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Persistence pays in wooing women

Thursday, 15 December 2011 18:10
London: In the mating game, no matter how many times they’re rebuffed, overconfident men never give up and can ultimately be successful, say researchers. The more such a man believes a woman fancies him, the more likely he is to…

Pregnancy weight gain raises the risk of having a fat baby

Wednesday, 14 December 2011 13:58
Washington, Dec 14 : Excessive weight gain during pregnancy seems to increase birthweight and the offspring’s risk of obesity later in life, a new study has suggested. The study revealed that both pre-pregnant weight (body mass index, BMI) and weight…

Boost her confidence, and she’ll park well too

Wednesday, 07 December 2011 23:03
London: If you are one of those who always wondered why many women struggle while parking their cars, it’s better to understand that it happens simply due to lack of confidence, says a US study. A research has suggested ….lack…

Are modern women nightmare bosses?

Monday, 05 December 2011 14:17
London: While the women fraternity spent decades battling its way to the top in business ladder, their success at the workplace has given rise to a new phenomenon — the nightmare female boss, says a British study. Experts claim that…

75pc women wear only a quarter of denims they own

Sunday, 04 December 2011 02:48
London: 75 percent of the women wear only a quarter of the pair of jeans they own and dump the rest of them in the back of their wardrobe, a new study has revealed. On an average, a woman owns…

Women save more than men despite earning less

Saturday, 03 December 2011 15:23
London: Women in Britain end up saving a larger chunk of their income compared to men, a new study has revealed. The fairer sex usually put aside 7,981pounds or 40 per cent of their gross average earnings on the other…

Optimism boosts performance for female students

Wednesday, 23 November 2011 14:03
Washington: A new study found that female students achieved higher grades by being optimistic, whereas male students were scoring less by being overconfident. According to the researchers of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), female students who were more optimistic…

1 in 3 bosses think women wear too much make-up to work

Monday, 21 November 2011 15:45
London: More than a third of bosses think some of their female colleagues wear too much make-up to work, a new poll has found. Having bright red lips, over made-up eyes and too much blusher, were polled as the most…