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ECG, blood test must for chest pain sufferers: <strong>Study</strong>

ECG, blood test must for chest pain sufferers: Study

28 Jul 2014

London: Suffering from chest pain? Do not take it lightly for indigestion or gas pain. Better get an electrocardiogram (ECG) and blood test done to rule out the worst and avoid hospitalisation.

ECG,   blood test,   chest pain,   study,   pain,   hospitalisation,  
 Enough <strong>material</strong> to chargesheet Marans: Attorney General

Enough material to chargesheet Marans: Attorney General

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Rejecting the views of the CBI Director, Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi has opined that there was enough evidence with the agency to file chargesheet against former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran and his brother Kalanithi in the Aircel-Maxis deal case.

Attorney General,   AG Mukul Rohtagi,   Aircel-Maxis deal case,   Dayanidhi Maran,   CBI probe into Aircel-Maxis deal case ,  
Men in shift work at higher type 2 diabetes risk: <strong>Study</strong>

Men in shift work at higher type 2 diabetes risk: Study

26 Jul 2014

New York: Men who work in shifts are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a study warns. The reasons for this finding are not clear, say the authors, but suggest that men working shift patterns might need to pay more attention to the possible health consequences of their working schedule.

Diabetes,   diabetic patients,   shift work,   type 2 diabetes,   type 2 diabetes risk,  
Antarctic fish might survive ocean warming: <strong>Study</strong>

Antarctic fish might survive ocean warming: Study

25 Jul 2014

Wellington: In a latest breakthrough scientist from New Zealand has found that a species of Antarctic fish might be able to survive the warming of its native waters over the next century provided the warming is gradual enough.

Antarctic fish,   emerald rock fish,   penguins,   fish,   Antarctic tooth fish,   emerald rock cod,  
Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: <strong>Study</strong>

Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

25 Jul 2014

London: Debunking earlier figures stating that 80 percent of our genome has some biochemical function, Oxford researchers now report that only 8.2 percent of our DNA is functional.

DNA,   Chris Pointing,   biochemical function,   Oxford University,   Oxford researchers,   study,  
Obesity tied to low endurance, increased fatigue in workplace

Obesity tied to low endurance, increased fatigue in workplace

24 Jul 2014

Washington: Obese workers experience more fatigue and have significantly shorter endurance times when performing workplace tasks, compared with their non-obese counterparts, a new study has found.

Obesity,   low endurance,   fatigue,   workplace,   study,  
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,  
Paracetamol no better than placebo for low back pain, <strong>study</strong> finds

Paracetamol no better than placebo for low back pain, study finds

24 Jul 2014

London: Paracetamol, a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain, does not speed recovery or reduce pain from the condition, according to the results of a large trial published on Thursday.

Paracetamol,   Paracetamol effects,   Paracetamol use in back pain,   medicines for low back pain ,  
India's child sex ratio drops: UN report

India's child sex ratio drops: UN report

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India needs to take urgent action following a sharp fall in its child sex ratio, a United Nations report said on Tuesday. The study named ‘Sex Ratios and Gender-Biased Sex Selection: History, Debate and Future Directions’, says the child sex ratio in India has deteriorated from 976 girls to 1,000 boys in 1961, to 927 girls in 2001 and to 918 girls in 2011.

Child sex ratio,   UN report,   study,   population,   gender ratio,  
Indians spend over 3 hours daily on smartphones: Ericsson <strong>study</strong>

Indians spend over 3 hours daily on smartphones: Ericsson study

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  Smartphone users in the country are among the biggest consumers of data globally, spending over three hours on an average on their devices, a study by telecom equipment maker Ericsson said.

Indian phone usage,   Indians smartphone usage,   Sony Ericsson,   India’s smartphone market,   Indian smartphone consumers ,  

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