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Here is the healthy menu for 'kid-friendly' breakfast

Here is the healthy menu for 'kid-friendly' breakfast

12 Feb 2016

New York: A breakfast high in protein - like eggs - keeps children fuller longer than cereal or oatmeal, causing them to eat fewer calories at lunch, says a new study.

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Eating eggs won't risk your heart: <strong>Study</strong>

Eating eggs won't risk your heart: Study

12 Feb 2016

London: A high-cholesterol diet and eating eggs will not increase risk of heart attack, not even in persons inclined genetically, reveals a new study.

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Infants can 'sense' colours even before they can speak!

Infants can 'sense' colours even before they can speak!

12 Feb 2016

Tokyo: Infants aged between five and seven months are able to categorise colours in their brain, even before the acquisition of language, according to Japanese researchers.

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Schizophrenics more likely to attempt suicide: <strong>Study</strong>

Schizophrenics more likely to attempt suicide: Study

12 Feb 2016

Toronto: People with schizophrenia are six times more likely to have attempted suicide than those without the mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels and behaves, a new study says.

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Discovered! Listen to the stars with gravitational wave detection

Discovered! Listen to the stars with gravitational wave detection

12 Feb 2016

Washington: As the momentous news of gravitational waves being detected 100 years after Albert Einstein's prediction broke today, scientists discussing the significance of the major discovery revealed that this discovery would enable us not just to see the stars, but also to listen to them.

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Vehicles flouting dust pollution norms to be fined Rs 5000 in Delhi

Vehicles flouting dust pollution norms to be fined Rs 5000 in Delhi

11 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Vehicles carrying construction material or demolition waste in the city will be penalised up to Rs 5,000 if they are found violating pollution norms.

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Genes may affect stress fracture injuries: <strong>Study</strong>

Genes may affect stress fracture injuries: Study

11 Feb 2016

London: Certain genes can contribute towards a person's susceptibility to stress fracture injuries, according to a new study that may lead to a personalised health approach for this common sports injury.

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Four types of dating couples identified

Four types of dating couples identified

11 Feb 2016

Washington: Dramatic daters who make decisions based on negative events in the relationship  are twice as likely to break up as other couples, say scientists who have identified four different types of dating couples.

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Sleep deprivation can lead to false confessions!

Sleep deprivation can lead to false confessions!

11 Feb 2016

New York: People who are deprived of sleep are more likely to sign false confessions to a wrong they never did, than individuals who are well rested, a new study says.

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Does barley help in reducing appetite?

Does barley help in reducing appetite?

11 Feb 2016

London: Eating a special mixture of dietary fibres found in barley can help reduce appetite and blood sugar levels, finds a new study.

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