28 Apr 2012
People residing in city centers are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery calcification (CAC), which can lead to heart disease, than those who live in less polluted urban or rural areas, according to a study.
18 May 2016
New York: Are you over 50 and remain wearily busy? If yes, take heart. A new study says older adults with a busy daily lifestyle tend to have better mental functioning than their less busy peers.
22 Jun 2015
Washington: A new non-invasive method for skin rejuvenation may have less unintended side effects such as scarring and altered pigmentation than conventional methods.
24 Sep 2013
London: An average person forgets four key facts, chores or events every day, while trying to keep up with the demands of a hectic lifestyle, a new UK study has found.
05 Jan 2016
New York: Emotional expression affects the brain's creativity network, says a new brain-scanning study of jazz pianists, adding that 'happy' and 'sad' music evoked different neural patterns in their brains.
31 Dec 2015
New York: Do you tend to munch something or the other between your meals even when you are not hungry? If yes, such a habit could certainly satisfy your taste buds but harm your health, warns a new study.
23 Jul 2016
Wellington: Excessive consumption of alcohol can lead to seven forms of cancer, and individuals consuming even low to moderate amounts are at risk, says a review.
04 Feb 2016
New York: Cluttered kitchens are calorie-inducing kitchens with chaotic environments likely to lead people to grab twice as many cookies compared to those in a cleaner kitchen, finds a new study.
06 Nov 2015
New York: Researchers have discovered a strong relationship between global and local climate change and a mountain's internal tectonic plate shifts and topographic changes. The study unveiled a strong interaction between climate shifts and increased internal movement in the North American St. Elias Mountain Range.
23 Feb 2016
London: Alcohol may be good for your heart when consumed in moderation, claims a new research which found that people drinking wine, liquor or beer regularly are less prone to heart failure and heart attacks than those who rarely or never drink.