- HealthStudy finds Low Vitamin D may up risk of renal disease in lupus patients
Low levels of Vitamin D are associated with higher incidence of end-stage renal disease in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus or lupus, researchers claimed to have found.Lifestyle NewsThis is what makes Americans 'feel most loved'
Americans feel most loved with small, non-romantic gestures -- like someone showing compassion or snuggling a child, while possessive behaviour is seen as the least loving, finds a survey.HealthVitamin D can help burn victims, reduce scarring: Study
The process of healing burns and reducing scars can be hastened with the use of Vitamin D supplements, a new study has found.HealthHormone therapy may boost working memory in women
Undergoing a type of hormone replacement therapy -- used for menopausal treatment -- may help protect as well as improve working memory for some women as they age, according to a new study.HealthBeware, Infertility increases death risk in women, says new Study
Women with a history of infertility have a 10 per cent increased risk of dying due to breast cancer and diabetes compared to women without fertility issues, finds a new study.HealthStudy: Social media use may not affect mental health of young generation
The study found no evidence supporting the view that the amount of time spent on social media increases mental health problems, such as loneliness, decreased empathy and social anxiety.HealthScientists decode mechanism to help quit unwanted thoughts
Scientists have identified a key chemical within the "memory" region of the brain that allows us to suppress unwanted thoughts.FoodAnd Khichdi got cooked!
Cooking Khichdi at World Food India 2017 was supposed to be a world record attempt by Sanjeev Kapoor, thanks to social media the dish became a victim of fake viral news and debates kicked off whether it should be made India's national dish.FoodKhichdi is not going to be India's national food
Amid buzzing reports on Khichdi being considered as the national food of India, the government has finally refuted all claims.