What drives you to click on links from unknown senders

London , Aug 30

Despite knowing that e-mails and Facebook messages from unknown senders can contain dangerous links, most people click on them anyway mainly due to their inability to contain their curiosity, says a study.

Eating shark products may increase Alzheimer's risk

New York , Aug 30

Consumed widely in Asia, shark products may not be actually that healthy for humans as researchers have found high concentrations of toxins linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease in the fins and muscles of sharks.

Dogs understand human words and intonation too!

London , Aug 30

Believe it or not, dogs have the ability to distinguish words and the intonation of human speech through brain regions similar to those that humans use, according to a new study.

Chance of woman becoming UN chief still elusive

United Nations , Aug 30

The campaign to elect a woman as the next UN Secretary General faltered with men keeping the top spots in the third preliminary poll of Security Council members on Monday that showed some dramatic shifts reflecting the intense lobbying.

Pregnant Blac Chyna poses naked

Los Angeles , Aug 30

Model Blac Chyna, who is expecting her first child with fiance and reality TV personality Rob Kardashian, has posed naked for the latest issue of Paper Magazine.

Real life stories in ads connect brand, consumers better

New Delhi , Aug 30

Jewellery brand Tanishq's Queen of Hearts ad features actress Deepika Padukone gifting a necklace to her manager as a mark of gratitude. It's a real life moment brought alive in an ad -- a practice a lot of brands are adopting in order to establish a better connect with consumers, says an expert.

Healthy eats at Foodhall

New Delhi , Aug 30

Whether snacks happen to be your soft spot or you have a weakness for big burrito bowls, the Foodhall lifestyle superstore can transform your guilty pleasures into gourmet experiences that even die-hard foodies would find hard to resist.