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Know <strong>how</strong> to make USD 500,000 a year on Twitter?

Know how to make USD 500,000 a year on Twitter?

14 Oct 2014

Owner of the tweeter account @UberFacts, Brooklyn-based Kris Sanchez makes a moolah for tweeting sponsored links. The links, when clicked by his followers, earn him between USD 01-.03 per click, according to Fast Company, a New York-based firm that inspires a new breed of innovative and creative thought leaders.

USD 500000,   twitter,   social media,   links,   link share,   fast company,   uberfacts,   uberfacts app,   ,  
Atomic map reveals <strong>how</strong> cholesterol is made

Atomic map reveals how cholesterol is made

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The cholesterol-making process in cells requires about 30 chemical reactions and 20 enzymes, seven of which are embedded in the cellular membrane.

Atomic map,   cholesterol,   enzymes,   sterol reductase,   NADPH.,  
Over Rs 7.5-cr released for mid-<strong>day</strong> meals at Delhi schools

Over Rs 7.5-cr released for mid-day meals at Delhi schools

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Funds to the tune of over Rs 7.5 crore have been released for government-aided schools in Delhi for serving mid-day meals to students in their primary and upper primary classes.

Mid-day meal,   Delhi schools,   national capital,   MCD,   government schools,   primary class,  
<strong>How</strong> to keep flu away on wedding <strong>day</strong>

How to keep flu away on wedding day

16 Sep 2014

London: Autumn weddings might be a rage right now, but the end of the year also brings along cold and flu. If you are one of those who gets sick easily, start with a prevention product to avoid ruining your wedding day.

prevent flu,   wedding day sickness,   cold before wedding,   sick,   flu,  
<strong>How</strong> brain retrieves specific memories

How brain retrieves specific memories

10 Oct 2014

New York: A team of US researchers has used light to erase specific memories in mice, giving an impetus to the basic theory of how different parts of the brain work together to retrieve episodic memories.

brain,   specific memories,   episodic memories,   optogenetics,   memory retrieval,  
<strong>How</strong> binge drinking harms the liver

How binge drinking harms the liver

09 Oct 2014

Washington: An Indian-origin researcher has identified epigenetic protein changes caused by binge drinking, a discovery that could lead to treatment for alcohol-related liver diseases.

binge drinking,   liver,   alcohol,   liver diseases,   DNA sequence,  
Foods you should eat every <strong>day</strong>

Foods you should eat every day

17 Oct 2014

Los Angele: Include spinach and tomatoes to your regular diet to work towards the right body frame.

Food,   Eating habits,   Spinach,   Tomatoes,   Body frame,   Healthy diet,   ,  
21-<strong>day</strong> quarantine period for Ebola not enough: Study

21-day quarantine period for Ebola not enough: Study

16 Oct 2014

Washington: The 21-day quarantine period for Ebola virus might not be enough to completely prevent the spread of the deadly disease which has already claimed over 4,000 lives, according to a new study.

Ebola,   Ebola crises,   Ebola epidemic,   Health scare,   21 day quarantine period,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> the violin got its shape over centuries

How the violin got its shape over centuries

09 Oct 2014

London: The first violins appeared in 16th century Italy and since then their designers have continued to incorporate numerous innovations to improve the acoustical properties and playability of violins, says a study.

violin,   acoustical properties,   violin makers,   Maggini,   Stradivari,   Amati,   Stainer,  
<strong>How</strong> curiosity drives learning

How curiosity drives learning

04 Oct 2014

New York: It is well known that curiosity makes learning easier and a study led by an Indian-origin researcher has now found what happens in our brains when our curiosity is piqued.

curiosity learning,   brain,   hippocampus,   reward circuit,   motivation,  

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