Rural Development Minister and senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde today died in New Delhi in a road accident. 64-year-old Munde was on his way to airport when his car was … continue reading
Prolific author and journalist Khushwant Singh’s body was consigned to flames today in New Delhi in the presence of family members, close friends and admirers. Union Ministers Salman Khurshid and … continue reading
Legendary playback singer Manna Dey passed away at a private hospital in Bangalore following a prolonged illness. Doctors said, 94-year old singer breathed his last at 3.50 AM today. He … continue reading
Ayahuasca is a wonderful remedy which can produce the effect as good as that achieved after undergoing long traumatizing sessions of intense psychotherapy. It can be employed as a very … continue reading
The mutual-friends feature on social networks such as Facebook, which displays users’ shared friendships, might not be so “friendly.” Often revered for bringing people together, the mutual-friends feature on Facebook … continue reading
Stress is taking a toll on people — contributing to health problems, poor relationships and lost productivity at work, according to a new national survey released by the American Psychological Association (APA).
The PA Commission for Women turned the Point State Park Fountain bright pink, in observance of national Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
When stress never seems to go away, health can suffer. The October issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter offers an overview of stress, the good, the bad and ways to reduce its ill effects.
A new study finds that young girls and women are more likely to believe that negative past events predict future events, compared to boys and men. And that, according to researchers, may help explain why females have more frequent and intense worries, perceive more risk, have greater intolerance for uncertainty, and experience higher rates of anxiety than males.
The types of friendships adolescents have often reflect their childhood relationships and predict how they do in the future. In a new study, researchers found that antisocial teenagers’ friendships tend to involve less listening, eye contact, and responsiveness, and that these teens spend more time talking about deviant topics such as substance abuse and breaking the law.