Taking a 2-week break from dieting could be key to weight loss

Avoid continuous dieting and take a two-week break as this may help keep the kilos off, suggests a new study.

Write about your feelings to cool brain on stressful tasks

'Expressive writing makes the mind work less hard on upcoming stressful tasks'
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DonateLife Week: Giving the gift of life

Did you know that one organ donor has the ability to save the lives of up to 10 people and improve the lives of many others? A few of those who made the extraordinary decision...

Revealed: Here’s why you tend to be less alert during afternoon

The findings showed that activation of a reward-processing brain region peaks in the morning and evening and dips at 2 p.m. Do you find yourself grumpy and less alert in the afternoon hours as opposed...

Breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women a year by 2020

It also revealed that the average age of death from the disease has shifted from 50 years to 30 years. Lack of early diagnosis of breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women in a year...
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How to tell your story powerfully

Dressed in jeans, a casual top and light sweater, speaker Benaifer Bhadha has an engaging smile and an attractive personality that immediately captures the audience’s attention. She is on the last leg of her...

Spectacularly spiritual

Adelaide gets yogafied on the International Day of Yoga Day Adelaide City Council It was winter solstice on 21 June, the shortest day of the month. But there was no shortage of interest among some fifty...

Over 16 mn fatal lung infections in 2015, India major contributor

The study, reported in the journal Lancet, noted that there are more than 33 million cases of RSV infection in children under five each year worldwide. India, along with China, Nigeria, Pakistan and Indonesia, accounted...

Australia’s health care system is fine…

… until you get sick. The public health system will do just enough to keep you alive; it won’t improve your quality of life, writes SUKRIT SABHLOK

Exploring the history of yoga

Experts and academics discuss the effects of yoga on the body, soul and even culture