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Study to find whether leptin helps type 1 diabetic patients
To determine whether adding the hormone leptin to standard insulin therapy might help rein in the tumultuous blood-sugar levels of people with type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes, a clinical trial at UT Southwestern Medical Center is being carried out. ANI

Why deaf have 'super vision'
Researchers have found reasons for the enhanced abilities in the remaining senses of deaf people. ANI

Tsunami risk higher than expected in LA, other major cities
A new study has revealed that the risk of destructive tsunamis is in places such as Kingston, Istanbul, and Los Angeles. ANI

Updates from the world of Science and Technology, research findings and scientific reports for October 4, 2010

Meet the woman whose cancer cells helped save millions of lives
An African/American woman who died in 1951, has been hailed as the person who contributed the most to science, after the cancer cells that were removed from her helped saved millions of lives. ANI

British pioneer of In Vitro Fertilization wins Nobel Prize
Britisher Robert Edwards has won the 2010 Nobel Prize in medicine for the development of in-vitro fertilization, a breakthrough that has helped millions of infertile couples to have children. ANI

Interactive video games likely to cause broad range of injuries
While relatively new, interactive gaming devices are gaining popularity, they are likely cause a broad range of injuries, from abrasions and sprains to shoulder, ankle and foot injuries, reveals a study. ANI

Telemedicine may now improve geriatric depression
Researchers have developed a telemedicine-based depression care protocol in home health care in order to curb the high rate of depression among elderly homebound individuals. ANI

Now, a new system to kill tumours from inside
Researchers have managed to deliver a dormant toxin into tumour for anti-cancer therapy and chemically trigger the toxin to de-cloak and attack from within. ANI

Children, males and blacks at high risk of food allergies
A new study has revealed that children, non-Hispanic blacks and males have higher risk for food allergies than other populations. ANI

Why we mimic some language styles
New research reveals that people match each others language styles more during happier periods of their relationship than at other times, and the phenomenon is called language style matching or LSM. ANI

Overprotective parents put their kids at higher risk of food allergies
Over protective parents, who are scared of childhood food allergies, and hence delay the introduction of troublesome foods, could be unwittingly raising their childs risk. ANI

Men reach os after vnal intercourse while women with oral sex
Men are more likely to o*s when sex includes v*nal intercourse and women are more likely to o*s when they engage in a variety of sex acts, a new study has revealed. ANI

Unemployment affects physical and mental health of children
In a new study, researchers have directly linked an increased unemployment rate to child maltreatment one year later. ANI

Scientists discover new DNA repair mechanism
Researchers have discovered a new mechanism that detects and repairs a common form of DNA damage called alkylation. ANI

Unemployment affects physical and mental health of children
In a new study, researchers have directly linked an increased unemployment rate to child maltreatment one year later. ANI

Sundarbans tigers are 'half the weight of other Bengal tigers in South Asia'
A study has found that tigers in the Sundarbans in Bangaldesh are nearly half the weight of other wild Bengal tigers in South Asia. ANI

1,000-year-old Andean tattoos reveal ancient acupuncture techniques
A team of archaeologists has discovered tattoos on a 1,000-year-old Andean woman that reveals the practice of acupuncture. ANI

Putting laptop on lap for long can cause 'toasted skin syndrome'
Resting your laptop on the lap might not be a good thing for your skin, for it might just leave you with a condition called toasted skin syndrome, warned researchers. ANI

750,000 undiscovered species beneath the waves: study
In a decade long first census of marine life, it has been revealed that the worlds oceans are teeming with far greater diversity of life than was previously thought. ANI

New 'stretchy' technique generates 3 times more stem cells than usual
A new technique discovered at the Centenary Institute, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the University of Sydney allows researchers to generate up to three times more stem cells than using current methods alone. ANI

Half of women don't check their brts for cancer
Almost fifty percent of women do not check their br*ts for signs of cancer, claims a new survey. ANI

Romans too recycled glass: study
Apart from being pro at making beautiful vessels, ornaments and plates from glass, Romans were also good at recycling the stuff, just like we do today. ANI

New research could 'protect newborn babies from HIV infection'
A new research at Oregon Health and Science University may have uncovered a new weapon for combating HIV as it is passed from mother to newborn child. ANI

Now, biodegradable tents that perish when the party is over
A tent that would perish naturally after the party fun is over and doesnt take a toll on your pocket, has now become a reality. ANI

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