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New Delhi, Apr 13 (ANI): The new civil aviation policy of the union government, which is quite on the cards, will address both the issues of opening up the skies and regional connectivity in a very aggressive and fulfilling manner, a top Tourism Ministry official said at an ASSOCHAM event held in New Delhi.
Why stressful situations take their toll on only some of us Mar 31, 10:08 am
Washington D.C, Mar 31 (ANI): When handling a stressful situation, some people seem to be resilient, while others succumb to despair. But why? According to a new study, it is all in the brain.
Memories 'lost' to Alzheimer's is recoverable Mar 17, 8:25 am
Washington D.C, Mar 17 (ANI): What if lost memories could be switched on? A team of scientists has come up with a technique that can be used to restore thoughts that have been lost.
What your parents eat can affect your health: study Mar 15, 10:31 am
Washington D.C., Mar. 15 (ANI): In a recent study researchers used mice that had become obese and had developed type 2 diabetes due to a high-fat diet and then obtained their offspring solely through in vitro fertilisation (IVF) from isolated oocytes and sperm, so that changes in the offspring could only be passed on via these cells.
Artificial sperm a reality in China Feb 26, 9:42 am
Washington D.C, Feb 26 (ANI): In a first, a team of researchers has created functioning sperm from mice in a lab, raising the prospect of women never needing men again.
Running helps mice to shrink tumours: Study Feb 17, 10:07 am
Washington D.C., Feb. 17(ANI): Researchers are highlighting the benefit of exercising as they have found that the mice that spent their free time on a running wheel are able to shrink tumours compared to their less active counterparts.
`Elixir of youth` comes closer to reality Feb 4, 9:34 am
Washington D.C, Feb 4 (ANI): A pill that could give us a longer life seems to be on the horizon after a team of researchers were able to extend the lifespan of mice by 35 percent.
Cocaine makes brain cells cannibalize themselves, says study on mice Jan 19, 10:07 am
Washington D.C., Jan. 19 (ANI): Researchers have contributed significant new evidence to support the idea that high doses of cocaine kill brain cells by triggering overactive autophagy (normal physiological process in the body that deals with destruction of cells), while working with mice.
Washington, D.C., Jan. 7 (ANI): Fully functional pancreatic cells have been cultured by scientists from human skin cells, potentially meaning the end of daily insulin injections for sufferers of the disease.
Recipe for `pain-free` life Dec 5, 3:40 pm
Washington D.C, Dec 5 (ANI): Genetically modified mice may reveal the secret to a painless life.
Sleep gene linked to heart failure Dec 1, 11:36 am
Washington D.C., Dec. 1 (ANI): In a breakthrough, researchers have identified a gene that appears to reduce the risk of heart failure and improve treatment outcomes.
New vaccine can keep cholesterol at bay Nov 11, 10:15 am
Washington D.C, Nov 11 (ANI): A new research has come up with a vaccine that can lower the bad cholesterol in mice and macaques.
Mice study proves `inexpensive` drug prevents diabetes Sep 15, 10:32 am
Washington D.C., Sept 15 (ANI): In a new study, scientists have unveiled a new inexpensive drug which prevents type 1 diabetes in mice.
Cells in mice restore liver damage without cancer risk Aug 16, 10:47 am
Washington DC, Aug 16 (ANI): In a breakthrough discovery, medical researchers have discovered a type of cell in mice which restores liver damage without the risk of cancer.
`Mice` blow Justin Timberlake's restaurant health inspection Aug 11, 12:13 pm
Melbourne, Aug 11 (ANI): Justin Timberlake's New York City restaurant failed a recent health inspection and has been charged with sanitation violations after "mice" were found squeaking around.
'Microbiota' prevents development of type 1 diabetes Aug 7, 3:57 pm
Washington DC, Aug 7 (ANI): Scientists have found that a set of bacteria in our body, known as microbiota, can also protect us against the development of type 1 diabetes.
New Delhi, July 24 (ANI): A FICCI-EY paper on 'Tourism Infrastructure: The Role States Play' recommends a six-point agenda to enable the states to achieve their potential in attaining the desired growth in tourist arrivals.
Drug addiction can now be chased with intellectual pursuits Jul 15, 12:28 pm
Washington DC, July 15 (ANI): For those who think drug addiction is hardwired in the brain, a new study on mice claims that even a short time spent in a stimulating learning environment can buffer the brain against drug dependence.
Gene therapy shows hope for the deaf to hear again Jul 9, 11:54 am
Washington DC, July 9 (ANI): The successful restoration of hearing in mice suffering genetic form of deafness with the help of gene therapy has opened doors for researchers to try the same on humans.
Traditional vermicelli makers in Tripura busy preparing for Eid Jun 23, 1:00 pm
Aralaia (West Tripura) June 22 (ANI): With the onset of the holy month of Ramadan, the workers engaged in vermicelli manufacturing are busy and working extra hours to fulfill the orders placed for the item.
New amino acid find may pave way for 'much-needed' epilepsy cure Jun 21, 11:51 am
Washington, Jun 21 (ANI): A new study has revealed that an amino acid whose role in the body has been all but a mystery appears to act as a potent seizure inhibitor in mice.
How BPA adversely affects parenting behavior in mice Jun 4, 3:50 pm
Washington, Jun 4 (ANI): A team of researchers has shown how endocrine-disrupting chemicals including Bisphenol-A (BPA) can affect maternal and paternal care when both parents are exposed.
Mystery behind Swiss cheese holes revealed May 29, 10:45 am
London, May 29 (ANI): While you may have thought all sorts of reason behind why there are holes Swiss cheese, including mice eating their way through, it turns out it's dirt that causes such gaps in food.
Potential Ebola drug treats 90 pc mice successfully May 21, 10:50 am
Washington, May 21 (ANI): In an experimental study for Ebola cure, scientists have found a potential drug, that treated up to 90 percent of mice exposed to the virus successfully.
Washington, May 5 (ANI): A team of researchers has found that a compound found in green tea along with voluntary exercise slows the progression of the disease in mice and may reverse its effects.
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