New York Aug 12 People with Type-1 diabetes who use insulin pump therapy face almost 50 percent less risk of dying from cardiovascular disease than those who take insulin by multiple daily injections a new study says.
Washington, June 1 Discussing the use of social media on board to the impact of zero-gravity on their health, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday took time off his busy schedule to have a first-ever 20-minute live webcast with the astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
Washington Oct 20 Humans may be able to regrow their own teeth in the same way as a cichlid fish in Malawi lake according to a new research.
New York, March 4 No, the giant pandas did not get their unique patches to look cute to human eyes. New research suggests that the black and white markings help them hide in snowy habitats and also to communicate.
London Nov 28 Some of the first large organisms on the Earth formed ecosystems that were much more complex than previously thought an analysis of the feeding habits of a 555-million-year-old organism revealed.
Toronto Sep 19 Teenagers who consume energy drinks are much more likely to sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBI) new research suggests.
New York, Feb 16 Sea ice in the Antarctic has shrunk to its lowest level since records began nearly four decades ago, preliminary US satellite data has shown.
London Oct 11 While hereditary gene mutations have long been known to play a role in familial Parkinsons disease researchers have now identified a new immune regulating gene tied to Parkinsons disease.
New York, Dec 25 Driverless cars can save fuel if they trail each other in large platoons, as they will experience less aerodynamic drag when they drive close together, researchers have found.
New York Dec 10 An imbalanced gender ratio affects views about casual sex for both men and women in ways that people may not consciously realise a new study says.