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MRI can help detect bone marrow cancer, says research

Updated : Nov 16, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Life

MRI can help detect bone marrow cancer, says research

In a first, researchers have shown that doctors can effectively identify bone marrow cancer (myelofibrosis) using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) #Technology #Cancer #Study #research #MRI #BodyAndSoul #bone marrow cancer
Humans may have already achieved maximum life expectancy, says international study

Updated : Oct 06, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Life

Humans may have already achieved maximum life expectancy, says international study

According to the researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the US, it may not be possible to extend the human lifespan beyond the ages already attained by the oldest people on record #Life #Study #Human #international #expectancy #Albert Einstein College of Medicine #professor Jan Vijg #Human Mortality Database #125 years #Jeanne Calment #worlds oldest woman
Risky level crossings: Road drivers fail to read train speed correctly, says study

Updated : May 30, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Life

Risky level crossings: Road drivers fail to read train speed correctly, says study

An Australian study shows that Road drivers cannot accurately judge their speed of an approaching train when proceeding through a passive level crossing #Indian Railways #Study #trains #HowThingsWork #unmanned level crossing
Earth may be home to one trillion species, 99.999% of them remain undiscovered: Study

Updated : May 03, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Life

Earth may be home to one trillion species, 99.999% of them remain undiscovered: Study

Earth could contain nearly one trillion species, while 99.999 percent of them remain undiscovered. #Life #Biology #Environment #NewsTracker #science #Earth #Study #Animals #Plants #Shareworthy #Species #microbial data
Cognitive overload: Retweeting may hamper your memory, says study

Updated : Apr 29, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Life

Cognitive overload: Retweeting may hamper your memory, says study

Retweeting creates a "cognitive overload" that interferes with learning and retaining what you have just seen, said a study. #social media #Life #US #Twitter #NewsTracker #Memory #Study #research #Cornell University #Shareworthy
One in four deaths worldwide occur due to environmental factors: WHO

Updated : Mar 15, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

One in four deaths worldwide occur due to environmental factors: WHO

One in four deaths worldwide are due to environmental factors like air, water and soil pollution, as well as unsafe roads and workplace stress, WHO said. #World #Life #Environment #NewsTracker #WHO #Study #Pollution #Margaret Chan #Shareworthy
Social values of migrants shift over a single generation, says new study

Updated : Jan 18, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Social values of migrants shift over a single generation, says new study

Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly over a single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society they have moved into, new research has indicated. #NewsTracker #Europe #Study #Migrants #social values #Britin
How successful was odd-even really? After all, Delhi's PM 2.5 levels rose 15% during trial period

Updated : Jan 18, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

How successful was odd-even really? After all, Delhi's PM 2.5 levels rose 15% during trial period

Air-pollution levels in Delhi rose 15% during the 15-day trial period of the odd-even scheme. #India #Environment #Delhi #CriticalPoint #PM #Study #Pollution #odd-even #odd-even scheme #trial period
Not an alternative to smoking: E-cigarettes may also cause cancer, reveals study

Updated : Dec 29, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Not an alternative to smoking: E-cigarettes may also cause cancer, reveals study

Electronic cigarettes, often marketed as a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes, may damage cells in ways that could lead to cancer. #Life #Medicine #NewsTracker #Health #Cancer #Smoking #Study #Cigarettes #Disease #E-cigarettes #Shareworthy #electronic cigarettes
Elected leaders age more quickly, die younger: Study

Updated : Dec 15, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : Life

Elected leaders age more quickly, die younger: Study

Politicians may achieve a lifelong dream of becoming a prime minister or president, but in doing so may face the Grim Reaper somewhat sooner than the expected. #India #US #NewsTracker #PM #President #Politicians #Study #elected leaders #die young