Why humans make moral decisions?
Washington D.C. , Apr 19 : A recent study claims to answer the much-debated question - Why people make certain moral decisions? Some people may rely on principles of both guilt and fairness and may switch their moral rule depending on the circumstances, study suggests. Full Story
5 facts to know about Good Friday
New Delhi , Apr 18 : It's strange to call a day 'good' when it represents Jesus' death. Most people misunderstand Good Friday to be a happy day as it has the word 'good' in it. Full Story
24/7 news, social media affecting attention span
London, April 15 : People are losing their collective attention span rapidly owing to the 'fear of missing out' (FOMO), staying up-to-date on social media and breaking news coming at them 24/7 via various platforms, a team of European scientists has warned.
Safe workout, fitness tips for pregnant women
New Delhi, April 15 : One of the biggest stereotypes in our society is that pregnant women should avoid anything strenuous but keeping fit during the nine months is one of the most important factors that keeps the mother and baby healthy. Do cardio and dont shy away from strength training, say experts
Men act less interested in sex than they really are
London, April 13 : Men sometimes act way less interested in sex than they really are, perhaps because of the assumption that giving an impression of wanting to have sex with anyone, anytime, is definitely not what most women are looking for, suggests new research.