Health & Fitness

Jailed Maharashtra Minister Seeks 1-Day Bail To Cast Vote In Rajya Sabha Polls

Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, currently in jail following arrest in a money laundering case, on Monday approached a special court here seeking bail for one day to cast vote in the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections to six seats from the state. Last week, Maharashtra’s former home minister Anil Deshmukh, who is also in jail on money laundering charges, had filed ... Read More »

Got FOMO? Tips for Overcoming Your Anxiety Post-Pandemic

Is your social media feed more packed these days with photos of dinner dates, get-togethers and trips to the beach? It seems like everyone is out from isolation living their best lives again, yet here you are on your couch in your home not quite ready for it all. These days, we’re still navigating COVID-19, variants, vaccinations and minimizing the spread, but many ... Read More »

How Should You Choose A Yoga Mat?

If you are just starting with Yoga, meditation, or aerobics, chances are you would need a good quality yoga mat. These are specially fabricated mats that offer a firm and sticky base to the user so his hands and knees do not get hurt. They are available only in a rectangular shape and can be neatly rolled over the ground. ... Read More »

5 tips to get more active – and stick to the habit

According to our Healthier Nation Index – a survey of more than 8,000 Britons about their health since the start of the pandemic – 73% of people aren’t exercising enough. That’s around 48.7 million people in the UK who aren’t getting the NHS-recommended 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity a week (such as brisk walking), or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity ... Read More »

How To Use A Foam Roller

Foam rollers are great tools for improving range of motion before a workout and easing soreness as part of the cooldown after exercise. Foam rolling is sometimes known for “hurting so good.” What Is A Foam Roller Used For? Using a foam roller before or after exercise can help your body to achieve myofascial release, the process of separating muscular ... Read More »

The best Fitbit 2021: Which Fitbit is right for you?

The Fitbit Versa 3 covers all the aspects of a fitness watch, measuring steps, heart rate, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes, hourly activity, and sleep, with plenty of extra health features (such as SpO2 blood-oxygen readings), plus a built-in GPS for those who outdoor exercise without their phone. It offers on-screen notifications from your phone, silent alarms, cardio fitness ... Read More »

All the new health & fitness features coming to iOS 13 & watchOS 6

The Health app Launching the Health app, it looks immediately different from that seen in iOS 12. No longer do four tabs span the bottom —they have been replaced with only two for Summary and Browse. Summary View The Summary view brings all relevant information to the front, populated by the health metrics you track. This can be dependant on what ... Read More »

Moving away from pain

No doubt medication can be a lifeline when it comes to dealing with pain. And moving about might be the last thing on your mind when you’re in pain. But did you know that light exercise and movement can help reduce aches and pains? In this article, we will show you have to move your way to effective pain relief. ... Read More »

The Physician/Patient Relationship Is Critical To Exceptional Healthcare

A lot of attention is being paid lately to the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. There is not question that artificial intelligence and related technologies will significantly benefit patients in many ways and transform aspects of medicine. That said, it is a serious mistake – in any way – to discount the extreme importance and value of the physician/patient ... Read More »

Eat all your meals within 10 hours for weight loss and good health

Following a simple lifestyle, such as eating all food within 10 hours, can restore balance, help to lose weight, stave off metabolic disease and maintain health, suggests a study led by one of an Indian-origin. The study, conducted over mice, suggests that the health problems associated with disruptions to animals’ 24-hour rhythms of activity and rest — which in humans ... Read More »