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For decades doctors and pregnant women have relied on amniocentesis - taking a sample of DNA from the amniotic fluid - to diagnose certain disorders in unborn babies, despite the risk of triggering a
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
Moms-to-be, please note - regular use of cell phones during pregnancy could cause behavioural problems in your offspring, says a new study.
An aspirin a day keeps cancer away: Study  (18 December 12:45 am) 
A new research has confirmed that popping a single pill of low dose aspirin daily plays a major role in cancer prevention.
An aspirin a day keeps cancer away: Study  (06 January 11:46 pm) 
A new research has confirmed that popping a single pill of low dose aspirin daily plays a major role in cancer prevention.
An aspirin a day keeps cancer away: Study  (13 December 12:45 am) 
A new research has confirmed that popping a single pill of low dose aspirin daily plays a major role in cancer prevention.
Maintaining that US\' response to climate change is \"disappointing\", Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh today appealed to America to better its emission reduction commitment before it was \"too late\"
British scientists have claimed that cancer could be \"burned up\" with a new technique which uses magnetic pulses to heat tumour cells until they die.
Fish oil limits Brain Damage  (10 November 03:55 pm) 
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center research shows fish oil component given up to 5 hours after stroke limits brain damage.
Sydney may soon be just 2 hours 30 minutes away from New York compared to 21 hours it is now, for Nasa is planning to develop \"hypersonic\" passenger jets that would travel at five times the speed of
Pancreatic cancer grows slowly, taking years and even decades to develop , a finding that offers the chance to catch it early and cure it, researchers have reported.
Tech power too? China supercomp fastest  (29 October 11:45 am) 
A Chinese scientific research center has built the fastest supercomputer ever made, replacing the United States as maker of the swiftest machine, and giving China bragging rights as a technology
Scientists have discovered seven new glow-in-the-dark mushroom species, increasing the number of known luminescent fungi species from 64 to 71.
The discovery of a piece of fossilized amber that came from a plant living more than 300 million years ago, has led scientists to suggest that flowering plants may have started to appear a lot earlier