Marriage may be key to beating alcoholism
Research on alcohol-use disorders consistently shows problem drinking decreases as we age.
Scientific achievements are perceived as per description: Study
New York, Oct 19 (IANS) Perceptions about inventions and inventors are shaped by how they are described, shows a new study.
High-stressed jobs can lead to early grave
New York, Oct 17 (IANS) If you are in a high-stress job with little or no control over the work flow, chances are you are heading towards innumerable health conditions -- even an early death -- than those who...
'The Girl on the Train' review: Emily Blunt's performance will keep you invested
The twisted and voyeuristic tale is bound to leave you gasping for breath.
Now, an app to help you fight anxiety & depression
The sufferers can instantly connect and chat with guidance psychologists of ePsyClinic.
Good liars have better thinking skills: Study
Researchers have discovered that working memory helps children tell better lies.
Toddlers using touchscreens develop better motor skills
London, Sep 14 (IANS) Has your toddler started playing around with the touchscreen tablet, yet? It's good, if the child has, as his/her active scrolling of the screen would increase finer motor control, says a recent study.
Driving angrily may increase risk of crash
Toronto, Sep 14 (IANS) Do you get angry or aggressive while driving? Beware, you may be at an increased risk of being in a motor vehicle collision than those who do not get angry while driving, a study has found.
Educational, experience disparities may affect worker's commitment
New York, Sep 11 (IANS) Disparities in experience and education among younger supervisors and older subordinates may influence a worker's commitment toward their organisations, finds an interesting study.
Don't do 'psychological analysis' of rape, Narendra Modi to Opposition
The Prime Minister said women, who constituted half the population, should be made "active participants" in development.
Gold to break below psychological level of $1,000, may fall further: Bernard Aw, market strategist, IG
In an interview with ET Now, Bernard Aw, market strategist, IG, shares his views on the commodities slump and the state of large emerging markets.
Telling yourself 'I can do better' works, says study
The study says that great improvements were seen in people involved in activities like self-talk and imagery-process.
Teenagers with antisocial behaviour may have brain abnormalities
The researchers say that conduct disorder can be a real psychiatric disorder and not just an exaggerated form of teenage rebellion.
Having sex once a week is enough for couples
The study found that even daily intercourse doesn’t correlate with marital bliss & happiness wasn’t directly proportional to sex.
If you felt dogs like cuddling, you are wrong!
When a dog is especially anxious it bares its teeth or may bite, but there are also 'subtler indicators' that it may be uncomfortable.
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