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COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village

H K Sethi, Secretary General Journalists Federation of India COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village (which lack basic amenities like Health, Education, Food, Infrastructure etc..) Please come forward to contribute your time, funds, cloth etc.  Read More →

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Lab-grown sperm makes healthy offspring By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website (BBC)

Lab-grown sperm makes healthy offspring By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website (BBC)
Sperm have been made in the laboratory and used to father healthy baby mice in a pioneering move that could lead to infertility treatments. The Chinese research took a stem cell, converted it into primitive sperm and fertilised an egg to produce healthy pups. The study,¬†in the Journal Cell Stem Cell, showed they were all healthy and grew up to have offspring of their own. Experts said it was a step... 

Suicides soar among US middle-aged people

Suicides soar among US middle-aged people
People aged 35-64 accounted for nearly two thirds of of US suicides Continue reading the main story Related Stories US military sees suicide surge What is depression? The suicide rate among middle-aged Americans rose 28% in a decade, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has found. Among adults 35-64, white people and American Indians saw the sharpest increases from 1999 to 2010. The... 

Saudi Arabia Sars-like virus ‘kills five’

Saudi Arabia Sars-like virus 'kills five'
The World Health Organisation says it is closely monitoring the novel coronavirus Continue reading the main story Related Stories How threatening is the new coronavirus? Sars affects Hong Kong, 10 years on Sars-like virus death reported in UK Five people in Saudi Arabia have died from a Sars-like virus and two more are seriously ill, officials say. The seven cases were all from al-Ahsa governorate... 

High levels of metal in underground air raise concerns

High levels of metal in underground air raise concerns
Tiny particles are thrown up when wheels run on metal tracksContinue reading the main story Health Check Test promises end to leprosy torment Mentally ill patients kept in chains Tree foods keeping children well fed Does chocolate give you spots? Questions have been raised over the health impact of high levels of tiny airborne metal particles discovered in a European underground train system. Millions... 

Smoking ‘poses bigger risk to women

Smoking 'poses bigger risk to women
By Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online Smoking may pose a bigger health threat to women than men, say researchers. Women who smoke have a higher risk of cancer than men, Norwegian investigators found. They looked at the medical records of 600,000 patients and discovered the bowel cancer risk linked to smoking was twice as high in women than men. Female smokers had a 19% increased risk of... 

‘Smart skin’ hope for touch sensor

'Smart skin' hope for touch sensor
Scientists have made a step forward in their ability to mimic the sense of touch. A team from the US and China made an experimental array that can sense pressure in the same range as the human fingertip. The advance could speed the development of smarter artificial skin capable of “feeling” activity on the surface. The sensors, which are¬†described in Science magazine, could also help... 

Latin America ‘threatened by rising cancer cases’

Latin America 'threatened by rising cancer cases'
Cancer is threatening to overwhelm Latin American countries, experts writing in Lancet Oncology warn. There are far fewer cases of cancer in the region than in the US or Europe – but the proportion who die is far higher, they say. Late diagnosis and poor access to treatment are the main reasons for the disparity, they add. They said as life expectancy increased, cancer would become more common,... 
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