Category: Tid Bits

Junk food almost twice as distracting as healthy food: study

Washington: Can’t resist that juicy burger? Fatty and sugary food such as doughnuts and pizzas are almost twice as distracting…

Did you know that just two weeks of high-intensity exercise can reduce glucose metabolism

London: Making high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout a part of exercise routine for only two weeks can help reduce glucose…

Nine UK sailors dismissed after failing drug tests

London: Nine British servicemen have been thrown off a nuclear submarine after testing positive for drugs, the Ministry of Defence…

Having a dog cuts risk of childhood eczema, asthma

Washington: It's time to rejoice for dog lovers">dog lovers. Here is another reason to love your pet more as with…

Did you know human tongue has a sixth sense, and it loves pasta?

Washington: If you cannot resist eating bread, pasta or potatoes then your taste buds need to be blamed, warns a…

What not to miss when in Jordan

New Delhi [India]: There's so much to do in Jordan that planning is definitely recommended to travellers who want to…

Destinations to study abroad without burning a hole in your pocket

New Delhi: Access to education is one of the basic rights of people across the world, and many are extremely…

Nearly 50 percent food allergies develop after age 17

Washington: A study has recently found that almost half of all food-allergic adults develop one or more food allergies in…

The World’s Fastest-growing Tourism Cities Located in Asia-Pacific

A newly released list of the world's fastest growing tourism destinations is made up entirely of cities in Asia-Pacific, with…

Four Ways to Stay Full of Energy, Keep Tiredness at Bay This Fall

Humidity, cold and stress can take their toll on the body in fall. Try these four ways of giving internal…

China’s Living History: Amanyangyun opens a new gateway to the past

New Delhi: A short drive just beyond the city limits of Shanghai stands an ancient camphor forest. At its heart…

Analysing re-sharing behaviour on social network sites

Washington: A study was conducted with an aim to uncover how the perception of the three dimensions of information quality…

80% of baby food contains dangerous chemicals

London [UK]: A new study found that a large amount of baby food products contain dangerous chemicals. According to a…

Europe’s first underwater restaurant will come up in Norway

Touted to be ‘Europe’s first underwater restaurant’, the semi-submerged building in Norway would host a restaurant, marine research centre and…

Indian travellers flock to experience the incredible Iceland

New Delhi: According to the data of a travel and restaurant website company, Indian's travel interest has shown a significant…

Bariatric surgery cuts heart failure risk in overweight, obese people

Washington: Good news! Bariatric surgery and the weight loss that follows it can significantly allow the heart to return to…

11th International RASK Seminar organised in Delhi

New Delhi: With a purpose to provide an excellent platform for the promotion of Korean studies in India, Researchers' Association…

Daydreaming at work indicates you are ‘creative’

Washington: If you frequently get engrossed in a series of pleasant thoughts while working or at home, then don't be…

Auction of Einstein’s theory of happiness fetches USD 1.3M

Jerusalem: While Albert Einstein's theory of happiness may be relative, it fetched USD 1.3 million at a Jerusalem auction. The…

Indulge in traditional cuisine with a modern makeover at ‘Kheer’

New Delhi [India]: Are you amongst those who have almost hopped every fine dining space in the Delhi-NCR? Is there…