If you think your hubby pretends to be asleep when your baby cries in the middle of the night,think again.
More than 1,000 deaths from the H1N1 swine flu virus were officially reported in the past week,the World Health Organization said.
A new UK study has found that almost 9 out of 10 sick patients calling up the swine flu hotline have been diagnosed wrongly.
Three more persons succumbed to swine flu today even as 139 fresh cases of the disease were reported across the country.
In an evening which was set to make a riot of silhouettes,innovative creations by Payal Jain mesmerized the crowd present at the show.
Forget gym. Walking the dog is the best way to stay fit,says a new study.
People in China living with HIV and AIDS face widespread discrimination and stigma.
Scientists have developed an implant that inserts a cancer vaccine into the skin to destroy tumours.
A new research found that exercising may cure a hangover,but cannot undo the damage done by heavy drinking.
By 2034,nearly twice as many Americans will have diabetes and spending on the disease will triple.
An annual Asian business travel survey revealed people had become more resigned to no-frills flights.
Exercise seems to simultaneously make people hungrier,yet more readily satisfied by a meal.
The 'Ceres' collection personifies the richness of royal elegance and is a perfect heirloom that can be handed from generation to generation.
There's no evidence that the swine flu vaccine is causing any serious side effects,US health officials said.
British experts have warned these stylish footwears could cause severe body pain in the future.
Two persons died due to swine flu at the PGIMER hospital,taking the death toll to six.
Women who store fat on their waist in middle age are more than twice as likely to develop dementia as they get older.
Girls as young as three worry about their body image,according to a new study.
The World Health Organization is looking into reports that the H1N1 flu may have developed resistance to Tamiflu.
Men who do not openly express their anger at being treated unfairly at workplace are up to five times more likely to suffer a heart attack,a Swedish research has claimed.
The Centre would set up an AIIMS-like institution in West Bengal as part of the second phase of the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana.
Men who follow a moderate-to-heavy exercise regime may be less likely to have a stroke than those with no physical activity,says a new study.
Men who bottle up their anger at being unfairly treated at work are up to five times more likely to suffer a heart attack.
A new book,entitled 150 Things Every Man Should Know,offers to help men through the minefield of being a male.
Women nag about their husbands uselessness because it makes them feel more feminine,a new study has revealed.