Markets: Eerie calm

Markets: Eerie calm

it is not clear when market sentiment can change; as in the past, it can be quite sudden.
At a turn and yet not

At a turn and yet not

RBI could be tempted to cut policy rate to support growth at its bi-monthly review.
Health Pharma News

Teens active in the evenings prone to insomnia, depression

Teens who are active in the evenings are more likely to suffer depression and insomnia, a new study ...

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New app pays you to exercise!
Want to lose weight and get paid for it? There's an app for that!

Videogamers hear sounds long after playing

Long videogame sessions can cause gamers to hear sounds - such as explosions, screams...

Tiny robots can be used to deliver medicine inside human body

Tiny screw-shaped propellers can move in gel-like fluid, mimicking the environment inside living org...

Young woman sheds 'tears of blood'

A 22-year-old woman sheds "blood tears" from eyes instead of saline water.

Vinod Khosla-backed startup hopes to bring doctors to patients' mobiles

HealthTap introduces virtual-consult service to text or video conference with a physician.
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Five daily portions of fruit and vegetables boost longevity
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Sugary drinks in teenage can impair memory, says study
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Smell may pass on mothers' fears to their kids
Researchers also found that if a mother experienced something before pregnancy that made her fear, h...
Wearable device spots diabetes-related neurological condition
The condition progressively affects the autonomic nerves controlling vital organs like the heart and...
Potential 'universal' blood test for cancer developed
The results of the empirical study show a clear distinction between the damage to the white blood ce...
Fist bumps more hygienic than handshakes
Fist bumps may be a more hygienic greeting than shaking hands, according to a new study...
People who work longer smoke more: Study
Smoking is linked to working hours, according to new research which found that people who work longe...
Asthma and pneumonia drugs work with the body clock
The team found that more severe lung inflammation happens as a result of the loss of the body clock ...
Trees saving more than 850 human lives per year in US
While trees' pollution removal equated to an average air quality improvement of less than 1 per cent...
New vision-correcting display to replace glasses
According to Brian A Barsky, from the University of California, Berkeley, it's like undoing what the...
Six new genetic risk factors for Parkinson's found
Singleton and his colleagues collected and combined data from existing genome-wide association studi...
Pace of walking and memory loss can predict Dementia: study
A study involving nearly 27,000 older adults found that nearly one in 10 met the criteria for pre-de...
India has the second highest number of Hepatitis B infected
India has over 40 million Hepatitis B infected patients, second only to China, and most people with ...
Books, videos games boost happiness: Study
Buying books, video games or a guitar can give you the same high as going on a vacation, according t...
GM mosquitoes to check dengue menace?
The modified male mosquito named '513A' will have a gene that ensures its offspring dies before reac...
The super organ
Given the placenta’s vital role, relatively little is known about it.
Exercise evangelists
Conventional workout regimes like weight training and cardio are passe.
Toddler's eye contact may signal autism risk
Some babies are at risk for autism because they have an older sibling that has the disorder, researc...
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