New York, July 13 : Taking antibiotics in late pregnancy may increase the risk of children developing inflammatory bowel diseases, a study has shown.  

Sex can boost brain power in older adults

Sex can boost brain power in older adults

London, June 22 : Staying busy in your bedroom even after age 50 could be good for your brain as researchers have found that older adults who have sex more frequently do better in brain function tests.  

Kids searching internet for drugs, alcohol more than porn

Kids searching internet for drugs, alcohol more than porn

Moscow, June 5 : Children globally now communicate, play and access adult content via internet less than they did a year ago and search for websites with information about drugs, alcohol and tobacco more, a new report said on Monday.  

Feeling old may dampen your sex life

Feeling old may dampen your sex life

Toronto, May 31 : Feeling old? You may be less likely satisfied with your sex life, researchers say.  

Here's why girls should never take diet pills

Here's why girls should never take diet pills

London, May 22 : Is your teenaged daughter popping pills to shed weight? Beware, she may be at an increased risk of harming hormones, growth as well as mental health, researchers warned.  

Here's how TV limits women's sexual experience

Here's how TV limits women's sexual experience

New York, May 12 : The way women are often portrayed on television helps accentuate the traditional roles at the expense of their sexual satisfaction, says a study.  

Common antibiotics may up risk of miscarriage

Common antibiotics may up risk of miscarriage

Toronto, May 1 : Women who take common antibiotics to treat various infections during early pregnancy may be at two-fold risk of suffering a miscarriage, according to a new study.  

Eating 'diet' foods can make you fat: Study

Eating 'diet' foods can make you fat: Study

New York, April 26 : The so-called "diet" products containing low or no fat may have higher amount of sugar and consuming them regularly could make you fat, new research warns.