Potent antibodies against HIV found

Previous studies have shown that the immune system can produce antibodies capable of “neutralising” HIV, and stopping the AIDS-causing virus dead in its tracks. However, only less than a third of human bodies can produce “broadly neutralising” antibodies in response to the HIV infection. Further, it also takes a year or more before the production gets into full swing. Researchers […]

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Heartbeat fluctuation may affect your wisdom

The fluctuations of your heartbeat may affect your wisdom, according to a new study which suggests that heart rate variation and thinking process work together to enable wise reasoning about complex social issues. Researchers from University of Waterloo in Canada and Australian Catholic University identified conditions under which psychophysiology impacts wise judgement. “Our research shows that wise reasoning is not […]

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Common painkiller make us overlook mistakes

You may want to rethink popping that pill for pain as a new study has suggested that a popular over-the-counter painkiller may hinder the brain’s error-detection process. The University of Toronto research, authored by a team including postdoctoral fellow Dan Randles and researchers from the University of British Columbia, is the first neurological study to look at how the painkiller […]

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Who is the most beautiful Indian woman who is not a celebrity?

Who says celebrities are beautiful? They might be attractive,but beauty can nowhere be compared to the level of attractiveness. So who is beautiful? 1.Your Mother Your Mother is beautiful because she raised a beautiful soul like you.She is beautiful because she was the one who spent endless nights just to ensure you slept well.She is beautiful because seeing you happy […]

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