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Kidney and Heart disease treatment : Anti-aging hormone may be...

In a study published in the journal 'Diabetologia', researchers tell us how Klotho,anti-aging hormone, has a significant role in the development of kidney disease, which is often detected in patients with diabetes.The researchers at the King's College London ... Prokerala, 1 week ago

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Young pioneer of anti-ageing treatment wins DMA award

Dr Bhardwaj is currently conducting research on vaccines for skin allergy cases which are rising due to increasing pollution in Delhi.
 DNA1 month ago

New Anti-Ageing Serum a Few Years Away, but may be Unsafe for Elderly People

Removing senescent cells may bring us one step closer to the "fountain of youth", observed researchers.
 Med India1 month ago

'Stem cells from fat may have use in anti-ageing treatments'

Stem cells collected from human fat may have the potential for use in anti-ageing treatments, as they are more stable than fibroblasts from the skin, scientists have found. Researchers developed a new model to study chronological ageing of fat cells.
 Business Standard5 days ago

New compound may slow down ageing: study

Scientists have developed a synthetic compound that slows down ageing in mice, raising hopes for an anti-ageing drug in two to three years. Researchers from Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia and Stockholm University in Sweden investigated the role ...
 Business Standard6 days ago Cutting down on calories can slow ageing: Study  Prokerala1 week ago
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Eating fruits, veggies, fish may reduce bone loss in women

Ladies, take note! Regular intake of anti-inflammatory diets - high in vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains - may boost your bone health and prevent fractures, a first-of-its-kind study has claimed. Researchers at Ohio State University in the US compared levels of inflammatory elements in the diet to bone mineral density and fractures and found new associations between food and bone health. Women with the least-inflammatory diets lost less bone density during the six-year follow-up period ...
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5 Digital Marketing Predictions For 2017; And 2 Anti-Predictions Which We Regret This Year!

Definition of Prediction: An event or action predicted, a forecast of future events Definition of Anti-Prediction: A predicted event which doesn’t happen the way it was predicted. 2016 would be a remembered as a special year, especially in India.
 Trak.in1 month ago

Tobacco exposure ups behavioural issues, dropout rates in children

Children exposed to tobacco smoke in early childhood adopt anti-social behaviour, engage in proactive and reactive aggression, and face conduct problems at school, even drop out at age 12, a research has showed.Exposure to tobacco smoke is toxic to the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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DMK in driver's seat, but not ready to drive

If either faction of the AIADMK failed to muster a floor majority, then the governor would be called upon to ask MK Stalin as the leader of the opposition if he would like to try his hand at government formation. Indications are that the DMK would not fall for any such situation straightaway. However, internal discussions and debates could be triggered by what is happening outside than inside, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: A file photograph of DMK chief M Karunanidhi with his son and party ...
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Inside the ISI

Hein Kiessling has the kind of access in Pakistan that journalists (and spies) would die for, says Kanika Datta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com If you didn't know Hein Kiessling had written a book about Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency, you would have mistaken him for a benevolent university professor of, perhaps, classical languages. He says, however, that he has no head for foreign languages. He learnt a little Bahasa, he offers, having done his PhD thesis on the ...
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