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Selena Gomez shares medical complications due to lupus and how weight gain affected her

She shared how people commented on social media on her fluctuating body weight, which was caused by lupus.

World Diabetes Day 2019: Focus on lifestyle changes for prevention, say experts

World Diabetes Day 2019: Taking stock of the need for awareness and stressing on prevention, International Diabetes Federation's theme for the World Diabetes Day 2019 is 'Family and Diabetes'.

Air pollution is hazardous for animals too: Here’s how to save them from toxic air

Air pollution also increases risk of acute cardiovascular events and development of coronary artery disease.

Virat Kohli opens up about depression: Here are others who have spoken about mental health

Several celebrities have opened up about battling mental health issues in the recent past.

Curious about Stockholm Syndrome? Here’s everything you need to know

Here are some films if you are looking to understand Stockholm syndrome better: Three Days Of The Condor (1975), Buffalo ‘66 (1998), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Highway (2014), and even (an unpopular opinion) Disney classic Beauty and the Beast.

From improving heart health to skin: Know the various benefits of cranberry

Used in a variety of dishes to up the flavour game, cranberry is mostly consumed in the form of juices, jams and sauces.

Give your day a healthy start with ginger

Kick-start your morning with some healthy food items comprising super spice ginger.

World Diabetes Day 2019: All you need to know about heart failure and Diabetic Macular Edema

Every year, World Diabetes Day is observed on November 14 to raise awareness about the condition and ways to manage the same. The theme for this year is 'The Family and Diabetes'.

Climate change set to undo health gains, to affect kids most: Lancet study

Children will be among the worst sufferers from a he rise in infectious diseases, the study said, pointing out that cholera is rising 3 per cent a year in India since the early 1980s with climatic suitability for Vibrio bacteria, which cause the disease.

Not able to quit smoking? Blame your brain

Some smokers who are able to quit might actually be hard-wired for success, says a study.

Maharashtra replaces Goa in lowest tobacco smoking prevalence: Global Adult Tobacco Survey

The latest GATS study found that during the period of 2010 to 2017, tobacco consumption has risen from 2.9 per cent to 5.5 per cent among youngsters aged between 15-17, in Maharashtra.

Can you handle rejection?

If rejection overwhelms you, you could be suffering from 'rejection sensitive dysphoria'; find out what it is.