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Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: <strong>Study</strong>

Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: Study

24 Oct 2014

London: A shortened four months treatment for tuberculosis may not be a successful alternative to the current six-month standard treatment, scientists have found.

tuberculosis,   TB,   health problem,   TB patient,   highly endemic TB,  
Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

23 Oct 2014

New York: Research shows that if you are above 60, having a drink or two could sharpen your memory. A team of researchers found that for people, aged 60 and above, who do not have dementia, light alcohol consumption during late life is associated with higher episodic memory - the ability to recall memories of events.

Light drinking,   sharp memory,   people above 60,   health,   study,   research,  
Fish like to play with objects: <strong>Study</strong>

Fish like to play with objects: Study

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Scientists have found that fish play with objects just like other creatures do, a discovery that suggests 'play' is part of animals' evolutionary history and not just random, meaningless behaviour.

Fish,   play,   evolutionary history,   reptiles,   cichlid fish,   fish species,   tilapia fish,  
Kids hogging food cannot manage weight status: <strong>Study</strong>

Kids hogging food cannot manage weight status: Study

23 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Children as young as three find high-energy treats too tempting to refuse, even when they are not hungry, a research discovered.

Kids weight,   status,   high-calorie,   food,   self-control,   weight,   Eating Behaviors,  
Walnuts may help prevent Alzheimer: <strong>Study</strong>

Walnuts may help prevent Alzheimer: Study

22 Oct 2014

New York: A walnut-enriched diet may help reduce the risk, delay the onset or slow the progression of Alzheimer disease, a new study, led by an Indian-origin researcher, has found.

Walnuts,   Alzheimer,   walnut-enriched diet ,   memory,   anxiety,  
 Flu vaccine may prevent heart disease: <strong>Study</strong>

Flu vaccine may prevent heart disease: Study

22 Oct 2014

London : Flu vaccines may hold the key to developing a new vaccine against the deadly heart disease,scientists have found.Flu vaccines are known to have a protective effect against heart disease, reducing the risk of a heart attack.

Flu vaccines,  Heart disease,   Heart Attack,   Dr Veljkovic,   ,  
Magnetic materials could help build future computers

Magnetic materials could help build future computers

15 Oct 2014

London: Magnetic materials form the basis of most hard disc drives as they are able to store data. Now, a team from the University of Sheffield has proposed that they could also be used to perform calculations and so take on the role of a computer's central processing unit (CPU).

Magnetic material,   future computers,   central processing unit,   CPU,   magnetic material,   logic gates,  
Heart attacks not connected to family history, reveals <strong>study</strong>

Heart attacks not connected to family history, reveals study

21 Oct 2014

New York: Your lifestyle choices and environment decide whether you will have a heart attack or not, not your genes, said a study.

Heart attacks,   lifestyle choices,   genes,   coronary artery disease,   heart,  
CBSE releases <strong>study</strong> <strong>material</strong> for <strong>OTBA</strong>

CBSE releases study material for OTBA

03 Oct 2013

Bareily: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the study material for the Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) for classes IX and XI.

CBSE,   OTBA,   OTBA study material,   OTBA text material released,   open book exam,  
Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals <strong>study</strong>

Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals study

20 Oct 2014

New York: One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error, said a US-based study.

Kids,   medication,   Research,   Disease,   Health,   Ohio,  

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