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<strong>Daily</strong> coffee may cut Alzheimer's risk by 20 percent

Daily coffee may cut Alzheimer's risk by 20 percent

27 Nov 2014

London: Researchers have found that drinking up to five cups of coffee per day may help curb Alzheimer's risk by 20 percent. Caffeine in coffee helps prevent the formation of amyloid plaques and neurofibrulary tangles in the brain - two hallmarks of Alzheimer's, the findings showed.

Daily coffee,   coffee intake,   coffee benefits,   Alzheimer,   drinking coffee benefits,  
Centipede's genome shows how <strong>life</strong> evolved on Earth

Centipede's genome shows how life evolved on Earth

27 Nov 2014

Jerusalem: Scientists have for the first time sequenced genome of the humble centipede, an advance that provides new insight into how life developed on Earth.

Centipede's genome,   life on Earth,   genome,   Centipedes,   insects,   spiders,   animals,  
Australia's Phillip Hughes continues to fight for <strong>life</strong>

Australia's Phillip Hughes continues to fight for life

26 Nov 2014

Sydney: Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes was still fighting for his life on Wednesday as family and friends kept vigil at his hospital bedside.

Australia cricketer,   Phillip Hughes,   St Vincent hospital,   Sydney Cricket Ground,   Cricket Australia,   Sean Abbott ,  
Turkeys may provide potentially <strong>life</strong>-saving antibiotic

Turkeys may provide potentially life-saving antibiotic

26 Nov 2014

Washington: Scientists have discovered that the biological machinery needed to produce a potentially life-saving antibiotic is found in turkeys. Researchers from Brigham Young University found that the antibiotic to target staph infections and strep throat can come from good bacteria in turkeys.

turkeys,   life saving antibiotic,   staph infections,   strep throat,   good bacteria in turkeys,   MP1 antibiotic,  
Hughes continues to fight for <strong>life</strong>, still critical

Hughes continues to fight for life, still critical

26 Nov 2014

Sydney: Australian batsman Phillip Hughes continued to fight for life as he remained in a critical condition after being struck on the head in a freak accident during a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground here.

Phillip Hughes,  Australia,   Peter Brukner,   St. Vincent Hospital,   Sheffield Shield Match,   Sydney Cricket Ground,   ,  
Japan's Nippon to hike stake in Reliance asset management arm

Japan's Nippon to hike stake in Reliance asset management arm

26 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Japan's Nippon life has decided to increase its stake in the asset management company of Anil Ambani-led Reliance Capital to 49 percent from 26 percent, taking its valuation to USD1.2 billion, the company said on Wednesday.

Anil Ambani-led Reliance Capital,   Nippon Life Insurance,   Reliance Capital Asset Management,   Yoshinobu Tsutsui,   Sam Ghosh,   ,  
Sudhir Mishra to shoot final <strong>schedule</strong> of 'Aur Devdas' in Delhi

Sudhir Mishra to shoot final schedule of 'Aur Devdas' in Delhi

24 Nov 2014

Panaji: Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra's 'Aur Devdas', a political take on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's most adapted novel, is all set to have its final schedule of shooting in Delhi from next month.

Sudhir Mishra,   Aur Devdas,   NFDC Film Bazaar,   Richa Chadha ,   Aditi Rao Hydari Chandni,   ,  
Brain knows what is virtual or real: Study

Brain knows what is virtual or real: Study

26 Nov 2014

Washington: Neurons in the brain react differently to virtual reality than they do in real-life environment, shows a study.The finding can be significant for people who use virtual reality for gaming, military, commercial, scientific or other purposes.

Neurons,   brain,   virtual reality,   real-life,   Mayank Mehta,   University of California,   Los Angeles (UCLA),   hippocampus,   Alzheimer,   stroke,   depression,   schizophrenia,   epilepsy,   post-traumatic stress disorder,   Nature Neuroscience,   ,  
India is one of <strong>our</strong> fastest growing market: Twitter

India is one of our fastest growing market: Twitter

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Buoyed by the rising penetration of Internet in the country, a top official from Twitter said India is one of the fastest growing market for the micro-blogging site.

Internet,   Twitter,   Twitter India,   Micro-blogging,   Social media,  
Tiny shrimps hold clues to alien <strong>life</strong>

Tiny shrimps hold clues to alien life

24 Nov 2014

Washington: A tiny shrimp residing at one of the world's deepest undersea hydrothermal vents holds clues about what life could be like on other planets, NASA scientists say.

Tiny shrimps,   alien life,   NASA scientists,   NASA,   Jet Propulsion Laboratory,  

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