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 Single mothers worse off than single fathers: <strong>Study</strong>

Single mothers worse off than single fathers: Study

01 Sep 2015

New York: Single mothers are far more likely to live in poverty than single fathers and their condition deteriorates with each additional child they have, new research has found.

Single mothers,   single fathers,   poverty,   fathers and mothers,   latest entertainment news ,  
  Knee replacement may be bad for your heart: <strong>Study</strong>

Knee replacement may be bad for your heart: Study

01 Sep 2015

New York: Knee or hip joint replacement surgery, known as arthroplasty, may put people at increased risk of heart attack immediately following the operation, warns a new study.

Knee replacement,   heart,   heart attack,   arthroplasty,   Latest health news ,  
 'Stay awake' pill may boost brain function: <strong>Study</strong>

'Stay awake' pill may boost brain function: Study

31 Aug 2015

London: A drug that is used to help people with sleep disorders stay awake can boost cognitive functions in healthy people, a new study says.

Stay awake pill,   brain function,   sleep disorders,   sleeping pill,   Latest health news ,  
Explosion at United State military warehouse in Japan; no injury reported

Explosion at United State military warehouse in Japan; no injury reported

24 Aug 2015

TOKYO: An explosion rocked a warehouse at a US military base in Sagamihara, near the Japanese capital of Tokyo on Monday, but US forces said the building was not for storing hazardous materials and that there were no indications of injuries.

United State military warehouse,   Explosion ,   Japan,   dangerous material,   US military base,   latest world news,  
Millions of plastic particles found in cosmetic products: <strong>Study</strong>

Millions of plastic particles found in cosmetic products: Study

27 Aug 2015

London: Everyday cleaning and cosmetic products such as soaps, toothpaste, sunscreen and shampoos contain millions of plastic particles, which are released to the environment and could be harmful to marine life, according to a new study.

Cosmetic products,   plastic particles,   harmful chemicals,   research,   facial scrubs,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Less 'macho' men prone to violence: <strong>Study</strong>

Less 'macho' men prone to violence: Study

27 Aug 2015

London: Men who feel they are short of 'macho' traits and worry that others view them in the same light as well are also prone to committing violent crimes like real masculine men, a study shows.

macho men,   violence,   masculine men,   macho traits,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Universities planning to start <strong>study</strong> courses on 'Selfie'

Universities planning to start study courses on 'Selfie'

26 Aug 2015

New York: Selfies and the art of snapping them is surely going places with universities deciding to start study courses around them. An Indiana University Northwest communications professor has decided to explore selfies in a 400-level class.

Selfie,   selfie courses,   Indiana University,   selfie class,   technology,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Natural surroundings help men get adequate sleep: <strong>Study</strong>

Natural surroundings help men get adequate sleep: Study

25 Aug 2015

New York: Living near a park or a sandy beach and an ocean view can help people - especially men and those who are above 65 - sleep better, new research has found.

natural surroundings,   sleep,   study,   environment,   green landscape,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Average youth clicks 14 selfies a day: Google

Average youth clicks 14 selfies a day: Google

24 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Some call it a craze and a few even term it as a 'disorder', but an average youth clicks as many as 14 selfies a day, a study by tech giant Google said.

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 Ants self-medicate against infections like humans: <strong>Study</strong>

Ants self-medicate against infections like humans: Study

26 Aug 2015

London: Ants, like humans, self-medicate against infections, choosing to ingest hydrogen peroxide after being infected with fungus, a new study has found.

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