Indian cricket team inspiring others to stay fit: Fitness trainer
SC issues notice to Centre, Bihar government on encephalitis outbreak
  • IIL to set up new facility at Telangana plant(16:34)
    Hyderabad, June 24 (IANS) Indian Immunologicals Limited (IIL), a leading biologicals company, on Monday announced the ground-breaking of a new Sterile Filling Facility (SFF) in Genome Valley on the outskirts of Hyderabad.
AES deaths: Bihar court orders probe into Ministers' negligence (Lead)
  • AES deaths: Bihar court orders probe into Ministers' negligence (Lead)(16:34)
    Patna, June 24 (IANS) A Bihar court on Monday ordered an investigation into charges of negligence against Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey that left nearly 150 children dead due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) in Muzaffarpur district over the past fortnight.
Here's everything you need to know about babies and skin rashes (Health Notes)
  • Here's everything you need to know about babies and skin rashes (Health Notes)(16:33)
    Skin care for babies is an essential step in their overall health routine. Babies have delicate skin which is more prone to skin concerns than adults. A change in the weather also impacts their sensitive skin. Be it heat, cold, or the rain, each one impacts your baby in different ways. Heat rashes and diaper rashes are very common among babies, and the right care is required to manage these rashes.
  • Home nutrition care keeps patient out of hospital(16:08)
    New York, June 24 (IANS) Researchers have found that implementing a nutrition care plan at home for patients at risk for malnutrition had a dramatic impact on helping keep them out of the hospital.
  • US shops often sell tobacco without checking age(14:28)
    New York, June 24 (IANS) Those buying tobacco from shops in the US, especially small stores, are usually not asked for identification hence it is easy for underage users to buy cigarettes there, says a study.
Human sperm retains viability in outer space conditions
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study
Over 3,000 take part in yoga event in Nairobi
Swimming in ocean increases infection risk: Study
Veggies also transmit superbugs to human gut: Study
  • Veggies also transmit superbugs to human gut: Study(14:20)
    San Francisco, June 23 (IANS) Not just animal meat but plant-based foods are also serving as vehicles for transmitting antibiotic-resistant bacteria to the gut microbiome of humans, warn researchers.
  • Motherhood reduces breast size dissatisfaction(11:40)
    London, June 23 (IANS) Motherhood teaches women to become comfortable with their bodies as they learn to focus on breast functionality as opposed to the aesthetics of breasts and the body, says a new study.
US doctor detects deadly heart condition with Apple Watch
Rape victims shouldn't be forced to move court for abortion: Madras HC (Lead)
  • Rape victims shouldn't be forced to move court for abortion: Madras HC (Lead)(20:52)
    Chennai, June 22 (IANS) In a judgement which can have far-reaching consequences, the Madras High Court has ruled that a rape victim should not be compelled to "knock doors of the court" for termination of her unwanted pregnancy and that the doctors should just follow the guidelines prescribed in the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) Act.
Rape victims shouldn't be forced to move court for abortion: Madras HC
Remains of human skeleton found behind Muzaffarpur hospital, probe ordered
  • Remains of human skeleton found behind Muzaffarpur hospital, probe ordered(16:54)
    Patna, June 22 (IANS) An investigation was ordered on Saturday after remains of human skeletons were recovered from the government-run Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) in Bihar's Muzaffarpur, where 108 children have died due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome and over 100 children are still being treated, officials said.
  • Working out at home as effective as gyming(13:12)
    London, June 22 (IANS) If you are not finding time to hit the gym, do not worry. Researchers have found that working out at home not only saves your time, cost and access but also increases adherence.
Frequent vacations good for your heart
  • Frequent vacations good for your heart(04:10)
    New York, June 22 (IANS) Take out time for travelling amid your busy schedule as frequent vacations not only help de-stress but also reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, reveals a new study.
Amit Shah credits PM Modi for yoga's popularity
  • Amit Shah credits PM Modi for yoga's popularity(23:28)
    New Delhi, June 21 (IANS) Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to provide yoga global recognition. He said yogas ambassadorial role and its contribution has enhanced India's stature on the world stage.
World says yes to yoga
  • World says yes to yoga(21:48)
    New Delhi, June 21 (IANS) From Colombo to Kabul and Nairobi to New York, high-profile politicians and the hoi polloi came out in large numbers to showcase their yoga postures and send a message of unity on the occasion of the fifth International Yoga Day on Friday.
India performs yoga with Modi on International Yoga Day (Roundup)
China celebrates International Yoga Day
  • China celebrates International Yoga Day(20:06)
    By Gaurav Sharma
    Beijing, June 21 (IANS) China celebrated the 5th International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm on Friday as thousands of people performed postures of the ancient physical routine.