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Self-reported daily exercise lowers blood sugar level in body Dec 21, 3:02 pm
Washington, Dec 21 (ANI): A new study has recently revealed that self-reported daily exercise helps in reducing blood pressure and blood glucose levels.
Prenatal exposure to air pollution ups child's autism risk Dec 19, 2:02 pm
Washington, Dec 19 (ANI): A new study has revealed that women who are exposed to high levels of fine particulate matter specifically during pregnancy-particularly during the third trimester-may face up to twice the risk of having a child with autism than mothers living in areas with low particulate matter.
Washington, Dec 17 (ANI): A new research has indicated that a low glycemic diet does not improve insulin sensitivity, lipid levels or blood pressure.
'Alpha males' tend to prefer spicier food Dec 16, 10:50 am
London, Dec 16 (ANI): A new study has revealed that men who like spicier foods have higher levels of testosterone.
This protein may help regulate fat levels in humans Dec 15, 4:52 pm
Washington, Dec 15 (ANI): A new study has revealed that the protein, which regulates protein production, can also control fat levels.
Washington, Dec 13 (ANI): A new study has confirmed an association between hypoglycaemia and an increased risk of cardiovascular events and mortality in insulin-treated patients with diabetes.
Deadly MERS infections unlikely to reach epidemic levels Dec 12, 5:33 pm
Washington, Dec 12 (ANI): A new study has suggested that it is possible to stop Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), which is a viral respiratory illness first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012, from reaching pandemic or even epidemic status.
Washington, Dec 11 (ANI): A new research has revealed that prenatal exposure to elevated levels of two common chemicals found in the home, di-n-butyl phthalate (DnBP) and di-isobutyl phthalate (DiBP), are associated with substantial reductions in the IQ of children.
Attack in Uri shows 'desperate levels militants will go to disrupt peace, normalcy': Omar Dec 5, 1:33 pm
New Delhi, Dec. 5 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said the attack on an army camp in Kashmir's Uri sector highlighted the desperation of militants to disrupt peace and normalcy in the state.
Washington, Dec 4 (ANI): A new study has revealed that an immediate action is needed to be taken as the world's deltas that accommodate major cities such as Shanghai, Dhaka and Bangkok will be drowned in the next century by rising sea levels.
Mumbai, Dec. 3 (ANI): A chemical analyser who deposed as a witness in a Mumbai Sessions Court in the Salman Khan hit-and-run case of 2002 said that the alcohol content found from the actor's blood was above prescribed levels.
Birmingham (UK), Dec.2 (ANI): As the cold weather sets in, a quantitative analysis on particulate matter (PM) in Delhi has highlighted that residents are exposed to significantly higher levels of air pollutants in the Indian capital during winter than in summer.
Washington, Dec 2 (ANI): A new study has revealed that people diagnosed with diabetes in midlife are more likely to experience significant memory and cognitive problems during the next 20 years than those with healthy blood sugar levels.
Washington, Dec 01 (ANI): Researchers have recently developed a cognitive test battery, dubbed as Cognition, to measure the impact of typical spaceflight stressors like microgravity, radiation, confinement and isolation, exposure to elevated levels of CO2, and sleep loss) on cognitive performance of astronauts.
Washington, Nov 29 (ANI): A new study has shown that human induced industrial and agricultural processes have significantly impacted the rising anthropogenic nitrate levels in the North Pacific Ocean.
London, November 26 (ANI): Newly crowned formula one world champion Lewis Hamilton admitted that though the rivalry with teammate Nico Rosberg helped him push to new levels, it was tough to make their relationship work.
London, November 25 (ANI): Former England captain Michael Vaughan has expressed to offer his proposal for an FA Cup-style Twenty20 competition to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), in view of declining cricket participation levels in amateur cricket.
Testosterone plays minor role in menopausal women's sex lives Nov 23, 6:02 pm
Washington, Nov 23 (ANI): A new study has examined that levels of testosterone play a limited role when it comes to driving menopausal women's interest in sex and sexual function.
Burdwan blast: BJP takes on Mamata for targeting Centre Nov 23, 11:59 am
New Delhi, Nov. 23 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday hit back at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over her assertions that the Centre stage-managed Burdwan blast, saying it is extremely unfortunate that the TMC supremo is stooping to such levels and making this into a secular versus communal fight.
