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World to see 8.4 mn deaths due to tobacco by 2020
World to see 8.4 mn deaths due to tobacco by 2020
Health experts said there has been a rise of 20 percent of women smokers due to lifestyle changes.
Researchers find way to retrieve
Researchers find way to retrieve 'lost' memories
The findings may help answer a fiercely-debated question in neuroscience.
Obesity affects males more than females
Obesity affects males more than females
Kanakadurga Singer, assistant professor in pediatrics at the University of Michigan, found that high-fat diets reprogram blood stem cells in male mice, promoting metabolic disease.
Younger cancer patients more open to alternative therapies
Younger cancer patients more open to alternative therapies
The 969 people who completed the survey were 59 years old on average; 63% were women and most were white and college-educated.
Researchers find new way to treat diabetic blindness
Researchers find new way to treat diabetic blindness
Laser-sealing eye blood vessels can save central vision, but this often sacrifices peripheral and night vision.
Omega-3 boosts brain power among the elderly
Omega-3 boosts brain power among the elderly
It found that older adults at risk of late-onset Alzheimer’s disease who consumed more omega-3 fatty acids did better than their peers on tests of cognitive flexibility.
Infections can also affect your intelligence quotient
Infections can also affect your intelligence quotient
People with five or more hospital contacts with infections had an IQ score of 9.44 lower than the average.
Maintain food safety, hygiene during summer
Maintain food safety, hygiene during summer
Before eating (fruits) or cooking (vegetables), wash them under running tap water to get rid of any last traces of pesticides.
Is nicotine all bad?
Is nicotine all bad?
Some scientists wonder if a daily nicotine dose could be as benign as caffeine.
Brain implant senses ‘intent’ to move robotic arm
Brain implant senses ‘intent’ to move robotic arm
Erik Sorto, 34, is “the first person in the world to have a neural prosthetic device implanted in a region of the brain where intentions are made,” said the study in the journal Science.
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