Dr Khwaja Ali Shahid
Pakistani society can help promote better health and hygiene for our women only once it overcomes the taboo and shame...
Over the years, several personalities from the world of sports have been loved and followed by their fans not just for...
Ever seen a rabbit wearing spectacle or reading glasses?
It is of extreme importance that great sportsmen take morally and ethically correct stands and use their own brand equity to guide their fan following towards the ethical side.
A proper diet for a sportsperson can elicit fine performances for him or her
Played, conquered and retired … now what?
Sportspersons ascribe their success to all sorts of quirky habits.
Women over the age of forty who are overweight need to be particularly vigilant
Many ‘spin doctors’ here sneak in the wrong action under the garb of slow bowling
A dull pain becomes sharp with time and must be attended to immediately
There’s no need to panic but if symptoms persist it’s better to consult a physician
If we can’t go to the Olympics, the Olympic Games must come to us!
Some bloom early, some late. No, we are not talking of flower buds here. A few months ago we carried a piece about
Cataract is the most common cause of vision loss in people over 40 years of age and is the leading cause of blindness
If you have by chance contracted conjunctivitis, take precautions so that you do not spread it to others
Look at a sportsperson’s kit and you’ll find logos and brand names. He or she is a walking, talking advertisement,
Due to an injury, sometimes they are chopped from a forthcoming game and sometimes their career ends
Adrenaline rush, breathtaking rides, fear and fun … that’s what Abu Dhabi’s Ferrari World has in store for you
The year 1994 was one of the most remarkable in terms of Pakistani sports, because this is when Pakistan reigned supreme
Expert advice for ‘expert’ commentators: Look before you blame