In a recent study it was established that awareness about Gluten may prove to be risky for school students. Therefore the school authorities were asked to keep a silence over the matter.
But the University of Georgia is found emphasizing on gluten-free students. They are trying to accommodate only those students who are gluten-free.
Engineers from Stanford University have developed such a heart monitor which is thinner than a dollar bill and similar and not wider than a postage stamp. This flexible wearable monitor seems to be like skin which has to be worn on the wrist under an adhesive bandage.
Anglers find the fish eating birds are a mixed blessing. They indicate that whether the fish are while on the other they scare of the fish baby by deliberately hunting them leaving the fisherman curse from the bank of the river.
One of the most commonly found fish-eating birds is the little pied cormorant, which is usually confused by the little black cormorant or shag.
A new technology has been developed by the researchers from school of physics in University of Glasgow through which you can get sophisticated 3D images without using a conventional digital camera. The system that has been developed by the researchers uses only one pixel to sense light rather than using millions of pixels that are used in digital cameras.
Presently, in a club if any player is found to test positive for drug usage then only club doctors are informed about the same. But according to the AFL, a slight change needs to be bought for introducing a strict rule. It says after giving a final warning to an obstinate player if he is still found indulging in illicit drugs then the club chief executive will be told about the matter.
There are numerous women who carry the gene that pretty much predisposes to cancer. To prevent them from the development of cancer later in life, the preventive double mastectomy treatment is there. But what surprises here is the fact that women who undergo this treatment are considered weak and irrational. Why?
According to a UK study, retirement may provide an initial sense of relief and well being but over a longer period of time it is not good for health and increases the chances of developing depression and at least one physical illness. The study, titled `Work Longer, Live Healthier', was conducted by the institute of Economic Affairs.
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