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'Eat rice cold for fewer calories'

<b>Scientists say they have found a way to make rice less calorific - boil it with coconut oil and then refrigerate for half a day before eating.</b><p>According to the Sri Lankan researchers, treating rice in this way reduces its calories by up to 60%.<p>They told the American Chemical Society how the method …

Nutrition

How Humans Are Still Evolving To Avoid Extinction

As humans accelerate our impact on the earth and on ourselves, will 50,000 years of self-evolution both destroy and save us?<p>Humans may be approaching …

Let's all move to Mars! The space architects shaping our future

Fifty years from now, says Brent Sherwood, there will be a different kind of honeymoon on offer. “Imagine a hotel with a view that’s changing all the time,” says the Nasa space architect, “where there are 18 sunrises and sunsets every day, where food floats effortlessly into your mouth – and where …

Space

China’s “homowives” are becoming unlikely champions for gay rights

After her marriage was over, just looking at a wedding photo would make Qiu Xuan feel awful. The 29-year-old, a video editor at a communications company in Guangzhou, could tell by the picture that she wasn’t half of a happy couple that day, even though she was the one wearing a white veil.<p>The …

LGBTQI

New test 'helps identify best ovarian cancer treatment'

<b>A new test can help doctors identify ovarian cancer more accurately and cut down on instances of unnecessary surgery, claim scientists.</b><p>It is designed to help diagnose different types and stages of ovarian cancer.<p>The developers, in Belgium and the UK, said many women with cancer were not getting the …

Cancer

'Giant leap' to type 1 diabetes cure

<b>The hunt for a cure for type 1 diabetes has recently taken a "tremendous step forward", scientists have said.</b><p>The disease is caused by the immune system destroying the cells that control blood sugar levels.<p>A team at Harvard University used stem cells to produce hundreds of millions of the cells in …

Type 1 Diabetes

'Artificial retina' could detect sub-atomic particles

<b>The human eye has inspired physicists to create a processor that can analyse sub-atomic particle collisions 400 times faster than currently possible.</b><p>In these collisions, protons - ordinary matter - are smashed together at close to light speeds.<p>These powerful smash-ups could yield new particles and …

Physics

Black Death skeletons unearthed by Crossrail project

<b>Skeletons unearthed in London Crossrail excavations are Black Death victims from the great pandemic of the 14th Century, forensic tests indicate.</b><p>Their teeth contain DNA from the plague bacterium <i>Yersinia pestis</i> and their graves have been dated to 1348-50.<p>Records say thousands of Londoners perished …

Archaeology

Skin cancer: Genetic mutations 'warn of risk'

<b>Scientists say they have taken a step forward in understanding why some people are at greater risk of skin cancer because of their family history.</b><p>A newly identified gene mutation causes some cases of melanoma, a type of skin cancer, says a UK team.<p>The discovery will pave the way for new screening …

Cancer

Self-healing muscle grown in the lab

<b>Scientists have grown living muscle in the lab that not only looks and works like the real thing, but also heals by itself - a significant step in tissue engineering.</b><p>Ultimately, they hope the lab-grown muscle could be used to repair damage in humans.<p>So far trials have tested this out in mice.<p>The …

Duke University

Facial Features Predict IQ In Men: Long Face And Wide-Set Eyes Make Men Look Smart, But Not Women

Most of us will admit we’ve judged a book by its cover, and also people, based on their physical appearance. We also tend to perceive people who wear …

Blood test can predict Alzheimer's, say researchers

<b>A blood test can accurately predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to US researchers.</b><p>They showed that testing levels of 10 fats in the blood could predict - with 90% accuracy - the risk of the disease coming on in the next three years.<p>Their findings, published in Nature Medicine, will …

Dementia

'Love hormone' may treat anorexia

<b>A hormone released during childbirth and sex could be used as a treatment for the eating disorder anorexia nervosa, scientists suggest.</b><p>Small studies by UK and Korean scientists indicated patients were less likely to fixate on food and body image after a dose of oxytocin.<p>About one in every 150 …

Anorexia

HIV protection gel for women 'comes a step closer'

