The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Train your brain, for better IQ
In the list of things we regard as immutable, intelligence would rank very high. We all learn as we go along, and become better at doing many things, but our innate intelligence remains the same. According to conventional wisdom, no amount of training can alter this fact, and most scientists seemed ...  | Read.. 
The secret of smells
Nearly 25 years ago, US physician and writer Lewis Thomas famously said of the sense of smell: “It may not seem a profound enough problem to domi ...  | Read.. 
Sunshine on my shoulders
Medical researchers are homing in on a new wonder drug that can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and many other diseas ...  | Read.. 
Tomatoes take on diabetes
A team of researchers in Chandigarh has found that a substance found abundantly in tomatoes can help ward off the memory loss and learning disabilitie ...  | Read.. 
Train your brain, for better IQ
Gmail tips and tricks
Google is experimenting at a furious pace. Its most popular product, Gmail, has gone back to the lab for further improvements even before most of you could discover its fantastic hidden features. Here are some little-known features that will help to ...  | Read.. 
Am I diabetic?
My blood sugar value is 180 on an empty stomach and the same after food...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do parts of our body ‘fall asleep’?