New Delhi, March 2 : In the process to take care of their home and career, it gets difficult for women to take care of their mind, body and heart. However using lavender at night while sleeping to eating cinnamon can do the trick, says an expert.
New Delhi, March 2 : Your health is in your hands on festivals like Easter, which will be celebrated next month. Make sure to avoid digestive issues such as indigestion and bloating by eating good quality probiotic nutrition and choosing the right drinks.
London, Mar 2 : A new research has revealed that classical music calms down dogs, and reliefs them from stress.
London, Mar 2 : A new study has found that drinking a glass of tomato juice daily helps in reducing the weight around the waist without making any other changes to diet or lifestyle.
Washington, Mar 2 : A new study has observed that boys who are aggressive in their childhood tend to develop greater physical strength as teenagers.
New York, March 2 : Can your performance on a treadmill tell how long you are going to live? Yes, say Johns Hopkins cardiologists. The team has developed a new algorithm - dubbed the FIT Treadmill Score - that can gauge long-term death risk in anyone based solely on treadmill exercise performance.
New York, March 2 : Turning conventional wisdom on its head, researchers have found that portraying overweight individuals negatively in the media may lead them to gaining more weight.
London, March 2 : Cats may prefer to use their eyes rather than follow their nose when it comes to finding the location of food, according to new research by leading animal behaviourists.
Washington, March 2 : Counting calories may help you shed a few pounds but the habit may adversely affect your ability to focus when you need it the most, new research suggests.
London, March 2 : A change in breeding habits and distinct genetic make up may have helped certain populations of the iconic emperor penguins survive the harsh climate during the last Ice Age, a study contends.
New York, March 2 : With the spurt in technology, posting a selfie on social media will only grow and remain part of the global cultural landscape for years to come, says a report by New Jersey-based communications agency Coyne PR.
New York, March 1 : People who receive emails from their superiors or clients at home after a tiring day at work run the risk of their personal lives being affected critically, a new study shows.
New York, March 1 : Boys who show aggressive tendencies develop greater physical strength as teenagers than boys who are not aggressive, says a study.
Toronto, March 1 : If your partner is not engaging in an open and honest conversation about your relationship, it may not be because they do not care but rather because they feel insecure and are afraid of being hurt, finds a study.
Melbourne, Mar. 01 : The new official statistics have revealed that male drivers are the true menace on the roads.
New York, Feb 28 : To make the most of your money, better go for a vacation rather than spending it on a designer dress, suggests a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.
By Amulya Ganguli : There may be a deeper and more unsettling reason for Rahul Gandhi's present farewell to active politics than the explanation that he has gone away to mull over the factors which led to the Congress's recent electoral reverses.
Washington, Feb 27 : A new research has revealed that people who blindly believe in God are the biggest risk takers as they view him as a security provider against potential negative outcomes.
Washington, Feb 27 : A new study has revealed that malaria transmission is linked to mosquitoes' sexual biology, which can lead to new methods of disease control, particularly in regions hardest hit by it.
London, Feb 27 : Much like humans, bumblebees can be 'forgetful' too, reveals a new research.
New York, Feb 27 : Rejected by someone you like? While that might work for many people, it may not be so easy for those with untreated depression, finds a new study.
New York, Feb 27 : Reminders of God can make people more likely to seek out and take risks, according to new research.
Tel Aviv, Feb 27 : Unconscious biases of elementary school instructors dramatically affect female academic choices later on, a new study finds.
New York, Feb 27 : Harnessing addicts to a strong belief system can help induce physiological changes to reverse-engineer nicotine addiction, a study suggests.
Beijing, Feb 27 : You may not like all Chinese things but you can't do away with this one - lithium sourced from coal in China!
Washington, Feb 27 : Drinking four to six cups of coffee daily may lower the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic disease that attacks the central nervous system - brain, spinal cord and optic nerves.
By Jaideep Sarin, Chandigarh, Feb 27 : If Chandigarh's upscale Sector 9 inner market has turned out to be the most happening place for the city's elite and youth in recent years, an important reason is the existence of the Backpackers Cafe.
By Sugandha Rawal, New Delhi, Feb 26 : The fieriness and tanginess of peri-peri sauce and the flame-grilled chicken has found a way into Delhi through the launch of South Africa-based restaurant chain Barcelos here Thursday.
New Delhi, Feb 26 : Layers of wrongly chosen makeup can make you end up looking cakey. Get your hands on the right make-up base to look flawless, says an expert.
New York, Feb 26 : Employees who point out problems in the office may help the company improve but could be hurting themselves in the process, says a new research.
