Non-invasive face-lift technique launched in India

 Ultherapy -- a non-invasive procedure for lifting the skin -- was launched in India on Sunday after its success in the West.

What not to eat for gorgeous skin?

Don't want pigmentation or rashes? Stop indulging in dairy products or sugar, says an expert.

How sun gives you wrinkles, skin cancer

 Scientists have documented for the first time the DNA damage which can occur to the skin from the full range of ultraviolet radiation from the sun, leading to skin cancer.

Too much vitamin B12 may cause acne

Too much vitamin B12 may promote acne, according to a study.

Five ways to reverse sun-damaged skin
Five ways to reverse sun-damaged skin

 Indulge in health diet, don't forget to apply sunscreen and try face repair masks to keep skin in the pink of health.

How wearing skin-tight jeans can harm your legs

 You may want to get rid of your "skinny" jeans, as a new study has shown that squatting in the tight pants for long could damage muscle and nerve fibres in the legs, making it hard to walk.

Researchers discover novel mechanism to fight against Melanoma

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how to combat with the melanoma skin cancer.

New method to rejuvenate skin without side effect

 A new non-invasive method for skin rejuvenation may have less unintended side effects such as scarring and altered pigmentation than conventional methods.

Food sins that wreck your skin

 The saying "you are what you eat" also holds true for the skin.

Starfish squeezes foreign bodies out through the skin

Giving fresh insights into how certain animals can quickly heal themselves, a study reveals that starfish are able to squeeze foreign bodies along the length of their body cavities and out through their arm tips.

Wearing contact lenses may change eye bacteria

Wearing contact lenses daily may alter the eye microbiome, according to a new study which may explain why contact lens wearers are at increased risk of certain eye infections.

How to get summer glow for skin
How to get summer glow for skin

 Want to avoid looking dry and dull in summer? Consume eight glasses of water everyday and avoid eating junk food, suggests an expert.

This summer protect yourself from 'six skin sins'
This summer protect yourself from 'six skin sins'

A lot has been said and written on what is to be done to have glorious looking skin and to look your best. However, it is equally important to know factors which destroy your skin and cause it to look dull, lead to an uneven skin tone and make one look tired and older than the actual age.

New device to ease spinal surgery designed at Delhi hospital

A new technique aimed at smoothening the spinal surgery procedure has been designed at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, authorities there said on Monday.

Toxic Botox escapes into our nervous system: Scientists

Botox users please take note! Researchers from the University of Queensland have found that the potent toxin used for revamping our look and personality is transported via our nerves back to the central nervous system.

Google Glass can help diagnose skin conditions

Physicians at a US hospital have used smart eyewear Google Glass to help off-site dermatologists diagnose skin conditions through videos.

How skin does not tear off at a wound

Ever wondered why our skin does not tear under stress? There are four specific mechanisms in collagen -- the main structural protein in skin tissue -- that act synergistically to diminish the effects of stress, a research reveals.

Five lesser known health benefits of turnip

Turnips are root vegetables. They belong to the family of  Brassicaceae which is basically the family of green vegetables like cabbage, kale, brussel-sprouts, etc.

Top 6 homemade face packs for glowing skin

Top 6 homemade face packs for glowing skin

High cholesterol stops vitamin E from reaching tissues

 High cholesterol and triglycerides levels in the body can prevent the essential vitamin E from reaching the tissues that need it, new research has found.