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Death By Choice

The science has progressed so much that we can now practically duplicate human beings- “clone them” as we call it. The entire human blueprint is available in the form of DNA which can be tweaked with and wonderful permutations and ... Read More »

Shiney Ahuja’s judicial custody ends today

Mumbai, July 16 (ANI): The judicial custody of Bollywood actor Shiney Ahuja, who was arrested for allegedly raping his domestic maid, ends today. On July 2, Ahuja was remanded to judicial custody till today by a local Mumbai court. The ... Read More »

MJ’s dermatologist admits he once donated sperm

London, July 10 (ANI): Michael Jackson’s dermatologist has admitted that he once donated his sperm, but still believes that he’s not the biological dad of the late King of Pop’s two kids Prince and Paris. “I still can’t answer it ... Read More »

Daily sex ‘helps improve sperm quality’

Washington, July 1 (ANI): Having sex every day improves men’s sperm quality, an Australian study has revealed. In a study of men with fertility problems, researchers found that daily ejaculation for a week cut the amount of DNA damage seen ... Read More »

Why prostate cancer returns in some patients

Washington, May 28 (ANI): A new study has shed new light on why prostate cancer returns in some men despite receiving surgery or radiation therapy. While most men have an excellent outcome with such standard treatments for localized prostate cancer, ... Read More »

New DNA-like compounds show promise to treat lupus

Washington, May 28 (ANI): A University of Iowa researcher has announced the creation of DNA-like compounds that effectively inhibit the cells responsible for systemic lupus erythematosus, an incurable chronic autoimmune condition that damages the skin, joints and internal organs. Dr. ... Read More »

How parasites influence evolution of immune genes

Washington, May 26 (ANI): It’s the parasites that make the immune proteins in the body to adapt themselves to turn into inflammatory defenders, says a population genetics study. Conducted by a team of researchers in Italy, the study also suggested ... Read More »