Why Eating Breakfast is a Must for Young

Eating a nutritious breakfast at young age can help avoid risk of developing metabolic syndrome later in life, latest research from Sweden, reveals. Jan 31, 2014

Spring Clean Your Diet

If you have got more junk food than you know what to do with and haven't really used your fridge's quite a while, then it's time for a spring clean! Here are a few good ways to start. Facebook : Twitter : YouTube : A Ventuno Production Jan 30, 2014

Poor-quality sleep along with frequent awakenings accelerates cancer growth

New Delhi, Jan 28 (ANI): A new study has revealed that poor-quality sleep marked by frequent awakenings can speed cancer growth, increase tumor aggressiveness and dampen the immune system's ability to control or eradicate early cancers. "Fragmented sleep changes how the immune system deals with cancer in ways that make the disease more aggressive," study director David Gozal, MD, chairman of pediatrics at the University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital, said. Jan 28, 2014

Benefits Of Drinking Lemon Water

Packed with antioxidants and other health benefits, a glass of water with the juice of half a lemon relaxes the body and mind. Here are reasons to drink it first thing. Facebook : Twitter : YouTube : A Ventuno Production Jan 28, 2014

Ardha Matsyendrasana

Also known as Half Lord of the Fishes Pose, Half Spinal Twist Pose or Vakrasana. This asana is usually a seated spinal twist with many variations, and is one of the twelve basic asanas in many systems of Hatha Yoga. In this video, Shanthala explains two variations that would benefit you a lot by relieving you from Back pain, strengthening your Arms, Shoulder & Neck muscles, Aids digestion and Removes toxins. Twitter: YouTube: A Ventuno Production Jan 28, 2014

Quitting smoking may not result in weight gain: Study

New Delhi, Jan 28 (ANI): A new study has revealed that quitting smoking may not result in a person putting on weight. The study, conducted by University of Otago, followed the progress of about 1000 people born in Dunedin in 1972-1973 and measured their smoking habits and weight regularly from the age of 15 to 38. According to the findings, both male and female quitters were likely to gain about 5 kilograms more than those who carried on smoking, but their weight returned to the same level as those who had never smoked. Jan 28, 2014