New Delhi, Sep 18 (IANS) A new hashtag #WeMetOnTwitter is trending now with hilarious memes, jokes, and GIFs on social media platforms.  

Too much coffee during pregnancy bad for baby's liver: Study

Too much coffee during pregnancy bad for baby's liver: Study

New Delhi, July 25 (IANS) Ladies, limit your tea or coffee intake if you're expecting, as researchers have found that excess caffeine intake during pregnancy may impair baby's liver development and increase the risk of liver disease in adulthood.  

UP emerges as new Bollywood destination (IANS Special)

UP emerges as new Bollywood destination (IANS Special)

Lucknow, June 25 (IANS) Uttar Pradesh is emerging as the new Bollywood destination as A-listers have opted to shoot their films in the state and filmmakers are also busy exploring virgin locations. Officials say that the film-friendly policies and favourable conditions have envinced interest in shooting in the state.  

How to protect coloured hair from summer sun

How to protect coloured hair from summer sun

New Delhi, June 4 (IANS) People with coloured hair need to take extra care during summer as there is a possibility of the colour fading faster, says experts.  

Kids who nap are happier with fewer behavioural problems

Kids who nap are happier with fewer behavioural problems

New York, June 1 (IANS) Kids who take 30-to-60 minute mid-day naps at least three times a week are happier and have more self-control and grit. They also display fewer behavioural problems as compared to children who skip afternoon naps, says a study.  

Body shaming leads to more weight gain in kids

Body shaming leads to more weight gain in kids

New York, May 30 (IANS) Teasing and bullying overweight children could act as a catalyst in further increasing their weight by 33 per cent, compared to obese kids who do not suffer body shaming, a study suggests.  

Hair care mistakes that you can easily avoid

Hair care mistakes that you can easily avoid

New Delhi, April 29 (IANS) You may care a lot about your hair, but may be unintentionally making mistakes that can take a toll on your mane.  

Moral decisions linked to brain activity: Study

Moral decisions linked to brain activity: Study

Washington, April 19 (IANS) What makes our decisions morally just or objectionable? It is the brain activity that is responsible for the differences in our moral behaviour, reveals a new study.