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Tobacco Ringspot Virus could be Culprit behind Mysterious Honeybee Colony Decline

Tobacco Ringspot Virus could be Culprit behind Mysterious Honeybee Colony Declin

Since 2006, around 33% of commercial bee colonies have been wiped out due to higher instances of death of honey-bees.

Be More Active and Sit Less, warn Researchers

Be More Active and Sit Less, warn Researchers

Sitting for too long increases the risk of heart failure in men, reveals a study. The risk can be lowered if exercise is done on regular basis.

Record Low Temperatures in US does not Mean Global Warming does not exist: Scientists

Record Low Temperatures in US does not Mean Global Warming does not exist: Scien

The US has seen extreme cold weather this winter with record low temperatures.

Researchers Find No Benefit of Taking Multivitamins and Supplements

Researchers Find No Benefit of Taking Multivitamins and Supplements

Multivitamins and supplements industry in America is worth $53 billion. In fact, around 53% of Americans take at least one health supplement.

State to Delay Arrival of Asian Carp into Minnesota River

State to Delay Arrival of Asian Carp into Minnesota River

Current legislation in Congress looks promising to delay migration of Asian carp from Mississippi river to the Minnesota River.

Great White Shark found Sticking along the Florida Coast

Great White Shark found Sticking along the Florida Coast

According to a new report, scientists have found a great white shark lurking along the Florida Coast, which they were searching from past five months.

Mysterious Rock Scanned in Way of Opportunity Mars Rover

Mysterious Rock Scanned in Way of Opportunity Mars Rover

NASA Scientists are confused after seeing mysterious rock in front of the stationary Opportunity Mars rover.

ESA’s ‘Wakeup Rosetta’ Campaign to Orbit Comet 67P

ESA’s ‘Wakeup Rosetta’ Campaign to Orbit Comet 67P

European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta satellite is set to 'wakeup' on 20 January, 2014 after remaining dormant for quite some time.

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Soft drinks increases aging process at the same rate as cigarettes

Drinking sodas and smoking cigarettes both accelerate your body's ageing procedure, at about the same time, as per a study from the American Journal of Public Health.

As you get more aged, your telomeres, which are tops on the end of your chromosomes shrink.

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