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Dormant malaria parasites in RBC may be behind treatment failure
University of South Florida researchers have for the first time found that the earliest form of malaria parasites can lay dormant in red blood cells and "wake up," or recover, following treatment with the antimalarial drug artesunate. ANI

Cannabis use causes 'cognitive chaos' in the brain like in schizophrenia
A new study by neuroscientists at the University of Bristol has found that cannabis use causes 'cognitive chaos' in the brain indicative of those seen in schizophrenia. ANI

Indian origin scientist's device could make pinpricks history for diabetics
Two scientists including an Indian-origin have developed a new smaller spectrograph that could let diabetics monitor blood sugar levels without piercing fingers several times daily. ANI

Extreme melting on Greenland ice sheet can occur without record heat
The Greenland ice sheet can experience extreme melting even when temperatures don't hit record highs, a US researcher says. ANI

Soon, hormone-inspired pill to make our brains think we're full
We can trick ourselves into believing we are full even as our stomachs remain empty with the help of just two gut hormones, a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher has suggested. ANI

Soon, simple blood test to identify smokers at high risk for heart disease
A simple blood test could someday be used to measure a smoker's lung toxicity and danger of heart disease, a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher ANI

Google reports 70 percent spike in police brutality 'video takedown' requests by US govt.
Google received a huge number of demands from a US law enforcement agency to remove YouTube videos allegedly showing police brutality, the search giant has revealed. ANI

Centuries-old German society's secret document 'Copiale Cipher' cracked
More than three centuries after it was devised, the 75,000-character "Copiale Cipher" has finally been broken. ANI

Centuries-old secret German society's document 'Copiale Cipher' cracked
More than three centuries after it was devised, the 75,000-character "Copiale Cipher" has finally been broken. ANI

Jobs created 'iconic' iPad 'after being irritated' over dinner with Microsoft employee
Apple's visionary co-founder Steve Jobs got the idea of creating the iconic iPad after he felt irritated over a dinner with a Microsoft employee who boasted that they had a revolutionary tablet in production. ANI

iPod godfather makes thermostats hip and intuitive
Tony Fadell, known as the "godfather" of the iPod, has revealed his efforts to bring the home thermostat into the digital age. ANI

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