Parents feel guilty using cellphone while kids play: Study

If you spend a lot of time taking calls or texting friends while watching a game your kid is playing, the experience can actually make you feel guilty, says a new study.

The Beatles didn't start musical revolution in US: Study
The Beatles didn't start musical revolution in US: Study

Contrary to popular belief, the so-called "British Invasion" of US pop music by groups like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones did not start rock revolution, researchers have found.

Study says phablets eating phones, tablets
Study says phablets eating phones, tablets

According to a new report from Yahoo-owned mobile analytics firm Flurry, smartphone users are increasingly buying phablets as they spend less time talking on the phone and more on screens while playing games, reading or chatting with friends.

Delhi's poisonous air detrimental to even unborn baby's health: Study

Exposure to air pollution in the womb is highly dangerous for the baby as it may affect its brain's processing speeds and can cause behavioural problems, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms, and in some cases a premature baby may be born.

Boys, girls are equal in number at conception: study

vBoys and girls are equal in number at conception, but more female fetuses die during pregnancy, leading to a slightly higher number of males being born, researchers said Monday.

Here's how you can make a woman happy
Here's how you can make a woman happy

It is definitely not easy to please a woman but there are certain things which can make a woman happy.

More and more women picking 'live-in' relationship over 'marriage'
More and more women picking 'live-in' relationship over 'marriage'

More and more are going for live-in relationship than getting married, claims a new study.

77 percent of 'unfaithful' people believe in 'true love'
77 percent of 'unfaithful' people believe in 'true love'

A new study has recently revealed that around 77 percent people, who are cheat and unfaithful, believe that true love exists.

Paul McCartney finds making 'The Beatles' part of study course 'ridiculous'
Paul McCartney finds making 'The Beatles' part of study course 'ridiculous'

 Paul McCartney thinks that making The Beatles part of a music study course is ridiculous.

Cheryl plans to study business?
Cheryl plans to study business?

Singer Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is reportedly keen to go back to school so she can help her husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini run his pop-up nightclub and restaurant Cosy Box.

Children's cartoons rife with violence: Study
Children's cartoons rife with violence: Study

The children's cartoons are "rife with death and destruction", with content akin to the "rampant horrors" of popular films for adults given restrictive age ratings, researchers have suggested in a study.

Its official! Women are more empathetic than men
Its official! Women are more empathetic than men

A new study has revealed that women are indeed better at empathy than men.

Amanda Bynes hopes to study psychology post recovery
Amanda Bynes hopes to study psychology post recovery

Amanda Bynes recently took to Twitter saying that she hopes to study psychology after she recovers.

Can your dog win your true love?
Can your dog win your true love?

You may take your dog for morning walks or to a vet when it feels sick but your canine may not get the kind of love you shower on your kid, found a small yet significant study.

Beyonce becomes subject of study at Harvard
Beyonce becomes subject of study at Harvard

Beyonce's self-titled fifth album is now a subject of study at the Harvard Business School. Professor of Business Administration Anita Elberse and her former student Stacie Smith has prepared a 27-page study on the success story of the album, which sold 80,000 copies in three hours of its release, reportedly.

Most Britons not satisfied with sex life

Most Britons are not satisfied with their sex life, a survey reveals.

Your friends may be your fourth cousins: US study

The truism that friends are the family you choose may be more accurate than you might suppose.

PDA becomes unacceptable when you`re older

A new study has claimed that Public Displays of Affection ( PDA) is unacceptable after a certain age.

Kolkata street girl going to US for study

A street child once, 19-year-old Angela Bernadette Ryle has now won a scholarship to Washington for a course on how to teach young children.