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Why some people can cope with short sleep
New York, Aug 1 : Most people require seven to nine hours of sleep to have proper daytime functioning, but some people can function normally on less than six hours of sleep per night owing to a gene mutation, says a study.
Way to restore body's insulin producing ability
New York, Aug 1 : There is good news for patients suffering from type-one diabetes as they may soon be able to do away with their daily insulin dose to manage their blood-sugar levels.
How flu virus infects host cells
New York, Aug 1 : A new computer simulation shows how the flu virus attacks and infects host cells which may lead to new strategies to stop influenza and even Ebola, perhaps even a one-size-fits-all vaccine.
In college and stressed?
New York, Aug 1 : In college and cannot manage stress owing to studies or frequent relationship troubles? Take heart.
DNA may shape political affiliations
New York, Aug 1 : The extent of liberalism in people may be linked to their bodies and deep seated psychology and not just results of conscious decision-making or upbringing as commonly thought, says a study.
New treatment for gum disease in diabetics
New York, Aug 1 : Going to the dentist may not be fun but for those with periodontal disease related to type-two diabetes, a new research may bring back their smile.
App to alert forgetful parents about kids
New York, Aug 1 : Have you ever forgotten your baby in the car? Pay more attention as the baby can die of heatstroke or poisonous gas if the car AC is on.
Lead in teeth as kid can reveal origin later
New York, Aug 1 : The lead that gets accumulated in children's teeth as they inhale dust and ingest soil when they put their hands in their mouths can later reveal where they come from, reveals a study.
Ronaldinho in talks with NY Red Bulls
Rio de Janeiro, Aug 1 : Former Brazilian international Ronaldinho is reportedly close to joining US Major League Soccer (MLS) club New York Red Bulls.
Caroline Wozniacki to run New York marathon
Washington, Aug 1 : Former women's World No.1 tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has said she plans to run the New York City Marathon slated Nov 2.
Getting chatty with meow chat
New York, July 31 : A new chat app is on the prowl, stalking users on social networks like a cat.
Depression increases dementia risk
New York, July 31 : The secret of preventing memory loss in old age may lie in treating depression and causes of stress early as researchers have confirmed that depression indeed increases the risk of dementia.
US military women less likely to drink than civilians: Study
New York, July 31 : A survey of US military veterans has revealed that female veterans are actually less likely to drink than their civilian counterparts.
Protein can prevent brain damage from toxic chemicals
New York, July 31 : Engineering a protein, research shows, may prevent brain damage in civilians and soldiers exposed to poisonous chemicals - particularly those in pesticides and chemical weapons.
Helpful moms, sisters push female baboons up hierarchy
New York, July 31 : A supportive mother and helpful sisters are key to female baboons reaching the higher echelons of their social strata, a study indicates.
'Fat' jokes linked with anti-obese attitude
New York, July 31 : Despite being considered to be in bad taste, jokes on fat people are widespread in movies or TV shows, research shows.
3D-printed organs for transplants a reality soon
New York, July 31 : Producing tissues and organs via 3D printing has the potential to address the shortage of organ donations in near future, scientists hope.
App that pays you for exercise
New York, July 31 : Will you miss your workout if you had to pay for it? If money motivates you more than fitness, an app is here to either reward or punish you.
Decreased carbon dioxide formed Antarctic ice sheet?
New York, July 31 : Turning a long-held climate shift theory on its head, researchers have found that decreased carbon dioxide (CO2) levels during a major climate shift 34 million years ago led to initiation of Antarctic glaciation.
Share domestic chores for super sex life
New York, July 31 : Do you often ignore sharing household chores with your spouse? Start helping her from now on as it comes with an extra incentive - better, hotter sex.
Octopus who nourished eggs for 4.5 years!
New York, July 31 : Scientists have discovered a deep-sea octopus that protected and tended her eggs until they hatched 4.5 years later - the longest egg-brooding period ever reported for any animal species.
US woman sues Facebook over 'revenge porn' images
New York, July 31 : A woman in the US has filed a $123 million case against social networking site Facebook for not deleting "revenge porn" images uploaded by her old friend.
SC asks Roy, Tihar jail to work out conferencing facility details
New Delhi, July 30 : The Supreme Court Wednesday asked the Sahara group and Tihar jail authorities to work out concrete modalities for conferencing facilities that could be extended to company chairman Subrata Roy and two other directors for negotiating with buyers for the group's three hotels in ...
Carbon dioxide can be future fuel source
New York, July 30 : In a significant breakthrough, scientists have synthesised a catalyst that improves the system for converting waste carbon dioxide into syngas -- a precursor of gasoline and other energy-rich products.
Screens to replace reading glasses
New York, July 30 : If researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and University of California-Berkeley have their way, vision-correcting displays will throw eyeglasses or contact lenses into the trash can.
Acupuncture boon for breast cancer patients
New York, July 30 : Acupuncture can bring significant improvements in fatigue, anxiety and depression in as little as eight weeks for early stage breast cancer patients, a study shows.
Healthy lifestyle can fight stress-related ageing
New York, July 30 : Typical experiences of life stressors like death, care-giving and job loss may accelerate cellular ageing, but these negative effects may be reduced by maintaining a healthy diet, exercising and sleeping well, says a study.
'Killer sperm' stops cross-species mating
New York, July 30 : In what could offer new insight into how the many species on the earth remain distinct from one another, researchers have found that mating with its different species make some worms sterile and even results in their death.
Menu design can spoil diners' mood
New York, July 30 : If you have ordered the wrong food at a restaurant, do not blame yourself. Curse the menu instead.
Sweetened beverages can impair memory
New York, July 30 : Limit your sugar-sweetened beverage intake if you are a teenager. An alarming study shows that daily consumption of beverages can impair your ability to learn and remember.