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Russia cracks down on Yoga classes to check occultism

Close on the heels of India leading worldwide International Yoga Day celebrations, Yoga classes have been banned in a central Russian city by the authorities to check spread of 'religious occultism'.

Russia cracks down on Yoga classes to check occultism

Scientist identify first-ever likely treatments for deadly ‘MERS’

Scientists have identified the first-ever possible treatments for deadly virus Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

Scientist identify first-ever likely treatments for deadly ‘MERS’

Twitter may help uncover unknown side-effects of drugs

A new technique that uses Twitter data can discover potentially dangerous drug interactions and unknown side-effects even before doctors and researchers have heard of them, scientists say.

Twitter may help uncover unknown side-effects of drugs

In times of tough economy, parents pick daughters over sons

When the times are hard economically, parents choose to their daughters over sons in financial matters, claims a new study.

In times of tough economy, parents pick daughters over sons

It’s official! Marriage isn’t good for body figure

A new study has quashed the assumption that marriage has a positive influence on health and life expectancy.

It’s official! Marriage isn’t good for body figure

Millennials accept working moms but some want traditional gender roles

A new study has suggested that US adults and adolescents are now significantly more accepting of mothers who work fulltime, but a growing minority from younger generations believe that wives should mi

Millennials accept working moms but some want traditional gender roles

Drink cranberry juice to keep heart disease, diabetes at bay

A new study has revealed that cranberry juice may help protect against heart disease and diabetes risk factors.

Drink cranberry juice to keep heart disease, diabetes at bay

How your neighbourhood affects diabetes risk

A new study has revealed that for type 2 diabetes risk, where you live matters. The University of California San Francisco study found that living in a neighborhood with resources to support exercise

How your neighbourhood affects diabetes risk

‘Common beat’ is the global ‘taal sey taal’

A new study has revealed that humans across the world dance to the same beat, suggesting taal sey taal reverberates around the world.

‘Common beat’ is the global ‘taal sey taal’

Follow these 6 tips to beat Level 2 heat alert

With level 2 heat alert in England, climate experts have predicted soaring temperatures and very high UV rays this year that can even put some people in danger.

Follow these 6 tips to beat Level 2 heat alert

Egypt gives Ramadan dessert ‘Kunafa’ several delicious ‘twists’

Egyptian chefs have given popular Arabic dessert, the Kunafa, several twists for this Ramadan.

Egypt gives Ramadan dessert ‘Kunafa’ several delicious ‘twists’

New antibody weapons against Marburg virus found

Scientists have identified new immune molecules that protect against deadly Marburg virus, a relative of Ebola virus.

New antibody weapons against Marburg virus found

Looking for love on a dating app? You may find music instead

In your quest to find a date, a spouse or a hook-up, you might discover something else when using dating apps: new music. From Madonna to Mariah Carey, an increasing number of acts are looking to plat

Looking for love on a dating app? You may find music instead

Sip your coffee tension-free, it’s no more a monster!

The debate whether coffee is healthy or not has going on for long, but a century's worth of research proves that coffee's effects on human health is marginal at most unless a person belongs to some pa

Sip your coffee tension-free, it’s no more a monster!

Can this vegan shake replace food?

A British company claims to have developed a replacement for food - a vegan shake that contains all the protein, carbs, fats, vitamins and minerals that the body needs.

Can this vegan shake replace food?

This Ramzan, break fast with different types of date dishes

Every sunset, during the holy month of Ramzan, fasts are broken with Iftar, whose menu traditionally comprises dates and other fruits washed down with water, milk and juice.

This Ramzan, break fast with different types of date dishes

Night-time contact lenses can prevent myopia in kids

Wearing soft contact lenses at night which re-shape the eyes could prevent children from becoming short-sighted, scientists have found.

Night-time contact lenses can prevent myopia in kids

First 3-D heart printed using multiple imaging techniques

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have successfully produced the first 3-D anatomic model of a patient's heart using two common imaging techniques, aiming to enhance diagnosis and surgical

First 3-D heart printed using multiple imaging techniques

‘Disturbing’ Frankenstein meat video on Facebook will make you go vegetarian

A disturbing video of 'Frankenstein meat' is creating buzz on social media as it is turning large number of non-vegetarian Facebook users into vegetarians.

‘Disturbing’ Frankenstein meat video on Facebook will make you go vegetarian

Umbilical ‘cord milking’ makes blood flow in preterm Cesarean infants better

There is a new technique to improve the blood flow in preterm infants delivered by Cesarean section, claims a new research.

Umbilical ‘cord milking’ makes blood flow in preterm Cesarean infants better

New class of cancer drugs developed

Scientists have for the first time found a way to stop cancer cell growth by targeting a trait of cancer cell metabolism: its energy source.

New class of cancer drugs developed

Breakthrough research to make Hib vaccine affordable

Global vaccine research and development organisation Hilleman Laboratories (HL) today claimed to have made a break-through research on an affordable vaccine for Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), of

Breakthrough research to make Hib vaccine affordable

Foodies beware! Junk food could make you ‘depressed’

If you love gorging on fast food, chances are that you might end up being depressed, claims a new study.

Foodies beware! Junk food could make you ‘depressed’

Longer secondary schooling cuts risk of HIV infection, especially for girls

Longer the secondary schooling significantly lowers the risk of HIV infection, especially for girls, claims a new study.

Longer secondary schooling cuts risk of HIV infection, especially for girls

e-cigarettes risks unclear to smokers

A new study has suggested that consumers are unclear about the risks or benefits of e-cigarettes.

e-cigarettes risks unclear to smokers

Health freaks, mimic a fast as it’s good for you

Health freaks you may want to mimic a fast as a new study has suggested that it may be good for you.

Health freaks, mimic a fast as it’s good for you

Food trends you need to know: 2015’s top 10

Here are some food trends you need to know for 2015. The April 2015 issue of Food Technology magazine published by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) features Contributing Editor A. Elizabeth S

Food trends you need to know: 2015’s top 10
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