Intermittent fasting is cutting yourself off from any food, other than water, for a certain amount of time. Some fasting is for religious reasons, while others fast for weight loss. But is it a healthy way to lose weight?
A study published Monday links exposure to fluoridated tap water during pregnancy to lower IQ scores in infants, but several outside experts expressed concern over its methodology and questioned its findings.
When it comes to quality sleep, India has astonishingly come on top − followed by Saudi Arabia and China − among the most restful populations where people get the best good night's sleep.
An occasional stop for fast food can fit into a healthy diet — if you’re careful about what you order. Consider the following tips.
Young generation in Afghanistan, has never known peace and experts warn the psychological impact of living in a country where schools are often on the front line.
Compared to many other countries like the UK, the UAE has much lower rates of skin cancer. But living in a sun-baked region means it’s still advisable to take the necessary precautions.
Using a custom-built testing device, the researchers analysed emissions during a typical hookah session and found that one draw from a pipe contained as many noxious substances as a cigarette.
A study showed that mindless switching between digital devices could be associated with increased susceptibility to food temptations and lack of self-control, which may cause weight gain.
One of the side-effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients is dysgeusia, an impaired sense of taste that can leave a patient's favourite foods, such as chocolate, with no flavour at all.