Stressed marriage could result in your waist expanding: Study

Washington D.C. [US], Oct. 14 (ANI): A recent research carried out at the University of Michigan examined how the negative quality of marriage can be a contributing factor to weight gain, possibly leading to obesity, when couples are stressed.

Updated: Oct 14, 2016 16:27 IST

Study explains association between marriage attitudes and sexual behaviours

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 14 (ANI): A recent research conducted at the University of Missouri has found that attitudes and desires about marriage can place young people on trajectories toward or away from healthy sexua behaviours .

Updated: Oct 14, 2016 14:09 IST

Fear of rejection in early life can lead to poor adult health

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 14 (ANI): Low socio-economic status and fear of abandonment early in life can lead to poor health in adulthood, regardless of adult socio-economic status, suggests a new study at the Rice University.

Updated: Oct 14, 2016 14:06 IST

Amity acquires 170 acre campus in New York

Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Oct.13 (ANI): Amity has announced the acquisition of a 170 acre waterfront campus from St. John's University located in Oakdale, Long Island, New York.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 23:32 IST

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 21:22 IST

Here's how you can get flawless look for this Diwali

New Delhi [India], Oct. 13 (ANI): With Diwali just round the corner, you can get a flawless look with these simple yet very useful make-up tips this season.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 20:42 IST

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 20:31 IST

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University welcomes 573 new students

Oita [Japan], Oct.13 (ANI): Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan's leading international University, welcomed 573 new students from 52 countries and regions around the world in an energetic entrance ceremony held recently.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 18:41 IST

India's academic 'gender gap' is same as US: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): Academically talented girls inthe United States surpass boys in language performance and are narrowing the gap with their male counterparts in math achievement, according to new research from the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP).

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 17:44 IST

Playing excessive video games may be detrimental for kids

Washington D.C [USA], Oct.13 (ANI): A new study indicates that playing video games for a limited amount of time each week may provide benefits to children, but too much can be detrimental.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 17:44 IST

Smartphone usage around kids may have adverse impact on them

Washington D.C [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): Parents' use of mobile technology around young children may be causing internal tension, conflicts and negative interactions with their kids, suggests a recent study.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 17:44 IST

Anti-depressants intake during pregnancy linked with language disorders in kids

Washington D.C. [US], Oct. 13 (ANI): Mothers, who consume anti-depressants at least twice during pregnancy, had a 37 percent increased risk of speech and language disorders among their offspring as compared to those with depression and other psychiatric disorders, who were not treated with antidepressants, found a recent research.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 17:44 IST

Excess consumption of marijuana may lead to bone diseases, fractures

Washington D.C [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): A recent study has found that people, who regularly smoke large amounts of cannabis have reduced bone density and are more prone to fractures.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 16:45 IST

Obesity in mothers could lead to high blood pressure risk in offsprings

Washington D.C. [India], Oct. 13 (ANI): Exposure of babies to high levels of the satiety hormone, Leptin, in the womb irreversibly activates receptors in the brain that regulate blood pressure and this activation may lead to a lifelong increased risk of high blood pressure and kidney disease, according to a new study by researchers from King's College London.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 16:33 IST

Food contamination can be checked by turning off lights

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): Purdue University researchers have engineered a new detection method that would enable them to traces E. coli (bacteria) contamination in food by turning off the lights to see if the bacteria glow in the dark.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 15:45 IST

Exercise beneficial for patients with type 1 diabetes

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): Type 1 diabetes (T1D) patients on insulin pumps stand to benefit by engaging in aerobic exercise, showed a recent three-month observational study on two groups of diabetics.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 14:07 IST

New study uses brain receptors to suppress cocaine addiction

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 13 (ANI): Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) have used viruses to infect neurons with genes that allow them to switch on brain receptors involved in suppressing addiction relapse.

Updated: Oct 13, 2016 14:07 IST

Delhi Crafts Council presents 'Sarees of India 2016: Innovating Tradition'

New Delhi [India], Oct. 12 (ANI): Delhi Crafts Council (DCC) is all set to organize 'Sarees of India: Innovating Tradition', a three-day exhibition that brings together a carefully curated collection of handcrafted sarees from across the country.

Updated: Oct 12, 2016 22:32 IST

New solar powered health care screening kits launched for the Indian armed forces

New Delhi [India], Oct. 12 (ANI): In order to bridge the digital gap in the existing healthcare delivery eco-system, Medi Tech Innovations, a health-care IT start-up has launched the 'Solar Powered Health Care Screening Kits' for the Indian armed forces and para-military.

Updated: Oct 12, 2016 22:15 IST

Kids indulge in overeating courtesy television ads

Washington [USA], Oct. 12 (ANI): Exposure to food ads on television leads to overeating among children, especially those genetically predisposed to obesity, finds out researchers at Dartmouth's Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

Updated: Oct 12, 2016 20:29 IST