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Health Special: <strong>How</strong> travel fit are you?

Health Special: How travel fit are you?

18 Apr 2015

New Delhi: If you've planned to hit the road this summer, read our checklist based on expert advice from medical professionals and travel planners for a hassle-free trip.

Health Special,   travel,   summer,   travel planners,   travelling tips,   lifestyle latest news,  
<strong>How</strong> RTO official checked Salman Khan's vehicle in 20 minutes, asks Defence lawyer

How RTO official checked Salman Khan's vehicle in 20 minutes, asks Defence lawyer

17 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Salman Khan's lawyer Shrikant Shivade on Thursday questioned how the actor's Toyota Land Cruiser, which was involved in the accident on September 28, 2012 in Bandra, was examined in flat 20 minutes by an RTO officer.

Hit and run case,   Salman Khan,   Shrikant Shivade,   Salman Khan defence lawyer,   Toyota Land Cruiser,   RTO officer,   latest news on Salman Khan,  
<strong>How</strong> probiotics benefit our gut

How probiotics benefit our gut

15 Apr 2015

New York:  A strain of good gut bacteria that has been linked to providing relief in intestinal problems, respiratory infections and some skin disorders works largely as a facilitator, by modifying the activity of other gut bacteria, research has found.

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Fatty diet can alter <strong>how</strong> body processes food

Fatty diet can alter how body processes food

15 Apr 2015

New York: Eating a high-fat diet just for five days can change the way in which the body's muscle processes nutrients, which could lead to long term problems such as weight gain, obesity and other health issues, says a study.

Fatty diet,   food process,   body muscle,   nutrients,   weight gain,   obesity,   Latest health news ,  
IAS prelims 2015: <strong>How</strong> to start preparation to crack first hurdle

IAS prelims 2015: How to start preparation to crack first hurdle

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The IAS Prelims 2015 will be conducted on August 23, 2015. Cracking the initial hurdle has always been challenging for the IAS aspirants who generally face difficulty in starting, planning and mapping their preparations. But as the old saying goes "Well Begun is half done” what we propose - is to plan for the IAS prelims 2015 keeping in mind all the aspects of the exams and then execute your plan efficiently and effectively.

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<strong>How</strong> sane people become killers

How sane people become killers

09 Apr 2015

Melbourne:  How do some people turn killers and have no guilt about their actions? That's due to a brain mechanism that justifies killings, says a study.

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 <strong>How</strong> gut bacteria produce key brain chemical

How gut bacteria produce key brain chemical

10 Apr 2015

New York:  Production of a key chemical, deficiency of which is linked to various diseases and disorders such as depression and anxiety, depends largely on a group of approximately 20 bacteria in the gut, says a new study.

bacteria,   brain chemical,   neurotransmitter,   Latest news,   cardiovascular dise,  
Mummies reveal <strong>how</strong> tuberculosis ravaged 18th century Europe

Mummies reveal how tuberculosis ravaged 18th century Europe

09 Apr 2015

London: Samples from mummies in a 200-year-old crypt in Hungary have revealed that infections by multiple strains of tuberculosis (TB) gripped 18th century Europe when the disease was at its peak.

Mummies,   crypt,   Dominican church of Vaic,   tuberculosis,   metagenomics ,  
Role reversal: Sonakshi teaches dad <strong>how</strong> to 'walk'

Role reversal: Sonakshi teaches dad how to 'walk'

06 Apr 2015

Mumbai: For Sonakshi Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha, sashaying down the ramp at a fashion show for a cause turned out to be an emotional experience as the senior 'Shotgun' reminisced about the days when he taught his little girl how to walk.

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<strong>How</strong> gender is determined in the brain, reveals study

How gender is determined in the brain, reveals study

04 Apr 2015

New York: During prenatal development, the brains of most animals, including humans, develop specifically male or female characteristics. New research sheds light on how this process is triggered.

gender,   brain,   study,   human being,   University of Maryland,   Neuroscience,  

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