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Ferring Commits $10 Million to March of Dimes to Expand Research Needed to End Preterm Birth

ferring commits $10 million to march of dimes to expand research needed to end preterm birth
*Business Wire India*Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the March of Dimes Foundation announced today that Ferring has committed $10 million to support the network of March of Dimes Prematurity Research..
Business Wire India

Astronomers create the largest map of the universe!

Astronomers have created the first map of the large-scale structure of the universe based entirely on the positions of quasars. Quasars are the incredibly bright and distant points of light powered by..
DNA

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News video: Light Cigarettes Linked To Rise In Type Of Lung Cancer

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According to a newly published study, "light" cigarettes appear to be largely to blame for an increase in cases and deaths of a type of lung cancer known as adenocarcinoma. Light or low tar cigarettes..
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News video: Why Cotton Duds Send Dozens Of Children To Hospital Each Day

Why Cotton Duds Send Dozens Of Children To Hospital Each Day 00:45

(CNN)The advice from doctors is clear: Don't use cotton swabs to clean your ears. But people continue to use a soft-tipped plastic or paper stick to dig out the wax from their ear canals -- and it's a..
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News video: There's No Such Thing As A Social Smoker

There's No Such Thing As A Social Smoker 00:48

You're not considered a smoker if you occasionally enjoy a good cigar with a drink, right? Well, according to Men's Health magazine, your heart says you are. A new Ohio State University study reports..
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News video: Who Eats Fast Food?

Who Eats Fast Food? 00:43

A new study conducted by Ohio State University found that fast food is eaten just as frequently by middle-income and high-income Americans as it is by lower income individuals. Data from 8,000 people..
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News video: NFL Prospects Tumbled Down Draft Boards for Character Issues

NFL Prospects Tumbled Down Draft Boards for Character Issues 01:21

NFL teams were skittish about taking some draft prospects with character issues, but those players still went early in the draft.
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Mom's financial strain linked to smaller, weaker babies: study

Researchers from Ohio State University in the US, studied about 138 pregnant women who filled out questionnaires to assess financial strain, depressive symptoms, pregnancy- specific distress, perceived..
DNA

Harms of nighttime light exposure may be passed to offsprings

Researchers from Ohio State University in the US exposed adult hamsters of both sexes to either a standard light day/dark night cycle or to dim light at night for nine weeks.
DNA

Some of Greenland's coastal ice may be lost by 2100: study

Researchers at Ohio State University in the US found that melting on the island passed a tipping point 20 years ago.
DNA

Home-cooked meals & ditching TV while eating could cut obesity risk: New study

Researchers from Ohio State University in the US studied about 12,842 survey participants who said that they ate at least one family meal in the week prior to their interview.
DNA

Cooking at home, skipping TV during meals may cut obesity risk

Researchers from Ohio State University in the US studied about 12,842 survey participants who said that they ate at least one family meal in the week prior to their interview.
DNA

Golf-Day's mother has surgery, golfer thanks fans for support

Jason Day's mother, Dening, is resting comfortably following surgery for lung cancer on Friday at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio, the Day family said in a statement.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Xiaomi unveils second manufacturing unit in India

xiaomi unveils second manufacturing unit in india
*New Delhi:* Reaffirming its commitment to 'Make in India' after logging $1 billion in revenue in the country last year, Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi on Monday announced its second manufacturing..
Mid-Day

'What should we do' in lieu of 'What do you want' can improve political climate

"Even this small shift in how we ask questions can have profound effects," said Michael Neblo, lead author of the paper from The Ohio State University.
DNA

Why we 'Facebook stalk' our exes?

New Delhi, Oct 2 (ANI): Social networking makes it easy to monitor the status and activities of a former romantic partner, an often unhealthy use of social media known as interpersonal electronic..
ANI News

Supercomputer used to predict risk of blood clots in heart

Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have discovered a new method to predict people at risk of developing blood clots in the heart, by using a supercomputer to create patient-specific models of..
BGR India

New method to predict blood clot risk in heart patients

The critical factor is the degree to which the mitral jet - a stream of blood shot through the mitral valve - penetrates into the left ventricle of the heart, according to researchers from Johns..
DNA

US: All 6 passengers on plane that crashed into Lake Erie presumed dead

High winds prevented a recovery team on Saturday from searching for the remains of six people presumed to have died when their small plane crashed into Lake Erie shortly after taking off from a..
DNA

Future devices could convert heat into electricity

Researchers from Ohio State University are developing a novel technology that will allow electronic devices to convert heat into electricity.
DNA

Could climate change be the cuase of the deadly avalanche that killed 9 in Tibet?

Climate change may be to blame for the deadly avalanche in Tibet this year which claimed the nine lives, a new study has found. On July 17, more than 70 million tonnes of ice broke off from the Aru..
DNA

'1,000 Russian athletes gained from plan to hide doping'

'1,000 russian athletes gained from plan to hide doping'
*London:* More than 1,000 Russian athletes competing in summer, winter and paralympic sport were involved in or benefited from an institutional conspiracy to conceal positive doping tests, a WADA..
Mid-Day


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