06 Jun 2016
London: Women as well as young adults are twice as likely to experience anxiety as men, a new study says.
23 Jan 2016
Kasserine: Tunisian President has vowed to end the cycle of unrest that has pummeled towns across the country as authorities imposed a nationwide curfew five years after the nation, convulsed by protests, overthrew its longtime ruler and moved onto the road to democracy.
16 Jan 2016
London: Tata Steel is expected to announce hundreds of job cuts at its Port Talbot plant in Wales in a statement to the Indian Stock Exchange in Mumbai as early as next week, according to a British media report.
09 Jul 2015
New York: Childhood stress may have a bigger influence on weight gain by women than stress during adulthood, says a study. Interestingly, the study that appeared online in the journal Social Science & Medicine found that neither childhood nor adult stress was associated with weight gain for men.
19 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Hiring activity in India grew by 10 percent in February led by sectors such as IT, BFSI and textile and the job market is likely to gain further momentum in the coming months, says a report.
29 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The Congress today criticised the Union Budget saying it has failed to create an "immediate stimulus" to address challenges of employment generation and agriculture sector.
25 Nov 2015
London: People suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) can experience higher levels of visual stress than those without the condition, according to new research.
27 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The government will have to go through a 'very difficult process' of pushing reforms and projects to propel India to a high-growth path as it will not happen through some magic wand, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said today.
16 Jan 2015
Toronto: Feeling stressed in the presence of strangers curbs the ability to express empathy - the capacity to share and feel another individual's emotions in animals and humans alike, says a study.
18 Nov 2015
Toronto: Raising questions about the effectiveness of self-help books, researchers have found that consumers of self-help books are more sensitive to stress and show higher depressive symptoms.