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TV viewing turning your kids into couch potatoes

TV viewing turning your kids into couch potatoes

24 Apr 2014

London: Parents need to closely monitor the TV time of their kids as research has bolstered the link between TV habits and obesity in kids.

TV viewing,   Obesity in kids,   Body Mass Index,   Steingerdur Olafsdottir,   University of Gothenburg,   Sweden ,  
Too much admiration for partner bad for romance

Too much admiration for partner bad for romance

24 Apr 2014

New York: To admire your partner is one thing but to regard him/her as superman or superwoman is quite another as a new study has found that putting your partner on a pedestal may harm your relationship.

Too much admiration,   bad romance,   Colgate University in New York,   threshold of admiration,   ennifer Tomlinson,   greater perception of idealisation,   Relationships,   ,  
Older parents more likely to have autistic kids

Older parents more likely to have autistic kids

24 Apr 2014

London: Autism risk grows steadily with fathers' increasing age, but rises rapidly with mothers' age after 30, a new study has found.

Older parents,   Autistic kids,   autism spectrum disorder,   Drexel University School,   ASD risk ,   Brian K Lee,   AJ Drexel Autism Institute,   child's autism risk,   ,  
IIFA makes US debut, Bollywood celebs arrive in Tampa Bay

IIFA makes US debut, Bollywood celebs arrive in Tampa Bay

23 Apr 2014

Tampa Bay (Florida): A host of Bollywood celebrities including Shahid Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha have landed here to attend the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards 2014, which is making its US debut.

Shahid Kapoor,   Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha ,  IIFA ,   Madhuri Dixit,   Shatrughan Sinha,  
32 percent of adult Canadians experienced child abuse: Study

32 percent of adult Canadians experienced child abuse: Study

23 Apr 2014

Montreal: Almost one-third of Canadians experienced physical or sexual abuse at home during childhood, revealed a study that has warned of a link to mental disorders and suicide.

Adult Canadians,   physical abuse,   sexual abuse,   Tracie Afifi,   University of Manitoba ,  
Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study

Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study

23 Apr 2014

Toronto: Do not blame her for no action tonight as women in pain often say no to sex as pain from inflammation or some other reason greatly reduces sexual motivation in female than male, research reveals.

curb sex drive,   McGill University ,   women in pain,   evolutionary biology explanation,   sexual behaviour ,   desire-enhancing drugs,   inflammatory pain,   ,  
UP government gives nod for classes at <strong>Ali</strong> <strong>Jauhar</strong> <strong>University</strong>

UP government gives nod for classes at Ali Jauhar University

01 Aug 2012

The Uttar Pradesh government has given the go-ahead to begin classes at Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar University in Rampur, considered a dream project of Cabinet minister Azam Khan.

Azam Khan,   Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav,   Ali Jauhar University,   Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar University,  
People most likely to unfriend high school friend on Facebook

People most likely to unfriend high school friend on Facebook

23 Apr 2014

Washington: The most likely person to be unfriended on Facebook is a high school acquaintance, a new study has found.  

Facebook,   People unfriend highschool friends,   unfriended person's emotional response,   University of Colorado Denver,   High School friends,   friend of a friend,   work friends,   CU Denver Business School,   ,  
Ex-lovers Ranbir, Deepika may team up again in ‘Tamasha’

Ex-lovers Ranbir, Deepika may team up again in ‘Tamasha’

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: After breaking the box-office records with their sizzling on-screen chemistry in ‘Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani’, ex-lovers Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone are rumoured to be teaming up once again for Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming film ‘Tamasha’.

Ranbir Kapoor,   Deepika Padukone,   Tamasha,   Imitiaz Ali,   Rabir-Deepika upcoming film,   ,  
Cells responsible for invasive bladder cancer identified

Cells responsible for invasive bladder cancer identified

22 Apr 2014

Washington: A single type of cell in the lining of the bladder is responsible for most cases of invasive bladder cancer, according to a new study.

Invasive bladder cancer,   bladder cancer,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   cancer,   preventing bladder cancer ,  

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