World liver day 2019: Here are some evergreen secrets from Ayurveda to keep your organ healthy!

Ayurveda lists a few easily available food items that can help you detox your liver naturally.
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Rarest 220 million-year-old dinosaur fossils unearthed in Argentina

According to Argentinian paleontologist Ricardo Martinez, of the University of San Juan, the fossils are approximately 220 million years old, belonging to "an era of which we know little".

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World heritage day 2019: Theme, history, and significance of the day

UNESCO has listed over 30 sites in India as part of its World Heritage Sites in the world. However, many of us aren’t too familiar with all.

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New AI system to help doctors in fight against prostate cancer

The research suggests that an AI system could save time and potentially provide diagnostic guidance to less-experienced radiologists.

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China training teens to live on Mars! China opens Red Planet base in Gobi desert

While teenagers pretend to be on Mars, China is planning to send a probe to the real Red Planet next year

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Nepal launches its first satellite from USA

The satellite has a Nepali flag and the NAST logo. It also has the name of the scientists involved in the making of the satellite.

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Women to conquer space! NASA astronaut to set record for longest spaceflight by a woman

These opportunities also have demonstrated that there is a significant degree of variability in human response to spaceflight and it is important to determine the acceptable degree of change for both

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Poets were right! Study finds ‘love hormone’ may help treat alcoholism

They investigated oxytocin's effects on dependence-induced alcohol consumption and altered signalling of the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA in the central nucleus of the amygdala (CeA) -- a key brai

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Straight from Science fictions! ‘Human brains may directly connect to cloud networks in future’

Robert Freitas, senior author of the research, proposed neural nanorobots would provide direct, real-time monitoring and control of signals to and from brain cells. Science

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Saturn’s moon Titan has 100-meter deep methane lakes, reveals NASA

Saturn's largest moon Titan has small liquid lakes that run more than 100 metres deep, perched atop hills and filled with methane, scientists have found using data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

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Three Indian teams win awards at NASA annual rover challenge

NASA has awarded three teams from India as part of the US space agency's annual Human Exploration Rover Challenge which invites high school and college students to build and test roving vehicles for f

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Where did Life on Earth start? Not in oceans, reveals study

Scientists believe that there could have been enough lightning crackling through the early atmosphere to produce an abundance of nitrogenous oxides to fuel the origin of life in the ocean.

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How Tihar jail is bringing down suicide cases among inmates

As many as 7,000 inmates were provided counselling as part of the project.

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Surgical Infection can have a catastrophic impact on patients in India! UK experts join Indian medics to counter the threat

Dr Nepogodiev co-led the programme with Programme Manager Dr Sohini Chakrabortee, along with surgeons from India – Dr Dhruv Ghosh (CMC Ludhiana) and Dr Rohin Mittal (CMC Vellore).

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Healthcare reeling! India needs 600,000 more doctors, and 2 more million nurses, says study

Even when antibiotics are available, patients are often unable to afford them.

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Shocking! Global measles cases up rise 300 per cent, says WHO

The agency noted that only about one in 10 actual measles cases are reported, meaning the early trends for 2019 likely underestimate the severity of the outbreaks. So far this year, 170 countries have

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Global Warming? Earth’s surface is heating up, NASA study confirms

The researchers compared these with station-based analyses of surface air temperature anomalies -- principally the Goddard Institute for Space Studies Surface Temperature Analysis (GISTEMP).

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Scientists capture deepest radio images of the Sun

The magnetic fields in the sun's atmosphere, the corona, are the energy source for these massive explosions, and they are notoriously difficult to measure.

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Saturn’s moon Titan has 100-m deep methane lakes: NASA

Cassini, which arrived in the Saturn system in 2004 and ended its mission in 2017 by deliberately plunging into Saturn's atmosphere, mapped more than 1.6 million square kilometers of liquid lakes and

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Good news! Bungee jumping coming to Goa soon, reveals Jumpin Heights

Over the past few years, Rishikesh has become one of the most travelled place in India by both foreign and Indian tourists who have taken a keen interest in experiencing adventure sports. River Raftin

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Cycling from Alaska to Peru: Exploring hidden destinations in Americas

While the West Coast of the US is most famous and more well known for the sunshine of California and the pretty wine producing valley of Napa and Sonoma, one of the most astounding places that I bicyc

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What is Living Will? Only 27% of Indians aware of this concept!

Awareness levels around the concept of Living Will were poorest in Jaipur and Chandigarh, while with 36% and 31% respectively, the awareness levels in Delhi and Mumbai were highest.

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NASA’s planet-hunting probe spots Earth-sized planet

So, it will be a very important part of further characterising the planets found by the TESS mission," Teske added.

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Shocking! 80 percent hemophilia cases undiagnosed in India, say health experts

About one third of new cases are caused by a new mutation of the gene in the mother or the child. In these cases, there is no previous history of hemophilia in the family.

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