Explained: The special bones that allowed dinosaurs to fly
According to a recent study, dinosaurs as large as buses and five-storey buildings survived because of their unique bones, which are hollow filled with little air sacs
Amazon Prime Video's The Boys spin-off series casts Lizze Broadway, Jaz Sinclair as first superheroes
Lizze Broadway and Jaz Sinclair are the first lead actors from the ensemble cast of The Boys spin-off
Dogs migrated to America along with early human settlers 10,000 years ago
The femur of a dog showed that it shared a genetic lineage with American dogs that lived before the arrival of European breeds.
Over 275 million children in India suffer mild to severe effects of lead poisoning, as per new UNICEF report
Lead has been found in food items like Chili powder, Garam Masala, etc and in a brand of instant noodles popular across India.
Link between low Vitamin D levels, high COVID-19 infection risk established by Israeli researchers
People in their 20's and 50's were also found to be more at-risk for COVID-19 in the study, due to social gatherings and comorbid conditions.
Lack of vitamin D can cause heart failure in human beings, a new study finds
Vitamin D deficiency causes heart problem was theorized but now Indian researchers have found proof of it in rats.
At the Jaipur Literature Festival 2018, whispers of Karni Sena, an absent CM, and Rupi Kaur hysteria
With every passing edition, the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival keeps getting bigger — and the controversies, weirder | #FirstCulture
Sheena Bora murder case: Bones found in 2012 don't match remains exhumed recently?
Experts at the BYL Nair Hospital in their report to Khar police station on the Sheena Bora murder case have said that the remains collected by the Pen police in 2012 and those submitted by JJ Hospital are probably not from the same body.
Meet 'Homo naledi', the newly discovered human ancestor in South Africa
The fossilised bones of 15 bodies from a previously unknown human species have been discovered in a cave in South Africa and has been named "Homo naledi".
Delhi gangrape: How does a bone test determine age?
Bone age is the degree of maturation of a person's bones. As one grows through childhood, puberty, and finishes growth as a young adult, the bones change in size and shape. These changes can be through x-rays.