We all want to eat food that not only improves our health but also played some role in making us look beautiful. Isn’t it so?
Whether you call it an “earworm” or simply say that you’ve got a tune latched onto your subconscious mind, new research demonstrates there’s an approach to battle this wonder, and its as straightforward as biting a bit of gum.
In a recent study, research carried out by neurologist Michelle Monje at Stanford found out numerous dangerous types of cancerous cell seem to multipart the more you think.
Peanut butter, irresistibly, is a lethal combination of flavours that make the spread near-impossible to stop eating after a single spoonful.
A new study finds long-term exposure to air pollution – even at low levels – may lead to brain damage that is a marker of age-related cognitive impairment and other neurological conditions.
People with demanding jobs can live up to three years longer after being affected by a common form of dementia, say researchers.
Washington: An Indian computer science PhD student from Hyderabad underwent brain surgery to find what she jokingly called her “evil twin sister who’s been torturing me for the past 26 years”.
Now that winter weather is behind us, conversations with friends and co-workers are noticeably cheerier and there’s a bit more spring in our step.
Washington: A new study has revealed that asthma maybe cured in the next five years after drug breakthrough.
London-If you are taking yogurt daily in the hope that it would help you lose weight and strengthen your bones, you could well be putting your efforts in the wrong place.