Too much exercise may be bad for your heart

Toronto, Feb 25 (IANS) Just as most therapies have a dose-response relationship whereby benefits diminish at high doses and the risk of adverse events increases, high level of intense exercise may also be bad for the heart, suggests a new study.The researchers reviewed studies that looked into the relationship betwe...
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Nature-inspired system to pull water from thin air

​Washington, Feb 25 (IANS) Inspired by a desert beetle, cactus and pitcher plant, researchers from Harvard University have designed a new material to collect water droplets from thin air that can one day help fill the drying reservoirs on our planet.The team from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering a...
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World's 33 major deltas are shrinking: Study

​New York, Feb 24 (IANS) The world's 33 major deltas are sinking and the vast majority of those have experienced flooding in recent years, primarily as a result of human activity, says a new study.Some 500 million people live on river deltas around the world, a number that continues to climb as the population increases,...
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Now, anyone can go 'live' on Facebook

​California, April 6 (IANS) Social media giant Facebook on Wednesday launched 'Facebook Live' -- a feature that enables users to interact with their friends and users real-time through live videos. ...
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