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Bromance

'Bromance' more satisfying for young men: Study

For young men, their "bromance" – close friendships with other men – could be more emotionally satisfying than their romantic relationships with women, finds a study.

Published on 13th October 2017
Coffee

'Drinking coffee improves sports performance for both men and women': New study

The study's findings suggest that both men and women respond similarly to coffee

Published on 30th October 2019

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
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90 per cent of young women edit their photos or use a filter before posting it online: new study

The findings indicate that young women feel under constant scrutiny, and this anxiety and distress has been amplified during the Covid-19 pandemic

Published on 9th March 2021
Password

A new study reveals that the most popular password in India is 'password'

Names and loving words were rather popular in India both among men and women

Published on 18th November 2021
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A new study says that one in two Indians are afraid of online dating

The report is by cybersecurity firm McAfee

Published on 27th January 2021
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A study claims that 'likes' and 'shares' on social media can amplify moral outrage

A study claims that 'likes' and 'shares' on social media can amplify moral outrage

The study found that users who received more "likes" and "retweets" when they expressed outrage in a tweet were more likely to express outrage in later posts too

Published on 14th August 2021
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A study confirms that online images reinforce occupational gender stereotypes

Women were overrepresented as librarians and nurses and underrepresented as computer programmers and civil engineers

Published on 5th February 2020
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A study reveals politicians who post puns on Twitter lose followers' trust

The results showed that people were more likely to view messages using humour as inappropriate for a political candidate they didn't know

Published on 15th June 2020
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A study says vegan diet is better for weight loss than a Mediterranean diet

A low-fat vegan diet has better outcomes for weight, body composition, insulin sensitivity, and cholesterol levels, compared with a Mediterranean diet

Published on 8th February 2021

A study in silk: Mokshaa's Art of Silk festival

The Art of Silk festival pays tribute to both the lustrous fabric and weavers who produce it
 

Published on 14th July 2017
WhatsApp

According to a new study, three out of four Indians are reconsidering WhatsApp use

The research was conducted by CyberMedia Research (CMR), a Gurugram-based market research firm

Published on 29th January 2021
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American teenagers, adults more likely to experiment with drugs during summer: Study

Researchers have found that US teenagers and adults are more likely to try illegal or recreational drugs for the first time in summer.

Published on 23rd July 2019
Video gaming

As little as 10 minutes of video gaming every day can enhance esport skills: new study

The study was published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior

Published on 29th March 2021

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