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Obesity can aggravate bone and muscle loss

Obesity can aggravate bone and muscle loss

18 Apr 2014

New York: Did you know that obesity may result in deterioration of bone density and muscle mass? If not, pay heed, a study warns.

Obesity,   Bone density,   Muscle mass,   Jasminka Ilich-Ernst,   Florida State University ,  
Study shows how parents can help toddlers learn verbs

Study shows how parents can help toddlers learn verbs

18 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study suggests that parents can help their toddlers’ language skills by showing them a variety of examples of different actions.

Parents,   toddlers,   toddlers to learn verbs,   University of Liverpool,   language skills,   actions,  
Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

17 Apr 2014

Melbourne: In a major breakthrough, researchers have identified the possible causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which may further prevent future loss of children's lives.

SIDS,   breathing problems,   loss of children’s lives,   University of Adelaide's School of Medical Sciences,   ,  
Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

16 Apr 2014

London: Partners who sleep less than an inch apart are more likely to be happy in their relationship than those maintaining a wider gap than 30 inches, a new study has found.

Partners,   University of Hertfordshire,   Psychologist Professor,   Richard Wiseman,   Relationship ,  
Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

16 Apr 2014

Washington: Women carrying a certain gene variant are more likely than men with the same gene variant to develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found.

Alzheimer’s gene,   Alzheimer's disease,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   ApoE4,   Alzheimer's effect on women,  
Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

15 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Researchers at University of British Columbia, Canada, are programming robots to communicate with people using human-like body language and cues.

Robots,   University of British Columbia,   robot interaction,   robot’s interaction with humans,   programming robots,   ,  
Soon, ATMs to defend themselves from attacks!

Soon, ATMs to defend themselves from attacks!

15 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Considering the number of attacks on Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in recent times, researchers have developed a new technology that will help these machines release caustic chemicals to attack robbers and vandals.

ATMs,   ETH University in Zurich,   ATM attacks,   ATM defense mechanism,   ATM defence,   ,  
Know your baby's health before it is conceived!

Know your baby's health before it is conceived!

14 Apr 2014

London: A new technology that creates digital embryos by virtually mixing two people's DNA can allow parents a glimpse of their baby's health and physical traits – before it has even been conceived.

DNA ,   Matchright technology,   GenePeeks,   USD 1995 ,   baby's health ,   Lee Silver ,   Princeton University,   baby's health,   physical traits,   ,  
Online food reviews can reveal your psychology

Online food reviews can reveal your psychology

14 Apr 2014

Washington: Attention, food bloggers! The reviews you post online may reveal information about your inner self too.

Online food reviews,   Stanford University,  Dan Jurafsky,  metaphors of drugs or addiction,   food bloggers,   food reveals psychology,  
Scientists reconstruct nose from lab-grown cartilage

Scientists reconstruct nose from lab-grown cartilage

14 Apr 2014

London: There is hope for those who have lost their nose to cancer or in an accident.

reconstruct nose,   engineered cartilage,   University Hospital of Basel,   cartilage 40 times,   collagen membrane,   chondrocytes,   ,  

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