Washington, Feb 26 : A new study has examined that negativity at workplace can directly affect the productivity of an individual.
New Delhi, Feb 26 : Gift yourself a holiday packed with adventure and more on International Women's Day March 8.
London, Feb 26 : Being playful is not just a gesture of friendliness, intelligence and a sense of humour - it can also help you woo your girl and vice versa.
New York, Feb 26 : Do you feel pressed for time even for your daily workout or weekend shopping? Learning to breathe slowly may help you get rid of such "false" feelings that actually have more to do with stress than with time, says a study.
New York, Feb 26 : Our ability to respond to the challenges of the fast-changing world comes from our brains' ability to flexibly combine and repurpose the neural resources that evolution has provided us, researchers report.
By Natalia Ningthoujam, Agra, Feb 26 : Eat like a king and get treated like one at Courtyard by Marriott in the cosmopolitan legacy of Taj city and former Mughal capital Agra.
Washington, Feb 25 : A new study has revealed that lemur moms carrying boys smell different from those carrying girls, suggesting that pregnancy odor reveals unborn baby's sex.
Washington, Feb 25 : Before you take that sip to quench your thirst, make sure the water isn't too high in fluoride content, as a new study claims, fluoride can cause depression and weight gain.
Washington, Feb 25 : We all find it difficult to meet our weight loss resolutions, and now a new study has made it official that it is indeed tough to shed those extra kilos.
New York, Feb 25 : Bystanders are reluctant to get involved when they witness online bullying, a new research has found.
New York, Feb 24 : When taking simple decisions, neurons in the brain apply the same statistical trick used by Alan Turing to help break Germany's Enigma code during World War II, a new study reveals.
New Delhi, Feb 24 : Holi, the festival of colours is just a few days away, so indulge in aromatherapy to prepare your skin.
Washington, Feb 23 : Experts have suggested some tips for users who are addicted to their smartphones and are unaware about the activities that go around them.
London, Feb. 23 : A new anti-ageing chocolate has been developed by scientists that can help people look younger and smooth wrinkles.
London, Feb. 23 : A new study has revealed that people make better decisions in life if they pretend that they are advising someone else.
London, Feb. 23 : A Priest's claim of meeting a female God after he died for 48 minutes has been dismissed as hoax by a spokesman for the Archbishop of Boston.
New Delhi, Feb 22 : For those who love to backpack in summers, the season can be usually hard on the skin and there is a greater need to tend to the skin woes.
New York, Feb 23 : Next time when you plan a candlelight dinner at a fine-dining restaurant, get this straight: The more expensive the restaurant, the more likely you are to describe the food in terms of sex.
Washington, Feb 23 : Teenagers who experiment or explore new things may have brain processes that work differently than those of pre-teens who do not, according to a new study.
Washington, Feb 22 : Carlsberg is reportedly developing non-clinking, biodegradable beer bottles that might hit the stores after three years.
New York, Feb 22 : The part of the brain identified as the command centre for human speech does not actually work when we speak loudly, a study reveals.
By Shweta Sharma, New Delhi, Feb 22 : Rote learning techniques have long-plagued the Indian education system, where even "science is taught like history".
London, Feb 22 : A lower IQ is clearly associated with greater and riskier drinking among young adult men, a research has found.
By Gaurav Sharma, Rajsamand (Rajasthan) Feb 22 : It's a bright sunny day but a listless Dali is lying in a checkered blanket in the courtyard of her hut. A fly keeps buzzing past Dali's nose but she has little energy to flick it away.
New York, Feb 21 : Instead of resorting to a conventional written resume, sending your prospective employer a videotape recording of your professional credentials may increase your chances of getting hired, new research shows.
New York, Feb 21 : An open talk with your growing kids when it comes to pornography can lower the risk of them being addicted to porn as they reach adulthood, a significant study has found.
By Ershadul Huq, Dhaka, Feb 21 : Once widely used throughout Bangladesh as a cheaper -- and perhaps healthier -- smoking alternative, the good old hookah is now turning into an antique piece owing to changing lifestyles and social mores.
By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar, Vagator (Goa), Feb 21 : Seattle-based techie Rashmi Tambe wears her passion on the sleeve of her rugged jacket, along with the dust, grime and road-grit gathered over thousands of miles she has clocked on her motorcycle across continents.
London, Feb 20 : Women have found a new body part to feel self-conscious about, and it's catching up.
Wellington, Feb 20 : There's a US company that will make you a customised cuddly toy version of your pet.