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Soon, 3D printed tissues to help heal bone, cartilage

Injuries to these bones can be painful and often stop athletes’ careers in their tracks. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Scientists are developing 3D-printed artificial tissues that may help heal bone and cartilage typically damaged in sports-related injuries. The researchers at Rice University in the US engineered scaffolds that replicate the physical ...

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Artificial intelligence may predict premature death risk: Study

The AI machine learning models used in the new study are known as ‘random forest’ and ‘deep learning’. (Source: File Photo)   Scientists have developed and tested an artificial intelligence (AI)-based computer system to predict the risk of early death due to chronic diseases in a largely middle-aged population. The system ...

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Eating walnuts may help fight breast cancer: Study

Consumption of walnuts has slowed breast cancer growth and reduced the risk of mammary cancer in mice. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Consumption of walnuts may help suppress growth and survival of breast cancer, a study claims. The study, published in the journal Nutrition Research, found that consumption of two ounces of ...

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Yoga poses To improve Your sex life

Yoga benefit your sex life?  Bridge Pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana): This position helps strengthen the pelvic floor. Strengthening these muscles helps reduce pain during sexual intercourse and can even make good things better. Cat Pose (Marjaryasana) : Often performed together, these postures help you loosen the spine and relax. This helps ...

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Virtual reality may help treat autism, Parkinson’s | health

Playing games in virtual reality (VR) may help treat people with neurological disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease, a study claims. The technology, described in the journal Scientific Reports, could help the patients shift their perceptions of time, which their conditions lead them to perceive differently. “The ability ...

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Indians love to have Idli as breakfast | health

Idli is the most ordered breakfast in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai, finds a study by food delivery app Uber Eats. Idli is often eaten for breakfast along with piping hot sambhar and a variety of chutneys. “Idli has been a top breakfast item that consumers love… It appeals to people ...

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5 Things to Stop Doing When You’re Struggling and Feeling Drained

Recently I’ve been spread incredibly thin and, at times, I’ve felt stressed to the max. In addition to being at the tail end of a high-risk pregnancy, with complications, I’ve been working toward various new projects—not just for fulfillment but also because I’ve allowed the business side of running this ...

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‘Avocado Toast’ is now a paint colour

Say goodbye to the hardware store, because now you choose the paint online and have it shipped to your home. (Vincent Tullo/The New York Times) Steven Kurutz Benjamin Moore offers consumers a choice of more than 3,500 paint colours. Sherwin-Williams, a competitor, sells a more limited but still substantial palette ...

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Veggie Surprise | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Related News Dominated by a selection of teas, coffees and coolers, the menu also offers pastas, pizzas, mains, starters, sushi and salads I have a beef with restaurants that are strictly vegetarian. That they impose what should be a lifestyle choice feels unfair. All of us want to be able ...

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Tried and True | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Interiors of the restaurant It’s been more than a decade since the trend was started by high-end standalone restaurants such as Olive Bar and Kitchen, of a salad-bowl menu, featuring dishes from across Europe and the Middle-East, with maybe a few Indian twists thrown in. It filtered down to mid-range ...

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