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Technique that improves breast reduction outcomes
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 15 : A team of researchers has found that long-term breast reduction outcomes can be improved by using techniques that minimally disrupt the lower breast suspensory ligaments. Read Full Story

Our ancestors defeated virus from HIV family 11m years ago
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 15 : Viral fossils have revealed how our ancestors may have wiped out a primordial virus around 11 million years ago. Read Full Story

Language gap between rich, poor kids begins in infancy
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 15 : Low-income children are missing out on language learning both at home and at school, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

Your child's crooked bite is bigger problem than you think
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 15 : It can be reversed with multiple trips to the dentist, but according to a new research, your child's crooked bite may indicate early life stress. Read Full Story

Gambling addicts have poor ability to assess high risk situations, suggests study
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 15 : Gambling addicts, beware! Read Full Story

Understanding money can keep those old-age worries at bay
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 14 : Those possessing a greater understanding of finance are less likely to fret about life in their twilight years, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

A stranger's eye can help you pick best profile picture
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 14 : When it comes to your profile picture, you may want to let a stranger do the choosing as a recent study has suggested so. Read Full Story

Tips to enjoy a tech savvy summer vacation
New Delhi , Apr. 14 : As the fervor for the summer holidays starts this season, travelers are all set to gear up and unwind their adventurous sides. Read Full Story

Pudina- The Wonder Herb for sizzling summers
New Delhi , Apr. 14 : As the spine-chilling winter has marked its way out, it's time to prepare ourselves to combat the scorching heat. Read Full Story

In the modern age, fathers are becoming equally sensitive during pregnancy, says expert
New Delhi , April 14 : Although pregnancy seems like it is all about a woman, but according to experts in the growing age, modern day fathers are becoming equally sensitive and contributing to make this process smoother and complication free for mothers-to-be. Read Full Story

Eat Chia everyday for your daily dose of happiness
Washington D.C. [USA], April 14 : Depression has not been taken with much seriousness for long, due to social stigma or lack of awareness and diagnosis but is now an acknowledged malady that affects growing numbers of people across the world. Read Full Story

Married LGBT couples are healthier, happier and richer than singles, says study
Washington D.C. [USA], April 14 : US researchers have found that married lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) couples have better physical and mental health, more social support and greater financial resources than those who were single. Read Full Story

25 is 'golden age' when humans outsmart computers
Washington D.C. [USA], April 14 : Are you 25 or turning 25? Good news for you guys! A study finds that 25, on average, is the golden age when humans can outsmart computers with creativity and problem solving. Read Full Story

Sleep apps need a room for improvement: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], April 14 : Are you using a mobile app to sleep longer and deeper? You may want to stop it as a study finds out that most of these apps help users to set sleep-related goals, track and manage their sleep, but only a few of them make use of other methods known to help the chronically sleep-deprived. Read Full Story

More frequent the physical education, fitter, more informed the teens
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 13 : Frequent, long-term instruction in physical education not only helps teenagers be fitter but also equips them with knowledge about how regular physical activity relates to good health, according to a recent research. Read Full Story

Are stinky inflatable pool toys putting your kids at risk?
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 13 : Turns out, there are many dangerous chemicals lurking in your swimming pool that can risk your children's health. Read Full Story

Turns out, college students study best later in the day
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 13 : Students learn more effectively between 11 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. than at other times of the day, according to a recent study. Read Full Story

Beware ladies! Your smartphone addiction may create personal, social, workplace problems
Washington D.C. [USA], April 13 : Do you constantly check your smartphone, even when it does not ring or vibrate or get paranoid when you do not have your phone with you? If yes then you might have to consult a professional help. Read Full Story

Download 'Pokemon Go' for happy, positive life
Washington D.C. [USA], April 13 : Are you also fond of playing 'Pokemon' game on your phone? So here's a good news for you all! A recent study has found out that people who play 'Pokemon Go' are more likely to be positive, friendly and physically active. Read Full Story