US watching Kashmir election process, no major complaints Nov 22, 5:05 pm
Washington, Nov. 22 (ANI): American officials are keenly watching the political drama unfolding in Jammu and Kashmir, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party is running to claim the coveted prize of winning India's only Muslim-majority state. They are aware that if the BJP successfully completes its most ambitious and audacious project or comes close to the prize, the signal that it is the new national party would be unmistakable. US diplomats have learnt a quick lesson after the national elections where their analysis was a little behind the curve. But Kashmir also arouses worry in Washington -- it is seen as a "flash point" between India and Pakistan, an ever-simmering flame that can spark a confrontation. Pakistani visitors never fail to whip up exactly those sentiments among Americans with exaggerated accounts of alleged Indian army excesses and the desire among Kashmiris for "azadi." It so happens that Gen. Raheel Sharif, Pakistan's army chief, is currently on a six-day visit to the US, meeting officials at the Pentagon and the State Department. He has blamed India for the current spate of LOC firings, saying that his attention is being forcibly diverted from fighting terrorists on his eastern border. But blaming India for Pakistan's self-inflicted wounds doesn't sell as well in Washington as it used to. The constant misinformation campaign on Kashmir - best exemplified by the unmasking of ISI-fronted Kashmiri American Council and ISI-funded Ghulam Nabi Fai in 2011 - has taken a heavy toll on the credibility of Pakistani claims. US officials can see that the BJP is looming large on Kashmir this time with an effective strategy of making inroads over the past two years. But they are worried about BJP's stated desire to "debate," if not abolish Article 370, which gives the state a special status. Even though BJP leaders are trying hard to keep the 370 issue away from headlines this campaign season, the pot has been stirred. The first phase of voting for the 87-member State Assembly begins Nov. 25 and political dynamics are fluid to pin down. Only two things are sure: that the BJP won't join the Congress in a coalition and that the two main regional rivals, the National Conference and the PDP won't join each other. All other combinations are possible, especially with smaller parties, many of which were created recently, playing an important. They will be crucial in BJP's attempt to get the magic number of 44 since no matter how hard it tries; its appeal among Muslims in the valley is low. US analysts say that parties like the Kashmir Development Front, which has several former bureaucrats and academics, may be appealing to voters. KDF was created by Farooq Renzu Shah, who left the Congress Party saying he was disillusioned. Renzu, a bureaucrat who helped rebuild damaged shrines and big bridges when he was in government, is popular among the people. US officials say they see no major problems in the execution of the elections and the theme of development in Kashmir is just what the doctor ordered. They don't see the streets erupting if the BJP forms the government. The meeting between Modi and former separatist leader, Sajjad Lone, was seen as an especially interesting development. Vijay Sazawal, a Kashmir expert who is consulted widely by Washington opinion makers, said the mood in the valley and elsewhere has noticeably changed, mostly in favor of the BJP. He cited two factors - the apology by the Indian army for the shooting of a teenager and a young man on Nov. 3 and the sentencing by a military court of five soldiers, including two officers, to life imprisonment for the staged killing of three Kashmiri civilians in the Machil sector in 2010. The rare developments have been welcomed by Kashmiris whose wounds are deep and feelings raw. "It has helped greatly and the apology came after direct orders of the PMO not to fudge the issue. The people are happy that the army has been punished. People tell me that none of Modi's posters has been torn or defaced in the valley," says Sazawal, who regularly talks to people on the ground. He marveled at the strategic insights of BJP managers - Amit Shah and Ram Madhav - in making the right moves and saying the right things. He cited BJP's state unit vice-president, Ramesh Arora's declaration that Sufi Islam would prosper under BJP. This is clever messaging to those Muslims who are tired of terrorism and want the peaceful version of their religion to return home. The US government, struggling to contain the extreme strains of Islam as exemplified by ISIS, can hardly quarrel with promotion of Sufi Islam. Pakistan, the other player in the "dispute" doesn't raise confidence levels when it comes to dealing with or "managing" Wahabism, which it and Saudis have injected into India.
Pietersen offers to coach British schools to boost cricket Nov 21, 1:38 pm
Johannesburg, November 21 (ANI): Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has expressed to offer his services as a coach to British schools in view of declining cricket participation levels among children.
London/Colombo, Nov.20 (ANI): Sri Lanka has been identified as one of the 13 countries that are at risk of increased terrorist activity from current levels in the 2014 Global Terrorism Index Report released on Wednesday.
Rare gene mutation may slash heart disease risk by 50pc Nov 16, 2:14 pm
Washington, Nov 16 (ANI): A new study has revealed that rare mutations that shut down a single gene lower cholesterol levels and helps to reduce the risk of heart disease by 50 percent.
Delhi more densely populated than New York, Tokyo: Survey Nov 14, 5:10 pm
New Delhi, Nov 14 (ANI): A new survey has revealed that despite its relatively low-rise urban landscape, Delhi has a density that is twice the levels of New York and Tokyo.
Washington, Nov 14 (ANI): A new study has revealed that if a man's parents were older at the time of his birth, he was more likely to have lower blood pressure, more favorable cholesterol levels, and improved glucose metabolism.
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