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NBE to conduct test for medical students from abroad

...ests for any Indian doctor having graduated abroad avid of starting a practice in the country, to ensure a higher standards amongst doctors, the government has made it compulsory from //the 15th of next month official sources said today. The new regulations, which were published in the Indian Gazze...

Violent computer games spur aggression: study

...-powered weaponry and street crime, indicates that avid users become desensitized to shocking acts of aggression. Psychologists found that this brain alteration, in turn, appeared to prime regular users of such games to act more violently. The research, conducted by the University of Missouri-Columbia, ...

Loyola’s Tips On How to Avoid Basketball Injuries During March Madnes

...t // on the television screens turns even the most avid couch potato into a basketball freak, but it is important to prevent injuring oneself even as you enjoy the slam dunk. “Knee injuries can be especially painful and require months of rehabilitation, so it’s best to prevent them in the first place,”...

Child's Interest In Books Determined By Genes

...ecially true in determining if a child would be an avid reader. // “Children don't come into this world a...k hard to make sure that their child turns into an avid reader, but are often disappointed if they fail to evince any interest. “Genes tend to have a very b...

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

...tion is quite popular among the middle-aged and is avid in communities where drinking is not a taboo.13% of the country’s population drink regularly. It is estimated that alcoholism, in our country, is here to stay unless appropriate measures are taken to bring it under control. The majority of the people...

Eating Strawberries may boost memory

...fect, which might prove too much even for the most avid strawberry lovers. Source-Eurekalert GY...

Adrenaline Associated With Adventurers Risk Taking

...erous situations. Maybe that is the reason why the avid sports risk takers and thrill seekers dare to participate in extreme sports activities, to get that adrenaline pumping. SR...

Work-outs, Not So Much of a ‘pain’ With Caffeie

...ram.' During the study, nine lady students, not avid caffeine consumers or fitness buffs, were subjected with two different treatments, to gauge the effects of caffeine on muscle soreness after a heavy work-out. Some women received caffeine tablets corresponding to two cups of coffee, while some women ...

Born into the Idiot Box Culture

American infants are avid television viewers, so much so that almost one in five babies rooms sport a television set. A parallel study also found that 40 percent of babies are sworn friends with the television by the age of 3 months and 90 percent by age 2. According to a ...

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