Hitchhiking robot reaches journey's end in Canada22/8/2014 13:48
A chatty robot with an LED-lit smiley face sent hitchhiking across Canada this summer as part of a social experiment reached its final destination Thursday after several thousand kilometers on the road.
Be a smart sexter22/8/2014 13:24
Trying out sexting for the first time. Here are certain do's and don'ts to remember while you are making your first sexting move
Sleepless teens may pile on the pounds22/8/2014 10:51
Teens who think sleep is overrated should guess again, according to a recent study conducted at Columbia University in New York that suggests sleep deprivation during adolescence could lead to obesity.
Pick the right comb to get healthy hair21/8/2014 15:57
Dr Apoorva Shah, trichologist shares some tips about the right combs for your hair. He advises a wide-toothed wooden comb is usually ideal for all types and lengths of hair.
Botox may slow tumor growth in stomach cancer21/8/2014 13:59
Botox has frozen the faces of countless Hollywood stars, and international researchers said Wednesday the toxic injections might also be able to stop cancer in its tracks, at least temporarily.
Tickling the ear could lead to better heart health21/8/2014 9:55
Researchers at the University of Leeds say the ear could be the key to one's heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health.
Sony on the scent of a smartphone trend21/8/2014 9:44
The company is launching a perfume bottle-inspired selfie camera that can clip to the top of a smartphone and can be twisted to face forward or back.
Taking public transit to work may keep you fitter21/8/2014 7:33
A British study finds that walking, cycling and yes, even taking public transportation to work are associated with lower body weight and lower body fat composition when compared against those who drive.
Fat-loss superfoods that really work20/8/2014 16:59
Every day, we come across people discussing the health benefits of colourful vegetables and fruits, but not all are backed by strong research