Sweat it out to stay young!
New York [US], Apr. 12 : According to a new study, exercise, particularly high-intensity interval training, encourages your cells to make more proteins to feed their energy-producing machinery -- and this arrests the aging process. Read Full Story

How you can help your kids deal with tragic events
New York [US], Apr. 12 : While it is extremely difficult for even adults to make sense of horrific events like shootings or attacks by terrorists, parents often wonder: What do I tell my kids? How can I talk to them about something so senseless and indiscriminate? Read Full Story

Create an 'advert' before you start dating!
London [UK], Apr. 12 : When you know, you just know! Read Full Story

Race-based bias already exists around 2nd half of child's 1st year
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 12 : Turns out, racial bias begins much earlier than previously thought. Read Full Story

Terrible mistakes we make while writing emails
London [UK], Apr. 12 : Spelling errors and typos while writing emails are the most common mistakes but sometimes the errors could be embarrassing. Read Full Story

Toilet cubicle you should never use in public loos
London [UK], Apr. 12 : No matter what, you can not always dodge using a public toilet. So when you do, here's a tip to avoid getting 'infected'! Read Full Story

Bisexual men are better lovers: Study
London [UK], Apr. 12 : For women, while dating a bisexual man is still a taboo, a research suggests they can be better lovers, fathers and partners. Read Full Story

Want to run a marathon? Here's where to start
New Delhi , Apr 11 : If you get off to a good start, running can be a real joy. Read Full Story

How mangrove forest conversion is killing Earth
Washington D.C. [USA], April 11 : You may want to stop creating those man-made ponds or pastures as a recent study has revealed that clear-cutting of tropical mangrove forests contributes significantly to the greenhouse gas, like carbon, one of the leading causes of global warming. Read Full Story

'Wogging' your way to better endurance
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 11 : Forget "slow and steady wins the race," according to a recent study, alternating between walking and running, or wogging, is the best way to conserve energy and reach your destination on time. Read Full Story

Parents, you can help your babies at autism risk
Washington D.C. [USA], April 11 : A study has suggested that parents, who receive a video therapy for babies at family risk of autism during their first year of life, may help their kids in reducing the severity of developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. Read Full Story

Why you should start putting salt in your cuppa coffee
London[UK], Apr. 11 : As ridiculous as it may sound, coffee drinkers are now claiming that we should be adding salt - not sugar - to our cups of Joe, if we're not keen on the bitterness. Read Full Story

Breaking up? Here's the best way to carry out the emotionally difficult task
London [UK], Apr. 11: You might know it is the right decision for both of you, but still, breaking up is never easy. Read Full Story

Revealed! Name and gender of baby Cooper
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 11: It's no more a secret! Read Full Story

Heads up ladies! You might enjoy over 20 orgasms in a row
London [UK], April 10 : Multiple orgasms are quite common among females while making out with their partners, but a study has revealed that around seven in ten women may achieve as many as 20 orgasms during sex. Read Full Story

Beware of fancy sofas! Chemicals sprayed on them ups cancer risk
London [UK], April 10 : Beware of those fancy fire resistant sofas! A study warns that the fire retardant chemicals, found in these sofas and mattresses can lead to thyroid cancer. Read Full Story

Now men can turn off their sperm flow at the flick of a switch!
Washington D.C. [USA], April 10 : In a major revelation, a German company has developed a new type of male contraceptive, all set to revolutionise the system by shifting the burden of birth control onto men! Read Full Story

Help your granny to manage her finances in old-age
Washington D.C. [USA], April 10 : Help your grandparents financially as well as in managing medicines, as a study suggests that people aged 65 and older as most of them have history of stroke, low cognitive functioning and find it difficult to manage the activities of daily living. Read Full Story

Ever wondered why you crave junk when tired?
London [UK], Apr. 10 : Whenever we are tried, instead of opting for a healthier option such as a fruit, most of us prefer that favourite chocolate bar or packet of biscuits. Ever wondered why? Read Full Story

