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Brain signaling determines <strong>how</strong> disappointed you feel

Brain signaling determines how disappointed you feel

30 Sep 2014

New York: Feelings of disappointment are caused by a rare type of brain signaling, according to a new study.

Brain signaling,   disappointed,   disappointment,   brain,   neurotransmitters,   mood,  
Energy drinks may ruin <strong>your</strong> sleep

Energy drinks may ruin your sleep

06 Oct 2014

London: Although energy drinks may enhance athlete's performance, they also cause insomnia and nervousness, a study said.

Energy drinks,   sleep,   athlete,   insomnia,   nervousness,   sportsmen,  
Nervous wait for Bianchi family and team

Nervous wait for Bianchi family and team

06 Oct 2014

Yokkaichi (Japan): Jules Bianchi's father was rushing to Japan on Monday where the Formula One driver was in intensive care with a serious head injury, after one of the worst crashes the sport has seen in nearly two decades.

Yokkaichi,   Japan,   Jules Bianchi,   Formula One,   driver,   intensive care,   serious head injury,   worst crashes,   ,  
Antidepressants may change <strong>how</strong> you feel about <strong>your</strong> partner

Antidepressants may change how you feel about your partner

11 Aug 2014

New York: Taking antidepressants may affect people's feelings of love and attachment towards their partner, a new study has found.

Antidepressants,   love,   SSRI,   selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors,   University of California ,  
<strong>How</strong> to avoid falling for friends

How to avoid falling for friends

19 Sep 2014

London: Having a close circle of friends might be great in many ways, but there are more chances of falling for them. Look for other ways to find the perfect match rather than just looking around to see who's nearby.

Friends,   dating,   online dating,   social circle,   love relationships,  
EC notice to Gadkari for 'inducing voters to <strong>take</strong> bribe'

EC notice to Gadkari for 'inducing voters to take bribe'

06 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Monday issued a show cause notice to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for "statements to the effect of inducing the voters to take bribe" during campaigning in Maharashtra assembly polls.

Election Commission,   Nitin Gadkari,   Maharashtra assembly polls,  
Ways to keep <strong>your</strong> eyes healthy

Ways to keep your eyes healthy

02 Oct 2014

London: Most of the computer users suffer from the symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and  an expert says that it is important to take breaks and blink regularly.

eyes health,   computer,   Computer Vision Syndrome,   CVS,   health risk,  
<strong>How</strong> to help shy kids learn

How to help shy kids learn

23 Sep 2014

New York: If your kids are shy, anxious, fearful, socially withdrawn, and isolated; it is more important to engage them in learning activities than trying to change them, says a study.

shy kids,   socially withdrawn KIDS,   shy children,   parents,   kindergarten,   shy peers,  
Maharashtra polls: Political parties <strong>take</strong> social media route to woo voters

Maharashtra polls: Political parties take social media route to woo voters

09 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Taking a cue from the success of BJP's online campaign in Lok Sabha election, the other parties have opened up their war chest to spend on social media to expand the reach of their mass contact campaign for the Maharashtra Assembly polls.

Mahashtra Poll,   Political parties,   Assembly elections,   BJP,   Congress,   Shiv Sena,   ,  
Mobile technology may improve India's health <strong>care</strong>

Mobile technology may improve India's health care

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Mobile phones and smart devices will have a large role to play in improving access to health care and involving patients more in their own treatment, a leading Oxford University academic said.

Mobile technology,   India's health care,   smart devices,   Global Health,   health access,  

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