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No time to wash your hair? Here's a solution
New Delhi , Sep 23 : Beauty expert Shahnaz Husain's group has launched innovate starch based dry shampoo that provides a water-free option for cleaning hair by absorbing dirt, grease and product build up when massaged through dry hair. Read Full Story

Make your Navratri fasting healthy with these tips
New Delhi , Sep 23 : Navratri- nine nights of celebration of goddess Durga has begun and has been welcomed with much fervor. Read Full Story

Our weight tells us how we assess food, study suggests
Washington D.C. [U.S.A], Sept. 23 : In a new research, researchers have found that that people of normal weight tend to associate natural foods such as apples with their sensory characteristics. Read Full Story

Can smartphone apps help in reducing depression?
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 22 : To tackle the most prevalent mental disorder i.e. depression, researchers are now focusing on the one thing that humans, these days, are addicted to- smartphones. Read Full Story

Are you Navratri-ready? Here are five apps to help you glam up
New Delhi , Sept 22 : With the famous nine-day festival of Navratri round the corner, we gear up to welcome the Goddess with a clean heart and spirit, and also put forward our best fashion game. Read Full Story

Kids with higher manganese levels may have lower IQ scores
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 21 : A recent study has found that children with higher levels of Manganese (Mn) in hair samples have lower IQ scores. Read Full Story

Exercise type doesn't matter, it's being active that counts
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 22 : Whether it is a gym workout, a walk to work or a household chore, physical activity of any kind can prevent heart disease and death. Read Full Story

When it comes to female orgasm, one sex-move 'doesn't' pleasure all
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 21 : Turns out, women have more diverse preferences related to sexual pleasure than believed. Read Full Story

Midlife blues? Tension with mothers, siblings may be reason
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 21 : When it comes to our well-being, particularly at midlife, the quality of relationships with our mothers and siblings matters, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

Parents, as long as you are fighting right, your kid is fine
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 21 : Parents, being at odds with one another is a normal thing, but according to a recent study, it's how you manage it that has an impact on your kids, not the spat itself. Read Full Story

Music makes male faces more attractive for women, suggests study
Washington D.C. [U.S.A], Sept. 20 : Music is a worldwide phenomenon and part of every culture, but the origin of music remains a longstanding puzzle. Read Full Story

Link found between HIV risk and community level educational status
Washington D.C. [U.S.A], Sept. 20 : In a new research, a group of researchers has investigated how educational status relates to HIV risk in this population. Read Full Story

Make your Navratri fasting tasty, healthy with this diet plan
New Delhi , Sep 19 : Fasting during Navratri often turns out to be binge eating heavy, fried unhealthy food items due to limited awareness of options available. Read Full Story

Parents unconfident in schools' ability to help child with complex health issues
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 18 : Worried that school won't be able to handle your kid's health issues like asthma attacks and mental problems? If yes, then you are not alone. Read Full Story

Vaping leads to 'real' smoking in teens
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 18 : Vaping is a gateway to getting kids hooked on the cigarette-smoking habit, according to a new study. Read Full Story

Talking to older adults about expected course of illness may be helpful
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 17 : If healthcare providers talk to older adults, with a chronic or terminal illness, about the expected course of an illness and life expectancy, then it may improve the quality of care they receive as they age, suggests a study. Read Full Story

Participating in multiple sports boosts sleep quality in girls
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 17 : Dear parents, you may ask your kids to participate in multiple sports, as sport specialisation is associated with significantly worse mood, stress, fatigue, soreness and sleep quality, especially females, suggests a study. Read Full Story

Here are some tips to inculcate effective ways of self-learning in your kids
New Delhi , September 17 : The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is just that little extra. And that little extra is provided by self-learning. Read Full Story

Adults without partners less likely to monitor their BP
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 17 : Having a proper high school diploma and a partner are equally important, as according to a study, lower education level and having no partner are associated with a lower frequency of home blood pressure monitoring. Read Full Story

Here are some gateways for your babymoon
New Delhi , Sep 17 : Attention parents-to-be! The transition time from being a lovey-dovey couple to parenthood may be stressful for many, but taking some time out for a holiday, especially during the second trimester can help you to reconnect and rekindle that spark of love before the arrival of your newborn. Read Full Story

