Middle-age riders run higher risk of dying if hurt in motorcycle crashes

Middle-age riders run higher risk of dying if hurt in motorcycle crashesU. S. researchers have concluded that many baby boomers keep riding motorcycles as they age but middle-age riders run a higher risk of dying if hurt in motorcycle crashes.

The risk of parents’ breakup is increased by miscarriage and stillbirth

The risk of parents’ breakup is increased by miscarriage and stillbirthU. S. researchers have found that experiencing a miscarriage or stillbirth increases the risk the parents will break up.

Data from the National Survey of Family Growth for married and cohabiting women who had a live birth, miscarriage or stillbirth, was used by lead author Dr. Katherine Gold, an assistant professor of family medicine and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan Health System.

If mothers go for six months of exclusive breastfeeding, 900 deaths may be avoided yearly

If mothers go for six months of exclusive breastfeeding, 900 deaths may be avoided yearly According to researchers if mothers followed the U. S. government's recommendation of six months of exclusive breastfeeding, some 900 deaths may be avoided yearly.

'Paathshaala' is about the education system: Director

'Paathshaala' is about the education system: DirectorNew Delhi, April 6 - "Paathshaala" director Milind Ukey is tired of people constantly comparing his film with Aamir Khan's "Taare Zameen Par" and says he is highlighting macro issues of the "education system at large".

"People are comparing 'Paathshaala' to 'Taare Zameen Par', but when they see the film they will realise both are very different," Ukey told IANS in an interview.

A new drug development process begins to cure cancer

Cancer-CellsBritish scientists have found a new group of molecules which will prevent the deadly tumors of cancer from spreading. This is a remarkable breakthrough to fight against cancer.

Scientist, Dr Gerd Wagner , the team leader of University of East Angila claim that they have discovered a synthetic version of a molecule in cancer cells which can block an enzyme, that affects how cells attach and force other cells to spread around the body.

Sania climbs in WTA ranking

Sania climbs in WTA rankingIn the year 2006, Sania Mirza, the queen of Indian tennis marched into the World top 30 rankings on the WTA tour.

Now in 2010 again she took a big hit, despite of a wrist injury and engaged in her marriage celebrations, Sania Mirza, an icon in Tennis managed to climb steps in WTA ranking issued on Monday.

Sania Mirza has 740 points in the list holding 90th position, while in the doubles she slides from 36th position to 44th position with 1875 points.

In the meantime talking about Leander Paes, he continues to remain at 6th position in the ATP list with 6520 points.

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