Agencies - January 30, 2022
They ride better; they stop better—so everything’s great, right? The problem is that modern cars almost invariably feel a bit boring to drive. The issue is more acute the longer you’ve been driving, as you might expect, since the cause is technological progression—specifically, power steering.
Agencies - January 18, 2022
The ‘impostor syndrome’ is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts his/her skills, talents or accomplishments.
KO Web Desk - November 30, 2021
Why has Japan earned the distinction of being the country where people live long, healthy lives? Is there something in their food and nutrition that helps longevity
Press Trust of India - November 12, 2021
Over 73 per cent of the employees interviewed respondents said they are in favour of this new emerging hybrid model across industries, according to a survey by HR solutions provider Genius Consultants.
Press Trust of India - October 29, 2021
Workplace culture has improved since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and employers are planning to make moderate to extensive changes in order to allow more hybrid working, says a survey.
Press Trust of India - October 25, 2021
Around 43 per cent of teachers said they were not satisfied with online teaching during the pandemic while nine per cent of them expressed complete dissatisfaction with the mode of education, according to a survey.
Agencies - September 27, 2021
Getting into the right mindset for work can set the tone for the rest of your day — and it’s an especially beneficial practice for managers, the Portland State University study found.
Agencies - August 25, 2021
The number of people living with high blood pressure has doubled since 1990, according to a major study published on Wednesday that found half of all sufferers — about 720 million people — went untreated in 2019.
KO Web Desk - August 23, 2021
Don’t let your desk job make you unhealthy and fat. Many people complain about this. Increasing stress and inactivity at work leads to weight gain.
Press Trust of India - August 12, 2021
COVID-19 may behave like other common-cold coronaviruses in the next few years, affecting mostly young children who have not yet been vaccinated or exposed to the virus, according to a modelling study