- Mute victims of heatwave: Shortage of food, water killing cattle
- Countries with strong women's rights grow faster(17:00)
New York, July 19 (IANS) Researchers have found that countries with strong women's rights are more likely to have faster growth and better health outcomes than those who don't promote and protect these values.
- Happy 40th birthday: Tokyo exhibit evokes Walkman nostalgia(16:44)
Tokyo, July 19 (IANS) Walking on the street and, at the same time, listening to music was inconceivable until the appearance of Walkman, a small audio player that introduced the revolutionary concept of portable music that charmed the world 40 years ago.
- Twitter, AI used to track people's physical activities(13:50)
New York, July 19 (IANS) Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data from various social media sites, researchers tracked people's physical activities, from bowling to crossfit, in a bid to inform future efforts to tackle health disparities.
- Passive use of social media may increase depression(12:34)
London, July 19 (IANS) Great holiday, fantastic party and incredible food, everyone shows their life in the best light on social networking apps like Facebook and Twitter, but researchers have found that people who use these apps passively are in danger of developing depressive symptoms.
- 'Sexting' not so common after all: Study(18:08)
New York, July 18 (IANS) Researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, have provided a much-needed update to what is currently known about the nature and extent of sexting among the youth.