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Bringing back dead alive: Scientists revive pig brains four hours after it was slaughtered

CALIFORNIA April 18: US scientists have partially revived pig brains four hours after the animals were slaughtered.

The findings could fuel debate about the barrier between life and death, and provide a new way of researching diseases like Alzheimer’s. Continue reading “Bringing back dead alive: Scientists revive pig brains four hours after it was slaughtered”

Vitamin C doses may shorten ICU stay: Study

London April 3: Administering vitamin C to patients in intensive care unit (ICU) can help shorten their stay, scientists say.

The researchers from University of Sydney in Australia and University of Helsinki in Finland, carried out a systematic review of vitamin C for ICU patients. Continue reading “Vitamin C doses may shorten ICU stay: Study”

Green tea beneficial for more than just obesity: Study

NEW YORK March 21: Green Tea has once again been found as the Hail Mary for not just obesity but various other inflammatory biomarkers linked with poor health, finds a recent study. Continue reading “Green tea beneficial for more than just obesity: Study”

Dieting incurs bad behaviours

NEW YORK March 9: Dieting is more than just a fad among a lot of girls today. They are ready to go to any lengths to get a perfect body.  Sometimes this fantasy for great body could lead to compromising behaviours. Continue reading “Dieting incurs bad behaviours”

Boots Opticians launch free eye tests and glasses for everyone

LONDON March 7: Boots Opticians have just announced they’ll do your eye test – and help you out with finding a decent pair of specs – for free.

The catch? It’s only happening for one day only, on Monday 11th March. Continue reading “Boots Opticians launch free eye tests and glasses for everyone”

RBI to soon put into circulation Rs 100 bank notes in new series

Mumbai Feb 27: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Tuesday said it would shortly put into circulation new-series Rs 100 denomination bank notes bearing the signature of its Governor Shaktikanta Das. Continue reading “RBI to soon put into circulation Rs 100 bank notes in new series”

Church of England spiritual leader to lead five days of prayers after Brexit

LONDON Feb 25: The spiritual leader of the Church of England may lead five days of prayer with other Churches after Britain’s March 29 exit from the European Union in an attempt to ease Brexit divisions, The Sunday Times reported. Continue reading “Church of England spiritual leader to lead five days of prayers after Brexit”

Kerala Tourism launches three-minute film showcasing state’s spectacular assets (VIDEO)

New Delhi Feb 21: Kerala Tourism has launched a three-minute film showcasing the state’s spectacular assets serene backwaters, tranquil beaches, traditional houseboats, exotic wildlife, relaxing hill stations and Theyyam artistes to woo foreign tourists to its shores. Continue reading “Kerala Tourism launches three-minute film showcasing state’s spectacular assets (VIDEO)”

Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death

LONDON Feb 13: Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death, a study claims.

Scientists in France who studied a large population of more than 44,500 men and women aged 45 and older uncovered a strong link between eating badly and dying. Continue reading “Eating chicken nuggets and instant soups could contribute to an early death”

Renu Raj is powerful with her words and runs!

IDUKKI Feb 11: Not only in her stands, Devikulam sub-collector Dr. Renu Raj IAS is powerful in athleticism as well. Renu Raj IAS became first in the third Munnar Marathon’s ‘Run with fun’ category. Continue reading “Renu Raj is powerful with her words and runs!”