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Antibiotics may make you prone to infection: <strong>Study</strong>

Antibiotics may make you prone to infection: Study

03 May 2016

Los Angeles: Though antibiotics are essential for fighting bacterial infection, they may also make the body more prone to infection and diarrhoea, a new study has warned.

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Ginger gene may help you look younger: <strong>Study</strong>

Ginger gene may help you look younger: Study

02 May 2016

London: Scientists have for the first time found that a gene known for producing red hair and pale skin may explain why some people appear more youthful than others.

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Malia Obama to <strong>study</strong> at Harvard University: White House

Malia Obama to study at Harvard University: White House

02 May 2016

Washington: Malia, the eldest daughter of US President Barack Obama, would study at the Harvard University after completing her school, the First Family announced yesterday.

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Explained! Why some women are likely to have twins

Explained! Why some women are likely to have twins

02 May 2016

London: Scientists have identified two genes which may make women more likely to give birth to nonidentical twins.

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Why some people are prone to drinking

Why some people are prone to drinking

01 May 2016

Helsinki: A team of Finnish scientists has decoded changes in the brain that make people prone to excessive drinking -- a discovery that can lead to new drug therapies to treat alcoholism.

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Revealed! How the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos'

Revealed! How the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos'

30 Apr 2016

Washington: New NASA research has given new clues to how the moon got its mysterious 'tattoos' –  swirling patterns of light and dark found at over a hundred locations across the lunar surface.

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Low testosterone may up diabetes risk: <strong>Study</strong>

Low testosterone may up diabetes risk: Study

29 Apr 2016

Washington: Scientists have for the first time discovered how low testosterone raises diabetes risk in men, after they found that the male hormone regulates blood sugar by triggering key signalling mechanisms in pancreatic cells that produce insulin.

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Beware! Retweeting can hamper your memory

Beware! Retweeting can hamper your memory

29 Apr 2016

New York: Retweeting or sharing information on the micro-blogging site can actually make things worse for you as it creates a "cognitive overload" that interferes with learning and retaining what you've just seen, researchers report.

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People crave junk food when they are bored: <strong>Study</strong>

People crave junk food when they are bored: Study

29 Apr 2016

London: People are more likely to express a preference for unhealthy foods such as crisps, sweets and fast food when they are bored, new research suggests.

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Peacocks shake feathers to charm mates

Peacocks shake feathers to charm mates

29 Apr 2016

Toronto: As male peacocks shake their long feathers in courtship, the iridescent eyespot remains nearly stationary and captivates females, new research has found.

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