From drinking eight glasses of water everyday to eating food before going to bed helps in storing fat are some of the health guidelines that doctors suggest time and again.
A fresh avocado when added to a tomato sauce or raw carrot meal promotes conversion of provitamin A (inactive vitamin form) to vitamin A (active vitamin form), says a study.
From trying out the right exercises to keeping a check on your diet - small lifestyle changes can help you attain confidence to flaunt a fabulous and fit body on the beach, says an expert.
Keeping your skin moisturised is the best way to nourish skin but don’t skip exfoliation or healthy food to maintain the glow of the skin, says an expert.
Making some one feel happy is the best way to boost your own mood, and you can do this by just taking 10 seconds out of every hour during an eight-hour day and spent in an entirely different frame of mind.
Hrithik Roshan, known for his sculpted body, says one should not relate six-pack abs with health.
If you sleep only for 5-6 hours, it is bound to affect your work negatively. Experts recommend 8 hours of sleep for ideal health and productivity.
Singer Beyonce Knowles is back in shape after giving birth to daughter Blue Ivy five months ago.
Impairments to a gene known to be responsible for our internal body clocks, called ‘Rev-Erb alpha’, leads to excessive weight gain and related health problems, according to a new study.
John has sported a muscular look in `Force` where he plays a role of a no-nonsense cop who does not play by the book but always ensures that justice is served.
Demi Lovato says she wants to be a role model for teenaged girls dealing with the pressure of looking skinny.
Gwyneth Paltrow has showed off her body as she posed topless with just jewellery in a new photoshoot.
Washing of hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizers is one effective way of ensuring that bacterial or viral infections do not spread.
Day in Pics: 17th September
Showbiz World - September 17, 2014
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