Hair care: How to fix split ends

Averil Nunes

Why do split ends occur?

Split ends occur because the hair has not had enough care and nourishment; this implies poor nourishment of yourself too. Then there is sun and chemical damage, not to mention pollution.

Exercise good for kids with attention disorder

For kids suffering from attention deficit hyper-activity disorder (ADHD), daily aerobic exercises before school can help reduce symptoms of inattentiveness, moodiness and difficulty in getting along with others in the classroom as well as at home.

Polyester clothes 'stink' more than cotton post workout

A new study has found that polyester clothes reek badly than cotton ones after people do rigorous exercise, since they contain bacteria that causes the stench to grow more.

Physically active men less likely to wake up nights to urinate

A new study has suggested that men who exercise on a regular basis are at lower risk of nocturia i.e. waking up at night to urinate.

Extreme exercise 'not best way to lose weight'

A new study has found that extreme exercise may not help in reducing weight, in fact, it may do the opposite.

Yoga can fight off obesity!

Most of us are suffering from health risks due to the sedentary life style and the busy daily routine that allows us to dedicate very less or no time for physical activity. The most common problem that we see today is obesity.

Heart exercises protect your brain too

Daily exercises to maintain good cardiovascular health also benefits brain, protecting us from cognitive impairment as we age, according to a promising study.

Fitness game apps rarely motivate people to exercise

A new study has revealed about the popular trend of using fitness game apps to motivate people to exercise.

High-intensity exercise `safe` in heart transplant patients

High-intensity exercise can help stable heart transplant patients reach higher levels of exercise capacity and gain better control of their blood pressure than moderate intensity exercise, a study indicates.

Too much exercise may be bad for health

Contrary to the popular belief, more exercise is not always better as too much running could lead to an increase in cardiovascular deaths in heart attack survivors, a new study has claimed.

Ellie Goulding doesn`t exercise to keep thin

Singer Ellie Goulding says she doesn`t want to be thin but she exercises to stay "fit and strong".

Physical activity slashes postmenopausal breast cancer risk

A new study has revealed that postmenopausal women who in the past four years had undertaken regular physical activity had a lower risk for invasive breast cancer compared with women who exercised less during those four years.

Three simple ways to prevent heart disease!

Heart disease, also called cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of deaths around the world. But you can protect your heart by adopting a healthy lifestyle, although there are some factors attached which you can`t be changed such as family history, age or gender.

Exercise can actually lead to weight gain: Expert

Contrary to the popular belief that exercise can help lose weight, an expert has claimed it can actually lead to weight gain.

Passion lacking in older gym goers: Study

The machine-dominated fitness industry no longer ignites passion for physical activity among baby boomers (people born between 1945-65), says a study.

App that pays you for exercise

Will you miss your workout if you had to pay for it? If money motivates you more than fitness, an app is here to either reward or punish you.

Healthy lifestyle cuts down negative effects of stress

A new study has revealed that following a healthy lifestyle, that comprises of a healthy diet, sleep and exercise, counters the negative effects of stress.

Extra exercise helps depressed smokers kick the butt faster

Extra exercise can reduce the compulsion to reach for a cigarette in depressed smokers, a new study has found.

Healthy lifestyle key to fight mental decline

Finnish researchers have suggested that a healthy lifestyle helps in fighting mental decline, with exercise and diet holding significant potential against Alzheimer`s disease.

Exercise, relaxation can reduce social anxiety

Exercise and relaxation activities like yoga can positively impact people with social anxiety disorders, scientists say.