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Gene for Schizophrenia identified
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were injected with the viral vector, which had the ability to delete NR1 gene, which is responsible for learning and memory. After deletion the mice were unable to care out similar wok. The findings of the research were published in The Journal of ...
Bird Flu Spreads To Sudan & China Reports Of Another Case
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were looking into the outbreak. The spokeswoman for WHO, Maria Cheng said that as there is not many details as to what tests were conducted they are planning to have the samples sent abroad for further tests. Meanwhile, the WHO also announced that C...
Research Shows That Money May Not Harbour Many Pathogenic Bacteria
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found that credit cards had the same levels of bacteria as hard currency. Their research was being conducted as a part of an international study that is expected to prove that the polymer notes that are used in some parts of the world were far less p...
Loud MP3 Music Can Damage Hearing
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went to noisy bars, pubs or nightclubs regularly. But the surprising finding was that almost 40 percent were unaware that listening to loud music on a personal music player could hurt their hearing. Noise levels exceeding 105 decibels are thought t...
Study Finds That Food Wrappers Could Be A Source For Health Risks
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had found that one-third of packaging tested was contaminated with latex, which in some cases transferred to the food. They further reported that in a certain brand of chocolate biscuit, the amount was 20 times more than the necessary minimum that co...
Study finds Babies In America Getting Fatter
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classified children as overweight or at the risk of becoming so on the basis of reference data and growth charts from the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. Stephanie Atkinson, a paediatrics research scientist from the McMaster Universit...