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Vitamin B negates pesticide <strong>effects</strong> on fertility: Study

Vitamin B negates pesticide effects on fertility: Study

06 Jan 2015

New York: Exposure to a common pesticide used to kill mosquitoes can increase the risk of early miscarriage in women, but those who have adequate levels of vitamin B in their bodies stay protected, new research says.

miscarriage in women,   vitamin B,   fertility,   woman's health,   miscarriage,   vitamins,   healthy diet,   health food,   pregnancy,  
Exercise curbs Parkinson's <strong>effects</strong>: Study

Exercise curbs Parkinson's effects: Study

01 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Just an hour of exercise thrice a week can help people with Parkinson's disease improve their balance and even reduce risk of falling down in people with early stage of the disease, new research says.

Exercise,   Parkinson,   Parkinson's disease,   study,  
Enjoy watching billboard sized 3D display without glasses

Enjoy watching billboard sized 3D display without glasses

16 Jan 2015

New Delhi: New discovery can enable people watch billboard sized 3D display without the need of wearing 3D glasses.

3d display,   3D effects,   3D glasses,   TriLite Technologies,   Vienna University of Technology,  
CBI <strong>effects</strong> minor reshuffle

CBI effects minor reshuffle

04 Dec 2014

New Delhi: New CBI Director Anil Kumar Sinha effected a minor reshuffle in the senior positions of the probe agency.

CBI,   Anil Kumar Sinha,   Ashok Tiwari,   Special Crime Unit,   Saradha Scam,  
Watching more TV linked to increased junk food consumption

Watching more TV linked to increased junk food consumption

09 Jan 2015

Houston: People who watch excessive amounts of TV tend to eat more unhealthy foods and might not understand the foundations of a healthy diet, a new study suggests.

TV watching effects,   unhealthy foods,   healthy diet,   junk food,   food,   snacking,   snacking behaviours ,  
Air pollution leads to adverse pregnancy outcomes: Study

Air pollution leads to adverse pregnancy outcomes: Study

23 Dec 2014

London:  A recent study by Tel Aviv University researchers has provided new evidence linking high exposure to air pollution to an increased risk of congenital malformations."Our results suggest that exposure to higher levels of air pollution during pregnancy is associated with various adverse pregnancy outcomes," said professor Liat Lerner-Geva from the university's Sackler Faculty of Medicine and School of Public Health.

Air pollution,   Pregnancy,   Research,  Congenital malformations,   Adverse effects ,  
New device to monitor adverse <strong>effects</strong> of cancer drug

New device to monitor adverse effects of cancer drug

27 Oct 2014

Toronto: Scientists have developed a new portable device that can correctly measure a patient's blood for the effects of methotrexate, a commonly used but potentially toxic cancer drug, in less than a minute.

cancer drug,   toxic cancer drug,   enzyme,   DNA,   cancer,   cancer patients,  
Centre <strong>effects</strong> bureaucratic reshuffle; over 35 Joint Secretaries shifted

Centre effects bureaucratic reshuffle; over 35 Joint Secretaries shifted

04 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In another major bureaucratic reshuffle, the government has promoted 26 IAS officials at Special Secretary level and shifted at least 35 Joint Secretaries.

Bureaucratic reshuffle,   Modi government,   IAS officials,   Special Secretary,   Joint Secretaries,  
Poor eating habits have long term <strong>effects</strong> on heart

Poor eating habits have long term effects on heart

04 Nov 2014

New York: Poor eating habits can affect your heart for a long time and the effects can persist long after dietary habits are improved, shows a research. It alters the way genes express themselves, including genes related to immunity, the findings showed.

Poor eating habits,   heart,   dietary habits,   genes,   immunity,   cardiovascular disorders,  
Government <strong>effects</strong> major reshuffle; DFS sectary GS Sandhu transferred

Government effects major reshuffle; DFS sectary GS Sandhu transferred

04 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the government replaced Financial Services Secretary Gurdial Singh Sandhu with Gujarat-cadre IAS officer Hasmukh Adhia and made over 60 Special and Joint Secretary-level appointments.

Government,   reshuffle,   DFS secy,   GS Sandhu,   Sadhu transferred,  

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