A Dubai-based Pakistani expatriate who expected her second child was wrongly diagnosed as HIV positive by hospital just a few days before her scheduled delivery.
People who get interrupted during sleep are more likely to report lower positive moods the following day, a new study reported.
A new study found that receiving good or bad gossip about others can boost self-reflection and individual growth.
According to a new study, sharing information about extraordinary events can hurt social life and lead to feelings of exclusion.
According to a new study, emotions, in general, could spread rapidly between social network users.
Negative iron balance predicts acute heart failure survival, according to a new research.
A new study reported that a science based gaming-app can help reduce anxiety levels.
A new study found that Facebook statuses can influence other people's moods.
Even though weight loss surgery increases social acceptance, it leaves patients with may different body issues.
Everyone must be aware that hiding things from others causes internal angst. However, a new research suggests that the consequences can be far more worse than expected.
Some people are born to hate and others are born to love, new research suggests.
Researchers found that "liking" something online can lead to an increase in hype and popularity of a particular subject because other users are more likely to agree with these positive votes.
People tend to admire others who are creative, but surprisingly, new research shows the most creative people could be the crankiest.
Study finds that people who deal with stress negatively have a higher chance of developing mental illnesses.