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Women and men look at faces differently

Women and men look at faces differently

The way women look at things may differ significantly from how men see. Researchers have found that women and men look at faces and absorb visual information in different ways.

A little lie may make you a big liar

A little lie may make you a big liar

Telling self-serving lies may gradually lead people to a bigger one and finally push them down a slippery slope where their brains may start to adapt to the dishonesty, making deceit look much easier, an interesting study has revealed.

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft poised for sampling run to asteroid Bennu!(Watch trailer)

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft poised for sampling run to asteroid Bennu!(Watch trailer)

Bolted to the top of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will lift off on September 8, 2016, at 7:05 p.m. EDT, from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

Women have emotionally more intense nightmares than men

Women have emotionally more intense nightmares than men

Women not only have more nightmares than men, their nightmares are emotionally more intense than mens', finds a study.

Good grasp of native language may improve English skills

Good grasp of native language may improve English skills

Pre-schoolers experience significant improvements in their English skills when they have a good grasp of their mother-tongue or native language, according to a new study.

Cell phone use might lead to feeling less socially connected

Cell phone use might lead to feeling less socially connected

If you think that access to constant communication keeps you closer to your family, you might have the wrong impression as a new study has shown that cell phone use might actually lead to feeling less socially connected.

Do you know reading fiction may encourage empathy!

Do you know reading fiction may encourage empathy!

Reading fiction might be good for your mental health but exploring inner lives of characters like Jane Eyre or Anna Karenina can form ideas about others' emotions, motives and ideas, suggested a study.

Academic female physicians paid less than male counterparts—Know why

Academic female physicians paid less than male counterparts—Know why

Female academic physicians at public medical schools have lower average salaries than their male counterparts, reveals a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

Bright future! Energy saving behaviour spreads from children to parents

Bright future! Energy saving behaviour spreads from children to parents

Girl Scouts and their parents have reported an increase in energy-saving behaviours after the children participated in an intervention programme, revealed a study.

Outdoor learning! It helps boost your kids' quality of life

Outdoor learning! It helps boost your kids' quality of life

Parents, you may want to expose your kids to nature more as according to a recent study, it could yield extraordinary results.

Marijuana could be the cure to treat Alzheimer's, reveals study

Researchers say that this compound can contribute in the removal of toxic proteins in the brain, which are believed to start the development of Alzheimer's.

The surprising secret to discovering your true self

The surprising secret to discovering your true self

Waking up to who you are is not that hard; it just requires a little faith in free will, suggests a pair of studies.

Your smartphone may lose half of its value in a month: Study

Your smartphone may lose half of its value in a month: Study

While cars typically lost 20 per cent of their value a year after being driven off, money-draining smartphones went down up to 65 per cent of their value in just a month of being released, musicMagpie.co.uk reported on Thursday.

Meet 68-year-old Nepalese grandfather who goes back to school!

Meet 68-year-old Nepalese grandfather who goes back to school!

Humiliation bothers obese air travellers the most

Humiliation bothers obese air travellers the most

Feelings of shame and humiliation bother obese air passengers more than tight seat belts and tiny seats, says a study.

Smoking is definitely a male thing!

Smoking is definitely a male thing!

Although men and women are equally influenced by tobacco, males tend to smoke more than females, finds new research that investigated gender differences in tobacco use among hunter-gathering egalitarian tribes.

Why wives make more friends in late 30s while hubbies stay aloof

Why wives make more friends in late 30s while hubbies stay aloof

Ladies please take note! If your hubby does not feel like going to parties or social gatherings with you, do not fret especially if he is in his late 30s.

Addicted to porn? You are likely to feel OK about it

Addicted to porn? You are likely to feel OK about it

The people who are addicted to pornography are less likely to feel guilty or be uncomfortable with their addiction than those who use it less frequently, finds a new research.

Study reveals ocean circulation on distant Earth-like planets

Study reveals ocean circulation on distant Earth-like planets

"The number of planets being discovered outside our solar system is rapidly increasing. Our research helps to answer whether or not these planets could sustain alien life," said David Stevens from Britain's University of East Anglia (UEA). 
 

Study shows how oxygen can kill DNA

Study shows how oxygen can kill DNA

Human mutations in a gene encoding the DHTKD1 protein result in a range of neurological disturbances. On molecular level, the mutations cause accumulation of the reactive oxygen species (ROS) and degradation products of lysine and tryptophan, said the study published recently in the journal Free Radical Biology and Medicine.