28 Feb 2015
Washington: People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new research has claimed.
27 Feb 2015
Washington: Only 38 percent of people worldwide have connected to the internet at least once in their lives, according to a study published by Facebook's Internet.org initiative.
13 Jan 2015
New Delhi: If you are single child at your home, you earn more clout and are treated as prince or princess that brings many royalties your way. You have no point to regard yourself as a lone child in this big world rather you should enjoy the perks of being one. Here, we are listing the advantages of being an only child of your parents.
08 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party might be frontrunner in the race to take over the reins in Delhi but it has fallen way short of achieving its target of collecting Rs. 30 crore before the February 7 polling.
21 Jan 2015
New York: Scientists have found that drinking four cups of coffee a day has a protective effect against skin cancer. Although the results are preliminary, lifestyle modifications with even modest protective effects may have a meaningful impact on melanoma morbidity, the researchers said.
21 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Cupcakes are surely an alternative to the big bulky cakes that might not be liked by a person who prefers eating different flavours at one time. This small delight of sweetness is also being popularly used as a prominent gifting option on various occasions, be it wedding, birthday or thanksgiving. The recipes are quite and they have space of ample innovation.
27 Nov 2014
London: Researchers have found that drinking up to five cups of coffee per day may help curb Alzheimer's risk by 20 percent. Caffeine in coffee helps prevent the formation of amyloid plaques and neurofibrulary tangles in the brain - two hallmarks of Alzheimer's, the findings showed.
25 Nov 2014
New Delhi: India's coffee exports fell by four percent to 2.75 lakh tonnes so far this year due to volatile global prices, according to the Coffee Board.
14 Nov 2014
London: Regular, moderate consumption of filtered, decaffeinated coffee may decrease an individual's risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, promising research indicates.