The liver is one of our body’s busiest organs, with a role to play in most of the biochemical processes that sustain life. It produces bile that is vital to digestion, produces plasma proteins, stores iron, regulates the
Ever wonder why almost all Ayurvedic preparations contain amla? Or why it is suggested that everyone should have one piece of amla on a daily basis? Well studies have shown that amla or the Indian gooseberry is packed with
Shedding dead skin cells is a natural process and often goes unnoticed; however, in persons who develop a scalp infection due to a type of fungus called malassezia, there is an increased turnover of these cells. When these cells
The main theme of this year's World Health Day is hypertension. It is the condition in which the blood pressure increases above the specified level of 120/80 mmHg. The 120 refers to the systolic blood pressure or the pressure
Till about a few decades ago, grey hair was a sign that you had grown older and probably wiser, too. However, in today’s times, grey hair is more likely to be an indication of your stress levels, having nothing much to do with
Have you ever noticed how you tend to look dull when your hair is oily and in need of cleaning and how you brighten up almost immediately after washing your hair? However, the use of chemical-rich shampoos and conditioners
A renowned wellness expert suggested on Saturday that age-old methods like eating whole grains, drinking enough water and traditional forms of exercise like yoga and pranayama can solve today's lifestyle disorders.
‘We have to
India's beauty is mesmerizing, mysterious and awe-inspiring and the same can be said about the beauty of India’s women. It has been admired, talked of, worshipped to and celebrated for centuries.
This independence day, as part
Monsoon brings with it a host of hair woes. Itchy scalp, thinning of hair and your hair going limp are all associated with the onset of monsoon. Not to worry, experts have a host of suggestions to end your bad hair day.