Home Women Women on August 6, 2022 Image: Pinterest Agreed that the quarantine life had its challenges (be at home, don't touch things, work extra hours) but one thing it allowed most of the females is - to go braless at home. The ease and comfort it provided are undaunted. Turns out most of us want this freedom when we step out of the door. But the question is, will it ever be considered OK or normal? Societal Prejudice Towards Female Body For some, going braless is freedom but for many, it is a mandatory rule to wear the bra all the time. In progressed nations, women are allowed to ditch bras in public and be comfortable in their own skin. But in a progressive society like ours, a woman's body is still objectified and it is considered taboo when a woman chooses to give herself a break from 'cagey' bras. Celebs Spotted in Bra-Less State Image: Pinterest The media often captures celebs showcasing 'something' … [Read more...] about Free The Nipples: Will Going Bra-Less Ever Be Considered Normal?
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Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe | on October 31, 2018 Supermodel and host, Malaika Arora Khan has been giving us style goals day after day. Her fashion game is strong as always and she knows the subtle art of slaying it. Be it the red pantsuit or the metallic bridal lehenga of hers, Malaika's outfits are awesome. Recently, she gave us two more dress ideas. She totally impressed us with her outfits, which we thought were inspirational and something that we wished we had in our wardrobes too. So, we have decoded those two western numbers for you. Coming to the first attire, it was a humble tee and skirt. This attire of hers made for a perfect Friday party night number. Her top was olive-hued and featured quarter raglan sleeves. She paired her top with a metallic short skirt, which gave a glam quotient to her ensemble. The skirt was intricately embellished and definitely on our shopping lists. This attire came … [Read more...] about Malaika Arora Khan Gave Us Friday Night Party-wear Goals With These Two Jaw-dropping Numbers
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on March 18, 2019 Eye floaters are deposits or tiny specks that float into the field of vision. It is condensation in the vitreous humour - the material that fills the posterior part of your eyes. It appears like black or grey specks, strings, or cobwebs that drift when you move your eyes and can appear to dart when you try to look at them directly. It can stand out when you look at something bright such as the blue sky or a reflective object  . The floaters can be irritating and can cause disturbances, however, it does not interfere with your sight. If the size of the floater is big, it can cause a slight shadow over your vision, when exposed to bright lights. It can appear in one eye or both the eyes. It is not necessary that the eye floaters can interfere with your life as you can learn to live with it and ignore it. With time, you may not even notice its presence in your eyes  . … [Read more...] about Eye Floaters: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment
Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on March 8, 2019 IVF is fairly expensive. As per data available from 2014, IVF costs were somewhere between USD 600 to USD 1,000 per cycle in India  . With such high costs involved, IVF is indeed not for everyone. Costs are the primary deterrent for many childless couples that explore IVF. For practical reasons, it is in the interest of all concerned to ensure the success of the first cycle itself, so that the procedure does not have to be repeated at a later date. With a wide variation in success rate - clinics reporting success rates either as high as 46% or as low as 10%  - there has nonetheless been a significant increase in the success rates over the years  . IVF : All you need to know about, जानें क्या है आइवीएफ ट्रीटमेंट | Boldsky Steps To Ensure Success Of IVF In The First Attempt 1. Preparation - Prepare your body and mind for IVF. The … [Read more...] about How To Ensure The Success Of IVF?
Home Health Wellness Wellness on September 27, 2017 Cold weather not just affects those with bones and joint pain, but it is equally bad for those ailing with heart problem. A new research has found that cloudy weather and changes in temperature and atmospheric pressure can increase the risk of heart failure among the elderly. "Our study shows that exposure to cold or high-pressure weather could trigger events leading to hospitalisation or death in heart failure patients," said Pierre Gosselin, lead author of the study from Universitie Laval in Canada. During the study, 112,793 people aged 65 years and older who had been diagnosed with heart failure in Canada between 2001 and 2011 were assessed. The participants were followed for an average of 635 days. The mean temperature, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure and air pollutants in the surrounding environment were measured and monitored. The results … [Read more...] about Experts Warns; Cold Weather Bad For Heart Patients
Home Pregnancy parenting Prenatal Prenatal on July 15, 2022 Guessing the gender of your unborn child can be exciting and overwhelming. In countries like the United States, Italy, Thailand and Mexico, where gender revelation is legal, people may not have to wait for nine months to know the gender of their baby, but however long they wait, mainly (18-20 weeks), the excitement is the same in all couples experiencing the gestation phase. We have listed down a few study-based and anecdotal ways in which you can guess the gender of your baby. These studies were published in journals like the National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and the Journal of the American Heart Association (AHA). 1. Your Cravings A study says that there's a gender difference in the kinds of foods men and women crave. Men usually tend to crave savoury foods like eggs and fish, while women are lovers of sweet foods like ice cream and … [Read more...] about 8 Study-Based And Anecdotal Ways To Predict The Gender Of A Baby, By NCBI
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on May 6, 2017 Water is the best medicine that can cure many diseases. Drinking water can do a lot more than what your medicine can do. Major part of our body is made up of water, hence water is very essential for the proper functioning of our body. Water is important not only for keeping the cells healthy, but also for removing unwanted toxins from the body. Water will help to keep your skin healthy, excrete toxins from the body, support healthy metabolism, boost energy, lubricate the joints, improve your mood and support digestion. We usually talk about boiled water, as it is free of infectious agents. But, do you know that cold water also has some specific health benefits? You don't have to drink cold water to get its benefits. You can apply it directly or can take a cool shower to avail the benefits. Getting a cold water shower in the morning will make you feel fresh for the … [Read more...] about Cold Water: Did You Know It Helps Cure These Diseases?
Home Health Health on August 9, 2022 The concept of autosexuality refers to the tendency for someone to be more attracted to themselves than others and to prefer masturbation over sex with another individual. It does not mean that someone who is autosexual will never engage in sexual relationships with other individuals. Instead, autosexuals feel more sexually aroused by themselves than by others. Generally, autosexuals prefer solo masturbation to partnered sex. However, they may engage in partnered sex for affection, intimacy, or pleasure, just not as much as solo masturbation  . Although 'autosexual' is a relatively uncommon term, many people identify as autosexual. There is a common misconception regarding autosexuality that if someone is autosexual, they are unable to love or desire other individuals. Nevertheless, this is not necessarily true, as there are plenty of autosexual people who have relationships with other people, both … [Read more...] about Are You Autosexual? Signs You Might Be Attracted To Yourself