HindustanTimes Sat,29 Nov 2014

Teenagers not hooked to Facebook anymore, finds a 32-country study

While the teenagers are not off the social networking site completely, the interactions have dropped and the group is more passive about the site as a whole, revealed the new research.

Going through a bitter divorce? Your kids might be caught in the middle

The divorce rate in India has gone up over the years. And in a divorce, it's often the kids who are impacted the most; we look at the major concerns, and good parenting practices in such situations.

Want to assert your authority? All you have to do is…

Whether it's parents attempting to assert authority over unruly children, haggling between a car salesman and customer, or negotiations between heads of states, the sound of the voices involved may profoundly determine the outcome of those interactions.

Equality, after all? Men, women face equal verbal abuse at workplace

A new study has examined that there is no major difference in the frequency of verbal abuse in the workplace between men and women.

7 things you wish someone told you before you hit 30

We told you how the 30s was an amazing decade. However, here are some things we wish someone had told you before you reached the big 30.

Hit download, save drunk text embarrassment

Going all out with the heady spirits on the weekends and the subsequent drunken texts taking a toll on you? Let your smartphone come to your rescue! Even if you drink responsibly, it's better to take precautions to save yourself from an embarrassing morning-after post your drunken night out!

This is no kids' play: Babies only retain the good memories

When it comes to remembering selective things, nothing can beat what babies can do. Scientists have discovered that babies can only memorise the good times. They've concluded that babies are more likely to remember something if there is a positive emotion, or affect that accompanies it.

It's not your fault. Cheating could be in your genes

Women with variations in a particular gene are more likely to cheat on their partners: Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia found that infidelity may be handed down by parents and grandparents.

Love, virtually: More middle-aged parents flocking to Tinder

Dating app Tinder is being used more and more by middle-aged mums and dads and the number of 35 to 44-year-olds on it has doubled since April. The app has seen a rise of 12% middle-aged users, while three per cent of its 50 million users are now aged between 45 and 54.

Did you hear it? Women with sexy voices are more beautiful

Women with sexy voices are more likely to have attractive facial qualities such as higher cheekbones, softer jaw lines and fuller lips. In other words, they are more attractive to men. According to scientists, their faces are usually symmetrical, supposedly a tell-tale sign of good genes.

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