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4 Ways to expand your friends circle

It's really tough to stay alone and lacking good companions is damaging your health and it is equal to smoking about 15 cigarettes a day. Friends and mates lower your stress levels and tension, and....

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Warm bottled water may be bad for your health

A recent study done by scientists from the University of Florida has warned not to drink water from a bottle if it was left somewhere warm for a long time. The study also suggested that when you heat plastic for a long duration of time or when plast...

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Teens with strong working memory better at avoiding early drug experimentation

During the time of adolescence, the experimentations with alcohol and drugs become common. It is very unfortunate that teenagers most often do not see or think about the actions today and it's ill-effects and consequences tomorrow. They also develop...

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How Exercise Keeps Depression at Bay

It is shown and proved by researchers that physical exercise has many advantages and beneficial effects. They have also come to a conclusion that exercise helps shield your brain from stress induced depression.
Practicing or following a daily ...

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Artificial pancreas to control blood sugar levels

For the first time in the history of medical science artificial pancreas will be tested for six months in 240 people with type 1 diabetes at nine sites in the United States and Europe. Researchers will compare this system to current diabetes managem...

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Women have higher risk of injury than men post-drinking

When compared to men, women who consume alcohol more, even after three standard drinks are more likely to undergo more injury. The risk of injury when compared to men, women have higher chances and this includes patients from India.

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MIT neuroscientists develop new computer that matches primate brain

A team of neuroscientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has found that one of the latest generation of computer networks – called “deep neural networks" – matches the primate brain. ‘This improved understanding ...

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