Caffeine May Improve Breathing Ability and Lung Function in Premature Babies: Study

In the time when nutritionists and experts are debating how much of coffee in a day is good or bad, a recent Australian based study has demonstrated that a limited caffeine intake by premature babies may improve their lung function in later life. The study shows that caffeine acts as respiratory stimulant that may improve...

Lack of Sleep May Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

Given our busy and chaotic lives, as many as one in three people have trouble sleeping - either they are not getting enough sleep, or suffer disturbed sleep or in some cases, it's a combination of both. Whatever be the situation or the reason, lack of sleep can play havoc with your physical as...

Harmful Chemicals and Plastic Matter in Food Linked to Risk of Chronic Diseases in Men

Do you usually consume foods packed in plastic? Experts now suggest that potentially harmful chemicals found in plastic products, such as phthalates, may pose severe threat to human health. Researchers at the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute joined hands to investigate the presence of harmful chemicals in around 1500...

Best Ways to Lose Weight Quickly

Make Water Your Primary Drink: To get thinner, water can be a sheltered and effective way. The truth of the matter is that water gives a feeling of completion that naturally lessens the sentiment hunger, along these lines decreasing your sustenance consumption. As water doesn’t have any measure of calories, it superior to the...

Sev: The Crunchy Besan Snack That We Can’t Do Without

The melting point of culture, heritage and history, Gujarat, impressed me the most with its lavish vegetarian spread. If India has earned global recognition for its rich range of vegetarian delicacies, Gujarat with its extravagant vegetarian fare has a lot to contribute to the fame. And one particular Gujarati dish has become my favourite. It is none other...