Addicted to Facebook? It may be affecting your eating habits!

Feb 13, 2018 | | Say something

emotional attachment of women to Facebook can lead to poor perception of their body and also follow a risky diet, according to a study. The study included 128 college-age women who completed an online survey about their eating habits and their emotional connection to Facebook – such as the amount of time spent on the […more]

Facebook tools and resources to launch suicide prevention in India

Jun 15, 2016 | | Say something

tools Today, Facebook introduced updated and educational resources for support people in India who have difficulties with self-injury or may be experiencing suicidal thoughts. The new suicide prevention tools in Facebook Developed in collaboration with mental health organizations and the contribution of people who have personal experience with self-injury and suicide , these tools for […more]

Meet Chef Ranveer Brar in his first live video

Jun 9, 2016 | | Say something

Facebook The Healthsite will host a live video session with Facebook Chef Ranveer Brar where you get to ask questions and ask anything and everything. The famous chef lives a busy life and yet manages to keep fit and eat healthy! – And we will get to know how he manages to June 13 For […more]

A study shows that bullies Facebook can make your life hell too real

Apr 29, 2016 | | Say something

If you find that you simply can not ‘Unfriend’ his friend well connected to Facebook as it can make your life hell real, they are probably right. According to the researchers, socially well-connected people can become problematic online on Facebook for those who avoid. Rioters online tend to be socially well connected, said a team […more]

Read health information online? Other comments can affect their views on health

Apr 6, 2016 | | Say something

An important area in which the Internet plays a role it is getting access to health information. Now a study has revealed that one-sided comments on news articles published online can influence readers’ opinions on topics related to health. This raises questions about how social media should be moderate health, especially given the potentially polarized […more]

The neighbors prefer to interact face to face on coomunicating on Facebook

Jan 21, 2016 | | Say something

Facebook may have connected more than a friend, but his role in the strengthen neighborhood bonds may be limited as face to face communication remains the norm among neighbors, new research suggests. People do not feel comfortable with neighbors to see the details of his private life on Facebook, the study found. “We found that […more]

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to run 1.6 km every day for the next 365 days. Here’s why you should start running too!

Jan 5, 2016 | | Say something

All of us make new year resolution, no one is safe by enthusiasm as the beginning of the year to achieve something. Some of us follow the resolution throughout the year, while many lose half due to lack of motivation. But what if someone motivate you to keep going? Mark Zuckerberg announced his physical challenge, […more]

Insecurity in relation makes you more active on Facebook: Study

Feb 10, 2015 | | Say something

New York, February 10: people who are usually insecure in their relationships more actively involved in the social networking site – often post on walls, comment, update their status or “taste” something – in the hope of attracting attention, the researchers said . The study suggests that there are at least two types of active […more]

Facebook networks helps raise 18 lakh for liver transplant to save lives

Jul 20, 2014 | | Say something

Facebook networks helps raise 18 lakh for liver transplant to save lives ; (image for the sole purpose of representation) A month and a half ago Srijani Halder had fallen into a coma after the sudden onset of jaundice that irreversibly damaged his liver. Your liver transplant to save life came in the form of […more]