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Myth busted! Excelling at crossword puzzles won't necessarily make you smarter
Myth busted! Excelling at crossword puzzles won't necessarily make you smarter

Playing brain-training games does not improve mental abilities or prevent age-related cognitive decline, shows study.

New cells in the retina, paving way to treat jet lag
New cells in the retina, paving way to treat jet lag

When lifestyle changes interfere with the biological clock, the result is sleepiness and an overall feeling of confusion.

Act early on chronic depression, else it may lead to dementia

Correlation of depression and dementia is an extremely complex issue.

Act early on chronic depression, else it may lead to dementia
Between the Lines
Vikram Achanta
Vikram Achanta
Co-Founder and CEO, Tulleeho
This woman is redefining flair bartending in India!
Aditya Malik
Aditya Malik
MD & CEO, Talentedge
It’s appraisal time – and here’s how you can keep your boss happy!
Abhinav Sharma
Abhinav Sharma
Brand Manager, Adidas Running, India
The business of running. Logistics behind conducting a running event
Love those french fries? Salty food diminishes thirst and increases hunger
Love those french fries? Salty food diminishes thirst and increases hunger

Salt is an important osmolyte, a compound that binds to water and helps transport it.

Planning to get a tattoo? Here are the things you should keep in mind to avoid any complications

Both tattooing and piercing come with a host of risks. Complications can range from scarring to contracting infections such as HIV.

Planning to get a tattoo? Here are the things you should keep in mind to avoid any complications
Multimedia
'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' releases on April 28! Here's everything you need to know
'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' releases on April 28! Here's everything you need to know
When Anand Mahindra and Devendra Fadnavis came together to honour women achievers
When Anand Mahindra and Devendra Fadnavis came together to honour women achievers
Best of the Big Apple: Here are some exciting cars from the New York Auto Show
Best of the Big Apple: Here are some exciting cars from the New York Auto Show
Delhi on the brink of heart disease epidemic due to increased alcohol use
Delhi on the brink of heart disease epidemic due to increased alcohol use

Alcohol use has gone up from 16.1% to 25.6% among urban dwellers.

Here's why running a marathon is good for your body & mind

Good nutrition gives energy, enhances performance and reduces muscle soreness.

Here's why running a marathon is good for your body & mind
Working hard to get those abs? This ignored move is the fastest route to get them
Working hard to get those abs? This ignored move is the fastest route to get them

Harvard scientists say, crunches are not the best way to go about for a six-pack. They decode what is.

Restricting trans fats cuts heart attack risks, says study

Trans fatty acids, or trans fats, are commonly found in fried foods, chips, crackers and baked goods.

Restricting trans fats cuts heart attack risks, says study
Summer is here to stay: Move away from the oily stuff towards light-weight food
Summer is here to stay: Move away from the oily stuff towards light-weight food

Soaring mercury pushes health-conscious to tweak dining table fare

Planning your family? Start using these genius fertility apps

When you're trying to conceive, timing is everything.

Planning your family? Start using these genius fertility apps
Overcoming Opioids: The quest for drugs that are less addictive
Overcoming Opioids: The quest for drugs that are less addictive

This growing dependence on opioids has mushroomed into a health crisis, ripping apart communities.

Want to avoid a heart attack? The more the exercise, the better

The research found that exercise is associated with improved survival after a heart attack as well.

Want to avoid a heart attack? The more the exercise, the better
Air pollution may lower 'good' cholesterol, raise heart disease risk
Air pollution may lower 'good' cholesterol, raise heart disease risk

Higher exposure to black carbon, a marker of traffic-related pollution, is significantly associated with a lower 'good' cholesterol level.

Teens as young as 13 attending 'smartphone rehab' as concerns grow over screen time
Teens as young as 13 attending 'smartphone rehab' as concerns grow over screen time

Smartphone addiction has emerged as a major problem with devastating consequences in recent times.

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