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This is why dieting may not help you to lose weight!

This is why dieting may not help you to lose weight!

Researchers said that human bodies tend to compensate by sparing energy, limiting the number of calories that we burn and hence affect our weight loss regimen.

Researchers find antibody to kill cancer cells

Researchers find antibody to kill cancer cells

The antibody can precisely target regulatory T cells which in turn unleash the immune system to kill cancer cells. 

This new vaccine strategy may prevent HIV infection in monkeys!

This new vaccine strategy may prevent HIV infection in monkeys!

A team of researchers have come up with a new revolutionary vaccine strategy that can prevent HIV infection and the development of AIDS in monkeys.

This new blood test predicts prostate cancer more accurate than PSA

This new blood test predicts prostate cancer more accurate than PSA

Researchers have demonstrated that a new blood test, known as IsoPSA, can detect prostate cancer more accurately than current tests in two crucial measures.

This enzyme tablet may help relief symptoms of gluten intolerance

This enzyme tablet may help relief symptoms of gluten intolerance

Researchers found that taking this enzyme tablet while consuming foods containing gluten also prevents a significant amount of it from entering the small intestine.

Cotton buds may cause minor to severe injury to the ear

Cotton buds may cause minor to severe injury to the ear

Researchers have warned that using cotton buds to clean ears may seem harmless, but they can cause minor to severe injury to the ear.

This new device can generate power from polluted air!

This new device can generate power from polluted air!

Researchers have developed a device which, when exposed to light, can purify air and at the same time generate power as well.

Researchers develop synthetic soft retina offering hope to visually impaired people

Researchers develop synthetic soft retina offering hope to visually impaired people

The researchers believe that the study could lead to development of new, less invasive technologies that more closely resemble human body tissues, helping to treat degenerative eye conditions such as retinitis pigmentosa.

How noise pollution interfere animals`survival in the wild

How noise pollution interfere animals`survival in the wild

According to a report in the journal Science, sounds were recorded at 492 sites meant as havens for biodiversity across the country.

Researchers find earliest relative of Brachiosaurus dinosaur

Researchers find earliest relative of Brachiosaurus dinosaur

Researchers from Imperial College London and their colleagues in Europe discovered the new species, named Vouivria damparisensis, after re-examining an overlooked museum fossil.

Researchers develop paper-based clothes to fight bacterial infections

Researchers develop paper-based clothes to fight bacterial infections

Researchers have invented an inexpensive and effective way to sanitise surfaces.

Researchers develop online support to help people with bipolar disorder

Researchers develop online support to help people with bipolar disorder

Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a lifelong mental health condition with episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs.

Patients with drug-resistant malaria cured by dried leaf tablets

Patients with drug-resistant malaria cured by dried leaf tablets

18 critically ill patients suffering from drug-resistant malaria cured by tablets made from dried leaves of the Artemisia annua plant.

Researchers identify new genetic variants linked to extreme old age

Researchers identify new genetic variants linked to extreme old age

A new study has identified new  rare genetic variants in chromosomes 4 and 7 associated with extreme longevity.

Researchers develop more conductive, tougher material than copper

Researchers develop more conductive, tougher material than copper

Aligned carbon nanotube sheets are suitable for a wide range of application spanning from the micro to the macro-scales, Tawfick noted in the study published in the journal Advanced Engineering Materials. 

New approach may lead to high-power batteries

Researchers from Stanford University in the US developed a mathematical model for designing new materials for storing electricity.

People with poor sleep are more likely to see things negatively: Study

People with poor sleep are more likely to see things negatively: Study

Researchers have found that people with poor sleep may find it harder to see things in a postive light.

Do you know which facial features are most likely to be inherited? Researchers reveals it!

Do you know which facial features are most likely to be inherited? Researchers reveals it!

Researchers have found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye are highly influenced by genetics.

Earliest rock art paintings in southern Africa date back to 5,000 years: Scientists

Earliest rock art paintings in southern Africa date back to 5,000 years: Scientists

Researchers used a novel technique to isolate the paint fragments before dating them, as well as 13 other fragments from rock art sites across southern Africa, including in Lesotho and South Africa.

'Yoga' among top 15 popular words in UK: Study

'Yoga' among top 15 popular words in UK: Study

The need to communicate with a wider-world coupled with a move away from the cosy, close-knit communities of the 90s has dramatically changed the way British people speak over the last two decades