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Kidney stones <strong>may</strong> increase bone fracture risk

Kidney stones may increase bone fracture risk

25 Oct 2014

Washington: People, especially women who develop kidney stones may be at increased risk of experiencing bone fractures, finds a research. Those who form stones in the kidneys and urinary tract a condition called urolithiasis may have reduced bone mineral density and be at an increased risk of bone fractures, the findings showed.

Kidney stones,   bone fracture risk,   kidney,   urinary tract,   urolithiasis,   bone fractures,  
English experience to help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman

English experience to help Indians in Australia tour: Laxman

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: VVS Laxman on Friday said that the English experience would help the cricketers do well in the grueling Australia tour that precedes the World Cup.

VVS Laxman,   Australia tour,   2015 World Cup,   Indian cricket team,  
Skin patches <strong>may</strong> replace traditional blood test

Skin patches may replace traditional blood test

24 Oct 2014

London: A team of researchers has designed and successfully tested, for the first time, a small skin patch that detected malarial proteins in live mice.

Skin patches,   blood test,   malarial proteins,   malaria parasite,   Plasmodium,   falciparum,  
<strong>Barbados</strong> <strong>may</strong> <strong>send</strong> <strong>smallest</strong> <strong>team</strong> for <strong>London</strong> <strong>Olympics</strong>

Barbados may send smallest team for London Olympics

21 Dec 2011

Barbados Olympic Association (BOA) president Steve Stoute said the island is likely to field its smallest team ever for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The University of Mumbai has been ranked among the top 10 schools that produce the world's billionaires and has more number of such undergraduate alumni than London School of Economics.

University of Mumbai,   Top 10 schools,   World's billionaires,   Undergraduate alumni,   London School of Economics,   Wealth-X,   UBS Billionaire Census,   Bachelor's degrees,   Billionaire undergraduate alumni,  
Dunga sets new code of conduct for Brazil squad

Dunga sets new code of conduct for Brazil squad

24 Oct 2014

Rio De Janeiro: In his bid to revive the Brazil football team, coach Dunga has introduced a new code of conduct for the national squad that includes a ban on baseball caps, earrings, flip-flops and the use of mobile phones during meals.

Rio De Janeiro,   Brazil football team,   coach Dunga,   Dunga,   code of conduct,   national squad,  
Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

Never wanted to abandon India tour: Marlon Samuels

24 Oct 2014

Kingston: West Indies stroke-maker Marlon Samuels said he never wanted to be part of the one-day team's plan to abandon the tour of India, and revealed he stayed away from most of the players' meetings during the troubled tour.

Kingston,   West Indies,   Marlon Samuels,   one-day team,   players' meetings,   WICB,   Wavell Hinds,  
BJP to <strong>send</strong> Rajnath, Naidu as observers to Maharashtra, Haryana

BJP to send Rajnath, Naidu as observers to Maharashtra, Haryana

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The BJP Sunday decided to send senior party leaders Rajnath Singh to Maharashtra and Venkaiah Naidu to Haryana to take a decision on the chief ministerial candidates in the two states.

BJP,   Rajnath Singh,   Maharashtra results,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Haryana results,   Chief ministers,  
Walnuts <strong>may</strong> help prevent Alzheimer: Study

Walnuts may help prevent Alzheimer: Study

22 Oct 2014

New York: A walnut-enriched diet may help reduce the risk, delay the onset or slow the progression of Alzheimer disease, a new study, led by an Indian-origin researcher, has found.

Walnuts,   Alzheimer,   walnut-enriched diet ,   memory,   anxiety,  
 Flu vaccine <strong>may</strong> prevent heart disease: Study

Flu vaccine may prevent heart disease: Study

22 Oct 2014

London : Flu vaccines may hold the key to developing a new vaccine against the deadly heart disease,scientists have found.Flu vaccines are known to have a protective effect against heart disease, reducing the risk of a heart attack.

Flu vaccines,  Heart disease,   Heart Attack,   Dr Veljkovic,   ,  

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