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Low blood pressure? NASA study recommends daily one-hour exercise, proper hydration

Suffering from low blood pressure? Do an hour or more of daily exercise and stay hydrated to improve the condition and control fainting or dizziness episodes, finds a NASA-funded study on astronauts.

Published on 20th July 2019
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New study: Earth's first life forms may have come from primitive ponds, not oceans

Challenging a common perception, a new study suggests primitive ponds may have provided a suitable environment for creating Earth's first life forms, more so than oceans.

Published on 14th April 2019
Unlearning Time: Sally Frater & Bruce Robbins

Study of 'deep time': Sally Frater & Bruce Robbins to host Unlearning Time at Art in General, Brooklyn, NY

This season Art in General will continue to host an ongoing experimental discussion series organised by Shifter. 

Published on 9th March 2019
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Climate change may lead to beer shortage, shows study

Beer is on the verge of running short because of global warming and climate change

Published on 16th October 2018
Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore consume 48 percent more tea than coffee, study reveals

Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore consume 48 percent more tea than coffee, study reveals

In a statement, it said that an analysis of its orders showed that Bengaluru, Pune and Delhi were the most tea loving cities while Indore in Madhya Pradesh was seen as the most coffee sipping market.

Published on 26th September 2018
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Study shows that vaping damages vital immune system cells, could be more harmful than previously thought

Vaping can damage vital immune system cells and may be more harmful than previously thought, a study suggests.
 

Published on 14th August 2018
The unemployed, single and young may consider deactivating their Facebook account, study shows

The unemployed, single and young may consider deactivating Facebook accounts, study shows

A recent study shows that people who are unemployed, single and young will consider deactivating their Facebook account.

Published on 26th July 2018

Redefining success: How women can balance family and professional life

  Ladies Study Group (LSG) organised a panel discussion, "Redefining Success As A Woman of Today" on July 29 at Kolkata

Published on 30th June 2018

Study says one out of five cancer survivors suffer from PTSD

Although PTSD is primarily known to develop in individuals following a traumatic event such as a serious accident or natural disaster, it can also occur in patients diagnosed with cancer. 

Published on 20th November 2017
Aliens with Visas

This podcast helps international students feel a little less alien

Aliens with Visas is a podcast project that tells the real truth about studying abroad and helps students through the alienation of being an international student

Published on 18th November 2017

59% millennials would like to have a planned marriage

Majority of millennials in India are open to finding love but want to get married after family's approval

Published on 17th November 2017

Memory can be improved by regular exercise

Are you having difficulty in memorising phone numbers or other valuable data for long term use? You need to start exercising to improve your memory functioning.

Published on 14th November 2017

Indians second-highest public bingers in the world

Binge watching in public is the new trend in India, and Indians are the second-highest public bingers in the world, just behind Mexico, according to a survey.

Published on 14th November 2017

Men more at risk of rare heart attack after sex: Study

Men with a history of cardiovascular disease may be more at risk of facing sudden cardiac arrest during or soon after sex

Published on 13th November 2017

Trust your palate not server when ordering wine

Ordering a decent wine along with your food might be a tricky affair, but people should themselves take charge of their favourite drink, suggests a new research.

Published on 8th November 2017

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