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Human brain responds to aggressive voices quicker: Study | health

Human brains notice a voice much faster when it is considered threatening or aggressive than when it is perceived as normal or happy in an auditory environment, according to a new study. The study demonstrated that in a few hundred milliseconds, our brain becomes sensitive to the presence of angry ...

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Sara Ali Khan gives us major ethnic fashion goals in this ensemble

(Source: Tanya Ghavri/Instagram) Sara Ali Khan has made her debut in Bollywood with Kedarnath, and while her performance is being talked about, she has also managed to impress the fashion police with her sartorial choices. The actor was recently spotted in a lovely ensemble by Varun and Nidhika. Styled by celebrity ...

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Sufficient sleep in childhood may lead to healthy BMI later

Previous studies have shown that poor sleep can affect academic performance, as well as contribute to death and cases of heart disease and stroke. (Source: File Photo) Is your child facing trouble in sleeping? If so, parents take note. Regular and sufficient sleep from early childhood may be important for ...

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Inflammatory bowel disease ups prostate cancer risk: Study

The findings showed that men with IBD have higher than average prostate-specific antigen (PSA)—a substance produced by the prostate gland. (Source: File Photo) Men with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are four to five times at higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to researchers including one of Indian-origin. ...

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Masculine faces perceived as more competent than feminine: Study

The study suggests that competence and masculinity are correlated components of first impressions based on appearance. (Source: File Photo) Faces that are seen as competent or talented are perceived as more masculine than feminine, say researchers while noting that this can pose a threat to social justice. In the study, ...

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Wasp venom offers hope against lung diseases

The study found that their strongest peptide could completely eliminate Pseudomonas aeruginosa — a strain of bacteria that causes respiratory and urinary tract infections and is resistant to most antibiotics. (Source: File Photo) MIT engineers have developed new antimicrobial peptides, which can combat bacteria causing respiratory and other infections, based on ...

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Hindustan Times Palate Fest 2018: Food-ology in a fun-filled way is back in Delhi! | more lifestyle

The days of reveling in food, having fun, and enjoying great music are back with Hindustan Times Palate Fest 2018. From being a picnic in the park, this event has graduated to be one of the most awaited events for gourmands and music enthusiasts in the city. And, now with ...

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Sleeping too much is bad for you, here’s why | health

Turns out, sleeping more than six to eight hours a night is associated with an increased risk of death and cardiovascular diseases. According to a recent study at the McMaster and Peking Union Medical College, people sleeping more than the recommended upper limit of eight hours increased their risk of ...

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Can newborns recognise their mother’s profile view? | health

Although adults and children can easily recognise faces from both the frontal and profile views, a new study has revealed that babies younger than six months of age do not recognise their mothers watching their mobile phones. The study, published in the journal, NeuroImage, showed that babies can recognise faces ...

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Miracle doughnuts emerge as Israel celebrates Hanukkah | art and culture

Consider the doughnut. Good, right? Now consider that doughnut made with gourmet ingredients like creme de cassis, stuffed with fresh fruit or topped with chocolate pearls. Really good, right? At this time of year in Israel, that and more can be found. Israeli chefs are giving the traditionally basic Hanukkah ...

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