Category: Lifestyle

International Day Of Happiness 2020: Quotes, WhatsApp Messages to Spread Joy

‘Happiness is a choice. You can choose to be happy’ – Valerie Bertinelli. This is the day which reminds us of the importance of happiness in everyone’s life. Back in 2013, the United Nations decided to celebrate the International Day of Happiness as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of […]

Too Much Or Too Little Sleep Not Good For Heart, Says Study

Getting too much or too little sleep, may be bad for your heart, say researchers, adding that people who get seven or eight hours of sleep per night have less stiffness in their arteries, which is associated with a lower risk of developing heart disease or suffering a stroke. “The message, based on our findings, […]

Miley Cyrus Reveals Father’s Struggles With His New Cell Phone

Pop star Miley Cyrus has revealed how she is staying connected with her father, singer-songwriter Billy Ray Cyrus, amid the coronavirus outbreak. Miley spoke of how her father has now bought an iPhone to stay in touch with his loved ones in these times of social distancing, but she added that her father wasn’t all […]

Oral Cancer: Early Signs, Symptoms and Preventive Measures

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), World Health Organization (WHO) and Globocan 2018 survey, India accounts for one-third of all oral cancer cases in the world with nearly 2 lakh new cases registered every year. Oral cancer occurs in the tissues of the oral cavity or mouth (begins at the lips […]

Kangana Ranaut Doesn’t Miss Fitness Regime During Coronavirus Outbreak

Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is currently in Manali spending some quality time with her family during Coronavirus outbreak. Her team has uploaded an image of the Manikarnika actress with her fitness trainer, Siddhartha Singh. In the selfie, Kangana is seen dressed in a white hoodie over a black racerback. The caption of the post reads, […]

Telehealth and telemedicine for coronavirus: What it is and how to use it now

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the government — and health care systems — to ramp up their telemedicine offerings at breakneck speed to reduce the flow of traffic to emergency rooms in an attempt to avoid putting health care givers at risk. “This is new for everybody. We are in a completely different place than […]

Who’s getting sick from coronavirus? Adults of all ages, and people with chronic health problems

As a growing number of Americans are being diagnosed with the coronavirus, doctors are learning more about who may be most susceptible to the most severe complications of the disease. It’s not just the elderly, already known to be at greater risk for this and other viral illnesses. New data from the Centers for Disease […]