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24 April, 2015 2:30 AM Exercise 'not key to obesity fight'

LONDON: Physical activity has little role in tackling obesity - and instead public health messages should squarely focus on unhealthy eating, doctors say. In an editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, three international experts said it was time to "bust the myth" about exercise. They said while activity was a key part of staving off diseases 22

24 April, 2015 1:17 AM EXERCISE or DIET: Which will help you lose weight?

LONDON - Exercise plays a much lesser role in weight loss than healthy eating, say doctors. In an editorial in the British Journal Of Sports Medicine, three international experts said it was time to "bust the myth" about exercise, a BBC report said. While physical activity was a key part of staving off diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and dementia 22

23 April, 2015 3:21 PM High fructose corn syrup, sugary drinks linked to risk of heart disease

Researchers at the University of Davis have directly linked the syrup in soft drinks to higher rates of heart disease in consumers. As of now, it is fairly common knowledge that sugary soft drinks are bad for your health, and a new study has revealed yet another problem caused by soda consumption: heart disease. This new study, for the first time, has directly 22

23 April, 2015 2:37 PM Sony commits to A-mount SLT cameras with two new Zeiss lenses

Enhanced Zeiss 24-70mm and 16-35mm lenses boost Sony A77 II and A99 lens choice Sony's lens range is actually very extensive. The main shot, above, shows all the current E-mount and A-mount lenses together, but the E-mount optics are for Sony's compact system cameras, while the A-mount lenses are for its SLT (single lens translucent) cameras, including 26

23 April, 2015 1:15 PM Trading crude oil? Use seasonality to your advantage

Seasonality often plays a part in determining prices for commodities in regular cycles throughout the year. Normal increases and decreases in supply and demand for particular commodities seem to occur every year in fairly consistent patterns. By definition, a seasonal price tendency is the propensity for a given market to move in a given direction at certain 27

23 April, 2015 1:12 PM The coming problem of our iPhones being more intelligent than us

Ray Kurzweil made a startling prediction in 1999 that appears to be coming true: that by 2023 a $1,000 laptop would have the computing power and storage capacity of a human brain. He also predicted that Moore’s Law, which postulates that the processing capability of a computer doubles every 18 months, would apply for 60 years — until 2025 — giving way then to new paradigms 18

23 April, 2015 11:55 AM Ants 'speed up' when to accommodate larger crowd

Washington: Ants increase their speed in order to accommodate more ants following their way. In a new study, when the researchers at the University of Halle-Wittenberg in Germany increased the supply of food by leaving food next to the trail, ants accelerated their speed by 50 percent. This was despite more than double the density of traffic. The number 17

23 April, 2015 7:24 AM OnePlus celebrates first anniversary, offers slew of discounts

Also, the company has decided to decrease the price of their smartphone by Rs 1, which means that you can take home the OnePLus One 64GB (Sandstone Black) variant for Rs 21,998 and for Rs 18,998 you can get the 16GB (Silk White) model. Why Rs 1 as discount, well we think that it is company's way of letting people know that they are working on wafer thin margins 13

23 April, 2015 4:55 AM High fructose Corn Syrup Increases Risk Of Heart Disease: Study

According to a new study, high fructose corn syrup increases the risk of heart disease, CBS News reported. The study will be published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. According to a new study, high fructose corn syrup increases the risk of heart disease, CBS News reported. The study will be published in the American Journal of Clinical 22

23 April, 2015 4:55 AM Sweetened drinks heighten risk factors for heart disease

Washington: Love sugary drinks? You might want to cut the consumption as new study shows beverages sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup drastically increases risk factors for heart disease. The study by University of California, which is the first to demonstrate a direct, dose-dependent relationship between the amount of added sugar consumed in sweetened 18