Here's why kids should never go down slide on their parent's lap
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 16 : It may seem like the safer choice, but riding a slide while on a parent's lap actually increases a kid's risk of leg fractures. Read Full Story

Always bickering with your other half? Turn to friends, family
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 16 : If you find yourself in the midst of relationship conflicts, turn to your friends and family members, as according to a recent study, they can help you weather the bickering. Read Full Story

Kids praised for being smart more likely to cheat: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 15 : Parents beware! A study has recently warned that praise is commonly used to reward children, but when used in the wrong way it can backfire. Read Full Story

Relax your body, keep negative energy at bay with meditation
New Delhi , Sep 15 : Healing can be done in various ways - medical, surgical and even spiritual. It is in tradition to go out and seek a doctor for an immediate cure and heal ourselves from pain. Read Full Story

Flaunt your jewellery in style this festive season
New Delhi , Sep 14 : With the festive season around the corner, the thought of what to wear can stress out even the most seasoned fashionistas. Read Full Story

Beedi Making - Livelihood at the cost of one's health
Patna (Bihar) , Sep 14 : The elder son was sitting beside her and the younger son was in her lap, she bowed her head and was constantly rolling the tendu leaves filled with tobacco to make the poor man's cigarette called "beedi". Read Full Story

Time to end stereotype around mental illness
New Delhi , Sep 13 : The tragic reality of India is that 70 million people are suffering from major to minor mental health related illnesses and it is prevalent across different sections of the society. Read Full Story

Air pollution can be dangerous in eco-friendly homes, study suggests
London [UK], Sep 12 : Air pollution can create problems even in eco-friendly buildings. Read Full Story

The Running group can help you to quit smoking
London [UK], Sep 12 : Having difficulty in quitting smoking? Try Running as it can help you refrain. Read Full Story

Adventures Lazy ants do to make themselves useful
Washington D.C. [US], Sept. 11 : Images of ants are always presented as diligent in human mind but a new research might come as a surprise to many. Read Full Story

Are carbohydrates good or bad?
London [UK], Sep 11 : Findings from a recent study suggest high fat diets are associated with a lower risk of mortality than high carbohydrate diets. Read Full Story

Bisexual people prone to developing mental health issues
London [UK], Sep 11 : A new study sheds light on the discrimination that bisexual people experience that other members in LGBTQ communities don't. Read Full Story

You Are What You Eat And Drink
SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 10, 2017 : You've heard the old adage, "You are what you eat" - meaning, our bodies are made up of the things we consume (good, bad and ugly). But new research has discovered that what we eat and drink may have a significant impact on how our genes are regulated. Read Full Story

Make your house appear bigger with these tips!
New Delhi , Sep 09 : With the festive season upon us, people across India are all geared to usher in the festivities in grandeur and style. Read Full Story

Art courses can help medical students become better doctors
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 9 : Observation skills are an essential component of any medical education, aiding doctors during patient exams and in making medical diagnoses, yet several studies have indicated inadequacies in this area among medical trainees and practicing physicians. Read Full Story

When saying 'sorry' makes things worse
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 09 : You may want to avoid saying sorry when making a social rejection, as according to a recent study, it could only worsen things. Read Full Story

Now, a software that can help avoid future accidents
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 09 : In a bid to avoid future accidents, a team of researchers has developed first-of-its-kind computer algorithms that can accurately determine when a driver is texting or engaged in other distracting activities while driving. Read Full Story

Want to zap that tattoo? Here's what you need to know
BY Pallavi Aman Singh, New Delhi [India], Sep 9 : An ex-lover's name? A drunken mistake? A wild spring break trip? A goof-up? For whatever reason it may be, if that ink job is no longer speaking your language, don't despair; there's hope. Read Full Story

Food lovers, rejoice Portuguese and African food at Barcelos!
New Delhi , Sep 8 : Are you on a look out for a healthy home-style eating this weekend? If yes, then Barcelos at DLF Place, Saket is the best hideout for you. Read Full Story

Older adults, who frail, more likely to have negative outcomes after trauma: Study
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 8 : A study has recently found that older adults, who frail, are more likely to experience negative outcomes after trauma. Read Full Story

