Shrivelling of the skin on the fingers makes it easier to grip things underwater and pick up wet objects, according to a new study. Scientists from Newcastle University believe that fingers becoming wrinkled when they are submerged in water may have been an evolutionary development to aid people gripping things underwater, the 'Daily Mail' reported.
Erstwhile royal families have closely guarded culinary secrets of their kitchens like treasures down the ages. But the struggle to keep the estates sustainable is forcing the descendents to open up.
Nearly six decades after independence, the hosts of the royal palace resorts are opening their recipe books to contribute to the experimental culinary wave sweeping through the kitchens of urban India.
Compared to other fruits, papaya has the most health benefits from cardiovascular to colon health. It is available all year round and every Indian market stocks it; not to mention most households that have a courtyard, will have a papaya tree. So what makes papaya such an important fruit? Let’s take a look at the health benefits of papaya.
If you lack vitamin A, papaya is the fruit to have. It is rich in vitamin A, calcium and is a good source of potassium.
Black men needing surgery for advanced prostate cancer seem to have worse outcomes than white men, according to a new study.
Based on data collected from hospitals in three states, black men who had their prostates removed were more likely to need blood transfusions, stay in the hospital longer and die while hospitalized compared to white men.
Thirty minutes of daily exercise provides an equally effective loss of weight and body mass as does a 60-minute routine, according to a Danish research.
Forty percent of Danish men are moderately overweight.
For 13 weeks, a research team at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences of the University of Copenhagen followed 60 heavy but healthy men in their efforts to get into better shape.