26 Nov 2015
Rio De Jenario: Mud from a dam that burst at an iron ore mine in Brazil earlier this month, killing 12 people and polluting an important river, is toxic, the United Nations' human rights agency said yesterday.
25 Nov 2015
London: Cooking with chloraminated tap water and common table salt may put potentially harmful toxins in your food, researchers have warned.
05 Nov 2015
Washington: Parts produced by some commercial 3D printers may be toxic, according to a new study that raises concerns about how to dispose of parts and waste materials from the devices which are becoming increasingly popular.
13 Nov 2015
Karachi: Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has again landed himself into trouble after he was issued a show-cause notice yesterday by the Pakistan Cricket Board for unbecoming conduct and bringing disrepute to the game.
24 Oct 2015
London: The clothes that we wear, even those made from organic cotton, may retain chemicals that could potentially harm our health and environment, suggests new research.
06 Nov 2015
Rio De Janeiro: A dam burst at a mining waste site in Brazil, unleashing a deluge of thick, red toxic mud that engulfed a village and killed at least 17 people, an official said.
06 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Online shopping prevents work-related stress and several types of health issues caused by it like hypertension and depression, a study revealed today.
29 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Huge jams brought traffic to a standstill in many parts of Delhi yesterday evening due to the movement of the delegations attending the ongoing India-Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) here.
03 Sep 2015
Beijing: Long term exposure to certain substances commonly used in personal-care products such as soap and shampoo, food packaging, and other everyday products could be linked to pregnancy loss, warns a new study.
26 Oct 2015
Melbourne: Parents, take note! Young children who are exposed to more light earlier in the day tend to weigh more, according to a world-first study. The study also linked increased light exposure, including light given off by tablets, mobile phones, night lights, and television, to higher risk of obesity in children.