Don't let social media affect your relationship
London [UK], Apr. 10 : Social media is increasingly becoming that platform where you can prove your love for your partner. But, there are certain do's and don'ts that one definitely needs to follow if you want a long-term relationship with 'The one'. Read Full Story

Confidence level, not math ability keeping girls out of science
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 9 : Turns out, when it comes to mathematics, girls rate their abilities markedly lower than boys, even when there is no observable difference between the two. Read Full Story

Big women likelier to have wrecked heart rhythm
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 9 : Big women have a nearly threefold greater risk of atrial fibrillation than small women, according to a new research. Read Full Story

Men, your hair can tell if you are at heart disease risk
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 9 : Are you going grey fast? Your silvery locks may be giving you a distinguished look, but according to a recent study, they are linked with increased heart disease risk in men. Read Full Story

Let your skin glow this summer with Kama Ayurveda
New Delhi , Apr. 8 : Summer time is here and with it, a whole host of skin care issues too! Read Full Story

How our dressing communicates with the world
New Delhi , Apr. 8 : The dress we wear is a non verbal communicator and compliments our language and as a tool that represents our culture, sexuality, nationality, class and other identities. Read Full Story

How successful is digital dating in finding 'The One'?
London [UK], Apr. 8 : While the past few years have seen an incredible rise in users of Tinder, the fact is, people now long for more traditional ways of discovering The One. Read Full Story

World Health Day: Tips to stay healthy
New Delhi Apr. 7 : Leading a stress-free and healthy life is what everyone wants. But a stressful life is what everyone gets. Read Full Story

Pets can help ward off obesity, allergy
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 7 : You may want to gift a dog to your baby as a recent study has suggested that a pet early in life may alter gut bacteria in immune-boosting ways. Read Full Story

How cultural beliefs affect police, court decisions
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 7 : A team of scientists has found that when individuals adopt this outlook, referred to as a "code of the street," it can increase their probability of arrest or conviction. Read Full Story

We recognise justice even before we can talk
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 7 : Turns out, we are born to love the superheroes. Read Full Story

Married couples with shared ancestry tend to have same genes
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 7 : Turns out, genes may be at play when two married people start appearing similar. Read Full Story

Most employees dissatisfied with their salary structure: Survey
New Delhi , Apr. 6 : Wisdomjobs.com, one of India's end to end online recruitment and career solutions portals, recently released the outcome of its survey on the Employee Satisfaction on their Salary Structure. Read Full Story

Sleep issues signify you're aging!
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 5 : As people get older, they sleep less and wake up more frequently. Read Full Story

Postponing wedding can benefit your future children
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 5 : A recent study shows that delaying the marriage age of young women in parts of the developing world has significant positive effects for their children. Read Full Story

This summer, detox with infused water
New Delhi , April 05 : 'Water is the only drink for a wise man' - Henry David Thoreau. Read Full Story

How you can trick yourself into being more patient
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 5 : If you want to become more patient, then you may want to start imagining that as a recent study has suggested so. Read Full Story

Social capital: 1 secret to your kid's successful school
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 4 : A recent study has revealed a secret that can play an important role in helping students succeed at even the most disadvantaged school, i.e. social capital. Read Full Story

Here's how to stay motivated
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 4 : If your motivation fizzles after a period of time, then good news, a team of researchers has come out with the secret to staying motivated. Read Full Story

91% youth don't consider forgetfulness as a disease: Study
New Delhi , Apr. 4 : As per a recent survey conducted by Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital, Vasant Kunj (FHVK) to calculate the understanding of Alzheimer's and Dementia, it is found that forgetfulness is not considered as a disease among youth of India. Read Full Story

So where do babies cry the most?
Washington D.C. [USA], Apr. 4 : According to an interesting and a first of its kind research, babies cry more in Britain, Canada and Italy, than the rest of the world. Read Full Story

An emerging designer from Nagaland making waves in fashion scene
By Vangamla Salle K S, New Delhi, April 4 : Sense of fashion and style comes naturally to the people of northeast, especially the youngsters, be it about making a personal statement or following trends, people from the region are known for their impeccable sartorial sense. Read Full Story


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