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Emraan 'thanks' fans for 'Tigers' <strong>response</strong>

Emraan 'thanks' fans for 'Tigers' response

25 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who has made his international debut with the film 'Tigers', is feeling overwhelmed by the response to the film and has 'thanked' his fans for supporting him.

Emraan Hashmi,   Tigers,   international debut,   Emraan tweets,   London Indian Film Festival,   Bollywood Celebs,   Latest Entertainment News,  
 New HIV vaccine candidate may generate <strong>immune</strong> <strong>response</strong>: Study

New HIV vaccine candidate may generate immune response: Study

20 Jun 2015

Washington: An experimental vaccine candidate may have the potential to stimulate the immune system to block HIV infection, according to new research.

HIV vaccine candidate,   HIV infection,   immune system,   vaccine HIV,   Latest health news,  
Vaccine boosts <strong>immune</strong> <strong>response</strong> in cancer patients

Vaccine boosts immune response in cancer patients

04 Apr 2015

Washington: A new vaccine improves the immune system's response to cancer by using altered forms of proteins from the patient, according to a study published by the journal Science.

Vaccine,   immune response,   cancer patients,   cancer,  
Sidharth Malhotra happy with 'Brothers' <strong>response</strong>

Sidharth Malhotra happy with 'Brothers' response

18 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Actor Sidharth Malhotra, whose latest film 'Brothers' amassed Rs 52.08 crore in its opening weekend in India, is content with the business of the movie.

Sidharth Malhotra,   Sidharth Malhotra film,   Brothers,   Brothers at box office,   Latest Entertainment News ,  
 Do you know the difference between tea, coffee

Do you know the difference between tea, coffee

19 Aug 2015

New Delhi: There are various reasons as to why people  have been enjoying tea and coffee for hundreds of years. The penchant for these beverages for people is a grave addiction which makes it an integrated part of their lives. With the passage of time, tea and coffee have been manifested into different forms. From green, white to oolong teas to black , herbal and Turkish coffee, there is no end to the variants.

tea,   coffee,   rejuvenating beverage,   scientific debate,   immune system,   health,   Acrylamide,   emperor of China,   latest lifestyle news ,  
Internet addiction may weaken your <strong>immune</strong> system

Internet addiction may weaken your immune system

10 Aug 2015

London: Spending too much time online can damage your immune function, warns a new study. People with greater levels of internet addiction problems are 30 percent more likely to catch colds and flu than those who are less addicted to the internet, the findings showed.

Internet,   Social networking,   Online,   Immune function,   Internet addiction,   Cold,   Flu,  
Skin microbes may boost <strong>immune</strong> <strong>response</strong>: Study

Skin microbes may boost immune response: Study

06 Jan 2015

New York: Various microorganisms that naturally colonize the skin may help protect us from infections as they trigger specific responses in the skin immune system to fight invasion by pathogens, a new research, involving an Indian-origin scientist, has found.

microorganisms,   skin,   skin immune system,   pathogens,   microbes,   tissue-specific immunity ,  
 Internet addiction may weaken your <strong>immune</strong> system: Report

Internet addiction may weaken your immune system: Report

11 Aug 2015

London: Spending too much time online can damage your immune function, warned a new study. People with greater levels of internet addiction problems are 30 percent more likely to catch colds and flu than those who are less addicted to the internet, the findings showed.

Internet addiction,   immune system,   health,   Internet ,   Latest health news,  
Ebola vaccine safe, generates <strong>immune</strong> <strong>response</strong>, shows trial

Ebola vaccine safe, generates immune response, shows trial

29 Jan 2015

London: The first trial results of Ebola vaccine at Oxford University suggest the vaccine has an acceptable safety profile and is able to generate an immune response."The Ebola vaccine was well tolerated. Its safety profile is pretty much as we had hoped," said professor Adrian Hill of the Jenner Institute at Oxford University who led the trial.

Ebola,   Ebola vaccine,   safe Ebola vaccine,   Oxford University research on Ebola vaccine,  
South Korea blames North for mine blasts, vows 'harsh' <strong>response</strong>

South Korea blames North for mine blasts, vows 'harsh' response

10 Aug 2015

Seoul: South Korea today accused North Korea of planting landmines that maimed two soldiers on border patrol, ramping up military tensions as it threatened to make Pyongyang pay a 'harsh price'.

S Korea,   North Korea,   Mine blasts,   Landmines,   Pyongyang,   Latest World News ,  

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