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Top brands posting more on Instagram than on Facebook: <strong>Study</strong>

Top brands posting more on Instagram than on Facebook: Study

31 Mar 2015

New York: An increasing number of popular brands are posting more on Instagram than on Facebook, a study conducted by New York-based research firm L2 suggests.

Instagram,   Facebook,   Top brands,   Marketing,   social media,   Social network,  
Multiple factors responsible for farmers' suicide in country: <strong>Study</strong>

Multiple factors responsible for farmers' suicide in country: Study

31 Mar 2015

Nagpur: Rising incidents of farmers' suicide in the country, particularly in Maharashtra's Vidarbha, are caused by multiple factors that leads an individual to state a of helplessness, influenced by social conditions and mental health, experts in a book on farmers' suicides said.

farmers suicide,   Maharashtra,   Vidarbha farmers,   farmers suicides in Vidarbha,   Agrarian Crisis,  
Flexible working hours make workers happy: <strong>Study</strong>

Flexible working hours make workers happy: Study

31 Mar 2015

London: Allowing workers to choose the slot of hours they want to work in is good for their well-being, says a study from Loughborough University, England.

Flexible working hours,   happy workers,   psychological,   slot of hours,   less satisfied ,  
No Indian <strong>study</strong> to confirm tobacco use causes cancer: Parliamentary panel head

No Indian study to confirm tobacco use causes cancer: Parliamentary panel head

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As India is set to defer its April 1 deadline for increasing size of pictoral warnings on tobacco products after pressure from various lobbies, head of a Parliamentary panel today said there was no Indian study to confirm that use of tobacco products leads to cancer.

Tobacco,   Parliamentary panel ,   tobacco products,   Ban of Tobacco,   Chewable Tobacco,   ,  
An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, <strong>study</strong> says

An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, study says

31 Mar 2015

Chicago: An apple a day doesn't necessarily keep the doctor away. That's according to proverb-busting research that found daily apple eaters had just as many doctorvisits as those who ate fewer or no apples.

apple,   doctor,   healthy diet,   avoid illness,   health insurance ,  
Horses, rhinos originated in India: <strong>Study</strong>

Horses, rhinos originated in India: Study

28 Mar 2015

Washington: Horses and rhinos likely originated in the Indian subcontinent, over 54 million years ago, according to a new study.

Horses,   rhinos,   tapirs,   Arabian Peninsula,  
Extreme winter not a result of climate change: <strong>Study</strong>

Extreme winter not a result of climate change: Study

28 Mar 2015

Washington: Contrary to popular belief, cold snaps like the ones that hit the eastern United States in the past winter are not a consequence of climate change, says a new study.

winter,   climate change,   Extreme winter,   temperature variability,   climate,  
Experimental Ebola vaccine effective in monkeys: <strong>study</strong>

Experimental Ebola vaccine effective in monkeys: study

27 Mar 2015

Washington: An experimental Ebola vaccine has been shown to effectively protect monkeys against the often-deadly virus, according to a study published today. The new medicine, described in the journal Science, is what is known as a "whole virus" vaccine.

Ebola,   Ebola vaccine,   monkeys,   deadly virus,   monkeys ,  
Handmade products exude warmth and love: <strong>Study</strong>

Handmade products exude warmth and love: Study

25 Mar 2015

New York: Ever wondered why many people prefer handmade products over machine made ones, especially when gifting one to a dear one? It's because handmade product exude warmth and a sense of love, says a new study.

Handmade products,   warmth,   love,   machines,  
Handmade products exude warmth and love: <strong>Study</strong>

Handmade products exude warmth and love: Study

25 Mar 2015

New York:  Ever wondered why many people prefer handmade products over machine made ones, especially when gifting one to a dear one? It's because handmade product exude warmth and a sense of love, says a new study.

Handmade products,   love,   sense of love,   relationship,  

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