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Nicotine gums <strong>too</strong> <strong>may</strong> cause cancer: Study

Nicotine gums too may cause cancer: Study

16 Jun 2014

London: Nicotine patches may have helped many to kick the butt, but these can be equally dangerous as smoking as nicotine itself is carcinogenic, a new study shows.

Nicotine gums,   cancer,   Nicotine patches,   nicotine-infused products,   DNA,   ,  
Tamil Nadu to have two state-of-the-art cine studios in Chennai

Tamil Nadu to have two state-of-the-art cine studios in Chennai

14 Jul 2014

Chennai: In a bid to boost the film industry in the state, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday announced setting up of two state-of-the-art studios at a cost of Rs 15 crore.

Tamil Nadu,   state-of-the-art cine studios,   Chennai,   Jayalalithaa,   Television Institute,  
Acid used for toilet cleaning <strong>may</strong> cause respiratory diseases

Acid used for toilet cleaning may cause respiratory diseases

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Almost 91 percent of doctors link acids used as toilet cleaners with respiratory and other health problem, states a survey by Indian Medical Academy.

toilet cleaners,   respiratory problem,   health problem,   Indian Medical Academy,   toilet cleaning,  
<strong>TV</strong> <strong>viewing</strong> turning your kids into couch potatoes

TV viewing turning your kids into couch potatoes

24 Apr 2014

London: Parents need to closely monitor the TV time of their kids as research has bolstered the link between TV habits and obesity in kids.

TV viewing,   Obesity in kids,   Body Mass Index,   Steingerdur Olafsdottir,   University of Gothenburg,   Sweden ,  
Believe it! Men <strong>may</strong> lactate <strong>too</strong>

Believe it! Men may lactate too

03 Jun 2014

New York: Men may not be naturally wired to breast feed their babies but in certain circumstances, they may secrete milk too.

Men lactation,   lactation,   breast feeding,   milk secretion,   hormone metabolising,   male milk,  
Background <strong>TV</strong> <strong>may</strong> hamper toddler's language development

Background TV may hamper toddler's language development

12 Jun 2014

Washington: Prolonged exposure to background TV can have a negative impact on a toddler's language development, according to a new study.

Toddler’s language,   toddler’s language development,   background TV,   child-directed language,   ,  
Yoga <strong>may</strong> not help asthma sufferers <strong>much</strong>: Study

Yoga may not help asthma sufferers much: Study

03 Jun 2014

New York: Although yoga can be considered an alternative to breathing exercises for asthma patients, new research has found that there is little evidence that it will cure the symptoms.

Yoga,   breathing exercise,   asthma patients,   asthma symptoms,   asthma treatment,  
Adding energy drinks to alcohol <strong>may</strong> boost desire to drink

Adding energy drinks to alcohol may boost desire to drink

21 Jul 2014

New York: Mixing energy drinks with alcoholic beverages may strengthen a person's urge to continue drinking, a new study has found. Australian researchers found that young adults who consumed an energy drink mixed with alcohol had a small to moderate increase in their desire to keep drinking compared with people who drank alcohol alone.

Alcohol,   energy drinks,   beverages,   drinking,   young adults,   energy drinks,   intoxication,  
We should develop indigenous content: Rensil D'Silva

We should develop indigenous content: Rensil D'Silva

16 May 2014

Mumbai: Rensil D'Silva, who himself directed the Indian version of internationally popular show "24", says makers of movies and TV shows must focus on bringing more indigenous content to viewers rather than adapting from foreign entertainers.

Rensil D'Silva,   24,   24 season 2,   Ashutosh Gowariker,   indigenous content,   foreign entertainers,   Indian television,   Anil Kapoor,   tele-viewing experiences,   ,  
 Anti-diabetic drug <strong>may</strong> slow aging <strong>too</strong>

Anti-diabetic drug may slow aging too

03 Jun 2014

New York: Keeping the years off your face may soon become a lot easier as researchers have now discovered new evidence that anti-diabetic drug metformin slows aging and increases lifespan.

metformin,   Anti-diabetic drug,   Wouter De Haes,   oxygen molecules,  

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