16 Feb 2015
New Delhi: A new study has revealed that broken heart refers to an actual medical condition that feels like a heart attack.
26 Feb 2015
London: In what could potentially slow the progress of Parkinson's disease, researchers have developed a peptide that sticks to the protein that causes this incurable disease, stopping it from killing brain cells.
06 Jan 2015
London: Depression may not be a mental or emotional condition but actually a result of inflammation caused by the body's immune system, scientists say. George Slavich, a clinical psychologist at the University of California in Los Angeles, has spent years studying depression, and has come to the conclusion that it has as much to do with the body as the mind.
09 Feb 2015
Mumbai: If you are planning a destination wedding, than Anjallee and Arjun Kapoor's creations will surely add more glamour and fun to your trousseau. The designer duo showcased a range of collections for the various wedding functions at day three of Gionee India Beach Fashion Week 2015.
30 Nov 2014
London: For the first time, researchers have successfully trained people to "see" letters of the alphabet as colours in a way that simulates how those with synesthesia experience the world.
30 Aug 2014
New York: The facial features of an individual can reflect whether or not a person is experiencing atrial fibrillation - a treatable but potentially dangerous heart condition.
22 Aug 2014
New York: How about an app that can detect in a jiffy if you are suffering from atrial fibrillation (AF), a serious type of heart arrhythmia that is often a precursor to stroke?
18 Dec 2014
Taipei: Migraine may double the risk of a nervous system condition that causes facial paralysis called Bell's palsy, new research says.
26 Aug 2014
Washington: Individuals with greater amounts of yellow pigment in the eye may be better able to see distant objects in hazy conditions, scientists have found.
11 Aug 2014
New York: If we find less young female students opting for engineering courses, blame it on inhospitable work conditions. According to a new US survey, nearly 40 percent of women who earn engineering degrees quit the profession or never enter the field.