Warm water

Watch: This is why you should drink warm water every morning!

Water is an essential part of our daily lives and however hard we may try, we always seem to fall short of the adequate amount to keep us hydrated.

Mar 14, 2016, 11:35 AM IST

Here is why you shouldn't eat raw veggies, drink cold water!

Cooking softens foods, thereby allowing to digest food without having to spend huge amount of energy.

Feb 27, 2016, 17:22 PM IST
El Niño getting stronger, could cause 'mayhem'

El Niño getting stronger, could cause 'mayhem'

Warm water sloshing from the western Pacific towards the Americas has strengthened El Niño in the past several months.

Aug 07, 2015, 17:54 PM IST
Warm ocean water causing significant melting of Antarctic glacier

Warm ocean water causing significant melting of Antarctic glacier

 A team of researchers have discovered a valley underneath East Antarctica's most rapidly-changing glacier that delivers warm water to the base of the ice that is causing significant melting.

Mar 17, 2015, 11:48 AM IST

Why cold blooded animals grow smaller in warm water?

Ever wondered why cold blooded animals grow bigger in the warm weather on land, but smaller in warm water? The availability of oxygen may hold the key, finds a new study.

Feb 16, 2015, 19:08 PM IST

Warm ocean water main culprit behind melting ice shelf

Researchers have said that warm ocean water, and not warm air, is melting the Pine Island Glacier`s floating ice shelf in Antarctica and could be blamed for increased melting of other ice shelves.

Sep 13, 2013, 21:22 PM IST

Soybeans soaked in warm water naturally release key cancer-fighting substance

An Indian origin scientist and his colleagues have said that soybeans soaking in warm water could become a new “green” source for production of a cancer-fighting substance currently manufactured in a complicated and time-consuming industrial process.

May 10, 2012, 11:46 AM IST

Antarctic ice melting from warm water below: Study

Antarctica`s massive ice shelves are shrinking because they are being eaten away from below by warm water, a new study finds. That suggests that future sea levels could rise faster than many scientists have been predicting.

Apr 26, 2012, 09:31 AM IST