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Down syndrome linked to faulty stem cells: <strong>Report</strong>

Down syndrome linked to faulty stem cells: Report

12 Sep 2013

Washington: Scientists including Indian-origin researchers have for the first time discovered that Down syndrome may be linked to faulty stem cell regulation in the body.

Down syndrome,   stem cells,   faulty stem cells,   defective stem cell regulation,   new study on Down syndrome,  
Two-thirds of couples ‘starved’ of physical affection: <strong>Report</strong>

Two-thirds of couples ‘starved’ of physical affection: Report

10 Sep 2013

London: It seems all we need is an affectionate touch of our partner to become more cheerful in life. In a survey of 2,000 people who were in relationships, two-thirds said that they felt ‘starved’ of physical affection even though they were in a happy relationship.

relationships,   physical touch,   physical affection,   cuddling,   physical contact in relationships,  
Protein synthesis during endurance exercize may boost mental health: <strong>Report</strong>

Protein synthesis during endurance exercize may boost mental health: Report

12 Oct 2013

Washington: A protein, which increases during an endurance exercise, may promote brain health, US researchers say. Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School found that the FNDC5 protein, when given to non-exercising mice, turned on genes that promote brain health and encourage growth of new nerves involved in learning and memory.

Protein,   brain health,   exercising,   promoting brain health,   FNDC5,   ,  
Broccoli compound may protect against arthritis: <strong>Report</strong>

Broccoli compound may protect against arthritis: Report

29 Aug 2013

London: A compound found in broccoli could be the key to preventing and slowing down the progress of the most common form of arthritis, according to a new study.

Broccoli,   arthritis,   osteoarthritis,   Sulforaphane,   brussels sprouts,  
IITF: Khadi's fashion show classy, glamorous

IITF: Khadi's fashion show classy, glamorous

27 Nov 2013

New Delhi: Audiences cheered and applauded when models dressed in saris, suits and gowns made of khadi cotton, silk and woolen, woven by over 700 master craftsmen from across the country hit the ramp at the ongoing India International Trade Fair (IITF).

IITF,   Khadi’s fashion show,   khadi cotton,   Khadi Village Industries Commission,  Hansdhwani Theatre,  
Boys with allergy and asthma at higher risk of ADHD

Boys with allergy and asthma at higher risk of ADHD

14 Aug 2013

Washington: Scientists have found that boys who have a history of allergy or asthma are at an increased risk of developing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,   asthma,   Boys asthma at higher risk of ADHD,   chronic mental health disorder,   ADHD,   latest news,  
Most children's phones not monitored by parents: <strong>Report</strong>

Most children's phones not monitored by parents: Report

20 Jul 2013

London: Mobile phones help children stay in touch with their parents and vice versa. But a study reveals that not all parents monitor their children's phones despite being aware of potential dangers.

Children using phones,   mobile phones with teenagers,   use of mobile phone by teenagers,   Kids using phones,   mobiles used by kids ,  
Weddings help singles find suitable partner: <strong>Report</strong>

Weddings help singles find suitable partner: Report

19 Jul 2013

If weddings are important for brides and grooms, the occasion also allows singles to find a suitable partner for themselves, says a report.

Weddings,   singles at Weddings,   find suitable partners at Weddings,   Sarah Beeny,   dating site,  
Thai restaurant in UK offers family <strong>planning</strong> advice with meal

Thai restaurant in UK offers family planning advice with meal

27 Nov 2012

A new Thai restaurant in the UK is offering advice on family planning to its diners. Diners in the new eatery in Bicester, Oxfordshire are given leaflets on protective sex at the end of the meal and even encouraged to buy condom-themed merchandise - with proceeds going to charity in Thailand.

Restaurant in UK,   Family planning,   Family planning advice in restaurant,  
Men, women have different preferences while choosing partners: <strong>Report</strong>

Men, women have different preferences while choosing partners: Report

27 Aug 2013

Washington: Men are more likely to choose attractive partners while women prefer males with a higher social status, a new study has found.

attractive partners,   speed-dates,   romantic partners,   Social Psychology,   psychology ,  

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