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Aggression and autism have this thing in common – Know what!

Aggression and autism have this thing in common – Know what!

The smaller the brain stem, the greater the likelihood of aggression in children, with autism.

One step at a time: Your walk can reveal your aggression!

Yes! A new study has found that the exaggerated movement of both the upper and lower body indicates aggression.

Hinduism does not allow conversion by aggression: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Hinduism does not allow conversion by aggression: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Hindu tradition does not allow conversion by means that amount to aggression on an individual's human rights, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has said, emphasising that Hinduism is not a religion but a tradition which believes in accepting and respecting all identities.

Why hot climate fuels aggression, violence

Why hot climate fuels aggression, violence

 The combination of a hot climate and less variation in seasonal temperatures leads to a faster life strategy, less focus on the future and less self-control -- all of which contribute to more aggression and violence, according to a new model that explains the link between climate and crime rates.

Omega-3 fatty acids can reduce aggression in kids!

A new study suggests that children should consume foods that contains rich amount of Omega-3 fatty acids in it as it helps to reduce extreme aggression in them.

Indian men have shorter lives than women

The survey, conducted by International Society for Men Health, also stated that one in two men, while one in three women, will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.  

Help your child deal with bullying!

Bullying is a specific interaction which builds on a power imbalance between peers.

Short winter days make women aggressive?

 The hormone called melatonin acts directly on the adrenal glands in females to trigger a “seasonal aggression switch” from hormones in the gonads to hormones in the adrenal glands.

Bubba Watson inspired by Jason Day aggression, but not at East Lake

Bubba Watson inspired by Jason Day aggression, but not at East Lake

Two-times Masters winner Bubba Watson says he has learned a valuable lesson from Jason Day about aggression.