All participants were classified as obese based on body mass index and just over half of the participants were black.
It may be possible to train the brain to prefer healthy low-calorie foods over unhealthy higher-calorie foods.
Blessed with a tropical climate, Thailand uniquely offers a graceful blend of antiquity with modernity.
A new anti-selfie mobile app will track your face in real time and twist it in funny ways.
Researchers have developed an "electronic nose" that can sniff the highly infectious bacteria that causes these diseases.
"Energy" drinks which are so popular during physical exercise among children and younger adults can cause heart problems
Dualist Inquiry releases a new EP on his recently-launched record label.
Artists reflect on how paper can act as a depository of memories and feelings at an exhibition.
Attempting to understand and decode the roots behind fear and shame, Priyanka Chhabra’s short film dissects these subjects.
Pandavani exponent Teejan bai who performed in Delhi yesterday continues to sing her way to empowerment.
Even if you are addicted to your own car or a motor bike, take a day off from them and take metro instead.
The facial features of an individual can reflect whether or not a person is experiencing atrial fibrillation.
While Manipur is known for its fish dishes, Nagaland is better known for its bamboo and meat fare.
The city's relaxed and laidback attitude is the perfect getaway after many tiring weeks of preparations and celebrations .
Indians swear as much by their pakoras as by the noodles. So making a noodles pakora is not a bad idea.
From playing the role of powerful antioxidant to a product of anti-ageing, the fruit can help in many ways.
Wine makers have reasons to cheer as researchers have discovered a system that prevents "stuck fermentation".
Hollywood celebrities like Emma Stone and Jamie Chung have been proudly flaunting pink pouts.
A new mobile app brings us closer to our rich heritage by collating a list of museums in the city
Pakistani author Eiynah on her anti-homophobia children’s book My Chacha is Gay.
Love it and use it. Or dump it
Designer Masaba Gupta on her inspirations for prints and her take on bridal wear.
Musicologist and bureaucrat KL Pande bridges the gap between Bollywood and Indian classical music through Raagopedia
Air India needs to put up content on their site that no one is interested in.
Cacti belong to the larger group of plants called succulents which also have water retention properties and have fleshy and plump leaves and stems.
Veteran historian S Muthiah says awareness about heritage is on the rise in Chennai today.
People who understand digital medium have figured out that internet is designed to make continuous copies of everything.
Are twins similar because they are treated similarly?
Sifting through a series of complex issues, a documentary distils the essence of organ donation in India
At the end of your meal you can pick between the dessert of the day or from a range of waffles.
In Ian Mc Ewan’s new novel, the protagonist is thwarted by reality and the limits of morality.
The Portuguese superstars who spiced up life on the Malabar Coast.
For UR Ananthamurthy, Sanskrit and bhasha, town and country, ancient and modern, were simultaneous realities.
We shall now use our crystal ball to tell you what ice-rhyming challenge might be next.
Five-year-old Violet who was born with an unformed left hand also has a bowel condition known as Hirschprung's disease.
The kadhi tastes best when made with sour yoghurt. To make your yoghurt sour, keep it out of fridge for a couple of hours.