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<strong>How</strong> to create the perfect sleep environment

How to create the perfect sleep environment

25 Oct 2014

London: A good night's sleep is vital for your health and well being. From keeping away distractions from your bedroom to maintaining the right temperature, an expert gives some advice on how one can get a sound sleep.

sleep environment,   good night's sleep,   health,   sound sleep,   Sleep,  
<strong>How</strong> body regulates weight loss

How body regulates weight loss

25 Oct 2014

New York: A hormone seen as a popular target to develop weight loss drugs works by directly targeting the brain and triggering previously unknown activity in the nervous system, researchers have found.

weight loss,   weight loss,   drugs,   brain nervous system,   hormone,   obesity epidemic,  
<strong>How</strong> risky behaviour emerges among teens?

How risky behaviour emerges among teens?

23 Oct 2014

New York: Children who show poor decision-making skills at age 10 or 11 are more likely to indulge in high-risk health behaviour during their teenage years, says a study.

poor decision-making skills,   children,   risky behaviour,   teens,   high-risk health behaviour ,  
<strong>How</strong> giant black holes block star formation

How giant black holes block star formation

22 Oct 2014

New York: Massive black holes spewing out radio-frequency-emitting particles at near-light speed can block formation of new stars in ageing galaxies, a study has found.

black hole,   star formation,   new stars,   ageing galaxies,   galaxy,   stars,  
<strong>How</strong> to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

How to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Worried about weight gain during festive season? Here are some healthy tips to bail you out.

Festivals,   Weight,   Health,   Sweets,   Almonds,  
<strong>How</strong> stress triggers depression risk

How stress triggers depression risk

21 Oct 2014

New York: The immune system is crucial to fend off diseases, but if it is hypersensitive to stress, the risk of depression may go up, says new research.

stress,   depression risk,   hypersensitive,   immune system,   virus,   blood cells,   leucocytes,   depression,  
<strong>How</strong> to deal with workplace bullying?

How to deal with workplace bullying?

16 Oct 2014

New York: If you are a victim of bullying at the workplace, instead of suffering it silently find a co-worker with whom you could share your story, a study suggests. The process of being believed and having someone listen to their story is crucial in helping bullying victims communicate better about their experience, the findings showed.

Workplace,   Bullying,   Behaviour,   Iowa State University,   US,  
Slow-growing galaxies to reveal <strong>how</strong> universe was formed

Slow-growing galaxies to reveal how universe was formed

16 Oct 2014

Washington: Do you wonder why some galaxies flourish with star formation and others barely bloom? The answer lies in slow-growing galaxies.

galaxies,   universe,   slow-growing galaxies,   NASA,   Spitzer Space Telescope,   Galaxy Evolution Explorer,  
Female chimps stressed out by competing suitors

Female chimps stressed out by competing suitors

08 Oct 2014

New York: Aggressive tactics of male chimps could put a damper on female chimps' chances to conceive, a new study has found.

male chimps,   female chimps,   conceive,   chimpanzees,   chimps offspring,  
<strong>How</strong> omega-6 fatty acids lower bad cholesterol?

How omega-6 fatty acids lower bad cholesterol?

17 Oct 2014

London: A study has detected a gene that affects blood cholesterol levels by generating a compound from omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, called lipoxins with anti-inflammatory properties.

omega-6 fatty acids,   cholestrol,   lipoxins,   enzyme,   Austria,   cardiovascular disease,  

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