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People most likely to unfriend high school friend on Facebook

People most likely to unfriend high school friend on Facebook

23 Apr 2014

Washington: The most likely person to be unfriended on Facebook is a high school acquaintance, a new study has found.  

Facebook,   People unfriend highschool friends,   unfriended person's emotional response,   University of Colorado Denver,   High School friends,   friend of a friend,   work friends,   CU Denver Business School,   ,  
Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study

Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study

23 Apr 2014

Toronto: Do not blame her for no action tonight as women in pain often say no to sex as pain from inflammation or some other reason greatly reduces sexual motivation in female than male, research reveals.

curb sex drive,   McGill University ,   women in pain,   evolutionary biology explanation,   sexual behaviour ,   desire-enhancing drugs,   inflammatory pain,   ,  
32 percent of adult Canadians experienced child abuse: Study

32 percent of adult Canadians experienced child abuse: Study

23 Apr 2014

Montreal: Almost one-third of Canadians experienced physical or sexual abuse at home during childhood, revealed a study that has warned of a link to mental disorders and suicide.

Adult Canadians,   physical abuse,   sexual abuse,   Tracie Afifi,   University of Manitoba ,  
Cells responsible for invasive bladder cancer identified

Cells responsible for invasive bladder cancer identified

22 Apr 2014

Washington: A single type of cell in the lining of the bladder is responsible for most cases of invasive bladder cancer, according to a new study.

Invasive bladder cancer,   bladder cancer,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   cancer,   preventing bladder cancer ,  
Laughter boosts short-term memory: Study

Laughter boosts short-term memory: Study

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study conducted by researchers at Loma Linda University in US has revealed that laughter can improve short-term memory in older adults and make the brain work better.

Laughter,   short-term memory,   humour,   memory power,   Loma Linda University,  
New glasses to fake your emotions

New glasses to fake your emotions

21 Apr 2014

London: Researchers have developed glasses that show computer-generated eye animations in place of the wearer's real ones and could be used to simulate emotional reactions when users are distracted or busy.

computer-generated eye,   University of Tsukuba,   organic light-emitting diode,   Bluetooth wireless connection,   control their emotions,   ,  
Researchers identify ‘Chaperone’ compound to treat Alzheimer's disease

Researchers identify ‘Chaperone’ compound to treat Alzheimer's disease

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), Weill Cornell Medical College and Brandeis University have devised a new approach to the treatment of Alzheimer's disease involving the so-called retromer protein complex.

Alzheimer’s disease,   Chaperone,  Columbia University Medical Center,   treating Alzheimer's,  curing Alzheimer's,  
EC seeks cancellation of tax benefits to 10 political parties

EC seeks cancellation of tax benefits to 10 political parties

20 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) has sought withdrawal of tax exemption benefits to ten political parties from the CBDT on the grounds that they failed to submit their mandatory expenditure contribution reports on time to the poll body.

tax benefits,   political parties,   Election Commission,   CBDT,   political parties expenditure,   Central Board of Direct Taxes,  
Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

Drone kills 15 Al-Qaeda suspects, 3 civilians in Yemen: Official

19 Apr 2014

Sanaa: A drone strike on Saturday killed 15 Al-Qaeda suspects and three civilians in Yemen's central Baida province, a stronghold of the extremist group, a security official said.

Drone strike,   killed 15 Al-Qaeda,   Yemen's central Baida,   southern Shabwa province witnesses,   Yemen's President ,  
People scan internet for health early in week: Study

People scan internet for health early in week: Study

19 Apr 2014

New York: Do you scan internet looking for topics on how to improve your health early in the week and switch to lifestyle and soft searches on weekends? A fascinating research says so.

Scan Internet,   switch to lifestyle,   improve your health ,   San Diego State University,   John W Ayers,  Benjamin Althouse,   ,  

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