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It Can be Healthy to Let Your Kids Put up a Wall

Image credit: Istock I am 10 years old and sitting in the storage space under my platform bed. It’s a good-sized structure, taking up about a quarter of the living room. It’s dark under there except for the nightlight that I have plugged into the wall, a green Christmas bulb screwed into its top. I can hear my parents talking ... Read More »

Adding Omega-3 Fatty Acids to Your Diet May Cut Breast Cancer Risk

A new study reveals that foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids are likely to reduce the risk of breast cancer in women who are obese and in post-menopausal phase. The study shows that increasing levels of Omega-3 in the blood were linked with reduced breast density. However, the association was found only in women with a body mass index above 29, bordering ... Read More »

Drink for Health: 5 Juices You Should Include in Your Regular Diet

  I am a huge fan of juicing. Whether it is your regular juices or the latestcold-pressed ones, nothing can beat the nutritional efficacy and the power of juices. I am not talking about the regular, palate pleasing orange juice or apple juice; those are excellent for health anyway. I am talking about certain food items that are usually not ... Read More »

Your Boss Can Influence Your Health: Study

A new study suggests that managers must be provided with incentives to focus on creating a healthier work environment. (Representational Image) New York:  Strong and effective leadership are vital for any workplace. Managers play a huge role in creating the best work environment, polishing the behaviour of employees, and also promoting their health and wellness. However, a new study suggests ... Read More »

StarCraft on Your iPhone? Don’t Rule It Out, Says Blizzard

  While Diablo and WarCraft hitmaker Blizzard is traditionally perceived as a PC-first game developer, that hasn’t stopped it from taking steps towards making games on mobiles. We’ve seen this happen thanks to its rousing success with card battle game, Hearthstone. And now it seems like the gaming giant wants to consider its other IPs like StarCraft and Overwatch for ... Read More »

You Can Now Play Over 1,000 Windows 3.1 Games in Your Browser

The Internet Archive has brought more than 1,500 applications from Windows 3.x to life, and the collection contains many great games that are bound to kick in the nostalgia for some. Part of the non-profit’s mission is to preserve access to digital technology that would otherwise get lost on its own. The website says “libraries exist to preserve society’s cultural ... Read More »

Customize your wedding fashion your way

Here are a few trends and tips you can use to personalize your wedding Walking down the aisle is more personal than ever before for brides and grooms. That’s because they’re using their big day to not just celebrate their love, but their personal style too. While the big white gowns and custom black tuxes may never go away, brides ... Read More »

Refresh Your Palate With This Week’s Most Refined Red Carpet Looks

Like just about every other fashion (and music) publication, we spent a good part of this week in the throws of Yeezy Season 3 coverage. If you, too, are looking for a much-needed respite from Thursday’s spectacle, look no further than this week’s best-dressed (none of whom, might we add, wore Balmain or athleisure to their various events). At Monday’s Academy Awards nominee ... Read More »

Soon, You Could Charge Your Smartphone by Walking

Mechanical engineers from University of Wisconsin-Madison are developing an innovative energy harvesting and storage technology that can reduce reliance on batteries in mobile devices and charge your smartphone as you walk. Tom Krupenkin, professor of mechanical engineering, and senior scientist J Ashley Taylor described a technology that could capture the energy of human motion to power mobile electronic devices. This ... Read More »

What Season is It? The Answer Could Affect the Way Your Brain Works

Image credit: Istock Anyone who’s experienced falling spirits in autumn or a springtime bounce in the step knows that the changing seasons can affect mood. But can seasons affect the way your brain works overall? New research suggests that the answer is yes – and that time of year is just as important as time of day when it comes ... Read More »