The change in the definition of domestic abuse to include 16- and 17-year olds signals an increased awareness that young women, as well as young men, are victims
London: Men may now need to think twice before questioning a woman’s intelligence at home or in the office. Psychologists...
London: Many working mothers in Britain send off their children to school despite sickness because they are unable to...
London: British women are more likely to develop cancer by the age of 75 than the average European woman, the World...
London: Obese children as young as six in Britain are suffering strokes or being treated at hospitals for weight problems, a media report said Sunday. Specialists say they are seeing one-year-olds who weigh as much as 19 kg, which is twice the normal weight at that age. As these children [...]Read more ›
Washington: Are clothiers turning young girls into sex objects? According to a new study, up to 30 percent of young girls’ clothing available online in the US is sexy or sexualizing. Sexualization occurred most frequently on items that emphasized a sexualized body part, such as shirts and dresses designed to [...]Read more ›
Washington :Are you still looking for a date on Valentine’s Day? It turns out there may be something to "playing hard to get". A woman is seemingly more attracted to a man when she is uncertain about how much he likes her, says a new study. "If we want to [...]Read more ›
Mexico City: A Mexican company has launched a new beer aimed at the gay and lesbian community that will also be exported to other countries, company officials said. The "honey-flavored" beer will initially be sold in Mexico and later exported to Colombia and Japan. "We’ve entered the market with great [...]Read more ›
London: Women who wear high heels are more prone to injuries, a study has found. Thousands of women have hurt themselves because of their shoes. Many had gone to such extreme lengths to wear stylish shoes that they were taken to hospital after twisting an ankle or tearing a tendon, [...]Read more ›
London: Nearly 20 million Britons are not speaking to members of their family after bitter arguments, a survey has showed. Experts said mothers are the relatives we are most likely to fall out with. Two out of five adults admitted they are currently feuding with a family member, Daily Express [...]Read more ›