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Johns Hopkins research team explores link between pancreatic cancer and multiple genetic variation

Johns Hopkins research team explores link between pancreatic cancer and multiple genetic variation

Chocolate Intake linked to Low Risk of Heart Disease

Chocolate Intake linked to Low Risk of Heart DiseaseAccording to a new study, people who eat up to 100g of chocolate every day are less likely to suffer from heart diseases than those who don't. Published in the journal Heart, the study showed that the risk of heart disease and stoke was 11% lower and 25% lower, respectively, in those who ate chocolate than those who avoided it.

Marijuana laws didn’t increase use in teens: Study

Lava Tubes May Exist on the Moon

Lava Tubes May Exist on the MoonScientists have talked about the possible existence of lava tubes on the moon. The tubes are believed to have enough capacity to hold entire cities. As per the researchers, the volcanic features are an essential target for future human space exploration because there is a possibility that they might give shelter from cosmic radiation, meteorite impacts and temperature extremes.

Ebola Threatening Chimp and Gorilla Population: The Apes Desperately Need Vaccine Too

ebolaA glaring fact that has surfaced in recent times is that Ebola is not only life threatening for humans but is deadly for the chimps and gorillas too. Right now, Ebola is greatest threat that is questioning the survival of chimpanzees and gorillas.

New Study Suggests Banking Industry Culture Breeds Dishonesty among the Employees

New Study Suggests Banking Industry Culture Breeds Dishonesty among the EmployeesA new study shows that the bank employees are prone to display dishonesty as it comes to the matter of discussing their jobs. Thus it can be said that the culture in the banking industry "seems to make [employees] more dishonest."

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