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Around 88 percent of ocean surfaces damaged by plastic: Study

Jul 01, 2014

Around 88 percent of ocean surfaces damaged by plastic: Study

As much as 88 per cent of the open ocean's surface contains plastic debris, raising concern about the effect on marine life and the food chain. #Life #US #Environment #NewsTracker #Washington #Study #Pollution #ocean #Water pollution #plastic #ocean surface #ocean pollution #National Academy of Sciences
Harsh Vardhan is wrong, Indian schools need sex education classes

Jun 29, 2014

Harsh Vardhan is wrong, Indian schools need sex education classes

What does sex education actually entail? What are the resources that a school has that cannot be offered informally? #Life #India #Sex #TheLongView #Education #Sex education #children #Schools #Harsh Vardhan #Union Health Minister #National Study on Child Abuse
Lonely people more likely to share personal information on Facebook

May 28, 2014

Lonely people more likely to share personal information on Facebook

Lonely people are more likely to disclose sensitive personal information on Facebook, says a new study. #social media #facebook #Life #Study #human-behaviour
Willing to make joint efforts with new Indian govt: China

May 16, 2014

Willing to make joint efforts with new Indian govt: China

As the Narendra Modi-led BJP won a decisive mandate in the Lok Sabha elections, China today said it is willing to work with the new Indian government #India #China #Gujarat #BJP #Narendra Modi #Chinese Foreign Ministry #Hua Chunying #Lok Sabha Election 2014 #Centre for South Asian Studies #China Institute of Contemporary international relations
Mobile data could help in malaria eradication, says study

May 15, 2014

Mobile data could help in malaria eradication, says study

A study revealed that mobile phone data, which helps ascertaining people's movement, could be the key to designing an effective malaria eradication programme. #NewsTracker #Health #mobile phones #Study #malaria #Mosquito

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Mobile data could help in malaria eradication, says study

Jul 31, 2014

The Changes In How Americans Pay For College

Americans are changing the way they are paying for college, but the middle class is still having difficulty getting financial aid, according to a recent study from Sallie Mae on the changing ways Americans are paying for college...
Mobile data could help in malaria eradication, says study

Jul 31, 2014

Gluten-free diet may do more harm than good: study

The term "gluten-free" may lead some consumers to think they are getting an overall healthier option, according to new research conducted by nutrition experts at the University of Florida...
Mobile data could help in malaria eradication, says study

Jul 31, 2014

Families borrowing less for college, report finds

Americans are borrowing less for college, and instead relying more on savings and income, a study from a student lender found...