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    Eating soy early protects women's heart for life
    New York, July 30 : Do you eat soy products daily? Do not exclude them from your diet, especially if you are a woman, for a healthy heart. The key, however, is to begin eating soy early in life.

    Five daily portions of fruit, vegetables lower death risk
    New York, July 30 : Add a substantial amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet - at least five portions - and live your life disease free.

    Smartphones to replace room keys at Hilton hotels
    New York, July 30 : Forget high-tech credit-card like hotel keys. By the end of 2015, guests at Hilton hotels across the world will be able to access rooms with their smartphones.The idea moves around the ability to use a mobile device to check in and choose a specific room based on a hotel's ...

    Mick Jagger celebrates 71st birthday
    New York, July 29 : Singer Mick Jagger celebrated his 71st birthday with a family brunch at Hakkasan here.

    Brain 'switch' controlling blood sugar levels discovered
    New York, July 29 : Researchers have identified the mechanism in the brain that is key to sensing glucose levels in the blood, linking it to both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

    Infants smell threats by mother's odour
    New York, July 29 : Infants can smell fear. They learn to detect threats and remember these for long just by smelling the odour their mother gives off when she feels fear, says a study.

    Mexican artist takes his environmental message to New York
    New York, July 29 : Mexican artist Gilberto Aceves Navarro is using 122 bicycle sculptures placed around New York City to urge people to get moving, enjoy their freedom and protect the environment.

    Yoko Ono becomes a virtual teacher
    New York , July 29 : Artist Yoko Ono will support the creator of an online school campaign by volunteering as a "virtual teacher".

    Effective oral contraceptives for obese women soon
    New York, July 29 : Obese women who use oral contraceptives to prevent pregnancy can now heave a sigh of relief as researchers have identified ways to make birth control pills more effective.

    Now, predict first impressions
    New York, July 29 : Now, it is possible to accurately predict first impressions using physical features in everyday facial images such as those found on social media, says a study.

    This is why dogs sniff each other's butts
    New York, July 29 : You may have witnessed this scene on the road quite often but the answer to why dogs sniff each other's butts is hidden in the chemical communication at the rear end.

    Wireless cooling: Magnets to keep your fridge cool
    New York, July 29 : Magnets may soon act as wireless cooling agents for your refrigerators, laptops and other devices if a theory propounded by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US finds application.

    Human-induced water vapour next climate threat
    New York, July 29 : The rising levels of water vapour in the upper troposphere - a key amplifier of global warming - owing to greenhouse gases will intensify climate change impacts over the next decades, scientists said.

    Smartphone catches fire under US girl's pillow
    New York, July 29 : In a bizarre accident, a 13-year-old girl found her Samsung Galaxy S4 burnt and melted under her pillow.

    Lady Gaga portraits auctioned
    New York, July 29 : Pop star Lady Gaga's "video portraits" raised over $1 million at an auction at Watermill Center here.

    New mayfly species discovered in India
    New York, July 28 : Scientists have found a new species of mayfly in the southern Western Ghats, a mountain range along India's west coast.

    Nanoparticles to awaken immunity system to fight cancer
    New York, July 28 : In an approach to fight cancer, researchers have found that though small, nanoparticles can pack large payloads of a variety of agents which have different effects that activate and strengthen the body's immune system response against tumours.

    Healthy lifestyle key for childhood cancer survivors
    New York, July 28 : Following a healthy lifestyle may lower childhood cancer survivors' risk of developing the metabolic syndrome, says a study.

    New mayfly species discovered in India
    New York, July 28 : Scientists have found a new species of mayfly in the southern Western Ghats, a mountain range along India's west coast.

    Nanoparticles to awaken immunity system to fight cancer
    New York, July 28 : In an approach to fight cancer, researchers have found that though small, nanoparticles can pack large payloads of a variety of agents which have different effects that activate and strengthen the body's immune system response against tumours.

    Decoded: What triggers sexual arousal in you
    New York, July 28 : Know why just looking at an attractive face stimulates sexual arousal? Well, it takes two to tango!

    Turn your selfie into emoji with this app
    New York, July 28 : Tired of seeing the same yellow-faced smileys? In an age of selfies, how can emojis be far behind?

    Lenovo to take on Google Glass
    New York, July 28 : Lenovo is developing a wearable smart glass similar to Google Glass with an external battery to be worn on the neck.

    Coming, lighter batteries with more life
    New York, July 28 : You may soon be able to have a cell phone with double or triple the battery life as researchers have taken a big step towards accomplishing what battery designers have been trying to do for decades - design a pure lithium anode.

    Device to help neuroscientists analyse 'big data'
    New York, July 28 : In the era of unprecedented quantities of information via web, mobile and other internet-based operations, here comes a new device that can help neuroscientists make sense of the "big data".

    Google Nexus to herald a big screen era
    New York, July 28 : It looks like global smartphone makers are betting on bigger screens in 2015 and Google cannot be far behind.

    2.5 bn smartphone users globally by 2015: US report
    New York, July 28 : Nearly 2.5 billion people or 35 percent of the global population is expected to use smartphones by the end of 2015, says the latest report of US-based industry tracker Strategy Analytics.

    Nicole Kidman unrecognisable in causual look
    New York, July 28 : Actress Nicole Kidman, known for her glamorous avatar, was unrecognisable when she came on the set of her new movie, "The Family Fang", sporting a darker, low-maintenance hairdo.

    Rihanna's stalker arrested
    New York, July 27 : Police have taken into custody a man who was stalking pop superstar Rihanna.

    Device that reads sleep patterns
    New York, July 27 : Combining information on your sleep patterns with what is going on around you, this new device will wake you up at the perfect moment.

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