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<strong>How</strong> honeybees fight off infection

How honeybees fight off infection

27 Mar 2015

New York: Honeybees use different sets of genes, regulated by two distinct mechanisms, to fight off viruses, bacteria and gut parasites, new research reveals.

Honeybees,   Infection,   Mechanisms,   Viruses. Bacteria,   Parasites ,  
<strong>How</strong> anorexics resist tempting food

How anorexics resist tempting food

24 Mar 2015

New York:  While healthy individuals find it very difficult to resist the temptation of a mouth-watering delicacy, especially when they are hungry, anorexics face no such trouble as hunger does not increase their intensity of food rewards, says a new study.

anorexics ,   tempting food,   healthy,   temptation ,   hunger,   intensity ,  
Do you know <strong>how</strong> much brain humans use?

Do you know how much brain humans use?

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Right now you are using only 0.02 percent of your brain while reading this and you will start using more after reading this article.

brain usage,   use of brain in life,   facts on brain,   myths on brain,   brain usage percentage,   human brain,   human mind,   Albert Einstein,   Isaac Newton,  
<strong>How</strong> smartphones are ruining sex lives

How smartphones are ruining sex lives

14 Mar 2015

London:  Have you been feeling dissatisfied with your sex life of late? Your smartphone may be to blame, suggests a study.

Smartphones,   Ruining sex lives,   Dissatisfied,   Blame,   Study,  
<strong>How</strong> the brain learns the way things work

How the brain learns the way things work

18 Mar 2015

New York: When we learn a new technical concept, something happens in our brain. But exactly what? That has been a mystery until now.

Human Brain,   technical concept,   fire extinguisher,   neural representations,   mechanical systems,  
<strong>How</strong> cocaine hijacks memory

How cocaine hijacks memory

11 Mar 2015

Washington: Memories associated with drug use are a leading suspect in driving the impulses behind drug addiction and researchers have now found the mechanism that helps cocaine influence memory.

Cocaine,   Hijacks memory,   Washington,   Impulse,   Drug addiction,   Researchers,   Mechanism,   Influence memory,  
<strong>How</strong> to pick the right perfume

How to pick the right perfume

11 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As the mercury rises, it's the right time to revisit your perfume and deodorant collection.

Pick right perfume,   deodorant,   mercury rises,   beach date,   Dance night,  
<strong>How</strong> Antarctic octopus survives in the cold

How Antarctic octopus survives in the cold

11 Mar 2015

London: An Antarctic octopus that lives in ice-cold water uses a unique strategy to transport oxygen in its blood, revealed a research.

Antartic,   Octopus survives,   Cold,   London,   Ice cold,   Unique strategy,   Transport Oxygen,   Blood,   Research ,  
<strong>How</strong> O blood group protects against malaria

How O blood group protects against malaria

10 Mar 2015

London: For the first time, a team of Scandinavian scientists has decoded the mechanism behind the protection that O blood type provides against malaria. The team from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden identified a new and important piece of the puzzle by describing the key part played by the RIFIN protein.

O blood group,   Protection,   Malaria,   Scandinavian scientists,   Mechanism,   O blood type,   Karolinska Institute,   Sweden,   RIFIN proteins,  
Obesity impact on fertility can be reversed: Study

Obesity impact on fertility can be reversed: Study

11 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Researchers have revealed how damage from obesity is passed from a mother to her children, and also how that damage can be reversed. It is now well established that obesity in females leads to very serious fertility problems, including the inability to conceive.

obesity,   fertility problem,   infertility,   inability to conceive,  

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