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Kanishk Singh, co-founder and editor-in-chief at TeCake.com, has forayed in the healthcare for over two years, he enjoys his stint as an editor of several local health magazines. Kanishk has a fair understanding of the complex profile of the Indian healthcare scenario and enjoys his work in this direction. Contact: editor[at]tecake.com
government assures of finding last culprit on black money probe

Jaitley assures of hunting down black money offenders

After facing heavy criticism on black money probe for not revealing names of HSBC account holders, government today said it will not leave any offenders and hunt down every person who is found guilty....
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Loose cigarette sale might get banned in India

With an aim of reducing the tobacco consumption in India, health ministry has proposed to ban the sale of loose cigarettes country wide, also it pointed on raising the minimum legal age of selling...
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People with permanent stress are more likely to develop Schizophrenia

People suffering from permanent stress are more likely to develop schizophrenia, a new study by Astrid Friebe from Ruhr University Bochum in Germany suggests. According to Friebe,  permanent stress can cause changes in the...
mBilingual people are better protected against stroke, finds study

Researchers discover a gene that reduces stroke risk

A researcher led by Indian origin scientist has discovered a gene that reduces the risk of stroke in adults. A gene called PHACTR1 was found responsible for the reduced risk of suffering cervical artery...
Apple CEO Tim Cook is Gay by Birth not by Choice

Study: Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook is Gay by birth, not by choice

Recently, Apple Inc. CEO, Tim Cook, openly accepted of being gay. In fact, he was proud of his different lifestyle. A new study has revealed astonishing facts; Tim Cook is a born gay. Choosing homosexuality...
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People are GAY by birth, gene responsible for homosexuality found!

Till today we all believed that the surrounding situations in life makes people gay, a lifestyle by choice. However, a new study suggests that people are gay by birth rather than just a choice...
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Most of the heavy alcohol drinkers aren’t alcoholic: says study

Against the age-old belief, most of the heavy drinkers are not alcoholic, says a new study by National Survey on Drug Use and Health.  The study found that only 10 percent of the heavy...

Finally Police arrests Rampal from his fortified Satlok Ashram

Finally after a long wait, Haryana Police arrested self-styled godman Rampal on Wednesday evening from his fortified Satlok Ashram, spread in an area of 12 acres, near Barwala in Haryana. The arrest has taken...

High salt intake can damage kidney

Beware!  Those who consume too much salt in their food. Consuming high quantity of salt in one’s diet increases the risk of contracting kidney problems, according to a new research. The study found that...
Researcher solves the mystery of ‘The Great Red Spot’ on Jupiter,

Researcher solves the mystery of ‘The Great Red Spot’ on Jupiter

The Great Red Spot on Jupiter has always raised the eyebrows of researchers since Giovanni Cassini discovered it in 1965. Since then, scientists have tried to solve the mystery of its red colour, but...
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Wireless Phone can cause brain cancer

Cell Phone addict beware, prolonged usage of wireless cell phone could lead to brain cancer, according to a new study by the researchers of University Hospital in Orebro in Sweden. People who have used...
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Coffee may prevent against Obesity

Consuming coffee regularly might prevent weight gain and also increase resistance towards obesity-related diseases, says a new study led Yongjie Ma from the University of Georgia. Researchers conducted a study over mice and found...
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Drinking Coffee can reduce risk of Type 2 Diabetes

In a new study, scientists revealed that regularly consuming decaffeinated coffee might decrease the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. According to the research, filtered and decaffeinated coffee exhibits a greater protective effect than...

Ankylosaur used nose to modify Breathed Air Temperature

In a new study, paleontologist revealed that Armour–plated dinosaur had an exceptional capability to change the temperature of the air they breathed with the help of their long, winding nasal passages as heat transfer...
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Glass material to boost computing speed

Researchers had a major breakthrough when they used a newly made material of glass to transfer data at a much higher speed between computers. The glass material takes advantage of speed of light to...
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Colorectal Cancer rate rising for people under 50: study

While the overall rate of colorectal cancer is on decline but the lethal disease has shown pronounced increase among young people, according to a new study. “The increasing incidence of CRC among young adults is...
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Anand to take on Calrsen in World Chess Championship

Five times World Chess Champion, Grandmaster Vishwanathan Anand is all set to take on defending champion Magnus Carlsen in the World Chess Championship in Sochi starting from 7 November 2014. 2012 World Champion, Anand...
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Upcoming Australia tour is great opportunity before World Cup: Dhoni

While being confident on defending the upcoming World Cup, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni believes that the upcoming Australia tour just before the World Cup would be a great opportunity to polish skills and adjust...
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Alcohol addiction treatment may trigger insomnia: study

People undergoing alcohol addiction treatment may suffer from persistent and prevalent insomnia, according to a new study published in Journal of Addiction Medicine, the official journal of the American Society of Addiction Medicine.  The...
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Indian origin scientist wins gold in “Dance Your Ph.D.” contest

An Indian origin scientist won gold in the 2014 “Dance Your Ph.D.” contest for the mind-blowing dance performance to explain her research on tornadoes.  Research was done by Uma Nagendra at the University of...
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World’s first dengue vaccine likely by 2015: Sanofi

Researchers had a major breakthrough when they announced world’s first vaccine against Dengue. Sanofi Pasteur, the French drug maker Sanofi’s vaccine unit, has registered a request for approval of its vaccine candidate against the...

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