Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 16 (ANI): A Japanese researcher team has found when horses face problems that they cannot solve, they use visual and tactile signals -- touching and pushing -- to get human attention and ask for help.
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 16 (ANI): A recent study reveals teenagers spending more than five hours on digital devices like tablets, smartphones and television are 43 percent more likely to become obese compared with adolescents who do not spend time on these devices.
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 14 (ANI): Be it an optimist or pessimist, as the moment of uncertain news draws nearer and nearer, bracing for the worst comes as second nature to optimists and pessimists alike.
New Delhi [India], Dec 13 (ANI): The iconic American lifestyle brand Zippo is set to "rock on" in India as it today unveiled the artwork of its exclusive limited edition 'Rock On! 2' windproof lighter.
New Delhi [India], Dec. 13 (ANI): Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi took a giant step towards creating a more child friendly environment by bringing together Nobel laureates and leaders from around the world for 'Laureates and Leaders for Children: Summit 2016', which happened recently in the national capital.
Gurugram [India], Dec. 13 (ANI): The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) India, an initiative supported by PwC , which helps social entrepreneurs to start a social impact project, recently invited investors to raise funds for 16 entrepreneurs at the Social Impact Funding Forum i2i - 'Invest to Impact' in Gurugram.
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 13 (ANI): That pre-sliced pieces of lime in your festive gin or non-alcoholic beverage in bars and restaurants might not be the best thing as these slices may cause infectious diseases at various body sites, warns a new study.
Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 13 (ANI): Underage college-goers, who frequently go to bars and parties, booze five or more drinks in a row, are more likely to have sexually assaulted a woman in the first five semesters of college, warns a new study.
Washington D.C [US], Dec.12 (ANI): In a recent study published in Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, researchers have estimated that some 15 percent of people living with HIV remain unaware of their infection.