28 Apr 2016
London: A diet containing too much red meat and not enough fruits and vegetables could increase your body's 'biological age' and lead to health problems, according to a latest research.
19 Apr 2016
Los Angeles: Smokers, take note! Unemployed smokers may be less likely to get new jobs, and when they do, earn an average of USD five less an hour compared to non-smokers, a new US-based study has found.
19 Mar 2016
London: Common painkillers have more side effects than we think, including the risk of ulcers and increased blood pressure and should be used with great care in patients with heart disease, a new study has warned.
14 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Union Minister Jayant Sinha yesterday came in support of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's call for a system to assess impact of unconventional monetary policies of some industrialised nations and said narrower policies by some nations can have spillover effects.
09 Mar 2016
New York: While the negative effects of excessive video gaming have been widely reported, a new research has found that playing video games is associated with high overall school competence and less relationship problems with peers.
27 Mar 2016
Mumbai: Even as cooling operations continue at the Deonar dumping ground in suburban Mumbai where a fire occurred over a week back, the residents in the area and policemen deployed at the site are facing health issues due to the smoke still emanating out of the dump.
02 Apr 2016
London: Sleep problems in young adults, especially women, are significantly linked to chronic pain and even worsening pain severity over time, researchers report.
05 Jan 2016
New Delhi: If the Supreme Court decides to make sweeping reforms suggested by Justice RM Lodha committee binding, it could well mean the end of the road in sports administration for Maratha strongman Sharad Pawar while current president Shashank Manohar may lose his voting rights.
28 Jan 2016
New York: Messaging in the dark affects sleep, health and performance in school, says a study. Students who text for longer duration in the dark sleep only for a few hours and thus remain sleepier during the day than those who stopped messaging when they went to bed, the researchers from Rutgers University in New Jersey, US, said.
22 Feb 2016
Boston: Common antibiotics may be linked to a serious disruption in brain function, called delirium, and other brain problems, researchers including one of Indian-origin have claimed.