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I made her run: Alize Cornet on <strong>how</strong> she managed to beat Serena

I made her run: Alize Cornet on how she managed to beat Serena

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Popular in the tennis circuit after taming Serena Williams thrice this year, FrenchwomanAlize Cornet says the key to conquering the world number one lies in countering her man-like serves with exhausting rallies.

Tennis,   Serena Williams,   Frenchwoman,   Alize Cornet,   CTL,   Champions Tennis League,  
<strong>How</strong> carbon dioxide moves around the Earth?

How carbon dioxide moves around the Earth?

18 Nov 2014

Washington: An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe. Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse the greenhouse gas away from its sources.

carbon dioxide,   earth,   CO2 around earth,   NASA computer model,   greenhouse gas,   NASA,  
High-fruit diets can worsen depression

High-fruit diets can worsen depression

19 Nov 2014

New York: Forcing your children to have too much fruit during adolescence can have negative consequences as a diet high in fructose, a sugar found naturally in fruits, may exacerbate their depressive behaviours, new research shows.

High-fruit diets,   fruit diet,   dieting,   How to loose weight,   ,  
Do smartphone apps help you lose weight?

Do smartphone apps help you lose weight?

18 Nov 2014

New York: Smartphone apps that promise to help you lose the extra kilos may not actually be doing so as most users leave them midway, new research says.

Smartphone apps,   how to lose weight,   smart phone,   Smart phone apps,   ways to lose weight ,  
Electronic 'tongue' mimics <strong>how</strong> people distinguish tastes

Electronic 'tongue' mimics how people distinguish tastes

13 Nov 2014

Washington: Scientists have developed a new inexpensive and highly sensitive electronic 'tongue' that could sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit the stores. The electronic 'tongue' could also monitor water for pollutants or test blood for signs of disease, researchers said.

Scientists have developed,   new inexpensive,   highly sensitive electronic tongue,   sample food and drinks,   monitor water for pollutants,   test blood for signs of disease,  
Twitter analysis reveals <strong>how</strong> weather affects mood

Twitter analysis reveals how weather affects mood

12 Nov 2014

Washington: We know that the weather has a profound physiological and psychological impact on us.

Weather,   Psychological impact,   Researchers,   Stanford University,   Twitter,   Tweets,   MIT Technological,  
<strong>How</strong> obesity triggers auto-immune diseases

How obesity triggers auto-immune diseases

11 Nov 2014

London: A new study points to the major role obesity plays in triggering and prolonging auto-immune diseases. In the case of auto-immune diseases, the immune system attacks its own body rather than predatory invaders.

obesity,   auto-immune diseases,   immune diseases,   immune system,  
<strong>How</strong> to tackle common skin complaints

How to tackle common skin complaints

03 Nov 2014

London: If you're suffering from skin-related problems like acne, eczeme or spider veins, don't fret! You can easily cure them at home. Experts have offered her expert advice on the most common skin-related problems and how one can tackle them.

skin-related problems,   acne,   eczeme,   spider veins,   oily face,   skin problems,   ,  
<strong>How</strong> many Tihar inmates get 'A' class wards at state expense: HC asks police

How many Tihar inmates get 'A' class wards at state expense: HC asks police

11 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the city police how many inmates of Tihar Jail are provided 'A' class wards/treatment in government hospitals at state expense, while referring to the number of hospital visits made by the convicts in the Nitish Katara murder case.

Delhi High Court,   Tihar Jail,   Delhi Police,   Tihar Inmates,  
<strong>How</strong> genes decide recovery from alcoholism

How genes decide recovery from alcoholism

05 Nov 2014

Washington: US researchers have identified genetic markers that may help in identifying individuals who could benefit from the alcoholism treatment drug Acamprosate. Patients carrying these genetic variants have longer periods of abstinence during the first three months of Acamprosate treatment, showed the study.

gene,   alcohol,   genetic marker,   alcoholism treatment,   alcohol,   alcohol-dependent,  

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