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Part-time working moms less likely to get paid for overtime

Part-time working moms less likely to get paid for overtime

London: Working mothers who think of doing part-time jobs with flexible schedules are likely to end up working an increased amount of unp...Read More

Mothers with male infants, take note!

Mothers with male infants, take note!

Washington: According to a recent study, women who give birth to males are 71-79 per cent more likely to develop postnatal depression (PN...Read More

Can trophy hunting help conserve lions?

Can trophy hunting help conserve lions?

London: Trophy hunting of lions may play a key role in their conservation by helping maintain important habitat for this threatened speci...Read More

Why people ignore friends for smartphones

Why people ignore friends for smartphones

London: Internet addiction is the reason why people often snub social companion to concentrate on their smartphones, suggests a new resea...Read More

Drinking won’t bring long-term happiness

Drinking won’t bring long-term happiness

London: Daily drinkers, please take note! Alcohol may provide momentary pleasure and make you happier every evening but over time, non-dr...Read More

Parental pressure may drive young athletes towards doping

Parental pressure may drive young athletes towards doping

London: Parental pressure to be perfect can put young male athletes at increased risk of using banned substances to enhance sporting perf...Read More

Anxiety can make you walk in opposite direction

Anxiety can make you walk in opposite direction

London: Did you notice why you suddenly start moving in the other direction when in stress? Blame your brain as people experiencing anxie...Read More

How drugs can help ‘lazy’ people exercise

How drugs can help ‘lazy’ people exercise

London: Some psychoactive drugs dubbed as “doping for lazy people” can encourage sedentary people to exercise, experts suggest. Physical ...Read More

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