Punishing children for bedwetting won’t solve the problem and may make it worse, researchers say.
Regardless of IQ, people who work at complex jobs have a slightly higher chance of being better thinkers as they age, says study.
Stressed people go to great lengths to satisfy their desire to indulge.
Merry Christmas! Here's some Christmas wisdom wrapped up in 10 interesting quotes.
People with fewer friends on Facebook raise more money for charity than those with lots of connections.
It's fun to scroll through and click on various elements of the Google Santa tracker as it's a perfect educational tool for the kids.
Alcohol use increases suicide risk among women, especially those who have symptoms of insomnia such as sleep disturbance and daytime tiredness, shows research.
How you sleep with your partner may decide how your love life is going to be in the future.
Will you send an online greeting or a sentimental real paper card with pictures of the family and a special note?
It would be a better idea to read paper books before sleeping as use of e-readers can adversely impact overall health.
The latest Google Doodle celebrates the first day of Christmas holiday season.
Success is a very subjective term. According to me, success is living a happy and fulfilled life, writes bestselling author Siddhartha Sharma.
An expert from in Britain has developed a social network platform called 'Sleepful' to help insomniacs access online a promising "talking therapy".
Small number of older adults use technology as tools to better manage Type 2 diabetes, shows a study.
New research suggests our houses are not as tidy as we think.
If your infant is not sleeping through the night, it may not be a reason to panic as sleep patterns of infants vary for at least the first three years of life, says a new study. “Practitioners can help parents understand that ‘sleeping through the night’ is not entirely likely in young infants and that […]
Definition of emotions such as shame and pride have remained vague as our society treats emotion as a negligible and largely destructive matter.
Researchers have found that the ability of some breathalyzers, used to detect unsafe levels of alcohol in blood while driving, varies considerably.
Parents could be putting their children's lives at risk if they buy them a cheap and old car, say researchers.
The exhibition is being organised in a run-up to Vajpayee's 90th birthday and it is on till Dec 25 and is open to the public.
When children witness "good" or "bad" behaviour, their brains show an immediate emotional response.
Personality is more important than intelligence when it comes to academic success, new research says.
Sex behind the wheel can distract young drivers, leading to over-speeding and even a crash in some cases.
The researchers found that weight loss was related to how often individuals weighed themselves.
Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression.
Researchers have found that more frequent hugs protect stressed people from getting sick.
A natural desire to try and replicate what our neighbours or friends are doing could be behind the bad decisions that we end up taking.
A bunch of youngsters transform a basketball field into a performance stage as they use their basketballs as musical instruments.
If you are unable to hit the gym or go on a morning walk, begin yoga at home to cut your cardiovascular disease risk.
Serve your husband some spicy food if you want some real action between the sheets tonight.
Researchers have revealed how to print a 3D Christmas tree efficiently and with zero material waste.
Not just mothers, even fathers go through hormonal changes as the date of delivery comes closer, finds a study.
Study says feeling sprightly might suggest a person has more time left than people who feel their age or older.
From the interiors of Kutch, illustrator Radhaben Garva tells the stories and struggles of rural women.
A photography exhibition documents the history of rock and roll through some of the most passionate moments of world legends.
Curator Jitish Kallat wanted to turn Kochi into a pier from where artists would view the world. For some artists at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale the city became an edifice, with its heritage, myths and even odour.