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Sensex gets Monday blues, loses 551 points on P-Note <strong>pain</strong>

Sensex gets Monday blues, loses 551 points on P-Note pain

27 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex found itself on a sticky wicket on Monday, which fell a huge 551 points to 27,561.38, an over 5-week low, amid fears over stricter norms on participatory notes (PNs) and a Chinese stock rout.

Sensex,   Sensitive Index,   Indian equities markets,   National Stock Exchange,   Nifty,   Latest business news,  
Centre may initiate JE <strong>vaccination</strong> in Arunachal Pradesh

Centre may initiate JE vaccination in Arunachal Pradesh

13 Aug 2014

Itanagar: The Centre has assured Arunachal Pradesh that it will consider the request of the state government for vaccination against Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in all affected districts followed by routine immunization of children between 1-15 years of age.

Arunachal Pradesh,   JE vaccination,   Japanese Encephalitis,   epidemiologist L Jampa,   Dr RK Jaiswal ,  
  Insomnia may lead to lower <strong>pain</strong> tolerance

Insomnia may lead to lower pain tolerance

02 May 2015

London: People with insomnia and other sleep problems have increased sensitivity to pain, according to a new study.

Insomnia,   pain,   depression,   anxiety,   chronic pain,   Insomnia problems,   sleep,   latest health news ,  
Children did not die due to <strong>vaccination</strong>: Mizoram health minister

Children did not die due to vaccination: Mizoram health minister

24 Nov 2014

Aizawl: While six infants died in Mizoram allegedly due to vaccination, no evidence have been found so far, state health minister Lal Thanzara said the state legislature on Monday.

Mizoram,   Lal Thanzara,   Mizoram,   Deaths in Mizoram,   Lal Thanhawla,   ,  
Babies feel <strong>pain</strong> just like adults: Study

Babies feel pain just like adults: Study

21 Apr 2015

London: When exposed to pain, the brain of babies "lights up" in a very way similar to adults', a pioneering Oxford University brain scanning study has found.

Babies,   baby pain,   adults,   Oxford University,   brain scanning study ,   Latest lifestyle news,  
 Being fashionable may cause back <strong>pain</strong>

Being fashionable may cause back pain

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi:  Wearing tight clothes or figure-hugging shape wear may lead to nerve compression in your back and also restrict your hip bone movement, putting pressure on your spine and leading to backache, says an expert.Suraj Bafna, spine consultant at Qi Spine Clinic, lists a few back pain culprits:

fashion tips,   back pain,   skirts,   jeans,   high heels,   necklace,   hairstyle,   Lastest fashion news,   ,  
 New device to allow for <strong>pain</strong>-free blood tests

New device to allow for pain-free blood tests

15 Apr 2015

Washington:  A new device the size of a pingpong ball can extract a small blood sample when held against the skin for two minutes, allowing for pain-free blood tests, researchers say.

new device,   pain free,   blood test,   pingpong ball,   Latest health news ,  
<strong>Pain</strong> relievers may kill pleasures in life

Pain relievers may kill pleasures in life

14 Apr 2015

Washington:  Think again before you pop a painkiller as researchers have found that along with pain, they can also reduce pleasure, something you may not want your drug to do.

Pain relievers ,   pleasures in life,   painkiller,   drug,   positive emotions,   latest news,  
Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to <strong>pain</strong>

Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to pain

23 Aug 2014

Lisbon: Researchers at Portugal's Champalimaud Foundation said on Friday that the molecule of serotonin in the organism can diminish sensitivity to pain.

Serotonin,   sensitivity to pain,   pain,   chronic pain,   physiological role,   biomedical research,  
Serena hopes to manage <strong>pain</strong> while 'going for it' in Miami

Serena hopes to manage pain while 'going for it' in Miami

26 Mar 2015

Miami: Serena Williams practiced on Wednesday for the first time since a knee injury forced her to withdraw before her BNP Paribas Open semi-final last week but has not lowered her expectations for the Miami Open.

Serena Williams,   BNP Paribas Open,   Miami Open,  

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