Scientists in Israel have linked development of diabetes to stress at the workplace, made worse by low social support. Cases of type 2 diabetes continue to rise in the US. And while the development of the disease is more
Scientists have shown that self-affirmation is the key to deal with stress and its impact, including the ability to solve problems, a study says. Published in PLOS ONE, new research from Carnegie Mellon University provides the
In my professional work specializing in female sexual dysfunction, low libido or low sexual desire is very common. For some women, they have never felt an interest in sex, and for others they have seen a change over a period of
One in three people in their late 60s is likely to go through a late-life crisis, according to psychologists in the UK. Just under 300 people aged over 60 in the UK completed an online survey for the research.
Of the 33% who
Online chatting, playing computer games or watching television at night can leave children sleep deprived and adversely affect their studies and physical health, psychiatrists said at a conference here Wednesday. ‘Parents
A recent study finally reveals why women talk more, much more than men! Turns out they’ve higher levels of a language protein called Foxp2 which plays an important role in language development in human beings. This might
Aging adults with declining health could benefit from improving their marriages. According to a study, happily married couples are more likely to rate their health as better.
Christine Proulx, assistant professor in the
The brain of slow learners may not be able to process information sufficiently, say researchers. Scientists trained the subjects' sense of touch to be more sensitive. In subjects who responded well to the training, the EEG
Children who are subjected to cyber and physical bullying may skip school and even consider suicide, says an American research. ‘We should not ignore one form of bullying for the sake of the other,’ says Thomas Holt,
An iPhone app, known as iDichotic, places psychological testing at your fingertips, yielding results as reliable as lab tests, says a new study. Dichotic listening, a lab test, indicates which side of the brain is most active
A research in Denmark carried out between 1997 and 2006 on over 200,000 married couples found that men who earn less than their wives tend to use erectile dysfunction medicine more! They also tend to suffer more from insomnia and
Elton John had a hit in 1976 with ‘Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word’ - a song about a doomed romance - and Henry Kissinger once declared ‘You are you and that is the beginning and the end - no apologies, no regrets’.
US scientists claim that poor sleep is linked to memory loss and failure of cognitive senses as we age and therapies for better sleep could increase recall capacity. University of California-Berkeley neuroscientists have found
Picasso had once said ‘Art washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life’.
Since time immemorial the different art forms have been very integral in our lives. They have been used to express, create, and communicate,