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People Following COVID Rules Due To Social Influence

People are more likely to follow Covid-19 restrictions based on what their friends do, rather than their own principles, a new study suggests. The findings...

Self-Injury May be Contagious Among Teenagers: Study

Self-injury--behaviours like cutting oneself without the intent to die--may be contagious among teenagers, who are more likely to harm themselves when they know someone...

Extracurricular Sports in Childhood Advantageous For Girls

Girls - but not boys - who participate actively in school sports in middle childhood show improved behaviour and attentiveness in early adolescence,...

Weight Management: Tough Task for People During Covid-19 Lockdown

Increased snacking and not exercising as much as usual made it tough for most people to manage weight during Covid-19 lockdown, says a survey...

Swine Flu Vaccination Given to Pregnant Women May Not Cause ASD in Offspring

Researchers have found that H1N1 "swine flu" vaccination given to pregnant women might not be associated with an autism spectrum disorder in the offspring. Autism...

Need to Adapt to Changing Customer Behaviour: McDonald’s

By Siddhi Jain As India moves forward in the Unlock phases, there is a need to adapt to changing customer behaviour and align business operations...

Covid-19 Patients Show Changes in Behaviour, Other Brain Issues

Researchers have found that some hospitalised Covid-19 patients show signs of confusion, changes in behaviour and other brain complications, including stroke, psychosis and dementia-like...

Social Distancing: A Difficult Phase for Huggers

People who tend to hug a lot are suffering from skin hunger in the social distancing times and certain genes are to be blamed...

Dealing with Stress Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

BY IANSLIFE FEATURES The outbreak of the pandemic COVID-19 has created a stressful environment for all leading to worldwide psychological chaos. These fear and anxiety...

Babies Born in Urban Areas Are Less Fussy: Study

Researchers have found that babies from rural families tend to display negative emotions such as anger and frustration more frequently than their urban counterparts. The...

Poor Sleep During Infancy Can Lead to Depression: Study

Researchers have found that disrupted and poor quality sleep in the earliest months of a child's life or infancy can be an indicator of...

Childhood Ignorance and Abuse Leads to Smoking Cigarettes

Health and lifestyle researchers have found that children who have been abused, mistreated or neglected at home are more likely to start smoking cigarettes...

Top 6 Idiosyncrasies That Prove You Are an Optimist

 By Kashish Rai  "Optimism is the faith that leads to Achievement. Nothing Can be done without hope and confidence, this is why you should always be...

Here’s What Scientists Have Decoded About The Way in Which Brain Influences Behaviour

In ray of hope for treating brain-related diseases such as Parkinson's, scientists here have made a major discovery about the way brain influences behaviour. Throwing...

Horror Movies Manipulate Brain to Enhance Excitement: Study

Do you know why some people like to watch horror movies like 'The Conjuring' despite the scare and frequent shouting episodes? If we ask...

Quality of Food Plays Key Role in Deciding Kids’ Behaviour: Study

Parents, according to a latest health news if your kids throw attitude and do not listen to you despite repeated warnings at home, it...

71% Parents Feel That Video Games May Have Positive Impact on Kids

Seventy-one per cent of parents believe that video games may have a positive and healthy impact on their kids' lifestyle, while 44 per cent...

Good and Positive Parenting Can Shape Child’s Personality: Study

In order to raise better and more successful human beings, positive parenting is the key as children are the reflection of their parents, experts...

Here’s why You Should Drink Tea 3 Times a Week

Good news for tea lovers! Researchers have found that drinking tea at least three times a week is linked with a longer and healthier...

Peer Victimisation May Lead to Risky Health Behaviours: Researchers

Researchers have found that peer victimisation is associated with adverse psychological and behavioural problems, including depression and risky health behaviours, such as substance use...

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