29 May 2015
New York: If an attractive man transgresses a social norm, woman tends to dump him more easily than she would do an attractive man, says a new study. The study by Jeremy Gibson and Jonathan Gore of the Eastern Kentucky University in the US found that a woman's view of a man is influenced by how handsome and law-abiding he is.
28 May 2015
New York: Obesity may be tougher on male immune systems than females, suggests a study conducted by an Indian-American researcher. Kanakadurga Singer, Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at the University of Michigan, found that high-fat diets reprogram blood stem cells in male mice, promoting metabolic disease.
27 May 2015
Melbourne: Ever wondered how Facebook influences our financial decisions. Well, an Australian research claims that Facebook users who invest or gamble just after going through their news feed are more irresponsible with their money.
27 May 2015
New York: If you enjoy being all by yourself, then you are not alone. Most people love to spend their time being all alone than being surrounded by people, new study says. The results of a recent Pew survey found that 85 percent of the surveyed people think it is 'important' to spend time alone, while 55 percent categorised it as 'very important'.
24 May 2015
New York: People with faster resting heart tare are at an increased risk of developing diabetes, warns a new study. Each additional 10 beats per minute is associated with 23 percent increased risk of diabetes, similar to the effects of a three kilogram per metre square increase in body mass index (BMI), the findings showed.
03 Oct 2013
Bareily: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the study material for the Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) for classes IX and XI.
20 May 2015
London: If you intend to score higher marks in exams, then the best solution is to tuck your smartphone away in a locker where it can't distract you, says a new study from the London School of Economics.
19 May 2015
Washington: Males are required for a process known as "sexual selection" which helps species to ward off disease and avoid extinction, a new study claims. The research from the University of East Anglia shows that an evolutionary force known as 'sexual selection' can explain the persistence of sex as a dominant mechanism for reproducing offspring.
21 May 2015
New York: Most people at some point of time use their smartphone while driving. And the use is not just confined to making or receiving calls as some people also click selfies while driving, a new study says.