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5 cups of coffee daily may keep liver cancer at bay Cup of coffee Drinking up to five cups of coffee a day may halve the risk of developing the most common form of primary liver cancer.Read More
Microsoft plans to store data in DNA MIT Technology Review Microsoft is planning to start storing its data on strands of DNA within the next few years, the company's computer architects have revealed.Read More
NASA reveals new mode of ice loss in Greenland Rink Glacier in western Greenland A new NASA study has revealed a new mode of ice loss in Greenland that may increase the potential for sustained loss of mass as the climate continues to warm up, with implications for the future rate of sea level rise.Read More
Art carnival by students to globalize Indian art Art carnival An art carnival being organized by students here aims to globalize Indian art by bringing back the essence of the old classical art form in modern and contemporary art.Read More
Just one alcoholic drink a day ups breast cancer risk Breast Cancer Symbol Drinking just one glass of wine or other alcoholic drink a day can increase breast cancer risk, reveals a major new report that analysed data on 12 million women.Read More
Eating fruits and vegetables daily may cut artery disease Fruits and Vegetables Increased consumption of fruit and vegetables per day may lower your risk of developing an artery disease that affects blood flow to the legs.Read More
Here's why girls should never take diet pills Girl taking pills Is your teen aged daughter popping pills to shed weight? Beware, she may be at an increased risk of harming hormones, growth as well as mental health.
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Nearly 17 mn Zomato users' stolen data now being sold online Zomato With the popular online food delivery service Zomato admitting on Wednesday that nearly 17 million records of its registered users were stolen from its database which include email addresses and hashed passwords, the data is now being sold on a popular Dark Web marketplace.
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NASA probes detect man-made bubble around Earth Man-made bubble around Earth Humans have long been shaping Earth's landscape, but now scientists know that we also can shape our near-space environment with radio communications.Read More
Psychological abuse more damaging for kids' well-being Small Child Exposure to psychological abuse between parents has more damaging effect on children's well-being in the long term than physical domestic violence.Read More
Diet drinks and soda may make you gain weight Diet drinks Looking to shed those extra kilos? If so, stop drinking that soda or other diet soft drinks that may cause people to pile on the pounds rather than lose weight.Read More
Feeling low? Just take a walk in the park Walking in the park Those who spend a lot of time sitting tend to be the least happiest, but the good news is that they do not even have to slog at the gym to lift their spirits. Simply getting out of the chair and moving around should be enough.
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Men with low heart rate more likely to stalk women Heart rate (Representational Image) Men with low resting heart rate were at significantly greater risk of engaging in a variety of anti-social behaviours such as stalking. Read More
Water signature found in Neptune-sized planet's atmosphere Neptune-sized planet Combining observations from NASA's Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, researchers have detected strong water signature in the atmosphere of a distant Neptune-sized planet.
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Jogging may help cut nine years off your biological age Jogging Men and women who enagage in jogging for 40 to 30 minutes respectively each day for five days a week may be able to slow down their biological clocks by nine years.Read More
Dietary vitamin D could lower risk of early menopause Dietary vitamin D A high intake of dietary vitamin D and calcium may be associated with lower risk of early menopause, the cessation of ovarian function before age 45.
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Yogurt consumption may improve bone health in elderly Yogurt Increased yogurt consumption is associated with a higher hip bone density and a significantly reduced risk of osteoporosis in older men and women.Read More
Getting more sleep, drinking coffee may help ease pain Drinking coffee Rather than taking painkillers, patients with chronic pain might benefit from better sleeping habits coupled with daytime alertness-promoting agents such as coffee.Read More
'Artificially sweetened sodas, aerated drinks lead to infertility' Artificially sweetened sodas With sedentary lifestyle being one of the biggest reasons causing infertility, doctors say consumption of artificially sweetened sodas and aerated drinks may also lead to infertility in humans.
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Antarctic ice sheets stable since millions of years Antarctic ice sheets The ice sheets of central Antarctica have been stable for millions of years when conditions were warmer than now. Read More