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Heart attacks kill younger women faster than men: Study
New York, July 22 : Aakriti Gupta, an Indian-origin researcher at the Yale School of Medicine, has found that women have longer hospital stays and are more likely than men to die in the hospital after a heart attack.
Facing memory lapses? Catch some sleep
New York, July 22 : Missing sleep lately owing to family stress or extra workload at office? Get back to normal routine fast as lack of sleep can hurt your memory.
Fatty food may lead to loss of smell
New York, July 22 : Stuffing yourself regularly with pizza or hamburger or any other high-fat food can put you at the risk of losing sense of smell, research warns.
Scarlett Johansson likely to marry next month
New York, July 22 : Actress Scarlett Johansson, who is dating French journalist Romain Dauriacis, has reportedly finalised a wedding date for next month.
Are Beyonce and Jay-Z heading for split?
New York, July 21: Beyonce and Jay- Z's marriage can only be saved by "divine inspiration", according to reports.
Indulge in healthy food, but mind the portion
New York, July 21 : Indulging in health food items to cut flab? Make sure you know how much to eat as it is possible overdose of right food can prevent you from losing weight.
Learning to read does not stop at 4th grade
New York, July 21 : Teachers often think that fourth grade is when students stop learning to read and start reading to learn. Not any more.
Smartphones to drive future cars
New York, July 21 : Hold on to that steering. Cars of the future are set to get rid of traditional controls like buttons and switches and have a touchscreen smartphone for your driving comfort and overall safety.
Bangladesh urged to disband paramilitary unit
New York, July 21 : The Bangladesh government should disband the paramilitary Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), Human Rights Watch said Monday.
Apps that monitor your financial health
New York, July 21 : You have read about fitness apps offering better health monitoring and overall happiness. But have you ever tried downloading apps that keep your financial health in good shape?
Genes play key role in twins' language deficit
New York, July 21 : Contrary to the popular tendency to attribute delays in early language acquisition of twins to mothers, researchers have found that genes play a significant role in their overall language deficit.
Plant's biomass depends more on size, age than on climate
New York, July 21 : Plant's productivity, that is the amount of biomass it produces, depends more on its size and age than temperature and precipitation as traditionally thought, says a study.
World's longest poop set for auction
New York, July 20 : Can you imagine the size of the world's longest poop? Well, gross it may read but it is one metre in length and has an "eye-watering" pale brown-yellow colour.
X-ray to fix broken earphone
New York, July 20 : This may sound bizarre but a US doctor has used X-ray machine to fix his broken headphone after "diagnosing" a tiny break in the cords.
No signal! Turn your smartphone into 'walkie talkie'
New York, July 20 : For hikers, outdoor enthusiasts and families that love to travel, this device is a must as this turns your smartphone into a "walkie talkie" even if you have no phone coverage.
Swinging arms most efficient way to run
New York, July 20 : Ever tried running without swinging your arms? New research has shown that the swing in your arms counter balances the movement of your legs and saves energy at the same time.
Relish 3D-printed ice creams soon
New York, July 20 : Bored of the same old ice cream bars and cones? A new machine that can produce amazing 3D-shaped ice creams for your kids in flat 15 minutes is here now.
How new dads' brains react to fatherhood
New York, July 20 : Not just moms, a new dad's heart too pours for his or her toddler the moment he looks at him or her playing.
Diamond blasted with laser to decode giant planets' core
New York, July 20 : To unlock the mystery behind how the cores of 'super-Earths' or giant planets like Jupiter respond to intense atmospheric pressure, US researchers have blasted a diamond with the world's biggest laser beam at a very high pressure.
Brooke Shields goes semi-naked at 49!
New York, July 19 : Brooke Shields, who's 49, recently gave semi-nude sexy poses for Social Life magazine.
UN Secretary General to visit Israel, Gaza to bolster truce efforts
New York, July 19 : United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon is expected to visit Israel and the Gaza Strip sometime today in an effort to bolster truce efforts between the two sides.
Salary doesn't decide car usage
New York, July 19 : Not just income, but taxes that keep fuel costs high and good roads with ample parking space determine the amount of personal car use for people in developing nations including India, a new study shows.
Fish oil may save alcoholics from brain damage
New York, July 19 : Omega-3 fish oil could save the brain from alcohol-related damage and dementia by up to 90 percent, a new study says.
New gut insight for irritable bowel syndrome sufferers
New York, July 19 : Are you suffering from the nagging irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and cannot enjoy your food? Here is good news.
Marvel's new Captain America to be black man
New York, July 18 : Marvel comics, who has announced a new Captain America, has revealed that he will now be a black man.
Eat leafy vegetables to reset biological clock
New York, July 18 : Lipoic acid, found at higher levels in organ meats and leafy vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, may help reset and synchronise circadian rhythms or the "biological clock" found in most life forms, says a study.
Gene that mediates ageing identified
New York, July 18 : In what could point towards the possibility of one day using therapeutics to combat ageing, researchers have found in animal models that a single gene plays a surprising role in ageing that can be detected early in development.
Soviet-era missile may have hit Malaysia Airlines plane
New York, July 18 : The surface-to-air missile that reportedly shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 killing all 298 people on board may be a Soviet-era "Buk" missile, experts have said.
Conditions deep inside giant planets recreated in lab
New York, July 18 : In what could lead to better understanding of how giant planets form, researchers have experimentally recreated the conditions that exist deep inside giant planets, such as Jupiter, Uranus and many other planets recently discovered outside the solar system.
Now, cancer vaccine from cat poop parasite
New York, July 18 : You may soon look at cat poop in a different light as it may hold the key to cancer cure.