Monday special: Weekend hangover? Try these 6 remedies to feel better in no time

Most people wait for the weekend to party hard with their friends and binge-drink their favourite alcoholic drinks together. However, the next morning often brings a harsh reminder of the hazards of overindulgence - the dreaded hangover, which can be incredibly unpleasant, with symptoms ranging from a splitting headache and dry mouth to nausea and fatigue.

Updated: Feb 27, 2023 06:20 IST

Salt can play key role in energy transition: Study

Salt could play a significant role in the energy transition to lower-carbon energy sources, according to a new study sponsored by the Bureau of Economic Geology at The University of Texas at Austin.

Updated: Feb 26, 2023 23:23 IST

Beat the weekend hangover: Try these 6 effective remedies to feel better in no time

Although drinking in moderation can be an enjoyable social experience, we all know that it's easy to overdo it, especially over a weekend with friends when the temptation to have one more drink can be strong.

Updated: Feb 26, 2023 21:26 IST

Kindness helps people struggling with mental health issues heal: Research

According to a recent study, people with depression or anxiety may be able to aid their own recovery by helping others. The researchers found that practising acts of kindness led to improvements that were not seen with two other therapy modalities for treating depression or anxiety.

Updated: Feb 26, 2023 18:29 IST

Healthy foods that should be consumed throughout the week

So there are two cents for everyone! If you want to enjoy your binge day on weekend, you have to stay fit and healthy throughout the week. Your plate should be full of whole grains, fish, beans and lentils so that you don't fall sick.

Updated: Feb 26, 2023 17:13 IST

Working four days a week improves employee well-being: New Trial

In the United Kingdom, 61 organisations committed to a 20% reduction in working hours for all employees during a six-month period commencing in June 2022. Furthermore, the vast majority of enterprises maintained their full-time productivity targets.

Updated: Feb 26, 2023 11:02 IST

Chole Bhature to aloo puri: Have a breakfast like king on Sunday

There's the old saying that one must 'breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper". This is because breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day and our Indian households have taken this way too seriously. As Sunday is just knocking on our doors, so it is time to plan some delicious and yummy breakfast options. So, here's a list of mouth-watering and tempting dishes to relish on your weekend.

Updated: Feb 25, 2023 23:01 IST

Ash Wednesday 2023: Know everything about this holy day observed by Christians

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. The holy holiday is meant to open up Christians to spiritual reflection and to connect with God through communal fasting and prayer.

Updated: Feb 22, 2023 10:35 IST

Working for four days a week boosts employee wellbeing: New Trial

In the UK, 61 organisations made a commitment to a 20 per cent decrease in working hours for all employees during a six-month period beginning in June 2022. Additionally, the clear majority of businesses kept their full-time productivity goals. With 71 per cent of employees self-reporting lower levels of "burnout" and 39 per cent stating they were less stressed, data from the largest four-day working week trial in the world show dramatically lower rates of stress and illness in the workforce.

Updated: Feb 21, 2023 14:50 IST

Advocacy by LGBTQ+ school clubs may help combat student depression: Research

A new study suggests that student-led Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) clubs may be able to lessen the differences between LGBTQ+ and heterosexual students' depressive symptoms across the entire school.

Updated: Feb 21, 2023 14:47 IST

Fever-reducing medicine given unnecessarily to children by one in three parents: Study

For many children, the winter season comes with regular exposure to circulating viruses at school or daycare. A warm forehead is often one of the first clear signs a child has caught a bug

Updated: Feb 20, 2023 23:44 IST

Research finds cohesion and connection drop among ageing population

According to a new study of one of humanity's closest relatives social cohesion and connection decline in an ageing population.

Updated: Feb 20, 2023 23:36 IST

Here's how women working on farms in Indonesia are driving force of change

Women are more prevalent than men when it comes to social media influencers on Instagram and other platforms. Yet women aren't just leaders in social media; they can also lead the implementation of new sustainability and development projects in their local communities, according to a recent study published in Agriculture and Human Values.

Updated: Feb 20, 2023 14:21 IST

Does meat have antioxidants? Find out

Researchers have discovered that dipeptides containing 2-oxo-imidazole (2-oxo-IDPs) have extremely significant antioxidant activity. Also, they developed a technique to specifically and sensitively detect very minute concentrations of 2-oxo-IDPs and discovered for the first time that several forms of 2-oxo-IDPs are contained in meat, including beef, pork, and chicken.

Updated: Feb 20, 2023 14:09 IST

Kids use same brain network as adults to solve tough problems: Research

According to a recent study, children as young as four show signs of a brain network that deals with sophisticated cognitive issues in adults.

Updated: Feb 19, 2023 19:59 IST

Patients with fatty liver disease may benefit from alternate-day fasting: Study

University of Illinois Chicago nutrition researchers evaluated 80 persons with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and discovered that those who followed an alternate-day fasting diet and exercised were able to improve their health.

Updated: Feb 19, 2023 19:13 IST

Daily reading may improve language development in kids: Study

According to a recent study conducted by researchers at Marshall University's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, daily reading improved language development in infants aged 12 months and younger.

Updated: Feb 19, 2023 12:11 IST

Study finds cognitive decline in older adults increases due to food insecurity

Older adults who have food insecurity are more likely to suffer from malnutrition, depression and physical limitations that limit their ability to live independently.

Updated: Feb 19, 2023 07:19 IST

From hosting BBQ to strolling around park, indulge in your Sunday with these leisurely activities

How does your Sunday look after a week of heavy workload and stress? You might make a lot of plans but end up doing nothing. Or it could be the other way around i.e. you end up having an eventful Sunday even though you had no such plans.

Updated: Feb 19, 2023 07:11 IST

Baking to Bingeing: Make your Sunday fun, lively and relaxing

Some people prefer going out, some staying indoors. Feel free to pamper yourself on Sunday. If you don't find a company, make it even more special as it's a day for self-indulgence. Here's a list of well-known and not-so-known ways to spend your Sundays.

Updated: Feb 18, 2023 15:38 IST