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Get inked - but only temporarily

Get inked - but only temporarily

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Love body art? Choose temporary over permanent tattoos, says an expert, suggesting that you can have them in different colours and designs on your skin in a few minutes and that too without any pain.

body art,   permanent tattoos,   tattoo tips,   tattoos,  
'Mini brain' in spinal cord helps us balance

'Mini brain' in spinal cord helps us balance

30 Jan 2015

Washington: US researchers have discovered a 'mini brain' hidden in our spinal cord that helps us remain balanced while maneuvering our way through crowd or walking across an icy parking lot in winter so that we do not slip and fall.

Mini brain,   spinal cord,   human brain,   body balance ,  
<strong>Body</strong> movements can help learn math better

Body movements can help learn math better

28 Jan 2015

Washington: Imagine a classroom full of kids moving around, contorting their bodies and waving their arms to learn math.Researchers from the University of Vermont (UVM) found that elementary school students learned geometric principles more easily when physical movements were incorporated into the lesson plans.

Body movements,   learn math,   mathematics,   Researchers from University of Vermont,   school students,  
BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sonowal

BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sonowal

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Expressing the government's desire to bring BCCI under the ambit of the RTI Act, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday reiterated the centre's stance following the Supreme Court ruling that the private cricketing body performs a public function and is amenable to judicial law and review.

BCCI,   Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   Supreme Court,   Indian cricket body ,  
Pills to adjust night-shift workers' <strong>body</strong> clock

Pills to adjust night-shift workers' body clock

17 Jan 2015

Montreal: What if a pill could help adjust your internal body clock to night shifts or jet lag the way it works during the day to eliminate various health risks, including cancer? This may be possible, says a team of Australian researchers, with the administration of glucocorticoid tablets, a class of hormones used as powerful anti-inflammatory compounds to treat various diseases.

Pills,   night shifts,   glucocorticoid tablets,   body clock,   Australian researchers,  
Human brain stimulates <strong>body</strong> to burn 'bad' fat

Human brain stimulates body to burn 'bad' fat

16 Jan 2015

Sydney: A team of Australian researchers has uncovered the action of two naturally occurring hormones along with brain signals that assist in the shedding of excess fat.

brain,   brain signals,   body fat,   fat,   obesity,   weight-loss fat cells,   insulin,   body fat,   nervous system,   white fat,   brown fat,  
Polling in Rajasthan for 1st phase of local <strong>body</strong> polls

Polling in Rajasthan for 1st phase of local body polls

16 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Polling in the first phase of the three-stage local body election in Rajasthan was being held on Friday with over 1.17 crore voters eligible to exercise their franchise.

Polling in Rajasthan,   1st phase polls,   local body polls,   elections,  
Ditch dieting, lose fat in a smarter way

Ditch dieting, lose fat in a smarter way

16 Jan 2015

London: Fed up of trying every fad diet, and getting nowhere? It's time to try carrying a mirror to remind you of your weight, and stop making excuses for your eating habits.

Dieting,   weight loss,  Body fat,   Balance diet ,  
My <strong>body</strong> could not take more training: Marion Bartoli

My body could not take more training: Marion Bartoli

15 Jan 2015

Mumbai: She sprang a surprise by retiring from tennis after winning the 2013 Wimbledon women's singles title and France's Marion Bartoli on Thursday said she took the decision as she was unable to endure the physically tough training process that makes a champion.

Tennis player,   Marion Bartoli,   French tennis star ,  
Playing catch helps elderlies improve balance

Playing catch helps elderlies improve balance

10 Jan 2015

Washington:The elderly can improve their balance and prevent falls with a simple training exercise of catching a weighted medicine ball, a study says.

balance,   exercise,  medicine,   body balance,  

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