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China debt surge seen weakening defence against financial crisis 22.11.2017 Latest News
'The rapid growth and high level of China's debt have already placed them in the danger zone for a financial crisis' said the economists.
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New treatment for leukemia 21.11.2017 HBL: Home
Scientists at Stanford University have identified a molecule that can be targeted to cure leukemia, the most common form of cancer in childhood. The therapy is similar to but distinct from CD19-tar...
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J&J multiple myeloma drug succeeds in first-line combination study 21.11.2017 Sify Finance
By Bill Berkrot
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New potential treatment found for leukemia cancer cells: Study 21.11.2017 DNA: Health
Stanford scientists have identified a molecule that can be targeted to cure leukemia - the most common form of cancer in childhood.
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HCG organises workshop on robotic surgery 21.11.2017 BusinessLine - News
HCG, which runs a chain of cancer hospitals, has organised a workshop around robotics. Called the Robotics Masterclass in association with Vattikutti Foundation, the workshop brought out technolog...
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Slow pace in old age may indicate heart diseases 21.11.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Are you facing difficulty in taking rapid steps? Beware, it may indicate the risk of chronic heart illness.
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US scientists find new possibility to cure leukemia with CD22 molecule 21.11.2017 News
The group from Stanford University and National Institute of Health found that CD22 can serve as a potent target for the killer cells
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Brain battles docs fight on ground 21.11.2017 Hindu: S & T
Neurologists confront myths on a daily basis. Here, the most common ones and the fact behind the fiction
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50% Indian women are anaemic: Why it persists after 70 yrs of freedom 21.11.2017 Business Standard: News Now
'Low political commitment' is the top reason: Public health nutrition specialist
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CCMB-IIRR tie-up for low GI rice 21.11.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
New variety is considered suitable for those with diabetics
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US STOCKS-Tech stocks help Wall Street higher 21.11.2017 Sify Finance
* Chip stocks get boost from Marvell-Cavium deal
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US STOCKS-Industrials, techs lift Wall St, health stocks limit gains 21.11.2017 Sify Finance
* Chip stocks get boost from Marvell-Cavium deal
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Overweight women advised to undergo mammography more often 20.11.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Overweight women should undergo mammography screen tests more frequently than women with lower BMI, suggests a new study.
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Remembering Novotna: A true winner who was famed for a sporting 'choke' 20.11.2017 Rediff: Sports
Jana Novotna was a true winner but it was the misfortune of the brilliant Czech, who died on Monday aged 49, to always be recalled for one of sport's most famous and heart-rending meltdowns despite her collection of 100 tennis titles.
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When toxic air chokes urban ecosystem 20.11.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
As the winter sets in, Indian cities are grappling with high levels of air pollution. Delhi, a megacity with the worst air quality as per a recent report by World Health Organisation (WHO), has recently adopted an emergency action plan to combat air pollution called the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). It is formulated by a Supreme Court-mandated panel and suggests a slew of measures to control pollution on severe and very poor air quality days in Delhi and its national capital region (NCR). Bengaluru, which recorded near 46% rise in the level of air pollution this Diwali, aims to become the electrical vehicle capital of India. To this effect, the Karnataka government has announced its Karnataka Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy 2017, which will not only make the state a hub for production of cleaner fuel vehicles, but also bring down air pollution and reduce dependence on the fossil fuels. A recent report by the Indian Institute of Science on the transport sector of Bengaluru has suggested ...
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Factors that Increase and Decrease Risk of Cancer 20.11.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Cancer can be described mostly as out-of-control cell growth causing lumps and tumours except in the case of leukemia.
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NDTV Group CEO K V L Narayan Rao passes away 20.11.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Broadcasting firm NDTV today said that its Group CEO and Executive Vice Chairperson K V L Narayan Rao passed away this morning. Rao (63) was fighting against cancer for last two years. He is su...
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Give your skin right detox post wedding season 20.11.2017 Cinema-Showbiz
Wedding always brings a smile on your face and why not? After all, it also gives you a chance to shop till you drop. But have you ever realised that long hours of makeup, excessive consumption of oily food and sweets and lack of sleep can result in dull, parched skin that is easily acne prone and pigmented. So, this wedding season, be a little smart, say experts.
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From a robotic arm to an app that senses bumpy roads, young minds showcase innovations at the IRIS 20.11.2017 BusinessLine - News
Over 100 students from schools across 17 states in India showcased 70 innovative projects in diverse fields of science at the National Science Fair IRIS (Initiative for Research and Innovation in Sci...
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Roche win boosts case for adding chemo to cancer immunotherapy 20.11.2017 All International Stories
Lung cancer is by far the biggest oncology market and first-line treatment provides access to the most patients
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