- Doctors belong to their patients(13:36)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) On the occasion of the World Health Day this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) is honouring the contribution of nurses, health care workers and midwives in keeping the world healthy.
- Sleep well to boost immunity(13:12)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) Amid the lockdown, social distancing and "work from home", we are increasingly spending more time within four walls. Our humble bed has become a permanent station for many us to do office work, binging on our favourite series, news and spending the extra time on hand with family. Ironically, while we stay longer in bed, at times our sleep cycle is compromised due to breaking away from regular work cycle, lack of physical activity, etc.
- Beauty gurus to watch on social media(13:09)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) Staying in at home may be a daunting task but for all the makeup junkies, with the blessing of free internet and online content they can binge their way to learning new tricks, tips and many more.
- Fashion: The tiktok way(13:00)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) Fashion has become a popular theme on TikTok, with some of Indias most popular fashion creators sharing their personal fashion statement on the platform, inspiring millions of users.
- Processed food and how it impacts your health(12:56)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) Soft drinks, ketchup, jams, tinned fruits and potato chips - all these taste delicious and are convenient, but it is important to note that they are examples of processed foods and large quantities may be harmful to your health.
- How to be at our healthiest best during this crisis(12:50)
new Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) On World Health Day we reflect on the most immediate need for one and all, to be physically, mentally and emotionally healthy. Today there is no bigger issue than health, as the world fights against the Covid-19 pandemic.
- COVID-19: Your child's mental health during self-isolation(12:48)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) Children and young adults account for 42 percent of the worlds population; this age group is very susceptible to entering into an emotional crisis while the world is busy containing the pandemic.
- 10 early signs of Parkinson's Disease(12:14)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) While the focus remains on the pandemic its easy to forget that there are many other illnesses which patients are struggling with.
- COVID-19: Domestic violence spikes, stakeholders call for action(12:02)
New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife) India, like many other countries, is in a complete lockdown owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Not surprisingly, as anxieties rise outside and families are required to stay indoors, pent-up anger and frustration has found a horrifying outlet: Domestic violence.
- Practise pilates for agility(12:57)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) As we stay in, practise social distancing and isolation, taking care of our health becomes very important.
- The beauty benefits of Oats(12:54)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) Oats have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. It has nutritive properties both internally and externally.
- Age old traditions to boost immunity(12:54)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) The modern lifestyle mantra revolves around the concept of "Detox". Magazines and social media continuously feed us with umpteen choices and the newest trends in foods and beverages that promise us health.
- How about a 'Quarantini'?(12:54)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) Self-isolation isnt always a bad thing, especially if you have a well-stocked bar! The only catch, not all of us know how to make our go-to cocktail at home! We called in the experts from Diageo India to help us perfect our amateur run as bartenders.
- Simple Vastu Tips to cleanse negativity(12:54)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) The ongoing pandemic has brought the world to a massive slow down. With over 3,000 confirmed cases and counting, India is already bracing up for an unprecedented health crisis.
- JLO, Malaika join online yoga programme(12:54)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Malaika Arora, Aishwarya Dhanush and Mark Mastrov (known as the Steve Jobs of Fitness) have joined the 14-day immunity builder programme through live yoga sessions, aimed at immunity building and fitness in 25 countries around the world.
- Work from Home Without Ruining Your Relationships(12:46)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) Back in the 1950s researchers wanted to understand what people value the most in relationships. Out of a 100 calls that were audited, researchers discovered that the most frequently used word was "I".
- Are we any closer to parity in gender pay scales(12:46)
New Delhi, April 6 (IANSlife) As part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, gender equality and corporate transparency, global retail major RB has recently issued reports on gender pay in its top five markets around the globe, including India in the companys first global Gender Pay Report.
- Indians come together(23:25)
New Delhi, April 5 (IANSlife) As a gesture and acknowledgement to all those who are on the frontlines in the battle against the COVID-19 outbreak, Indians came together for a nine-minute show of solidarity at 9 pm on Sunday.
- M.A.C's Viva Glam campaign pledges $10 million to COVID-19 relief fund(11:43)
New Delhi, April 5 (IANSlife) M.A.C Cosmetics recently announced that its VIVA GLAM campaign - which supports organizations and programs providing essential needs and services to vulnerable communities - will accelerate a $10 million USD donation to 250 organizations internationally,including India enabling them to continue their vital services in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Music to unite and sail through the dark times(11:42)
New Delhi, April 5 (IANSlife) Renowned playback singer Kailash Kher will oragnise a live concert from his home from 9.10 pm on 5th April for 30 Minutes to stand in solidarity and pay tribute to the discipline and spirit of service the nation has exhibited during the lockdown.
- The lockdown makeover for your home(11:42)
New Delhi, April 5 (IANSlife) People have had no option but to retreat to their homes, to try and warding off the pandemic with precautionary sanitary measures without letting it impede the work flow of their lives.