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.
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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!
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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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New imaging agent provides better picture of the gut
Illnesses such as small bowel bacterial overgrowth, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel ...
Garlic: The bulb that has multiple therapeutic properties
Garlic is known for its antibiotic, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and even cholestero...
Graphic anti-smoking adverts help in quitting
Telling smokers that their habit shortens life expectancy by at least 10 years might seem like an ef...
Popular garlic therapies
Garlic is loaded with nearly 100 active chemical compounds including several potent antioxidants.
Body biomechanics: Arm posture that propels
Pumping arms reduces the overall metabolic cost of running by helping to balance the moving body, in...
Caffeine may worsen menopausal hot flashes, night sweats
Scientists have found an association between caffeine intake and more bothersome hot flashes and nig...
Birthday drinking can be bad for your health
It may be unwise to party hard on your birthday, especially if you're younger than 30 years old, acc...
Total darkness at night key to breast cancer therapy success
Melatonin by itself delayed the formation of tumours and significantly slowed their growth but tamox...
Background TV can be bad for kids: study
"Kids are going to learn from whatever you put in front of them," said Deborah Linebarger, associate...
Only 8.2 per cent of human DNA is 'functional'
A little over 1 per cent of human DNA accounts for the proteins that carry out almost all of the cri...
New gut virus lives in half the world's population
Virus infects one of the most common gut bacterium, believed to be linked to obesity, diabetes.
'Imprinted' genes influence age of puberty in girls
Researchers found that the age of puberty in girls is influenced by 'imprinted' genes, a small sub-s...
Rosemary and oregano can help fight diabetes
Recent research has shown that herbs could provide a natural way to help lower glucose in blood ...
Apollo Hospitals launches Strand's clinical genomic tests
Genomic testing involves analysis of patient genomes – genes and sequences of DNA/RNA.
Modest drinking can improve your sense of smell
Yaara Endevelt of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, and her colleagues investiga...
HIV treatment pills show more promise to prevent infection
Truvada is used to prevent infection in people at high risk of getting the AIDS virus.
Paracetamol doesn't work for back pain: study
Paracetamol is a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain.
Checking pulse could help detect risk of a second stroke
Stroke patients and their families can be taught to monitor the patient’s pulse...
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