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Handful of walnuts can increase sperm count

 The study was published in in the journal Biology of Reproduction.

Eating walnuts can boost male fertility.

Traffic-related air pollution linked to facial dark spots

Studies show that exposure to NO2 was associated with more lentigenes on the cheeks in women older than 50 years. - Instagram

Environmentally-induced lung and skin ageing appear to be closely related.

Implantable device to shrink tumours with toxic drug cocktail: study

The study was published in the journal PNAS. (Photo: Flickr/

The device to hit the primary tumour hard.

Love, war and togetherness

Via Humans of Bombay on Facebook

We both grew up in Hyderabad, so I’ve known him since I was 7 or 8 years old maybe.

The Niagara Falls might be turned off… again


Back in 1969, water was directed away from the US side of the falls so army engineers could study how the landscape of the waterfalls was eroding.

Degree of separation down to 3.57


The social network has found there are on average just three and a half people between any one person and another.

Honey can save lives by destroying harmful fungus

 Studies have shown that honey actually works better than some antifungals. (Photo: Pixabay)

Honey has been used since ancient times for the treatment of several diseases.

Bed-sharing with babies helps mothers breastfeed longer

(Photo: File photo)

Mothers who bed-share for at least an hour a week are more likely to carry on breastfeeding for longer.

Eat fatty fish to lose weight and live longer

 The study reveals there are two types of body fat – white and beige.

The credit goes to omega-3 fats in fish oil that turn bad fat cells to healthy ones which burn calories 'like a furnace'.

Fast antidepressant may better treat depression: study

 The findings were published as a research paper in "Molecular Psychiatry".

India is among the highest rates of depression in the world, with around 120 million people suffering from it.

The import of the constitutional impasse in Arunachal Pradesh goes beyond the technicalities of gubernatorial action and powers that the Supreme Court is ascertaining.

Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt in 2015 with major setbacks in the Delhi and Bihar Assembly elections, there seems to be a reversal of t