volunteers showed increased brain activity when exposed to orange light, but not blue light.
A proposed language family, Dene-Yeniseian suggest that there are common language elements between the two.
Shigmo is Goa’s answer to Holi and is the state’s biggest spring festival that lasts for 14 days.
Parents in 40 of the 55 families observed were absorbed in their mobile devices, according to the study.
Greater gender balance in the workplace helps companies to improve their organisational performance, operational results and overall market status.
Smokers who only viewed ads about how to quit smoking did not change their smoking habits or intentions to quit at either stage of the study.
Preschoolers and kindergartners can do some algebra even before entering a math class: study
INFID director Susan mantho, a practising lawyer, dwelt on quirkiness in styles and how to carry oneself comfortably with elan.
Let’s learn a little about the lives of the women around us, as told through the funniest e-cards we found on the internet.
Researchers said by 2013 the web had become an almost routine part of many people’s experience of health and illness.
Researchers have long recognised the powerful impact of peer/social influences and traditional media on the risk for eating disorders.
Findings are based on a study of the publication records of professors working at 50 North American universities.
Study suggests that people who said they were furious were at higher risk than those who said that they were merely moderately angry.
While talking on the phone is a distraction, texting is much more dangerous because you can’t see the path in front of you.
The study also revealed that even within the economic and operational togetherness, family members are closer on operational issues compared to more strategic or financial matters.
Research says that children can develop an attention deficit disorder if their mother’s use paracetamol during pregnancy.
Bereavement is recognised as a risk factor for death and is associated with cardiovascular events, researchers said.
While foodies can now tell their sushi from their sashimi, Japanese restaurants are putting out their finest and their minutiae on the table, for that pure dining experience.
At 32 weeks and 36 weeks, staff recorded the NICU environment for 16 hours with a Language Environment Analysis (LENA) microprocessor.
Studies have suggested that high-fat diets may interfere with the absorption of calcium in the intestines, making bones more fragile.
The app makes it easier and more efficient for doctors to manage care for their acute stroke patients.
The voice area of dogs responds more strongly to other dogs while that of humans responds more strongly to other humans.
Gino and Wiltermuth found that almost 59 per cent of the participants cheated by inflating their performance on the matrices in the experiment.
In study, researchers found a preference for “larger” sounding male voices, a finding that supports previous research.
US found that when older adults were asked to tell their life stories, they overwhelmingly highlighted the central influence of life transitions in their memories.
“One Love My Plan” application helps college-age women in abusive relationships clarify their priorities and customise personal safety plans.
Brain plasticity is the brain’s ability to flex and adapt, allowing for better learning.
Emily King, 26, developed the pillow that comes with the lips of a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) dummy sewn into the centre.
We’ve collected some of the funniest Valentine’s Day videos to come out of India. Whether you’re celebrating it or not, you’ll celebrate these for sure!
Research found that beauty stimulates the brain just like tasty food or good music.