<b>A gel that can be used by women after sex to protect against HIV is a step closer, according to researchers.</b><p>Drugs applied three hours after infection could protect female monkeys from a type of HIV, US scientists said.<p>The findings, published in Science Translational Medicine, could lead to new ways …

Monkeys

30,000-year-old giant virus 'comes back to life'

<b>An ancient virus has "come back to life" after lying dormant for at least 30,000 years, scientists say.</b><p>It was found frozen in a deep layer of the Siberian permafrost, but after it thawed it became infectious once again.<p>The French scientists say the contagion poses no danger to humans or animals, …

Microbiology

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Published on March 4, 2014 in Picture Quotes<p>“Most often we fall in love with the person we think we love, only to discover that for them, we are just …

Oscars 2014 Results: Complete Winners' List

Tinsel town's night of nights ended with some well-deserved wins across the board, culminating in the award for Best Picture.<p>An array of brilliants …

Oscars 2014: Full list of winners

<b>The full list of winners for the 86th Academy Awards held in Los Angeles on 2 March.</b><p>Best picture<p><b>Winner: 12 Years a Slave</b><p>American Hustle<p>Captain Phillips<p>Dallas Buyers Club<p>Gravity<p>Her<p>Nebraska<p>Philomena<p>The Wolf of Wall Street<p>Best director<p><b>Winner: Alfonso Cuaron - Gravity</b><p>Steve McQueen - 12 Years a …

Wall Street

Virtual arm eases phantom limb pain

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Augmented Reality

Three-person baby details announced

<b>How the creation of babies using sperm and eggs from three people will be regulated in the UK has been announced.</b><p>The draft rules will be reviewed as part of a public consultation and could come into force by the end of 2014.<p>Doctors say three-person IVF could eliminate debilitating and potentially …

Cancer: 'Tumour monorail' can lead cancers to their doom

<b>Cancer "monorails" can be used to kill tumours by luring them into toxic pits or areas of the body that are safer to operate on, say US researchers.</b><p>A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology designed nanofibres thinner than a human hair which cancers "choose" to travel down.<p>Animal studies showed …

Cancer

Test 'predicts' teen depression risk

<b>A tool for predicting the risk of clinical depression in teenage boys has been developed by researchers.</b><p>Looking for high levels of the stress hormone cortisol and reports of feeling miserable, lonely or unloved could find those at greatest risk.<p>Researchers at the University of Cambridge want to …

Miscarriage risk 'reduced by lifestyle changes'

<b>More than a quarter of first-time miscarriages could be prevented by making a combination of lifestyle changes, research in Denmark suggests.</b><p>Researchers said lifting more than 20kg (44lbs) each day during pregnancy and being obese or underweight increased the risk of miscarriage.<p>Women beyond their …

Body bacteria: Can your gut bugs make you smarter?

The bacteria in our guts can influence the working of the mind, says Frank Swain. So could they be upgraded to enhance brainpower?<p>I have some startling news: you are not human. At least, by some counts. While you are indeed made up of billions of human cells working in remarkable concert, these are …

Tiny motors controlled inside human cell

<b>For the first time, scientists have placed tiny motors inside living human cells and steered them magnetically.</b><p>The advance represents another step towards molecular machines that can be used, for example, to release drugs into specific locations within the body.<p>There is interest in the approach …

Nanotech

Peanut allergy treatment 'a success'

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/health/1048000/1048287_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1534456296_16e47458f6aa98650e0c69ab18c9f2ef<p><b>Doctors say a potential treatment for peanut allergy has transformed the lives of children taking part in a large clinical trial.</b><p>The 85 children had …

Immunotherapy

Vitamins ‘effective in treating ADHD symptoms’

<b>Vitamins and minerals could be useful for treating ADHD, research suggests.</b><p>Adults with ADHD given supplements for eight weeks had a "modest" improvement in concentration span, hyperactivity, and other symptoms, a small-scale study found.<p>A wide range of nutrients, including vitamin D, iron and …

ADHD

Alcohol linked to skin cancer risk

<b>Scientists believe drinking too much alcohol could set off a chain of reactions in the body that makes the skin more vulnerable to cancer.</b><p>Ethanol is converted to acetaldehyde soon after ingestion and this compound may render the skin more sensitive to harmful UV light, they say.<p>The authors of the …

Cancer