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Opposition asks to levy ban on use of tanning beds by youngsters

Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:28

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The Opposition party at Saskatchewan says that it is only right to ban young people from using tanning beds owing to the high risk of skin cancer.

The NDP highlighted that there is enough medical proof that there is high risk of skin cancer by the use of tanning beds and the most susceptible are the younger lot.

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Study finds people who claim to see Jesus on their toast are normal

Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:22

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Several hundred people have reported having seen the image of Jesus or Virgin Mary burnt on their daily toast or in the shape of their potatoes. However most think of such people as overreacting or simply behaving crazy but a recent study found that such a phenomenon is completely normal.

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Humans can recognise just two faces in a crowd :Study

Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:15

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A new study has found that even if there are famous people in a crowd a human can recognise just two faces at a given time. The study to understand the human ability to recognise faces was done by setting up experiments by Volker Thoma of the University of East London in the UK.

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Low testosterone levels increase risk of prostate cancer reclassification

Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:03

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As per a research published online on May 4 in BJU International men who are constantly being monitored for prostate cancer and have serious drop in the levels of testosterone may be at increased risk for reclassification of the disease.

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Study: two in five Toronto kids under four never visited a dentist

Tue, 05/06/2014 - 11:05

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As per the findings of a new study 39 percent children in Toronto under the age of four years have never been to a dentist.

A study published by Dr. Jonathon Maguire in the medical journal Pediatrics shows that two out of five kids never got any dental care and the ones who had most chances of developing cavities were least likely to visit a dentist.

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Young blood transfusion in old people can make their brains behave like young brains

Tue, 05/06/2014 - 10:59

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Scientists made three different discoveries in mice which if applied in humans can make the brains of old people behave like that of young people which is a major breakthrough and if successful then just a simple blood transfusion can lead to all solutions to aging brains.

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Van Gaal asks Man U fans to keep faith after opening PL fixture home loss

Van-GaalLondon, Aug 23 : Manchester United football team new manager Louis van Gaal has asked the club's fans to keep faith with him after his Premier League debut ended in defeat to Swansea City.  Read more »

Daniel Sturridge in search of 'ambitious lady with inner beauty'

Daniel-SturridgeLondon, Aug 23 : Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge recently took to Twitter to announce that he was looking for love, particularly an " ambitious lady with inner beauty."  Read more »

Ex-NZ skipper Vettori to play for Northern Districts at CL T20 tournament in India

Former New Zealand captain Daniel VettoriJohannesburg, Aug 23 - Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori will play for domestic side Northern Districts province in next month's Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament in India.  Read more »

Misbah says Pak-Lanka ODI series 'good chance to assess themselves' for WC

Misbah-ul-HaqKarachi, Aug 23 - With Pakistan and Sri Lanka heading into a three-match ODI series on Saturday, the tourists skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has said that this is a good chance to assess themselves since the World Cup is not too far away.  Read more »

Merc boss says Hamilton-Rosberg needed 'caressing, hard words' to soothe frayed nerves

Toto-WolffLondon, AUG 23 : Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said that their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg needed a bit of 'mediating, management, caressing and hard words' to calm the situation between the teammates and rivals in recent weeks.  Read more »

Rosberg says 'learned' from Hamilton team order controversy in Hungary

Nico-RosbergLondon, Aug 22 : Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has said that he has learned from the controversy over team orders with his teammate Lewis Hamilton in the last race at Hungary.  Read more »