30 Jun 2015
London: Scientists have documented for the first time the DNA damage which can occur to the skin from the full range of ultraviolet radiation from the sun, leading to skin cancer.
23 Jun 2015
Toronto: Australia's shocking loss to Eastern Canada here in 1975 followed a night when the tourists were tricked into partying hard, recalls a senior cricket official.
20 Jun 2015
New York: The polio virus can continue to transmit silently for more than three years with no reported cases, says a study that suggests continued surveillance even after eradication of the disease.
18 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Remember the time when you applied your favourite lipstick and wished that it stayed on your lips longer. Many brands claimed that their lipsticks won't wear off and last longer but sadly none could stand by the promise. We here have a permanent solution to this perennial problem.
27 May 2015
New Delhi: Sweltering heat has gripped the nation with mercury hovering around 48 degrees Celsius. The heat wave also has killed more than 1,100 people and it looks to continue this week.
07 May 2015
New Delhi: Get your hands on cuffed jeans, crop tops and tank tops, which can add to your style quotient in the summer, says an expert. Here are some fashion tips.
12 May 2015
London: How does our brain interpret food signals -- a process that influences the impact of diet on health and ageing? Scientists have now deciphered the neural code involved.
07 May 2015
New York: Despite claims made by the so-called "educational" apps that turn out to be nothing more than just digital candies, researchers have identified features that parents should seek out while selecting the right apps for their kids.
01 May 2015
Washington: Wild bearded capuchin monkeys are more skilled than anyone in cracking nuts, shows a new study by Indian-American psychologist Madhur Mangalam.
15 May 2012
While fate determines some fertility factors, a new study has suggested that oral issues may play a key role. A recent Australian study compared rates of periodontal disease with the speed by which women conceived. Of 1,956 women (average age 31) seeking to become pregnant, 74 per cent had healthy smiles, while the remaining fourth had cavities.