Home » Tag Archives: benefits

Tag Archives: benefits

Rare Metal Hydrogen Disappears from Harvard Lab or Evaporates?

Microscopic images of the stages in the creation of atomic molecular hydrogen: Transparent molecular hydrogen (left) at about 200 GPa, which is converted into black molecular hydrogen, and finally reflective atomic metallic hydrogen at 495 GPa. Courtesy of Isaac Silvera

Harvard researchers claimed last month that they had managed to create metallic hydrogen that has the capability to superconduct electricity at room temperature without resistance in a process that used ...

Read More »

Nobel Laureate Yunus Opens Ujjivan Bank’s First 5 Branches in Bangalore

Shifting its business focus from microfinance to core banking, Bangalore-based Ujjivan Financial Services opened on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, five branches in Bangalore with Bangladeshi Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus as ...

Read More »

India Finally Joins CERN, 50 Years After Initial TIFR Ties

Almost two years after Pakistan, India too joined CERN as an associate member of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), which houses the world’s largest nuclear and particle physics ...

Read More »

Sex by Older Men Once a Week Doubles Heart Attack Risk: Study

Having sex by older men once a week or more will put them at higher risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems but not for older women, who may ...

Read More »

Bangalore’s Namma Metro Status: Stand-Alone Stations in Jaya Nagar, JP Nagar Await Elusive Connection

Namma Metro

It is ironic but the fully-built Bangalore Metro stations in North-South Corridor by Namma Metro are delayed beyond the schedule as usual. The residents and travellers in these roads have ...

Read More »

Fidgeting or Leg Movement Lessen Heart Attack Risk: Study

Fidgeting or moving legs while in a sitting posture is helpful to heart in a long way, found researchers from the University of Missouri (USA). “Whether it’s binge watching our ...

Read More »

Pomegranate Possesses ‘Miracle Molecule’, Helps Stem Ageing: Study

A molecule in pomegranates when eaten gets transformed by microbes in the gut enabling muscle cells to protect themselves against one of the major causes of ageing, found researchers, perhaps ...

Read More »

Whole Grain is Holy Grail, Increases Lifespan, Says New Study

Any food taken as whole grain is helpful in lowering the risk of death from heart attacks, cancer and other age or stress-related ailments in life, said a new study ...

Read More »

Rosemary Oil Enhances Brain’s Memory Power: Study

Rosemary essential oil and its aroma could help improve memory power of the brain in elderly people, according to a new study by Lauren Bussey of Northumbria University. This finding ...

Read More »

Entire Bangalore Metro’s 42-km Stretch to be Ready by Rajyotsava Day: Minister

Bengaluru development minister KJ George has promised that the entire 42-km Namma Metro network will be opened by November 1, 2016 marking the Rajyotsava Day of Karnataka, with the key ...

Read More »

World Thinnest Micro Lens Discovered, to Revolutionize Nanotech Applications

Australian researchers have created the world’s thinnest lens, thousand times thinner than a human hair, which will revolutionize the nanotechnology frontiners into new smartphones, medical devices and miniature cameras. Led ...

Read More »

Drinking Tea Reduces Heart attack Risk, Says study

Another study has validated that drinking tea is associated with decreased coronary artery progression and a lower incidence of heart attacks or strokes, said a paper presented at the American ...

Read More »

Walnuts, Mediterranean Diet Reduce Weight in Women, Says New Study

In a toast to Mediterranean diet, a study by researchers of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine proves that weight loss programs that provide healthy fats, such ...

Read More »

World Diabetes Day: Most Europeans Not Sure How to Tackle Diabetes, Says study

Despite greater access to health information, new research found that many Europeans were confused about diet and lifestyle changes related to increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, revealed 2015 ...

Read More »

Whale Vomit Auctioned for $16700, Much Higher Than Expected

Owner of whale vomit ambergris found last month on Wales beach by a pet owner was sold out at a whopping price of $16,700 as its use in perfume industry ...

Read More »

Diabetes drug targets alcohol addiction by 40%, says study

Researchers have found that diabetes drug consisting of GLP-1 can also answer the addiction of alcohol as well as obesity, while the de-addiction rate could be 30 to 40 percent. ...

Read More »

An Apple a Day Prompts Kids Keep Other Fruits Away: Study

For over two centuries, apple has grown as a familiar fruit for kids and the saying that “An apple a day keeps doctor away” has become omnipresent in every culture ...

Read More »

Rare Whale Vomit Lump Set for Auction, May Fetch Rs.7.2 Lakh

Sometimes your dog could be your savior but here it is money earner for its owner. When it was out on a walk along the beach with its owner, it ...

Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Launched in India, Priced at Rs 57,900 (Photos)

The South Korean giant has launched its one of the most awaited phone Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ in India, a week after unveiling it elsewhere in the world, which is ...

Read More »

Spinach Curtails Hunger in Everyone, Not Only Men: New Study

Spinach, made famous by Popeye cartooon, is not only good fro strength but also perfect for thos who want to shed extra kilos of weight. Scientists have discovered spinach as a ...

Read More »