Prematurely born babies likely to have socially withdrawn personality as adults

Babies born very prematurely are more likely to have socially withdrawn personalities as adults, a new study has found.

Exercise, healthy food prevent knee pain in adults with diabetes

As per a new study by medical researchers, regular exercise and healthy food habits may reduce the short-term onset of knee pain for overweight adults with type 2 diabetes.

Youngsters are ageing faster than ever: Study

If you are young but look old, chances are that you might have actually turned old. It has been found that age-related decline is already happening in young adults who are decades away from developing age-related diseases, new research says.

Healthy lifestyle halves the risk of heart failure post age 65

 A new study has revealed that people who follow healthy lifestyle avoid obesity and are half likely to have heart failure than those who have zero or low-risk factors after turning 65.

Drinking problem and promiscuity can be predicted: Study

It can be predicted if young adults are prone to developing problem drinking or engage in risky sexual behaviour in response to stress, says a new study.

Bus carrying British children crashes in Belgium, driver dead

 A British bus with 34 children on board overturned and crashed on a motorway in Belgium on Sunday morning, killing a driver, a local mayor said.

New male circumcision device gets WHO nod

A new voluntary male circumcision device that does away with sutures, involves minimal bleeding and is disposable has been approved by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for use.

Living in a disadvantaged city ups suicide risk

 Adults living in cities with more socio-economic disadvantages have higher chances of suicidal death than adults living in less-disadvantaged cities, says new research.

Long-term depression may double stroke risk: Study

Long-term depression may double the risk of stroke for middle-aged adults, according to a new research.

Infants find their voice in company of other babies
Infants find their voice in company of other babies

All new mothers, please take note! Ensure that you put your six-month-old baby in the company of other babies and not adults. This is to prepare them to "find their own voice" sooner.

Tyga finds Kylie more mature than most adults
Tyga finds Kylie more mature than most adults

 Rapper Tyga reportedly thinks 17-year-old reality TV star Kylie Jenner is more mature than most adults.

Mobility devices on the rise among older adults

About one-quarter of adults aged 65 years and older used mobility devices -- such as canes, walkers, and wheel chairs -- in 2011, and about a third of these reported using multiple devices, a study finds.

Babies and adults feel pain alike

In the world's first study, which used MRI used to analyze infant pain, scientists have found that babies' feel pain just like adults.

Behavioural disorder more common in sexually abused kids

Adults who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to report sexual and physical abused before they turned 16 than their peers, says a study.

Neanderthals tore apart bodies soon after death, shows study

An analysis of fossil remains has suggested that the Neanderthals manipulated the bodies of adults and children shortly after death.

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Malnourished children prone to diabetes, heart disease as adults

A new study in baboons sheds light on why people who are malnourished in early childhood often experience poor health as adults.

Even kids won't help if others are around
Even kids won't help if others are around

Children as young as five are less likely to help a person in need when other children are present and available to help, new research shows.

Relax! Adults only catch flu about twice a decade

Adults over the age of 30 only catch flu about once every five years, researchers have calculated.

Adulthood begins at 25: Study

People do not become adults until the age of 25, suggests a new research which found that adolescent desires of sensation-seeking in the brain may last for longer than previously thought.