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Obese People Never Feel Full Due To a 'Misfiring' Appetite Hormone, Study

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT Glucagon, an appetite-regulating hormone fails to function properly in overweight people, hence leaving them hungry even after a meal, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the ...

Musicians Need To Look Stunning To Win Hearts, Study

Aug 20, 2013 AM EDT Musicians take a note! Music performers need to focus more on their appearance than concentrate on polishing their voice, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University College ...

Vasectomy Effectively Reduces a Feral Colony than Neutering, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT A vasectomy or hysterectomy procedure could prove more effective than spaying and neutering in feral cats, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Tufts University. The study is ...

Female Frogs Favour Multitasking Males, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT Female gray tree frogs belonging to the species 'Hyla chrysosceli' prefer to mate with multitasking males, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota.

Vanderbilt Researchers Create Robotic Device to Remove Blood Clots from the Brain

Aug 10, 2013 AM EDT A team of engineers and physicians at the Vanderbilt University have created robotic system that uses ‘steerable needle’ to reach deep into the brain to suck away deadly blood clots, especially in ...

Online Therapy More Effective than Face-To-Face Sessions, Study

Aug 07, 2013 AM EDT Online psychotherapy is considered to be more beneficial than conventional face-to-face therapy, according to a study conducted by the researchers at the University of Zurich.

University Researchers Paint ‘Mona Lisa’ On the World’s Smallest Canvas

Aug 06, 2013 AM EDT Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have created the world's most famous art work; 'Mona Lisa' on a surface that measures only 30 microns across, just a third of the width of a human hair.

Bigger lungs Linked To Improved Survival Rate in Transplant Patients

Aug 06, 2013 AM EDT Oversized lungs used in transplants lead to better survival rates after surgery when compared to patients, who receive a smaller organ, according to a study conducted by researchers from the ...

Dutch Scientists Create the Most Expensive Beef Burger in History (VIDEO)

Aug 05, 2013 AM EDT A group of researchers led by Dr. Mark Post, a physiology professor at the Maastricht University, has developed the world's first lab-grown beef burger.

People Harassed in Childhood More Likely to End up in Prison, Study

Aug 02, 2013 AM EDT People who were frequently bullied throughout their childhood and teenage are more likely to end up in prison than people who were not harassed, according to a study conducted by the researchers from ...

Taiwan Researchers Develop Smart Tooth Sensor That Can Track a Person’s eating and Smoking Habits

Aug 01, 2013 AM EDT Researchers at the National Taiwan University in Taiwan have developed and tested a smart tooth sized 'wearable oral sensory system' that can track human oral activities such as eating, drinking, ...

Hangover Impairs Brain Function, Study

Aug 01, 2013 AM EDT Apart from causing dizziness, nausea, anxiety and headaches, Hangovers impair brain function, affecting one's ability to think clearly, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Keele ...

UT Researchers Successfully Hack GPS of A $80M Superyacht in the Mediterranean; Sends Vessel off Course

Aug 01, 2013 AM EDT Using a custom-made Global Positioning System (GPS) device, the University of Texas (UT) researchers successfully de-routed an $80M, 213-foot super-yacht off its programmed course.

Weight Discrimination against Fat People Leads To More Weight Gain, Study

Jul 31, 2013 AM EDT People frequently criticized for being fat, are more likely to either become or stay obese and overweight people are less likely to lose weight if they feel that they are being treated differently ...

NUS Researchers Make Durian Wine

Jul 30, 2013 AM EDT Researchers from the National University of Singapore's Food Science and Technology Program have successfully developed a clear Durian wine with six percent alcohol. The cultivation coincides with the ...

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