the new cancer cure!
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers have claimed that eating flavanoid-rich red grapes can reduce the growth of an enzyme that triggers growth of cancer cells in the human body.
Why schedule cricket matches during exams?
The new fighting spirit towards the game apart, why run a major cricket series during the examination season?
|March 30, 2005|
The secrets of live-in relationships!
New research suggests men and women derive satisfaction from their spouse's happiness unlike those people who live together without getting married.
|March 28, 2005|
How safe are mobile phones?
When you make and receive calls on your cell phone, you are being exposed to radiation. Implement these simple safety measures.
Important truths about vegetables!
It is just as important to choose and handle your vegetables carefully as it is to store and cook them.
|March 23, 2005|
Children must compete!
President A P J Abdul Kalam believes children should be encouraged to compete as it allows the blossoming of their creative genius.
Premarital sex high among youth today!
Young adults who take a vow of virginity as adolescents are as likely to be infected with sexually transmitted diseases as those who don't, says a new research.
|March 22, 2005|
Now, go on electric dates!
Know what your date is feeling, with a new device that wires up cutlery with electrodes, which can pick up emotions.
A good heart = 15 mins of laughter!
New research says 30 minutes of exercise three times a week and 15 minutes of laughter on a daily basis is good for the vascular system.
|March 14, 2005|
Diabetics: Heed these diet tips!
Diabetitians Priya Khanna and Seema Tarneja say you need a good diabetic meal plan and exercise to control your blood-glucose levels and general well-being.
|March 08, 2005|
GA Fitness: Abs
Get that perfectly shaped stomach. Fitness trainer Samreedhi Sharma tells you how.
|March 03, 2005|
Drink coffee. Stop liver cancer?
Studies indicate that those who drank one to two cups of coffee a day were likely to be protected against liver cancer. This increased when coffee consumption increased to, say, three to four cups a day.