Special | Jasarat Newspaper English - Part 2

Cows may become biggest mammal on Earth if humans keep up...

OSLO: The spread of humans around the world from Africa thousands of years ago wiped out big mammals in a shrinking trend that could make...

Pak-Australian engineer awarded Commonwealth Young Person of the Year

A Pakistani Australian engineer who helps refugees start their own business in Australia has been awarded Commonwealth Young Person of the Year at a...

Not just heart, sitting is bad for your brain too: Study

ISLAMABAD: Excessive sitting is bad for your physical health - and your brain too, finds a new study. According to scientists at the University of...

Losing weight can help counter sleep disorders: Study

Recent studies have revealed a link between shedding extra layers of cellulose and sleep apnoea, a sleep related problem. According to a research by the...

Appetite not to be blamed: Stress hormone causes weight gain

According to research by the Department of Medicine at Stanford University in the U.S., stress can cause you to gain weight because of the...

World Health Day observed today

Like other parts of the globe, the World Health Day was also observed in Pakistan on April 7 (Saturday) to create global awareness in...

Accidents of trains decrease by 188 percent in 2017

Pakistan Railways adopted adequate measures for safety of passengers which drastically decreased the accident ratio by 188 percent during the year 2017 as compared...

Belly fat matters for women with kidney cancer

Excess weight is a major risk factor for the development of kidney cancer , a study said. According to researchers, the longer a patient survives...

Parental conflict affects children’s mental health : Study

Parents conflict can affect children's mental health and can do lasting damages to kids, a new study said. According to researchers  the emotional processing...

Pakistan saw 65pc increase in use of antibiotics in 16 years:...

NEW YORK: Global consumption of antibiotics has soared since the year 2000, stoking calls for new policies to rein in usage -- and fueling...