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‘More TV time means less sleep for kids’

Each additional hour of television viewing was associated with seven fewer minutes of sleep daily, researchers found.


Designers swear by comfort on day two of WLIFW 2014

From flowy garments, flat footwears to soothing colour palette, fashion designers on day two of the ongoing Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WLIFW) Autumn/Winter 2014 concentrated on the comfort factor.


Five women scientists to get UN award

Award recognise the women scientists for their considerable talent, choice of an unusual career path in a male dominated arena.


Friends common source of abused medicines: US study

The study was published online Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine.


Eating fish can boost good cholesterol levels

Intake of fatty fish with High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases.


Texting and walking more dangerous than texting while driving

While talking on the phone is a distraction, texting is much more dangerous because you can’t see the path in front of you.


Brain injury may be present even without symptoms

The study was published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.

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Classic blues, black dominate wet Oscar red carpet

Best supporting actress nominee Lupita Nyong’o did not disappoint at the Oscars.


New live imaging technique shows how brain works

The current study addresses these challenges by using the occurrence of a phenomenon called Forster resonance energy transfer, or FRET.


Dark chocolate boosts heart health: Study

The study was published in The FASEB Journal.


Breastfeeding may boost IQ in babies, scientists say

The study was published in The Journal of Pediatrics.

The study now identifies an easy to implement and cost effective intervention - come talk and sing to your baby to improve outcomes, Vohr said.

Premature infants benefit from adult talk

At 32 weeks and 36 weeks, staff recorded the NICU environment for 16 hours with a Language Environment Analysis (LENA) microprocessor.

It's important that children get the proper amount of exercise in order to strengthen their bones early in life, said Caird.

Obese kids at greater risk of injuries, surgery complications

Studies have suggested that high-fat diets may interfere with the absorption of calcium in the intestines, making bones more fragile.


Dogs process emotions in similar way to humans

The voice area of dogs responds more strongly to other dogs while that of humans responds more strongly to other humans.