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Rats can cause health threats to poultry, humans: Study  Jan 18, 9:44 am
Washington D.C., Jan. 18 (ANI): A new study has revealed that rats can absorb disease agents from their local environment and spread them.
Seabird populations dropped by 70 percent since 1950s: Research  Jul 12, 10:35 am
Washington, July 12 (ANI): The 70 percent drop in the seabird's population since 1950 is a stark indication that the marine ecosystems are not doing well, says the UBC research.
'PM Modi will change India forever': British Columbia Premier  Apr 17, 4:44 am
Vancouver, Apr. 17 (ANI): British Columbia Premier Christy Clark on Thursday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts of supporting entrepreneurship, stating that the latter will change India 'forever'.
Want to reduce stress? Stop checking emails so frequently!  Jan 12, 1:17 pm
Washington, Jan 12 (ANI): A new study has found that cutting back on frequency of checking your email can help reduce stress.
Easy going CEOs do better than their uptight counterparts  Dec 12, 5:40 pm
Washington, Dec 12 (ANI): It turns out that CEO's who have a happy-go-lucky attitude and are optimistic do better for their companies, says a new study.
Ed Fast visits Canadian campus in Chandigarh  Oct 17, 7:27 pm
Chandigarh, Oct. 17 (ANI): Canada's Minister of International Trade, Ed Fast, met with the Indian students studying at British Columbia's University of Fraser Valley (UFV) offshore campus in Chandigarh.
Taking antibiotics at early age could strengthen immunity   Aug 19, 9:52 am
Washington, Aug 19 (ANI): A new study has claimed that consumption of antibiotics in early life can increase human body's long-term defense against specific diseases.
A man's height could be the reason for 'depression'  Jul 24, 6:19 pm
London, July 24 (ANI): A new study has found that men who are either too short or too tall, are so bothered about 'how tall they were' that it could even lead to depression.
Now, camera that can see around the corner  Jun 18, 5:28 pm
London, June 18 (ANI): University of Bonn and University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) researchers have created a new camera that can see around the corner without using a mirror.
BC court orders extradition of mother, uncle to India over bride killing  May 10, 11:29 am
London, May 10 (ANI): A British Columbia court judge has reportedly ordered the extradition of the mother and uncle of a slain Canadian woman, for allegedly plotting an honour killing.
Canadian 'sexting' teen convicted of child pornography  Jan 12, 9:19 am
Washington, Jan. 12 (ANI): A court in Canada has taken a very firm attitude against a teenager, who was in possession of naked images of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend and disseminated them.
Has Google Earth helped spot 'Bigfoot'?  Nov 1, 12:05 pm
London, Nov. 1 (ANI): A YouTube video that features shots taken from the Google Earth shows a mysterious dark shape roaming woodland beside the Trans-Canada highway in British Columbia, Canada.
Anna Hazare awarded inaugural Allard Prize for International Integrity in Canada  Sep 30, 4:29 pm
Vancouver, Sept. 30 (ANI): The University of British Columbia's Faculty of Law at Allard Hall presented Anna Hazare with the inaugural Allard Prize for International Integrity here, where India's social activist said that he hopes that the recognition will make his movement an example for the generations to come.
Thai badminton player slapped with two-year ban for fighting with ex-doubles partner  Aug 7, 9:27 am
London, Aug 7 (ANI): A Thai badminton player has reportedly been handed a two-year ban over a fight with his former doubles partner during last month's Yonex Canada Open in Richmond, British Columbia.
Has Bigfoot been discovered?  Jul 29, 11:14 am
Melbourne, July 29 (ANI): Hikers in the Canadian wilderness have videotaped a figure, which they claim could be the mythical creature Bigfoot.
New alien-like species discovered  Jul 17, 11:19 am
Washington, July 17 (ANI): Three scientists have discovered a rather unusual clam off the coast of California and British Columbia.
Cory Monteith died from an overdose of alcohol and heroin  Jul 17, 9:53 am
London, July 17 (ANI): An overdose of alcohol and heroin was responsible for Cory Monteith's death, the British Columbia Coroners Service has confirmed.
Why forbidden fruit is hard to resist  Jun 6, 2:01 pm
Washington, June 6 (ANI): A new study from the University of British Columbia has shed light on how people become obsessed with forbidden pleasures.
High doses of statins could damage kidney   Mar 20, 2:43 pm
London, March 20 (ANI): Statins that are taken daily by millions of people to control cholesterol could dramatically increase the risk of kidney damage, researchers have warned.
Both 'round' and 'shaped' implants yield good results in breast reconstruction  Mar 1, 4:34 pm
Washington, March 1 (ANI): For women undergoing breast reconstruction using implants, most patient-reported outcomes are similar with two different shapes of silicone gel-filled implants: conventional round implants and anatomical "shaped" implants, according to a study
Volunteer adolescents have healthier hearts, finds research  Feb 26, 4:30 pm
London, Feb. 26 (ANI): Giving back through volunteering is good for the human heart, researchers at the University of British Columbia have found.
Butt-dialling by teen during horror movie makes mum call 911  Feb 9, 5:10 pm
Washington, Feb. 9 (ANI): A teenage girl pocket dialled her mother, while she was in a movie theatre watching a horror movie, which resulted in her mom calling the police.
Why 'food porn' holds no allure when we're satiated  Jan 29, 12:03 pm
London, January 29 (ANI): Researchers from the University of British Columbia have shed light on why enticing pictures of food affect us less when we're full.
Pamela Anderson hit with third tax bill   Jan 18, 4:54 pm
London, Jan 18 (ANI): Pamela Anderson has been asked to pay 19,500 pounds for a property in her home town of Ladysmith, British Columbia.
Bullying managers likelier to succeed   Dec 24, 12:26 pm
London, December 24 (ANI): Aggressive, bullying managers are more likely to rise to the top because people are impressed by their dominance, according to a new study.