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New primitive human species discovered

Researchers have identified the first known prehistoric human from Taiwan which may represent an entirely...

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Facebook addiction may show up in brain

Scientists have found that people who experience compulsive urges to use Facebook have some brain patterns similar to those found in drug addicts.

Facebook addiction may show up in brain

Quitting smoking gradually may help kick the habit

Smokers may find it easier to kick the butt if they stop smoking gradually than if they quit abruptly...

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Sugary drinks may cause girls to start their periods early

Girls who frequently consume sugary drinks tend to start their menstrual periods earlier, which can put them at an increased risk...

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Stem cell breakthrough may lead to baldness cure

Scientists have successfully used human stem cells to generate new hair, paving the way for a potential new cure for baldness...

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Madhya Pradesh swine flu: Woman dies of H1N1 virus

A 35-year-old woman died of swine flu at a private hospital here, taking the total number of deaths due to the H1N1 virus to five...

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Telangana swine flu: 3 fresh deaths; 25 victims so far

Three more deaths from swine flu have been reported in Telangana, taking the total number of casualties...

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Gujarat swine flu: Death toll reaches 22 even as 170 cases registered

In Gujarat swine flu deaths have climbed to 22 this month, while the total number of cases have scaled up to 170 across the state, officials said today.

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Too much sitting may be killing you: Study

People who sit too much every day are at an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer and shorter life spans...

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New jab to get rid of double chin

Researchers have developed a new jab that could banish a double chin, without the need for surgery...

New jab to get rid of double chin

Heart failure may soon be treated with iPS-derived cells

For the first time, scientists have found that iPS-derived cells can become an integral part of the heart tissues in rats...

Heart failure may soon be treated with iPS-derived cells

Brain’s on-off thirst switch identified

Scientists have identified neurons that trigger our sense of thirst and those that turn it...

Brain’s on-off thirst switch identified

Cochlear implant users can hear, feel music beats

Contrary to common belief, people who use cochlear implants for profound hearing loss do respond to certain aspects of music...

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‘Fifth taste’ umami could be beneficial for health

The umami or 'fifth taste' could have an important and beneficial role in health, according to new research.

‘Fifth taste’ umami could be beneficial for health

Daily drinking increases risk of alcoholic cirrhosis

Alcohol drinking pattern has a significant influence on the odds of developing liver cirrhosis...

Daily drinking increases risk of alcoholic cirrhosis

Chewing gum can remove millions of oral bacteria

Just 10 minutes of chewing gum can remove 100 million bacteria from your mouth...

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Extending telomeres reverses ageing in human skin cells: Study

A new technique can increase the length of human telomeres quickly and efficiently, promising to reverse the ageing process

Extending telomeres reverses ageing in human skin cells: Study

Telangana remains on high alert for swine flu

Telangana will continue to be on high alert for swine flu as the state grapples with rising cases of the deadly disease...

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Tamil Nadu sets up call centre for information on Swine flu

Days after a 53-year-old man died of H1N1 infection here, Tamil Nadu government today reviewed the situation...

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Bill Gates sees “miracle” tools for AIDS by 2030 in vaccine and drugs

Two new tools to fight AIDS should be available by 2030 in the form of a vaccine and new intense drug treatments...

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A drink a day may lower risk of heart failure

A daily cocktail may be associated with a lower risk for heart failure.

A drink a day may lower risk of heart failure

Cured meats like sausages, the new favourite, aren’t most healthy

With westernisation of diets, cured meats are becoming increasingly popular and people travel distances...

Cured meats like sausages, the new favourite, aren’t most healthy

Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

Inflammatory bowel diseases may be associated with an increase in the diversity of viruses in the body, scientists say.

Viruses may play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases

Better sleep in youth may aid memory in old age

Sound sleep in young and middle-aged people helps memory and learning, new research claims.

Better sleep in youth may aid memory in old age

To lose weight, work out on an empty stomach

If you are trying to figure out a best time of day to work out to lose weight, you might want to consider exercising before breakfast.

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Cheating on field worse than cheating on spouse: Study

Why did fans and sponsors drop Lance Armstrong but stayed loyal to Tiger Woods? Probably because the former's doping scandal...

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Too much salt intake changes key brain circuits

Excessive salt intake "reprogrammes" the brain, interfering with a natural safety mechanism that normally prevents the body's...

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