26 Aug 2016
New York: Are you overweight and obese? Be warned, as you may be at an increased risk of developing eight more forms of cancer, including stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, ovary, meningioma -- a type of brain tumour -- thyroid cancer and the blood cancer multiple myeloma, says a review.
23 Aug 2016
Los Angeles: Actress Priyanka Chopra and Oscar-winner Jodie Foster joined hands to recreate a fun video on Britney Spears hit 'Toxic'.
02 Aug 2016
Melbourne: Australian scientists have discovered a toxic form of mercury in Antarctic's atmosphere and sea ice.
10 Aug 2016
London: Seasonal allergies like hay fever reduce the presence of brain immune cells as well as increase the growth of nervous tissue, which may lead to changes in the brain, says a study.
28 Jul 2016
Washington: While all e-cigarettes emit harmful chemicals, factors such as the temperature, type and age of the device play a role in emission levels, a new study says. The study from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) in the US found that e-cigarettes can lead to emissions of toxic chemicals such as acrolein and formaldehyde.
29 Jul 2016
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi's six-year-old son, Ayaan has made his on-screen debut in a video which gives the message of saving tigers.
11 Jun 2016
New Delhi: At least two people, including a civilian, were yesterday killed and another two injured following leakage of toxic fumes from the sewage plant on board Russian-made aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, which was undergoing repairs at Karwar in Karnataka.
13 Jul 2016
ROME: The death toll from a high speed train crash in southern Italy rose to 27 today after rescuers worked through the night to try to extract bodies from the tangled wreckage and continued their search in the morning.
01 Jul 2016
Beijing: Long-term exposure to air pollution, which has risen to alarming levels in the past years, is likely to cause damages to the kidneys, irrespective of age, warns a study.
26 Jun 2016
New York: The number of missing cases of microcephaly epidemic in several countries raises serious questions about the assumed connection between Zika and microcephaly, finds a new study.