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

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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

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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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A mutated strain of a cat poop parasite has been found to reprogramme the natural power of the immun...
A 'James Bond' drug for drinkers may soon become a reality!
A 'James Bond' drug which would enable a spy to drink his opponent under the table, without getting ...
Goa school expels 13 HIV+ orphans, some parents say expel 23 others too
The school is now under pressure to expel 23 other orphans living in the same children’s home, altho...
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Activity trackers will soon be able to do more than count calories burnt
Cause of mysterious food allergy found
Researchers have identified a novel genetic and molecular pathway in the esophagus that causes EoE.
Cheaper nanotech microchip to diagnose type-1 diabetes
Researchers have developed an inexpensive, portable, microchip-based test to diagnose type-1 diabete...
Studying may make you nearsighted
A German study has found that the more education a person has, the greater the likelihood that he wi...
Staples Vs sutures after C-section
The study found that 10.6 per cent of women in the staples group had wound complications, compared w...
Soon, personalised gene therapies for vision loss
In the current study, the CUMC team used iPS technology to transform skin cells taken from two RP pa...
Obesity tied to difficult pregnancy
Being overweight during pregnancy can lead to a host of problems ranging from gestational diabetes t...
Sex addiction 'similar' to drug addiction
Pornography triggers brain activity in sex addicts similar to effect drugs have on brains of drug ad...
It's official! Men lose sex appeal at 39
According to the 1,000 people polled, the first flecks of grey hair and the emergence of a double ch...
Sleep disturbances may be early warning sign of Parkinson's
Sleep problems may also be harbingers of future neurodegenerative disease, researchers said.
Moderate drinking does not benefit heart health
The new research reviewed evidence from more than 50 studies that linked drinking habits and cardiov...
Old-fashioned polio jab better than drops?
Most vaccination campaigns use multiple doses of OPV that provide some gut immunity, although this w...
New means to erase pain devised
After capsaicin injections, the mechanical pressure at which mice would flinch was about a third of ...
Mobile phone bling boosts device attachment
"The more you customise your phone for aesthetic reasons the more it reflects who you are. You see y...
Climate change could cause more kidney stones
Tasian and colleagues described the risk of stone presentation for the full range of temperatures in...
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