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.

How much sleep do we really need?

The National Sleep Foundation in the US has done an extensive research and chalked out guidelines on how much sleep you really need at each age.

Mothers actually speak less clearly to their babies

Contrary to the common perception that elders need to talk to babies in simpler words, new research suggests they may actually speak less clearly to their infants than they do to adults.

Teens' love for technology responsible for addiction as adults
Teens' love for technology responsible for addiction as adults

Teenagers' love for technology is the reason behind addition to it later in their lives.

Prenatal exposure to antidepressants causes adult anxiety in offsprings

 Scientists have found that early exposure to antidepressants may not be good for the offsprings as adults.

Obesity causes almost 500,000 new cancer cases worldwide yearly

 In a new study, scientists have discovered that obesity leads to around 481 000 new cancer cases every year in adults, or 3.6 percent of cancers worldwide.

Teenage self-harm leads to mental problems in adulthood

Those who inflict harm upon themselves as teenagers face an increased risk of developing mental health and substance misuse problems as adults, a research has revealed.

Toddlers regulate behaviour to avoid making adults angry
Toddlers regulate behaviour to avoid making adults angry

Children as young as 15 months can detect anger when watching other people's social interactions and then use that emotional information to guide their own behaviour, scientists say.

Bad sleep quality, not duration, triggers insomnia

Sleep problems like insomnia being reported among the elderly are more likely because of bad sleep quality and not their duration.

Sandwiches major contributor to dietary sodium intake

Scientists have found that on any given day 49 per cent of US adults eat at least one sandwich, and sandwiches account for one-fifth of their total daily sodium intake.

Toddlers know how not to make adults angry

Children as young as 15 months can detect anger when watching other people's social interactions and then use that emotional information to guide their own behaviour, shows new research.

Toddlers know how not to make adults angry

Children as young as 15 months can detect anger when watching other people's social interactions and then use that emotional information to guide their own behaviour, shows new research.

Why are Americans more depressed today

US citizens are more depressed now than they have been in decades but most of them are not aware of their conditions, says a new study.

Daily meditation may reduce migraine pain

For those suffering from migraine attacks, daily meditation might be a good idea for instant relief.

Kids can control food craving by using cognitive strategy

A new study has revealed children show stronger food craving than adolescents and adults, but they are also able to use a cognitive strategy that reduces craving.

Reason behind `cow milk allergy` revealed

A new study has unraveled what makes cow milk allergenic to children and in adults.

Adults with autism at higher risk of sexual victimisation

Adults with autism are at a higher risk of sexual victimisation due to lack of sex education, a new study has warned.

Gut bacteria might increase obesity risk in adults

A new study has suggested that microbes found in the gut might cause metabolic changes that increase the risk of obesity in adulthood.