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Of relationships, secrets, and untold emotions, an interview with debutant author Madhuri Vijay

BENGALURU: Debutant author Madhuri Vijay read constantly as a child. All the books she lived on, inspired her to become a writer. She penned down stories all through school and had her first poem published in a newspaper at the age of

In Romantic Relationships, People Have a ‘Type’, Finds New Study

A new study by social psychologists at the University of Toronto (U of T) is revealing that when it comes to dating people really do have a ‘type.’ The research has found that when people look for love they do so with the

Morning exercise can increase body’s metabolic response

There appear to be rather significant differences between the effect of exercise performed in the morning and evening, and these differences are probably controlled by the body’s circadian clock. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay) Washington: Benefits of exercise vary according to the time it is

Fathers Should Spend Time with Kids to Develop Good Parent-Child Relationship

Researchers have found that fathers who spend lots of time helping out with childcare-related tasks on holidays develop stronger relationships with their kids. The study published in the Journal of Family Psychology, reveals that both types of involvement — caregiving versus

Why You Should Curate Strong Relationships With Editors — And How To Do It

PR is all about people. The name itself — public relations  — is enough to give you that impression. The gig is all about connecting people (your clients) with other people (the media) so their story can reach even more people (the audience).

How Borderline Personality Disorder Affects Relationships

One hallmark of borderline personality disorder (BPD) is interpersonal hypersensitivity—which is a technical way of saying that many BPD patients have trouble being in healthy, secure, and mutually beneficial relationships with others. According to the Journal of Personality Disorder, BPD patients have

5 Barriers to the Relationships You Need to Win in Business (and How to Overcome Them)

If you are a business professional or owner today, success is more and more about relationships. People relationships are the key to career growth, more than results, and customer relationships build brands, rather than the other way around. In this era of communication

6 infections that come with HIV/AIDS

1/7 In the year 2017, 940 000 people died from HIV-related causes globally, says WHO. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a life-threatening condition caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This virus damages your immune system and prevent your body to

AIDS Activists Take On The High Price Of HIV Prevention Pill

ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: In the 1980s and ’90s, a group of AIDS activists called ACT UP demanded action from the U.S. government in a dramatic way. (SOUNDBITE OF PROTEST) UNIDENTIFIED PEOPLE: Act up. Fight back. Fight AIDS. SHAPIRO: This was 1988.

An end to AIDS is in sight

An antiretroviral treatment developed by researchers at University College London (UCL) and the University of Copenhagen has reduced the possibility of passing on the virus that causes AIDS to zero. The study, named PARTNER2, involved nearly 1,000 European gay couples in which