New York, April 13 (IANS) If you are in a process of learning new skills, then taking short breaks in between may help you grasp it better, say researchers.  

Partnering up key to quit smoking: Study

Partnering up key to quit smoking: Study

London, April 13 (IANS) Is addiction not letting you quit smoking? Relax. A new study suggests that kicking the habit works best in pairs.  

Nearly 40 individual HPV types linked to HIV infection

Nearly 40 individual HPV types linked to HIV infection

New York, Oct 6 : Scientists have for the first time identified 37 individual types of the human papillomavirus, or HPV, that are specifically linked to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.  

Men can tolerate stress incontinence for years: Study

Men can tolerate stress incontinence for years: Study

New York, June 23 : Men often tolerate stress urinary incontinence (SUI) for more than two years before seeking medical help and one-third put up with it for more than five years, a new study suggests.  

Advice for couples facing fertility issues

Advice for couples facing fertility issues

New Delhi, May 11 : One in every six couples face fertility problems in India, thereby making the process of conceiving strenuous and stressful for many. While some fertility problems are not preventable, there are vital actions one can take to help initiate a new beginning.  

Easy ways to improve your diet

Easy ways to improve your diet

London, March 17 : If you are finding it difficult to keep a check on your diet than it is time to improve it in a few easy ways.  

Some teens are more likely to undergo abortion

Some teens are more likely to undergo abortion

Toronto, Jan 29 : Teenagers whose mothers had abortions earlier are more likely to undergo abortions, a new study has warned.  

Radiation from smartphones may up miscarriage risk: Study

Radiation from smartphones may up miscarriage risk: Study

New York, Dec 14 : Pregnant women's exposure to non-ionising radiation from smartphones, Bluetooth devices and laptops may more than double the risk of miscarriage, a study has showed.