Have you been sleeping enough? A new study claims that required amount of shut eye not only protects memories from being forgotten, it also makes it more accessible.
Your fears are not completely unfounded. Mobile phones can actually cause cancer, says a study.
With an aim to bridge the gap between virtual life and reality, a dating app TrulyMadly created a musical pitch through 'Unsingle Mixers' here to bring people closer as part of their Unsingle campaign.
People give up on so many goals and dreams just because someone else talked negatively about them or their passions.
The city that gets deluged by the monsoon also loves its showers.
The e-commerce sector in India is going through an unprecedented surge. Yet, the number of women who are part of this growth story is strikingly few. What holds them back and how has it changed the lives of the few who have broken through
Many babies across the animal kingdom think nothing of slaughtering their siblings in ways a psychotic chain-saw serial killer would envy.
Gaurabai, 40, a construction worker opens up about moving from Chhatarpur to Delhi.
The Ahmedabadi wants to be a Mumbaikar and the Mumbaikar wants to be the Londoner.
Menstrual cup is an eco-friendly substitute to sanitary napkins.
Regular exercise and a healthy diet may reduce the risk of knee pain in overweight adults with Type 2 diabetes, says a new study.
Do you love your job and find your boss friendly too? Chances are you may actually be hating the weekend time with family or friends.
Cellphone use has the potential to improve the health of low-income, urban women at risk for diabetes and other diseases during their childbearing years, a new study has found.
In a new study, researchers have found that infants can shape their brains using their expectations about the world.
All those leftover pizza crusts they snatch from their kids' plates add up, said researchers from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine.
George celebrates his second birthday on Wednesday and while he's just a toddler, he's already made an impression as a doting elder brother, a magnet to cameras and even a budding fashion trendsetter.
While a wagging tail may represent a happy dog, it can also mean anxiety, irritation or aggressiveness.
This year too, Mud Rush is organising another adrenaline-packed 5-km obstacle race alongside the scenic Dudhani Lake in Silvassa.
Scientists in the US claim to have found a sixth flavour -- the taste of fat -- and they believe the new taste could hold the key to tackling obesity.
Thousands of books have been written about the importance of goal-setting, but only a few of them outline and explain the goal-setting process.
Artist Krishen Khanna on turning 90, why 1947 recurs in his work and buying a Husain for Rs 50.
How does one decide when to let go?
All major decisions of the pack — when to hunt, when to move, when to rest and so on are taken by the missus — she runs the show.
A range of unconventional venues is testing a band of playwrights and actors in Delhi who want to break the mould.
In his lifetime, the poet Dushyant Kumar brought the Hindi ghazal to the fore. Years after his death, his verse inspires a Bollywood lyricist to compose a song about the magic of first love.
A new study suggests people who speak two languages have more gray matter in the executive control region of the brain.
The official announcement was made at the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, by the State Minister for Culture, KC Joseph.
Even polished professionals lose their cool on occasion, but the next time you feel a blue streak coming on, consider these tips on the long-term effects of swearing.
Mona Doctor-Pingel and her partner architect Poppo Pingel believe there is only one way to build – for the five senses.
People who are interested in mastering the art of public speaking can adopt the following traits.
Rohan Khadse and his partner, Vishal Rao feel the effects of US Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage may trickle down to India someday.
A blue whale that lost its way. Villagers who did everything they could to save their devmasa. The story of a heroic struggle on a beach near Mumbai.
Vinod Kumar, 18, a caretaker at an Arya Samaj Mandir, New Delhi on moving from his village Kheri Gaun to Delhi.
Researchers have found that those who suffer defeat or are in negative emotional states tend to crave sweets more than those in a positive frame of mind.
With new sites exclusively dedicated to different target groups, the consumers are getting plenty of choices to select exactly what they want.
You can keep the following tricks in mind when travelling with your dog to help them experience fewer nauseating moments.