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Yogic Physiology

Yogic Physiology is considered as one of the doorways towards enlightenment. The state is achieved through practices such as asanas and pranayam which renders cognitive shifting of the human brain i.e. changes in the communication of conscious brain Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 08/01/2013 at 05:17

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Beer vs Liquor

A very common topic of discussion among alcohol consumers is the differences in available alcohol varieties. A traditional saying which goes very popular among drinkers is “Beer before liquor, never sicker. Liquor before beer, everything clear.” Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 04/12/2012 at 05:55

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Preserving Sperm Stem Cell in Cancer Patients

Infertility arising in cancer patients as a result of chemotherapy treatment is reaping new hopes after the successful discovery of stem cell based approach to treat infertility in other primates. Chemotherapy/radiation therapy often damages dividing cells, Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 04/12/2012 at 05:03

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Vitamin C as Potential Drug for High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Heart Failure

Anti-oxidants are considered as modern day nostrum. Anti-oxidants forage around our body scavenging highly unstable molecules of free radicals which are a potential threat to DNA and proteins. Vitamin C is one such food supplement with anti-oxidative property. Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 29/11/2012 at 07:50

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Stress: It’s not about Defying,it’s all about Controlling

Stress, a frequently used term in today’s day to day life describes all health related issues in the modern times. Stress, in any of its form is not good, and is not equal. Traumatic stress increases the risk for all sorts of psychiatric disorders, Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 17/11/2012 at 06:17

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IspH: A New Direction in Battle Against Malaria and Tuberculosis

Terpenes are one of the largest and diverse classes of natural compounds; common examples are estrogens and cholesterol. In general, the synthesis of terpenes starts from two elementary compounds – Isopentenyl-diphosphate (IPP) and Dimethylallyl diphosphate Read more…

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Posted by MERLYN - 19/10/2012 at 06:11

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