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Researchers identify drug target for dengue virus Feb 9, 9:52 am
Washington D.C., Feb. 9(ANI): Till date no vaccine or drug has yet become available against the Dengue virus.
Staving off sudden heart death may soon be possible Feb 7, 10:28 am
Washington D.C, Feb 7 (ANI): A team of researchers has found a potential preventive treatment for sudden cardiac death.
`Cannibalism` between stars Feb 6, 4:12 pm
Washington D.C, Feb 6 (ANI): Unveiling the turbulent past of our sun, a team of researchers has shown 'cannibalism' between stars.
This ice age beast had bizarre dinosaur-like trait Feb 5, 10:11 am
Washington D.C, Feb 5 (ANI): An ancient wildebeest-type animal and a dinosaur had several similarities, according to a team of researchers.
Organic crystals pave way for `flexible` electronic devices Feb 4, 2:22 pm
Washington D.C, Feb 4 (ANI): A team of researchers has developed organic crystals that allow creating flexible electronic devices.
Now, 'hack-proof' RFID chips to keep your money safe Feb 4, 10:18 am
Washington D.C, Feb 4 (ANI): A team of researchers has come up with a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that is virtually impossible to hack, securing credit cards, key cards and pallets of goods in warehouses.
`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.
Culture, technology-sharing helped us evolve Feb 3, 11:30 am
Washington D.C, Feb 3 (ANI): A team of researchers has suggested that by sharing their culture and technological advances with each other, early human ancestors were able to evolve and travel across Earth.
Washington D.C., Feb. 2 (ANI): In a study titled 'High-flavanol chocolate to improve placental function and to decrease the risk of preeclampsia: a double blind randomized clinical trial' researchers have revealed the benefit of chocolate consumption during pregnancy.
Vaccine for Zika virus may take 3-5 years Feb 2, 9:31 am
Wellington, Feb 2 (ANI): Researchers will take around three to five years to develop a vaccine against the Zika virus, the Brazilian president's chief of staff said, as the World Health Organisation declared a global health emergency over the disease.
Maternal obesity, diabetes putting kids at autism risk Feb 1, 12:57 pm
Washington D.C, Feb 1 (ANI): A team of researchers has found out that women, who are obese and have diabetes during the time of their pregnancy, are four times as likely to have children with autism than healthy weight mothers without diabetes.
Are diagnostic labels of asthma, COPD even viable? Feb 1, 11:23 am
Washington D.C, Feb 1 (ANI): A team of researchers has tried to explore whether or not tagging every patient's breathing problem as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is viable.
Repeated infancy trauma ups psychosis risk sevenfold Jan 31, 12:09 pm
Washington D.C, Jan 31 (ANI): A team of researchers has found that experiencing repeated trauma throughout infancy and adolescence increases the risk of suffering psychosis during adulthood by at least sevenfold.
Apple working on secret virtual reality device Jan 30, 5:14 pm
New Delhi, Jan.30 (ANI): California-based Tech giant Apple is secretly hiring a highly qualified team of researchers to develop a Virtual Reality device. The move is an attempt to compete with Facebook's Oculus Rift and Microsoft's HoloLens.
This `pop quiz` can help predict STI risk in women Jan 30, 8:19 am
Washington D.C, Jan 30 (ANI): A team of researchers has come up with an app that can help reduce the sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates among women.
Monstrous cloud boomeranging back to Milky Way Jan 29, 10:38 am
Washington D.C, Jan 29 (ANI): A team of researchers has revealed that the old adage "what goes up must come down" is ringing true for an immense cloud of hydrogen gas that is heading towards our galaxy at nearly 700,000 miles per hour.
Vaping `cherry` e-cigarettes riskier than other flavours Jan 29, 8:27 am
Washington D.C, Jan 29 (ANI): Electronic cigarettes come in enticing flavours like "cherry crush" and "vivid vanilla," but now a team of researchers has shed some light on whether or not those ingredients are safe enough for the lungs.
Now, smart sock to help diabetics ward off amputation Jan 28, 11:58 am
Washington D.C, Jan 28 (ANI): A team of researchers has come up with smartphone and intelligent sock combo to help diabetics ward off amputations.
Here`s what next-gen Internet looks like Jan 27, 1:43 pm
Washington D.C, Jan 27 (ANI): A team of researchers has come up with a scientific solution that enables future internet infrastructure to become completely open and programmable while carrying internet traffic at the speed of light.
Zebra stripes aren't for camouflage Jan 23, 2:37 pm
Washington D.C, Jan 23 (ANI): A team of researchers has found that zebras don't use their black and white stripes as some sort of camouflaging protection against predators.
`Ideal number` of sex partners you should have had is. Jan 23, 10:22 am
London, Jan 23 (ANI): A team of researchers has claimed to have the 'goldilocks' answer to the question: What number of ex-lovers to have before settling down?
Mindfulness can ward off childhood obesity Jan 22, 1:25 pm
Washington D.C, Jan 22 (ANI): According to a study of connections between the brain and appetite, a team of researchers suggests that teaching mindfulness practices to children could help treat or prevent obesity.
Microsoft to donate cloud computing to non-profit organizations Jan 21, 4:24 pm
New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Microsoft announced its plan to put a billion dollars' worth of cloud computing power in the hands of non-profit groups and university researchers free of charge.
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.
Researchers find 'eating habits' can influence sleep Jan 15, 11:15 am
Washington D.C., Jan. 15 (ANI): You might have often heard that you're eating habits affect your sleep. To put a conformation on this, a new study has found that eating less fiber, more saturated fat and more sugar is associated with lighter, less restorative, and more disrupted sleep.
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