Expanding waistline and straining eyes are among negatives keeping employees with desk job from being completely content.
Lonely people are more likely to disclose sensitive personal information on Facebook, according to a new study.
A project that got 10 artists from across mediums to collaborate and produce an art work over one month, is out with an experimental film.
Delhi features in an online exhibition of Edwin Lutyens’ vast body of work.
Through abstract paintings and installations, artist Shridhar Iyer gives form to Kabir’s poems.
The researchers noted that people usually pick spouses with similar backgrounds.
Beyond making smarter choices in life, intelligent people also have biology working in their favour, says study.
Vagus nerve stimulation is already used today to treat epilepsy and, in some cases, depression.
In one of the most challenging bicycle races in India, a bunch of women outperform men and put all stereotypes to rest.
You could spend the summer watching the telly. Or you could have an adventure. We offer a few suggestions.
Researchers agreed that the way and context in which alcohol is portrayed might play a role in the effects of movie alcohol portrayals.
It seems the first requirement is they be people who share, if not your outlook on life at least a fondness for the same TV shows or books.
Boiler Room, the world’s leading underground electronic music channel, plans to open an India chapter.
The 11 participants in the study were undergoing deep brain stimulation (DBS) treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Mother’s Day is finally over, and that means people will change their profile pictures from blurry childhood pictures back to pouting group selfies.
The researchers concluded that active participation on Facebook was key in producing a sense of belonging among social media users.
On Mother’s Day, Express LOL celebrates the funniest cards and cartoons wishing the most important women in the world a Happy Mother’s Day.
Shorter men are more likely to have lower blood insulin levels and less cancer.
People can fool others by pretending to laugh at their jokes just over one-third of the time: Research.
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