The truth and the most common misconceptions about jet lag. Plus, a new research conducted suggesting eye drops could be a possible cure.
Daylight Saving Time (DTS) is found to have increased the number of stroke and heart attacks before and after the time shift which happens yearly.
Time is a social glue. It is a language which is fundamental to everyone’s social interaction.
A survey found the most popular time and day most British couples have sex.
Come November 1, everyone in the U.S. - with the exception of Arizona and Hawaii residents - will have to move their clocks one hour back.
Researchers have completed the first ever genome sequence of a blind myriapod, Strigamia maritima - one of a group of venomous centipedes that are unusual in the way in which they care for their eggs.
It is totally fair to think mediation as a waste of time. Sitting in total silence, eyes closed, palms facing upwards and mouthing Om seems the chore of saints. But you are wrong, and I have reasons to prove that.
Time management is an important tool that people need in everyday life. Here are four ways to improve how you manage your time.
Procrastination happens because of our perception of time. Researchers from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business found that we're more likely to start a task when we view it as part of the present. However, we're also less likely to start tasks when we associate them with being part of the future.
Its Saturday night: maximum chances of getting into a hangover. Worry not, because here we present top 5 hangover foods that will have you up and running in no time.
Researchers have discovered the reason behind immune system aging and weakening with time, according to a new study.
Medical tests are more accurate during certain times of the day, according to a new study.
A new study reported that watching too much TV can increase one's risk of dying early.
According to a new study, many doctors are uncomfortable with discussing end-of-life care with their heart failure patients.
A new study found that stroke care can improve if hospitals prepare for patients before they are even brought in.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.