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Spices and Herbal Tea Help in Losing Weight

...ed people to digest their food better. However the publishers of the journal added: Anyone thinking of fighting the flab with a diet of green tea and curry alone may be disappointed, so don't go cancelling the gym membership just yet....

Journalist Alok Tomar arrested

...ice Alok Kumar. Kumar said Senior India Pvt Ltd, publishers of the magazine, had registered a case against him for transferring the company's money to his account. Without giving further details, the officer said the amount was "in lakhs of rupees". Asked why the anti-terrorism wing of Delhi Police had ma...

Support Claims With Science Not Magic, Beverage Owners Warned

...sented at a conference of the Obesity Society, the publishers of the journal Obesity, the society disputed the study's conclusions, stating "it is improper to state or imply that the results of this study supports any weight loss" claim. No test of Enviga has lasted more than three days and a European study f...

Key Science Web Sites Buried in Information Avalanche

...t sources of scientific expertise. Traditionally publishers have held a central position because of the importance of academic articles, but this is changing with increasing uses of the Internet and Web. The study focuses on how academic researchers in particular interact with the Web on topics including HI...

Final Potter Book Already Out on the Web?

...r Bloomsbury however said that the Rowling and her publishers were confident that the leak was a hoax, and fans will only get their hands on the true version when it hits bookstores on July 21. "Lots of people claim to have copies of the book - but as far as we are concerned the true version has not been leak...

Bashful Men 50% More Likely to Die of Heart Attack or Stroke

...s. Their conclusion, as a spokesman for medical publishers Elsevier, which backed the study, put it, is for men to enjoy life if they want to live longer. "These figures suggest it may be in your best interest to get out to the pub, go dancing or do dinner with your friends. Your life may depend on it!" th...

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