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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,  
Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death

Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death

19 Nov 2014

London: Vitamin D deficiency is not just bad for your bone health, it can also result in various other diseases leading to an early death, research shows. The study based on examination of genes has established for the first time a causal relationship between low Vitamin D levels and increased mortality, the researchers claimed.

Vitamin D deficiency,   low Vitamin D,   early death,   bone health,   bone capacity,   low vitamin D effects,   sun rays,   sunshine,   sunburns ,  
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,  
Terrorism can hamper fertility

Terrorism can hamper fertility

20 Nov 2014

London: A significant study has revealed that on average, terrorism decreases fertility - reducing both the expected number of children a woman has over her lifetime and the number of live births occurring during each year.

Terrorism can hamper fertility,   terrorism decreases fertility,   reducing expected number of children a woman has,   live births occurring during each year,   demographic transitions and security concerns,   Claude Berrebi from Hebrew University,   number of incidents and the number of deaths,   using sophisticated empirical analysis,   causal effects of terrorism,   larger-scale demographic transitions,   ,  
Government <strong>effects</strong> mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle

Government effects mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle

24 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 40 IAS officers have been shifted to different departments as part of a mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle effected by the central government.

IAS officers,   IAS officers transfer,   IAS officers transfer 2014,   Mid-level bureaucracy,   Bureaucracy reshuffle,   Central government,   Modi government,  
Maternal recreational drug-use leads to offspring brain birth defects

Maternal recreational drug-use leads to offspring brain birth defects

04 Nov 2014

Women who engage in recreational drug during the time of conception or pregnancy are more likely to have babies with brain defects, says a study led by researchers from University College London in UK.

recreational drug,   pregnant woman,   drugs effects during pregnancy,   brain defect,   offspring brain birth defect,   conception,   pregnancy,   mother,   babies,   drugs,  
Sleep apnea affects everyday memory

Sleep apnea affects everyday memory

30 Oct 2014

New York: Sleep apnea may affect your ability to form new spatial memories such as remembering where you parked your car, a research found. This sleeping disorder results in disruption of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep and impairs spatial memory in humans even when other sleep stages are intact, the findings showed.

Sleep disorder,   Sleep apnea,   memory,   Sleep apnea effects,   Rapid Eye Movement,   spatial memory,  
Burning garbage has worse health <strong>effects</strong> than previously estimated

Burning garbage has worse health effects than previously estimated

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: A new study by National Center for Atmospheric Research reveals that burning of trash has more adverse effect on public health than it was assumed.

Burning garbage,   health effects,   burning trash,   public health,   mercury,   polycyclic hydrocarbons,   ,  

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