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Flexible work schedules improve employees' health

Flexible work schedules improve employees' health

26 Jan 2015

Washington: Giving employees more control over their work schedules may help curb sleep deficiency and improve health, according to new research.

Flexible Work Schedules,   Information Technology,   Pennsylvania State University,   Sleep Deficiency,  
Close friends know how long you will live: Study

Close friends know how long you will live: Study

25 Jan 2015

Washington: Want to know how long you'll live? Ask your closest friends! Best friends are the most accurate judges of when a person might die and which personality traits will send them to an early grave, a new research suggests.

Close Friends,   Life,   Study,   Washington University,  
Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

24 Jan 2015

Washington: Inflammatory bowel diseases may be associated with an increase in the diversity of viruses in the body, scientists say.

virus,  inflammatory bowel diseases,  Washington University School of Medicine,   Researchers ,  
 Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

24 Jan 2015

Washington: Inflammatory bowel diseases may be associated with an increase in the diversity of viruses in the body, scientists say.

Viruses,   inflammatory bowel diseases,   digestive systems,   Washington University School of Medicine,  
HRD Ministry raises questions on Delhi University's preparations for CBCS

HRD Ministry raises questions on Delhi University's preparations for CBCS

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The HRD Ministry has put a spoke in Delhi University's plans to introduce the choice based credit transfer scheme from the coming academic session, raising questions about the preparations made, even though it had itself directed all central varsities to implement it from the said period.

HRD Ministry,   Delhi University,   Credit transfer scheme,   Academic session,   Central universities,  
Genetic variants influence the size of brain structures: Study

Genetic variants influence the size of brain structures: Study

24 Jan 2015

Washington: In a significant finding, an international team of scientists has discovered five genetic variants that influence the size of structures within the human brain.

Genetic variants,   brain structure,   size of brain structures,   human brain,   MRI scans,   Georgia State University,  
 Early human ancestors used their hands like modern humans

Early human ancestors used their hands like modern humans

24 Jan 2015

London: Early human ancestors started using hand postures similar to that of modern man much earlier than was previously thought, a new research suggests.

Early human ancestors,   hand postures,   modern humans,   Anthropologists from University of Kent,  
People shun friends as they near goal

People shun friends as they near goal

24 Jan 2015

Washington: In the effort to reach your goal you will come across a lot of friends but as you get closer to reaching your goal, you will find lesser number of people around you, a new study shows.

People shun friends,   goal,   anti-addiction,   weight-loss,   California State University,  
Salt and high BP: Blame it on your brain

Salt and high BP: Blame it on your brain

23 Jan 2015

Toronto: An international team led by scientists at McGill University has found that excessive salt intake 'reprogrammes' the brain, interfering with a natural safety mechanism that normally prevents the body's arterial blood pressure from rising.

Salt,   high BP,   Human brain,   scientists at McGill University,   reprogrammes ,  
Day napping in middle age boosts memory

Day napping in middle age boosts memory

23 Jan 2015

Sound sleep in young and middle-aged people helps memory and learning."As people grow older, they wake up more at night and have less deep sleep and dream sleep - both of which are important for overall brain functioning," said Michael K Scullin, director of Baylor University's sleep neuroscience and cognition laboratory.

Day napping,   middle age,   boosts memory,  mental health,   Baylor University,  

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