Facebook is introducing new rules for its live streaming feature, in response to the deadly terrorist attack in New Zealand that was broadcasted live on the social media platform.
A recent study has found that tannin structure, concentration, and interactions with saliva and other wine components influence the perception of dryness.
A recent study has revealed that individuals who suffered from inflammatory bowel disease including ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease during childhood are at an increased risk of cancer and early death.
Researchers have claimed that food additives and other cooking ingredients could lead to hardened arteries.
As the food authority is planning to remove soy from list of heart-healthy food, researchers through a study evaluated and determined soy protein has the ability to lower cholesterol by a small but significant amount.
Bullying among adolescents hurts both the victims and the perpetrators, recent study suggests Victims and their perpetrators both suffer as a result of these attacks.
People who suffer from depression are also likely to face gastrointestinal distress as a study has pointed out that for some, both the conditions are triggered by the same glitch in neuron chemistry-low serotonin.
In a recent study, researchers have revealed that fit adults have the lowest risk of developing lung and colorectal cancer.
A first of its kind study dug deep into the nitty-gritty of gossips and tried to answer questions like who gossips the most, what topics do people gossip about, and how often people gossip.
The study showed that the taste preferences for bitter or sweet beverages aren't based on variations in our taste genes, but rather genes related to the psychoactive properties of these beverages.