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Does your smartwatch have your pulse?

At the recent Hong Kong Clock and Watch fair organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the smartwatches and wearables zone attracted the most footfalls. But, even though the array of fitness trackers and smartwatches lining the ... Hindu Business Line, 5 days ago

Rubaroo concert evokes nostalgia at LU mini fest

Lucknow: The 152-year-old historical Malviya hall at Lucknow University (LU) witnessed a change of times with the debut of the first rock band of the campus Rubaroo...Unsorted Symphonies on Wednesday. Heavy rains failed to dampen the spirit of ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Indians at bigger risk of diabetes, heart disease

Public health experts in India said that the presence of body fat, abdominal fat, pancreatic fat and a lower lean mass than white people are contributing to more metabolic and cardiovascular disease in Indians. According to the article “Obesity, Diabetes ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago

LU 'rubaroo' with Old City culture

Lucknow: Crashing cymbals blend with soft notes of the guitar, drum sticks ready to rock the campus-here is a band with a difference on the Lucknow University campus 'Rubarooo....Unsorted Symphonies' launched on Monday after auditioning by the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Change your unhealthy habits before it's too late

Did you know that India has about 63 million people suffering from diabetes and this figure is likely to go up to 80 million by 2025? According to an Indo-US collaborative study, Delhi alone has more than 30 lakh people suffering from diabetes.
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Exergame could combat obesity & diabetes epidemics

MUMBAI: While augmented reality game, Pokemon Go, has been in the news for causing accidents (and the death of at least one teenager, in Guatemala, who broke into a house to capture a Pokemon), doctors have begun talking about the positive health ...
 Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

An insulin pill that could make you drop the needle

A Haryana-based bio-tech firm is part of a trans-national partnership of organisations that could be be close to ending the 90-year quest of finding a way to administer insulin orally In Manesar, Haryana, better known as an automobile hub, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Viral fever on rise; elderly, kids worst affected

New Delhi: It is not just dengue. Other viruses causing influenza, fever and cough are also wreaking havoc in the city. Doctors say the viral illnesses, which are generally short-lived, are taking longer to subside. In many cases, they don't go away ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Ayurveda to undergo clinical trials before hitting market

"Though Traditional Systems of medicine are known for their long history of safe and effective use, validation of safety and efficacy using scientific and evidence-based methodologies is needed for the purpose of universal acceptability," said Dr ...
 India Today1 month ago

Indian State Imposes Fat Tax on Fast Food

Copyright: Voice of America‎ Officials in India's southern state of Kerala have placed a tax on hamburgers, pizza and other fast food.The 14.5 percent tax will be added to foods at restaurants such as McDonald's, Pizza Hut and Burger King.The ...
 Foodservice.com2 months ago India's Southern Kerala State Imposes 'Fat Tax' on Fast Food  New Delhi News.Net2 months ago
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