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Humans' well-being lies in resting more!

Rest – a much broader category than sleep – has physical, mental and spiritual components, the study said.  

Humans need more rest for better well-being

According to the world's largest survey of more than 18,000 people from 134 different countries on this topic, over two thirds (68 per cent) of the public would like more rest.

Is listening to sad music a good option when you're in grief?

But can sad music make you overcome your grief? A new study belives the answer to this is yes, but with a catch.

Former England fast bowler Frank Tyson dies aged 85

 Frank Tyson, the former England cricketer regarded as one of the fastest bowlers of all time, has died at the age of 85.

Vatican cricket team's first foreign tour ends 2-3

Vatican cricket team's first foreign tour ends 2-3

The Vatican's first cricket team, having seven Indian players, notched up two impressive wins in five matches on their first foreign tour, but ended their campaign by losing to the formidable Church of England side.

Wolf DNA to explain dog`s devotion to man

Ancient wolf`s DNA could help scientists figure out how our ancestors tamed the predators to become devoted to man.

Indian birds under threat from climate change: Study

Climate change is threatening the survival of a number of Asian bird species, including those in India, a new study warns.

Brit scholar slams papyrus text that claimed Jesus had wife as `fake`

The papyrus has sparked debate among academics but Watson believes it to be a forgery.

Child brain study to help understand autism

Five-month-old Ricky Kimber is taking part in a study that will help researchers understand how babies learn from others and give clues about development of autism.

Now a course on `Harry Potter` at Durham University

`Harry Potter` fans now have the chance to study about their favourite teen wizard as Durham University has introduced a one of its kind course on the popular character.