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Wearable tool detects anxiety, depression in kids

Wearable tool detects anxiety, depression in kids

Washington: Scientists have developed a wearable tool that can identify anxiety and depression in young children, paving the way for earl...Read More

‘Great Dying’ was not the only mass extinction event

‘Great Dying’ was not the only mass extinction event

New York: Recovery after the world’s worst mass extinction, or “Great Dying” that occurred about 252 million years ago, was slowed by two...Read More

This biomimetic tree can generate electricity

This biomimetic tree can generate electricity

New York: It is true that money does not grow on trees but electricity might someday, as scientists have developed a prototype biomimetic...Read More

You may overcome fear of death by wearing VR

You may overcome fear of death by wearing VR

London: Using virtual reality (VR) devices to create an illusion of out-of-body experience may help people get over the fear of death, a ...Read More

Facebook addiction is connected with genes

Facebook addiction is connected with genes

London: Are you anxious that your kid is hooked to social networking sites or busy playing video games throughout the night? You now have...Read More

Egyptian Queen Nefertari’s mummified remains identified

Egyptian Queen Nefertari’s mummified remains identified

London: A pair of mummified legs has been identified to be the remains of the Queen Nefertari – the favourite wife of the pharaoh Ramses ...Read More

Human ancestor ‘Lucy’ could climb trees: study

Human ancestor ‘Lucy’ could climb trees: study

Washington: The 3.18 million-year-old human ancestor Lucy may have frequently climbed trees and nested in them at night to avoid predator...Read More

Researchers turn smartphone into microbiology tool

Researchers turn smartphone into microbiology tool

New York: Researchers at Stanford University have developed a smartphone microscope that allows kids to play games or make more serious o...Read More

Weak handgrip indicates poor health: study

Weak handgrip indicates poor health: study

London: A handgrip could be used for early detection of health problems that may lead to premature death, say researchers. Handgrip stren...Read More

Twins may live longer than singletons: study

Twins may live longer than singletons: study

Washington: Twins not only have a bestie from birth, they may also live longer than singletons, according to a new study which suggests a...Read More

Women are more compassionate than men on Facebook: study

Women are more compassionate than men on Facebook: study

Melbourne: Women are more compassionate and polite on Facebook, while men use a hostile and impersonal language on the social networking ...Read More

Bacteria in branches naturally fertilise trees: study

Bacteria in branches naturally fertilise trees: study

Washington: Just like humans, trees too harbour bacteria within them that could provide valuable nutrients to help the plant grow, a new ...Read More

Baby’s cry can alter the way parents think: study

Baby’s cry can alter the way parents think: study

Toronto: Parents, take note! A baby’s cry not only commands your attention, it can also rattle your executive functions – the neural and ...Read More

Toothpaste, soap compound may rapidly disrupt gut bacteria

Toothpaste, soap compound may rapidly disrupt gut bacteria

Washington: A common antimicrobial and antifungal agent found in many consumer products ranging from hand soaps to toys and even toothpas...Read More

Your friends have more friends

Your friends have more friends

Washington D.C: If you think you’re pretty popular, then you may want to rethink your life, as according to a new study, you aren’t .

India’s Bene Israel community has Jewish roots: study

India’s Bene Israel community has Jewish roots: study

Jerusalem: Scientists have provided first genetic evidence to confirm the Jewish roots of the unique Bene Israel community living in the ...Read More

Heart cells controlled using a laser

Heart cells controlled using a laser

Moscow: Scientists have found how to control the behaviour of heart muscle cells using laser radiation, an advance that may lead to bette...Read More

Have coffee daily to boost your sex life

Have coffee daily to boost your sex life

New York : Two to three cups of coffee a day can help you rev up your sex life, interesting research has found.

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