We caught up with Malaika Arora at the FDCI India Couture Week 2019, where she walked as the showstopper for designer Sulakshana Monga’s collection, The Cultural Cascade. Inspired by Indian culture and traditions, this collection tried to express the legacy of Banaras in a creative way. Having stolen millions ofRead More →

People who follow the Paleo diet often do so for health reasons, eschewing many carbs, especially grains, in favor of lean meats and vegetables. Now, research indicates that this “caveman” style of eating may have hidden dangers to your heart health. The Paleo diet, which draws nutritional guidelines from theRead More →

A recent study that looked at nonprofit research funding for different types of cancer found that some of the most common (and most deadly) cancers receive far less money than others, which can directly affect research, drug development, and patient education. New research finds that lung cancer is one ofRead More →

Usman Khawaja’s availability for the opening Ashes Test will be confirmed on Monday © Getty Usman Khawaja’s availability for the opening Ashes Test will be confirmed on Monday (July 29) when he is set to complete his “last level of running” to ascertain the fitness of his injured hamstring. TheRead More →

Prostate cancer is still very difficult to catch and treat early. Now, some researchers are looking for answers in the bacterial communities of prostate fluid. Could the microbiome offer a new way to approach prostate cancer? The microbiome is big news. Bacteria have taken center stage in the world ofRead More →

Drug-resistant strains of malaria are spreading across Southeast Asia, raising fears of a “potential global health emergency,” two new studies have found. The reports were published Monday in The Lancet, warning that a multi-drug-resistant strain had evolved and was spreading across Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. The new findings come as countriesRead More →