Joint custody kids face less psychological symptoms: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 08 : Relation between parents plays a major role in child's mental health, as according to recent study preschoolers in joint physical custody have less psychological symptoms than those who live with single parent after a separation. Read Full Story

Sleeping with your pet in bed may affect sleep quality
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 08 : Dear dog lovers, sleeping with your pet in same bedroom is fine, but snuggling up with your pups in the same bed may affect your sleep quality, warns a new study. Read Full Story

Explicit material linked to early sexual behaviour
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 8 : A recent study has found that those who view sexually explicit material at a young age are likelier to engage in sexual behaviour at an earlier age. Read Full Story

Drivers pay more attention to ringing phones than risks
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 8 : Drivers find it difficult to ignore a ringing phone but they do ignore the dangers, with a new study revealing almost 50 per cent believe locating and answering a ringing phone is not as risky as talking and texting. Read Full Story

Upcoming events which can make your month exciting!
New Delhi , Sep 07 : Wake me up when September ends.Not this September, please! None of us would want to miss the happenings this September offers in your city. Read Full Story

Be beautiful at every age with these make-up tips
New Delhi , Sep 07 : Make-up is not only a great way to conceal one's flaws but it also helps in enhancing facial features. Read Full Story

Vampires may have been real people with a blood disorder
Washington D.C. [U.S.A], Sept. 07 : The folklore of Vampires has been inspiring a lot of horror stories for hundreds of years and continues to be a hit in Hollywood. Read Full Story

Listen your way to enhanced creativity with happy music
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 7 : Turns out, enhancing divergent creativity is as easy as listening to happy music. Read Full Story

Campus sexual assault can cost victims their academics
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 7 : Campus sexual violence not only causes a considerable number of physical and emotional issues for the victims, but also can adversely affect their academics, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

Spotting risky behaviour can slash road mishaps
Washington D.C. [USA], Sep 7 : With young lives being cut short in road accidents every now and then, any attempt to dramatically reduce the mishaps is crucial. Read Full Story

Did you know high-flying duck species reaches 22,000 ft to cross Himalayas?
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 6 : A high-flying duck species reaches an altitude of upto 6,800 metres (22,000 feet) to cross the Himalayas, finds a recent study. Read Full Story

Males with sedentary lifestyle prefer high-fat diet: Study
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 6 : A study has recently found that males with a sedentary lifestyle preferred a high-fat diet over other diets. Read Full Story

Mobile phone during pregnancy may not harm your baby's brain: Study
Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 5 : Good news, would-be-mothers! Now using mobile phones during pregnancy is unlikely to have any adverse effects on your child neurodevelopment, finds a study. Read Full Story

MakePi Startup is building the future through STEM education
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5, 2017 : Learn computer science sounds boring for children and extremely difficult for parents to understand. But kids are growing up in a tech-world and parents should learn to manage the evolution of technology and the future of their children. Read Full Story

Children should own mobile at the age of three, says study
Melbourne [Australia], September 4 : If you are one of those parents, who constantly worry about your toddlers using mobile phones constantly, then we have an important news for you. Read Full Story

Comfort your level with best slimmest gaming laptops
New Delhi , Sep 3 : The best gaming laptops take on many different appearances. The slimmest laptops are the best ones for gamers which are easy to move, and can be enjoyed with passion both inside and outside. Read Full Story

Parents, here are five apps to keep your little ones engaged!
New Delhi , Sept 2 : The age of infotainment has caught up with the younger lot as they are quickly catching up to cell phones, tablets, and other devices. Read Full Story

Fat to fit! Effective ways to lose that belly fat
London [UK], Sep 03 : Losing belly fat is really a big task. Unfortunately, numerous studies have proven that it's almost impossible to target fat loss from a specific place. Read Full Story

Benefits of concept based learning that helps to retain knowledge longer
New Delhi , Sept 3 : Concept based learning in contrast to traditional learning focuses on core concepts that foster knowledge and facilitates learning. The traditional methods merely connect students to the source of information which may or may not be retained for a longer period of time, whereas, conceptual learning focuses on making the students understand the core idea so as to retain the information as valuable knowledge which they can apply throughout their lives. Read Full Story

Breastfeeding makes kid more likely to eat vegetables
London [UK], Sep 03 : Dear moms! Here's an easy way to make your child more likely to like the greens. Read Full Story

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