31-year-old nurse succumbs to Nipah Virus, her touching farewell note will bring tears

  • 12 hours ago

Yet another nurse lost her life to Nipah Virus while doing her duty in trying to save the patients infected from this deadly virus. Her last not to her husband is going viral and will bring tears in eyes

Nipah Virus: Symptoms, Reasons and Precaution from this deadly disease

  • 12 hours ago

Here's all you wanted to know about this deadly Nipah Virus. What are its symptoms and treatment and what are the precautions

It's time to update fashion statement for summer

  • 12 hours ago

White is right for summer. Explore different silhouettes and fabric types teamed with denims and you have a great business casual look. A cotton slub white shirt and an easy bi-stretch denim or a pique knit shirt with clean raw denim with hybrid leather brogues keeps it work friendly.

Restaurant meals behind food-borne illnesses in kids: Survey

  • 13 hours ago

Don’t wait. Start early. Make these healthy restaurant eating behaviors simply how your family enjoys these meals, from picking up breakfast or lunch on the go, to ordering take-out pizza to ethnic meals and even upscale dining.

Intermittent fasting may up diabetes risk: Study

  • 13 hours ago

Blood sugar is partially regulated by the hormone insulin, which is produced by the pancreas if insulin levels are too low, or the body becomes resistant to its effects

Good heart health may prevent frailty in old age

  • 13 hours ago

Though heart disease risks increase with age, it doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of getting older. The right lifestyle habits and a heart-healthy diet can help protect you.

Exercise 4-5 times daily to delay ageing

  • 13 hours ago

While exercising for about two to three days a week for about 30 minutes may be sufficient to minimise stiffening of middle-sized arteries, exercising for about four to five days a week is required to keep the larger central arteries youthful.

Nipah Virus scares India..What is Nipah virus

  • Yesterday

Nipah virus (NiV), that has claimed six lives in Kerala's Kozhikode district, poses no threat in other parts of the country and there is no need to panic as it is just another viral infection, said a senior doctor here on Monday. "Nipah virus is just another viral infection which affects the respiratory and central nervous systems with symptoms like drowsiness. Like most other viral infections, Nipah, too, has no treatment and can only be managed through intensive supportive care," said Atul Gogia, Senior Consultant, Department of Medicine, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

5 Facts: Nipah Virus outbreak in Kerala: All you want to know about it

  • Yesterday

Virus with no vaccine kills 3 in Kerala, Centre rushes help. Here's all you wanted to now about this killervirus

Face Care Tips for Men for summers!

  • Yesterday

Proper and regular skin care not only improves and preserves your appearance, but it can also delay a plethora of skin-related conditions that happen due to aging, pollution, stress and prolonged exposure to the sun.