Ayurvedic living: Modern diseases, ancient cures

Experts at Ayurveda workshop give tips to keep lifestyle ailments away. TARINI PURI reports.

Why Indians are more likely to develop diabetes

Sydney-based researcher Anandwardhan Hardikar on why Indians are at higher risk of diabetes and other chronic diseases

Why Gandhi is still relevant today

The Mahatma’s message can guide everyday life as well as global affairs, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Healthy, happy hair

A diet rich in protein, good fats and minerals aid hair growth and upkeep. By GEETA KHURANA

Bodybuilding champ

After winning the Mr Australia title, Amandeep Singh is aspiring to become Mr World. By DEEKSHA CHOPRA

Science or Snake Oil: can turmeric really shrink tumours, reduce pain and kill bacteria?

Turmeric is touted to have many benefits, such as reducing inflammation and preventing cancer writes GUNVEEN KAUR, Deakin University

Light it up for autism

Despite still being shrouded in mystery, this condition can be treated with early diagnosis, understanding, information, support and bucket loads of love, writes USHA RAMANUJAM ARVIND

Painting the town pink

A recent Pink Sari exhibition turns the spotlight on cancer survivors and encourages other subcontinental women to get regular mammograms. RAKA MITRA reports

Exploring the history of yoga

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

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...