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Depression and anxiety happen in teens due to insomnia

Fri, 08/01/2014 - 10:46


High schooler emotional episodes are old, however new research out of the University of Adelaide has specifically connected lack of sleep among youths to an altogether expanded danger of misery and tension.

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Increase of Sales Tax on Cigarettes Lowered Smoking Rate in Japan by 20%

Thu, 07/31/2014 - 13:37


Japan's smoking rate has lowered by 20%, according to a survey. It said the rise in the sales tax, which increased the price of cigarettes and other consumer goods, forced smoking addicts to drop the habit.

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More than One Third of Americans Debt Offenders

Tue, 07/29/2014 - 11:19


On Tuesday a study from the Urban Institute that analyzed the credit files of about 7 million Americans said that more than one third of people in the U. S are in trouble s soon as the issue boils down to paying their debts on time. It says that 35 percent of American citizens have debt in collections.

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MIT’s Robotic Fingers to Help You get Better Grip of Objects

Tue, 07/22/2014 - 05:37


MIT researchers have developed a glove with two robotic fingers to increase the count of fingers on the normal human hand. The additional fingers are very simple to use and allow the wearer to have a better grip of different objects. There is no need to give any sort of command to fingers as they work automatically.

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‘Supernumerary robotic fingers’ developed by MIT researchers

Mon, 07/21/2014 - 12:36


The researchers at MIT have developed a robotic device that is worn around the wrist and provides two extra fingers next to the human pinky and thumb finger. They have named it as "supernumerary robotic fingers".

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You are not as sexy as you think

Fri, 07/18/2014 - 10:29


You may imagine that attractive selfie gives others the impression you are powerful and great to look at.

Anyway, a long way from boosting your online picture, researchers have observed that ladies who post provocative photographs of themselves on interpersonal interaction locales are really seen to be more ugly and less splendid by other ladies.

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Why is HIV a long-lasting infection

Wed, 07/16/2014 - 10:15


HIV, the infection that causes AIDS, can incorporate into the human genome, making it hard to cure the infection.

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Stanford Microchip identifies diabetes in minutes

Wed, 07/16/2014 - 10:11


Decades prior, the two sorts of diabetes were not difficult to separate in exhibiting patients. Kids with high glucose were just about only sort 1, while recently diagnosed grown-ups, who were commonly overweight, were sort 2.

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Researchers claim to have found cause of mysterious food allergy

Tue, 07/15/2014 - 13:54


Genes are responsible for food allergy that causes allergic hypersensitivity to certain foods in some children, researchers at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center found in a new study.

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Density of fast-food restaurants tested linked to obesity

Thu, 07/10/2014 - 11:07


Neighborhoods with a high number of quick food or fast food restaurants are no place for the weight cognizant, another study recommends.

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TB rates among children may be higher than before

Thu, 07/10/2014 - 11:01


The worldwide rate of tuberculosis (TB) in kids could be higher than before, another study proposes.

Scientists presumed that more than 650,000 kids create TB consistently in the 22 nations with the most noteworthy rates of the sickness. That is about 25 percent more than a 2012 World Health Organization appraisal of 530,000 for every year.

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Brain switch that hampers consciousness discovered

Thu, 07/10/2014 - 10:50


Surprisingly, scientists have had the capacity to switch off awareness in a woman by electrically invigorating a solitary mind region.

The finding recommends that a solitary range - the claustrum - may be vital to joining together different mind movement into a consistent bundle of musings, sensations and feelings.

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Rise in opioid deaths: Study

Mon, 07/07/2014 - 13:41


The rate of opioid-related passings has soar in Ontario, bouncing 242 per cent in 20 years, new research shows.

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Australians are the biggest drug users in the world

Mon, 07/07/2014 - 13:38


Australia's perilous relationship with party drugs has arrived us on top of the world's greatest recreational drugs clients' list.

Australia has the most elevated extent of ecstasy clients on the planet, as indicated by the United Nations 2014 World Drug Report.

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Bone marrow inflammation caused by Biochemical cascade

Sat, 07/05/2014 - 09:49


Like a line of falling dominos, a course of sub-atomic occasions in the bone marrow delivers elevated amounts of irritation that disturb typical blood establishment and lead to conceivably lethal issue including leukemia, analysts have found.

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Learning a new language is easier while sleeping

Thu, 07/03/2014 - 09:58


Listening to different dialects while you are slumbering aides strengthen earlier taking in, another study has found.

The study directed at the colleges of Zurich and Fribourg has demonstrated that German-talking people are better at recollecting the significance of recently learned Dutch words when they hear the words again in their slumber.

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Fear of skin disease might be due to Shakespeare

Thu, 07/03/2014 - 09:48


A late study carried out by British dermatologists in UK discovered an association between the general state of mind of individuals towards skin conditions and the compositions of Shakespeare. It found that Shakespeare's plays about skin conditions had negative effect on society's views about skin defects.

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Egg-freezing trend prompted by biological clocks

Wed, 07/02/2014 - 13:59


Being single by the age of 35 and a ticking natural clock show up the greatest inspirations of ladies who expect to freeze their eggs for social reasons.

Another study discovered very nearly 90 per cent of ladies thought the system was adequate to postpone beginning a family until their social and residential circumstances were suitable.

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Childhood vaccines pose no threat

Wed, 07/02/2014 - 13:56


Kids ought to get inoculated against preventable and likewise deadly diseases.

That is the thing that a project that screened more than 20,000 logical titles and 67 papers on immunization wellbeing concluded this week. The audit shows up in the most recent release of the medicinal journal Pediatrics.

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Bugs resistant to banned antibiotic found in chicken cause concern

Tue, 07/01/2014 - 13:55


Specialists have discovered bugs that are impervious to a banned anti-infection in chickens available to be purchased in major grocery stores and butchers.

Researchers from the School of Biology from the Australian National University took 281 examples from three major stores and a butcher around Canberra.

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