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To <strong>study</strong> environmental changes, use 3D technology

To study environmental changes, use 3D technology

20 Dec 2014

New York: A 3D virtual reality system at Utah-based Brigham Young University (BYU) is changing the way engineers are viewing environmental engineering challenges.

environmental changes,   3D technology,   Brigham Young University ,  
Certain antidepressants can be safe for pregnant women: <strong>Study</strong>

Certain antidepressants can be safe for pregnant women: Study

20 Dec 2014

New York: Use of certain antidepressants during pregnancy can lead to life-long changes in anxiety-related behaviour in their offspring and protect them from anxiety-related disorders when they turn adults, research has found."The implications of these findings are that with additional investigation, it may be possible to identify specific antidepressants that are safer for pregnant women," said study senior author Anne Andrews, professor of psychiatry and chemistry and biochemistry at University of California, Los Angeles.

Antidepressants,   Safe,   Pregnant women,   Study,   SSRIs,   Researchers ,  
Earth forms new layer 'dykes' under Iceland volcano: <strong>Study</strong>

Earth forms new layer 'dykes' under Iceland volcano: Study

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With the eruption of the Baroarbunga volcano in Iceland scientists discovered that the molten rock forms vertical sheet-like features known as dykes, which force the surrounding rock apart.

Baroarbunga volcano,   Iceland,   molten rock,   dykes,   volcanic eruption,   volcanoes,  
Quicker food choices driven by taste: <strong>Study</strong>

Quicker food choices driven by taste: Study

20 Dec 2014

New York: If you want your diet to be healthy, take time in deciding the food you are about to pick, suggests a study, noting that quicker food choices are driven by taste and not health.

healthy diet,   health,   taste,   food,   food choices,   food,  
Aluminium most energy intensive building <strong>material</strong> in India

Aluminium most energy intensive building material in India

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Of the building materials used in India, aluminium and burnt clay bricks are among the most energy intensive, says a new study.

Aluminium,   energy intensive building material,   India,   burnt clay bricks,   building construction materials,  
Eat blueberries to reduce hypertension risk: <strong>Study</strong>

Eat blueberries to reduce hypertension risk: Study

19 Dec 2014

London: The adverse effects of a high-fat diet like high blood pressure and nutrition derived inflammation can be reduced by eating blueberries, a study says. For the first time, blueberries, also known as wild blueberries were shown to have beneficial effects on both blood pressure and nutrition-derived inflammatory responses.

high-fat diet,   high blood pressure,   blueberries,   wild blueberries,   inflammation,   hypertension,   obesity,  
Tooth loss may lead to memory decline: <strong>Study</strong>

Tooth loss may lead to memory decline: Study

19 Dec 2014

London: The memory and walking speeds of older adults who have lost all of their natural teeth decline more rapidly than in those who still have some of their own teeth, finds research."Tooth loss could be used as an early marker of mental and physical decline in older age, particularly among 60-74 year-olds," said lead author Georgios Tsakos from University College London.

Tooth loss,   Memory decline,   Study,   Older adults,   Teeth,  
Internet addiction affects six percent of people worldwide: <strong>Study</strong>

Internet addiction affects six percent of people worldwide: Study

19 Dec 2014

New York: A study has revealed that six percent of people are suffering from internet addiction worldwide, hampering their health and interpersonal relationships. Researchers from University of Hong Kong presented 164 internet addiction prevalence figures, with an overall global prevalence estimate of six percent.

Internet addiction,   Internet,   Study,   affect people,   Researchers,   Social networking,  
High fitness level reduces hypertension risk: <strong>Study</strong>

High fitness level reduces hypertension risk: Study

19 Dec 2014

New York: People with highest fitness levels are less likely to develop hypertension or high blood pressure, says a study. The researchers measured the participants' physical fitness by calculating how much energy they burned in metabolic equivalents (METs).

fitness level,   hypertension,   high blood pressure,   physical fitness,   metabolic equivalents,   blood pressure,   workout,  
Kid's brain shows emotional response to 'good' or 'bad' behaviour: <strong>Study</strong>

Kid's brain shows emotional response to 'good' or 'bad' behaviour: Study

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A latest breakthrough reveals that when children witness 'good' or 'bad' behaviour, their brains show an immediate emotional response. These neuro developmental findings are the first to link implicit moral evaluations to actual moral behaviour.

generosity,   Children,   behaviour,   moral evaluations,   moral behaviour,   kids,  

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