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Mysteries of wound healing unlocked

Mysteries of wound healing unlocked

14 Mar 2015

New York: A multi-disciplinary research team has discovered how cells know to rush to a wound and heal it - opening the door to new treatments for diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

wound healing,   Mysteries,   biomechanical stress,   cells,   DII4 protein molecule ,  
'No Jews' <strong>job</strong> ad sparks outrage in France

'No Jews' job ad sparks outrage in France

05 Feb 2015

Mumbai: An advertisement for a graphic design job in France has been withdrawn after it said the candidate should 'if possible not be a Jew'. Racial discrimination is illegal in France and anti-racism group SOS Racisme says it is taking legal action.

No Jews,   Jews,   Job ads,   France outrage,   graphic design job,  
<strong>Stress</strong>-related ailments in Indian employees due to <strong>job</strong> fears: Survey

Stress-related ailments in Indian employees due to job fears: Survey

19 Dec 2013

New Delhi: Job uncertainty has increased pressure on Indian employees with 71 percent saying they are experiencing more stress-related illness ever since the economic downturn, according to a survey by Regus.

Job fears,   stress,   stress at work place,   Regus,   Indian employees,  
 Yahoo shutting office, cutting jobs in China: Report

Yahoo shutting office, cutting jobs in China: Report

19 Mar 2015

Shanghai: US Internet company Yahoo is shutting down its presence in China, laying off at least 200 people.

yahoo office shut,   China,   Yahoo cuts job,   e-commerce,   Alibaba,  
'MUDRA will provide much-needed financial access to MSMEs'

'MUDRA will provide much-needed financial access to MSMEs'

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Welcoming the launch of the MUDRA Yojana, India Inc on Wednesday said it will provide much-needed financial access to MSMEs, promote growth of small businesses, help boost the country's GDP and create jobs.

MUDRA Yojana,   India Inc,   MSME,   India growth,   small businesses,   India GDP,   Job creation,   Latest News,  
Do not <strong>stress</strong> over tresses for Valentine's Day

Do not stress over tresses for Valentine's Day

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Every girl wants to look her best on an occasion like Valentine's Day. If you're worried about taming your tresses, there are plenty of easy and chic hairdos. Advanced Hair Studio's head hair expert recommends hairstyles for men and women as the season of love approaches:

Valentines Day,   tresses,   hairdos for women,   hairstyle for men,  
Potatoes: It's a myth that it is a devil food

Potatoes: It's a myth that it is a devil food

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Potatoes provide the body with an essential source of fuel and energy, which you need even when dieting. As a rich carbohydrate source, they help to fuel all reactions in the body which you need for movement, thinking, digestion and cellular renewal.

potatoes,   baked potatoes,   health tips,   devil food,   energy food,   vitamins,   carbohydrates,   blood pressure,   cardiovascular diseases,   gut health,   stress buster,   latest health news ,  
<strong>Stress</strong> during pregnancy can affect baby's development

Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development

26 Jan 2015

New York: Stress hormones in the mother can affect foetal development, a new study says. To test whether high stress levels in pregnant mice had an impact on their offspring, pregnant mice received the natural glucocorticoid corticosterone at different times during pregnancy.

stress during pregnancy,   health of baby,   pregnancy,   hormonal changes during pregnancy,  
Social <strong>stress</strong> a barrier to empathy between strangers: Study

Social stress a barrier to empathy between strangers: Study

22 Jan 2015

Toronto: Feeling stressed in the presence of strangers curbs the ability to express empathy – the capacity to share and feel another individual’s emotions – in animals and humans alike, says a study.

social stress,   empathy gap,   strangers,   emotions,   sharing nature,  
Social media use does not increase <strong>stress</strong>: Study

Social media use does not increase stress: Study

19 Jan 2015

Washington: Facebook and Twitter users do not experience increased stress than non-users, but are more aware of negative events in their friends' lives, a new study has found.

Social media,   stress,   Facebook,   Twitter,   negative events,  

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