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Preparing for your dream job? Opt for an in-person interview

Preparing for your dream job? Opt for an in-person interview

27 Jul 2016

Washington: When it comes to facing a job interview, better go in-person instead of video-based or other technology-mediated interviews, if you have the options, new research suggests.

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Australian koalas smarter than average bears: Study

Australian koalas smarter than average bears: Study

26 Jul 2016

Sydney: The iconic Australian koala has been found to be smarter than an average bear, a new study says.

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Here’s how humans made ropes 40,000 years ago

Here’s how humans made ropes 40,000 years ago

26 Jul 2016

London: Researchers in Germany have discovered tools that were used for rope making  about 40,000 years ago, the time when modern humans arrived in Europe.

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What makes an online dater successful?

What makes an online dater successful?

25 Jul 2016

New York: Bragging is a strict no-no if you wish to attract possible romantic partners through online dating.

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Iron deficiency widespread in pregnant women

Iron deficiency widespread in pregnant women

25 Jul 2016

London: Iron deficiency affects one in five of the world's population and is more prevalent in pregnant women, say researchers.

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10 amazing facts about the embryo that will amaze you

10 amazing facts about the embryo that will amaze you

25 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Pregnancy is a very important phase of life for every woman. To be mothers eagerly wait for the magical moment when the foetus would enter the world to complete their motherhood. Right from the conception to the gradual development of the baby inside the womb is nothing less than a beautiful miracle.

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New talk therapy cheap, effective for treating depression

New talk therapy cheap, effective for treating depression

24 Jul 2016

New York: A simple and inexpensive behavioural activation therapy that can be delivered by non-specialist staff with minimal training at a far less cost is as effective at treating depression in adults as the gold-standard cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a study suggests.

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King Cobra: The world’s longest venomous snake

King Cobra: The world’s longest venomous snake

24 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Considered as the world’s longest snake from 3 to 6m length and about 6 kg weight, the King Cobra is commonly known as Hamadryad, which means ‘Wood nymph’. One of the most furious and active creatures, King Cobra is the part of Elapidae family.

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Alcohol causes seven types of cancer: Study

Alcohol causes seven types of cancer: Study

23 Jul 2016

Wellington: Excessive consumption of alcohol can lead to seven forms of cancer, and individuals consuming even low to moderate amounts are at risk, says a review.

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South Africa's great white sharks face extinction: Study

South Africa's great white sharks face extinction: Study

22 Jul 2016

Johannesburg: South Africa's great white sharks face the threat of extinction after a rapid decline in numbers caused by trophy hunting, shark nets and pollution, according to a study released yesterday.

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