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Aspirin may cut down colon cancer risks too

The humble aspirin that you pop to ameliorate headache or a precaution against heart attack can also take on the dangerous colorectal cancer in people with a specific gene Continue reading “Aspirin may cut More...

By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Iron in red meat ‘red flag’ for heart: Study

Replacing red meat portions in your diet with vegetables may be a good recipe for your heart as scientists have now discovered a strong association between heme iron, found only in meat Continue reading “Iron More...

By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Unplanned construction work leading to malaria increase

Unplanned construction activities, setting up of new industries and increased migration were leading to an upsurge in malaria cases in urban India Continue reading “Unplanned construction work leading to malaria More...

By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Your digestive tract is just like a studio apartment!

For a common student, the area of the inner surface of the digestive tract is between 180 and 300 square metres. For scientists Continue reading “Your digestive tract is just like a studio apartment!” More...

By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Mysterious ‘duck’ sound came from rare antarctic whales

They tracked this mysterious low-frequency sound in the southern ocean for decades but could not find its true source. Now, scientists are determined that this ‘duck’ like sound is actually coming from More...

By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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‘Dirt’ microbes essential for urbanites’ health

Those who left their rural settings in search for a better livelihood in metros and lost the opportunity to “play in the dirt” Continue reading “‘Dirt’ microbes essential for urbanites’ More...

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Mobile tech promotes literacy in developing countries: Unesco

Mobile technology is facilitating reading and improving literacy in developing countries where illiteracy rates are high and physical text scarce Continue reading “Mobile tech promotes literacy in developing More...

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Video games of the future to adapt to players’ mood

A team of engineers at Stanford University has developed a hand-held controller that allows video games to adapt to a player’s level of engagement Continue reading “Video games of the future to adapt More...

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69 percent cyber attacks targeted at large companies in India: Report

Despite stepped up information security measures, businesses in India continue to be an attractive target for cybercriminals with as many as 69 percent targeted attacks being focused on large enterprises Continue More...

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‘Smaller’ size keeps women loyal to men: Study

Does size of your penis worry you a lot? Stop thinking and get on with the act as a study reveals that women are more loyal to men with ‘smaller’ penises Continue reading “‘Smaller’ size keeps More...