Multi-tasking may actually improve performance

Those who say you cannot do two things at once and do them both well may actually be wrong, says a new study that recorded benefits of multi-tasking on exercise.

Multi-tasking could damage your brain: Study

Multi-tasking can hamper your performance and may even damage your brain, claim researchers from Stanford University.

Now, app to help you be at two places at once

A new app called Zabosu, claims to help you to multitask from two different places.

Why mindfulness is good for you

Most of us, in the hustle of day-to-day life, miss the state of `mindfulness` in our being. In the rush to fulfil our daily necessary tasks, we do many things at a time, which in turn has turned us into masters of multi-tasking.

Watch your diet, you multi-tasking women!

Research indicates that women who are too busy to focus on their food intake are more likely to succumb to impulsive eating and spontaneous food purchasing.

Zayed Khan goes multi-tasking

Actor Zayed Khan, who is making a comeback though his maiden production venture `Love Breakups Zindagi`, is busy multi-tasking which involves reorganising his acting career and coping with fatherhood.

Older brains less nimble at multi-tasking: Study

One`s ability to move from one task to another in quick succession becomes more difficult with age.

Older brains less nimble at multi-tasking: Study

One`s ability to move from one task to another in quick succession becomes more difficult with age.