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Double Mastectomy Offers Better Survival For Women With Breast Cancer Caused By BRCA Gene

Double Mastectomy Offers Better Survival For Women With Breast Cancer Caused By BRCA Gene

Breast cancer is a very serious health problem and it is even more critical when caused by a BRCA gene mutation. A new study reveals that women suffering from this particular form of breast cancer have better survival chances with double mastectomy.

By On February 15, 2014 Respond
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Urban Bees Use Plastic To Create Their Hives

Urban Bees Use Plastic To Create Their Hives

Plastic is generally considered adverse to the environment. However, scientists have now found out that bees in urban areas have started using plastic to make their hives more secure and shield them from parasites.

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Researchers Saying Drone Implanted In Brain May Restore Lost Memory

Researchers Saying Drone Implanted In Brain May Restore Lost Memory

It is said that brain is the CPU of every living being things in this world. There are many people in this world who have lost their memories due to an accident or shock. And now, some researchers are saying that drone implanted in brain may restore lost memory.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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A Happy Marriage Leads To A Healthy Heart

A Happy Marriage Leads To A Healthy Heart

There are a number of factors which affect the health of our hearts. Notable among these is stress or unhappiness. A new research now reveals that a happy marriage can actually boost cardiovascular health.

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Why Do Our Fingers Appear Wrinkled When We Keep Them Wet For Few Minutes?

Why Do Our Fingers Appear Wrinkled When We Keep Them Wet For Few Minutes?

Why do our fingers appear wrinkled and old when we keep them wet for a few minutes? The question has intrigued scientists for a long time and a new explanation says that it’s because the keratin on our fingers absorbs water and expands.

By On February 10, 2014 Respond
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Archaeologists Discovered 800,000-year-old Footprints In England

Archaeologists Discovered 800,000-year-old Footprints In England

Now a days with the help of science and technology, researchers, scientists as well as archaeologists often discover many ancient things. But lately, without the help of any kind of science and technology, a group of archaeologists has discovered 800,000-year-old footprints in England.

By On February 9, 2014 Respond
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Uzbekistan Will Start Using Genetic Testing To Find Promising Olympians

Uzbekistan Will Start Using Genetic Testing To Find Promising Olympians

Genetic testing has been used for a number of purposes so far. But in an unprecedented use of the science, Uzbekistan will soon start using genetic testing for finding such future Olympians who are more likely to succeed than others.

By On February 8, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Put Fake Tails On Chickens To Study How Dinosaurs Might Have Moved

Scientists Put Fake Tails On Chickens To Study How Dinosaurs Might Have Moved

Although dinosaurs have perished long ago, many scientists have deep curiosity to know about them. Therefore, they often do many studies. However, lately, a group of scientists attached fake tails at the back of chickens to study how dinosaurs might have moved.

By On February 8, 2014 Respond
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BioTech Experts Sift Through A Child’s DNA, Seeking To Find A Mysterious Disease

BioTech Experts Sift Through A Child’s DNA, Seeking To Find A Mysterious Disease

Until a decade or so ago, DNA sequencing and the science of reading our DNAs, was an alien concept to most. Now that it is becoming increasingly popular, two biotech experts have undertaken a task to read through a child’s DNA and find out what mysterious diseases ails him.

By On February 7, 2014 Respond
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New Device Stops Bleeding From Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

New Device Stops Bleeding From Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

According to statistics from wars, most of the soldiers in modern battlefields die primarily due to excessive bleeding caused by a gunshot. RevMedx is a new startup which has created a new device to address this problem. This device can stop bleeding from gunshot wounds in 15 seconds.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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Human Body Just Needs Better Instructions To Kill Cancer

Human Body Just Needs Better Instructions To Kill Cancer

Cancer harms the body when damaged cells divide uncontrollably to form lumps or masses of tissue. However, when Cancer occurs, the affected people go the hospital or doctor for further treatment. But lately, a study has revealed that human body just needs better instructions to kill cancer instead of going anywhere or to anybody for treatment.

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Researchers Explore The Use Of Brain Waves To Control Music Player

Researchers Explore The Use Of Brain Waves To Control Music Player

Over the past few years, it has been demonstrated that brain waves can be vividly understood and processed by a computer. Building on that, researchers at the University of Malta are now exploring the use of brain waves to control a music player.

By On February 5, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Discovered A Special Leech That Can Survive 24 Hours In Liquid Nitrogen

Researchers Discovered A Special Leech That Can Survive 24 Hours In Liquid Nitrogen

At atmospheric pressure, liquid nitrogen boils at −196 °C (77 K; −321 °F). In liquid nitrogen, it’s impossible for any creature to survive for long time. But, researches have discovered a special Leech that can survive 24 hours while submerged in liquid nitrogen!

By On February 4, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Create Detailed Image Of HIV Infecting Gut Tissues

Scientists Create Detailed Image Of HIV Infecting Gut Tissues

HIV was first identified back in 1980s but scientists are still far from fully understanding it. To get a better notion of how the virus works, a group of scientists have created a detailed image of HIV virus infecting gut tissues.

By On February 4, 2014 Respond
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Study Finds Poor Sleep Accelerate Cancer Spread

Study Finds Poor Sleep Accelerate Cancer Spread

In a recent study about cancer, researchers were able to conclude that a poor night’s sleep affects our immune system. This, in turns, speeds up the growth of cancerous cells and worsens it.

By On January 31, 2014 Respond
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