Here`s what switches our sleep button on and off   Aug 14, 3:10 pm
Washington DC, Aug 14 (ANI): Ever wondered how you went off to sleep and how you woke after sleep? Researchers claim that they have found two elements which control the act.
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How `competitive` cats drove ancient dogs species to `extinction`   Aug 13, 2:27 pm
Washington DC, Aug 13 (ANI): Competition from the cat family is what played a role in driving many species of ancient dogs to extinction, scientists have found.
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New `brain game` aims to reduce anxiety, improve concentration   Aug 13, 11:13 am
Washington DC, Aug 13 (ANI): It's time to pump-up your brain, as researchers have crafted a science-backed brain game which could help improve concentration and lessen anxiety in people.
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Now, a game for African midwives to help cut childbirth mortality rate   Aug 12, 5:30 pm
London, Aug 12 (ANI): Researchers have designed a board game, 'Progression,' to help African midwives prevent death and illness during childbirth.
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New imaging method reveals 'not so cramped up' brain   Aug 12, 4:44 pm
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): Who said brain is cramped up? Scientists have revealed a unique method shows that our brain may not be as compact as we previously thought and is a very attractive method for brain imaging.
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Researchers crack the evolution of `beer yeast`   Aug 12, 12:37 pm
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): Ever wondered how genetically different is lager from ale beer? Researchers have now answered this query by revealing the evolution of beer yeast.
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Here's why the Greenwich prime meridian `changed`  Aug 12, 12:18 pm
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): The Greenwich prime meridian has changed and the scientists now explain it was expected all thanks to advanced technology.
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'Stripes' may not shield zebra's from predators   Aug 12, 12:07 pm
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): While it was believed that "stripes" offer protection for animals living in groups, like zebra, a new research has rebuffed the assumption.
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'Stem cells' could help to study pollution effects on humans   Aug 11, 3:40 pm
Washington DC, Aug 11 (ANI): Researchers claim that embryonic stem cells can help in studying the effects of pollution on human health.
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'Footprints' show carnivourous dinosaurs' strolled German beach 142 mln yrs ago  Aug 11, 11:03 am
Washington DC, Aug 11 (ANI): Researchers have found footprints of two carnivourous dinosaurs which strolled around Germany 142 million years ago and have provided insights into their daily life.
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Now, helmet from carrot fibers to safeguard your head  Aug 10, 1:48 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 10 (ANI): In order to reuse biodegradable synthetics, researchers have now developed a method to obtain nanofibers from carrot waste which can be used to make helmets or side walls for motorhomes.
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Research sheds light on regeneration of human heart  Aug 10, 1:08 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 10 (ANI): In order to restore the reproduction ability of cardiac muscle cells that disappear shortly after birth, researchers have found the theory behind this phenomenon.
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Curing epilepsy with `music`   Aug 10, 12:39 pm
Washington DC, Aug 10 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have found that brains of epileptic patients react to music in a "different" way from the ones who don't have the disorder.
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`Deep-voiced` candidates have better chances of winning polls  Aug 8, 3:32 pm
Washington DC, Aug 8 (ANI): Candidates with deep or low pitched voice have better chances winning polls as they can influence the voters, researchers have claimed in two new studies.
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Did ancient flood volcanoes trigger climate change?  Aug 8, 1:37 pm
Washington DC, Aug 8 (ANI): NASA scientists have found evidence pointing towards ancient flood volcanoes to be reason for altered climate.
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Scientists reveal Viagra's secret 'active ingredient'  Aug 6, 4:39 pm
Washington DC, Aug 6 (ANI): While most of us turn to dietary supplements to improve our health, people rarely know what 'undisclosed' ingredients they contain, and now scientists have tried to bring them to light.
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Research shows trends in global consumption of beverages   Aug 6, 4:00 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): A survey conducted on beverage intakes in several countries has revealed the diversity in existing intakes and trends in global consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, fruit juices and milk.
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Research shows how humans see different colours in different seasons  Aug 6, 4:00 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Revealing that humans see things differently in winter compared with summer scientist are now sheding light on human's ability to process colours.
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How stress can change your food preferences  Aug 6, 2:28 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Wondering why do you wish to eat a chocolate bar after a stressful meeting? Well, according to the researchers stress can alter the brain to impair self-control when confronted with a choice and can even change food preferences.
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Humans and horses have same `facial expressions`  Aug 6, 12:24 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Next time you see a horse don't make a face at it because it can do the same, as a new study that claims horses have facial expressions similar to humans.
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Can lost memories be regained?  Aug 5, 12:27 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 5 (ANI): If you wish to regain lost memories then consider this a miracle as a team of scientists have claimed to have identified the process in the brain, which could help rescue lost memories or bury bad memories.
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