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Importance of studying history of quakes stressed
The Assam Tribune

Importance of studying history of quakes stressed

GUWAHATI, Jan 21 - Noted earthquake engineering expert Dr Sarada Sarma of the Imperial College, London has laid stress on studying the history of earthquakes for designing earthquake-resistant structures in the earthquake-vulnerable areas.His attention was ... The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago

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Obesity drug may cut diabetes risk by 80 per cent: study

Researchers from the Imperial College London in the UK recruited 2,254 obese adults with prediabetes at 191 research sites in 27 countries worldwide.
 DNA3 weeks ago This drug reduces type 2 diabetes by 80 percent  Business Standard3 weeks ago Poverty may up death risk more than obesity, alcohol: study  Business Standard1 month ago

India continue winning run in T20 Blind WC, beat Australia by 124 runs

Continuing their imperious form in the ongoing T20 World Cup for the Blind, defending champions India registered their sixth win of the event, thrashing Australia by 124 runs at the Rajagiri College Ground on Sunday.Chasing a target of 273, Australia were ...
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Women stay fit! Higher waist-to-hip ratio ups cancer risk by more than fifth

For women, stay fit and maintain a healthy weight, as a study finds a higher waist-to-hip ratios increases the risk of ovarian cancer risk by more than a fifth.According to researchers at the World Cancer Research Fund discovered that even a slight increase ...
 Business Standard1 hour ago

Shrimp ancestor named after Sir David Attenborough

A 430-million-year-old fossil of a shrimp ancestor has been named by scientists in honour of famed British naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Researchers led by University of Leicester in the UK discovered the "exceptionally well preserved" fossil complete ...
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New gene silencer drug could cut cholesterol by half

A new class of gene-silencing drugs may halve cholesterol levels in patients and reduce their risk of heart attacks and stroke, researchers including one of Indian origin have found. The technique, known as RNA interference (RNAi) therapy, essentially ...
 Business Standard5 days ago New 'gene silencer' cholesterol drug can 'switch off' heart disease  Business Standard5 days ago New drug in combo with statins can cut cholesterol  Business Standard5 days ago

Zapping brain with electricity may boost memory: study

Stimulating the brain with electricity may synchronise brain waves and help improve short-term working memory, an advance that could help treat people with traumatic brain injury, stroke or epilepsy, a new study has found. Researchers at Imperial College ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Electrical current may help you recall names, phone numbers!

Do you often forget names of people at a party, telephone numbers, or even a short grocery list?Relax! a team of Briton researchers has revealed, applying a low voltage current can bring different areas of the brain in sync with one another, enabling people ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Doctors missing 'subtle signs' of imminent heart attacks: Study

Heart attack early warning signs are being missed by doctors, according to new research which found that around 16 per cent of people who die from them are admitted to hospital for other reasons in the 28 days prior to their death.The study has been published ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Doctors missing subtle signs of fatal heart attacks: study  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Statins do not prolong lung cancer patient survival: study

Cholesterol-lowering drugs, known as statins, used alongside chemotherapy have no effect on prolonging the survival of lung cancer patients, a new study has found. Contrary to earlier studies claiming that statins played a role in preventing cancer ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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