Could daylight savings promote kids' fitness?25/10/2014 13:53
Less evening light could reduce childen's activity levels, according to a meta-analysis by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University of Bristol in the UK that makes a case against setting the clocks back in autumn.
Gossip could promote personal self-discovery and growth: study25/10/2014 9:42
Our penchant for gossip is sometimes referred to as the root of all evil, but it can help us adapt to a new social environment, help us improve on ourselves and reveal potential threats, according to a new study at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
Trend alert: 'Health Goth' goes mainstream25/10/2014 2:40
After normcore comes the latest fashionista trend: this season's obsession is 'health goth' a sporty, gluten-free version of classic gothic street culture.
Things to do before washing your hair23/10/2014 16:53
Oiling your hair is one of the most important steps of hair care regime. Going for a hot oil hair massage before taking a bath is always a good idea.
Google offers peek into Bhutan with Street View launch23/10/2014 15:11
Google provided a sneak peek into Bhutan Thursday by unveiling a Street View project for the remote Himalayan kingdom, featuring panoramic views of its majestic mountains, monasteries and crystal-clear rivers.
The Ritz is the most popular hotel in London for multimillionaires23/10/2014 12:38
Where do the world’s mega-rich travelers rest their heads when they stay in London? According to a newly released report, that would be The Ritz London, which drew the most multimillionaires of any other luxury hotel in the city over the past year.
New smart fertility monitor claims advanced precision23/10/2014 12:09
Smart thermometers that indicate a woman's most fertile days based on tracking basal body temperature are becoming numerous but the Daysy, which recently became available for purchase in North America