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‘Good’ cholesterol doctrine may be flawed, says study

  • PARIS: Researchers challenged a tenet of modern medicine that higher levels of "good" cholesterol automatically boost cardiovascular health.In a study published in The Lancet, investigators said they found no evidence to back the belief that higher levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL)...
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Evidence of a 'particle' milestone for mankind

  • GENEVA: To cheers and standing ovations, scientists at the world’s biggest atom smasher claimed the discovery of a new subatomic particle yesterday, calling it “consistent” with the long-sought Higgs boson that helps explain what gives all matter in the universe size and shape....
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Evidence of a 'particle' milestone for mankind

  • GENEVA: To cheers and standing ovations, scientists at the world’s biggest atom smasher claimed the discovery of a new subatomic particle yesterday, calling it “consistent” with the long-sought Higgs boson that helps explain what gives all matter in the universe size and shape.“We have now found...
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Does nature or nurture make a top sprinter?

  • LONDON: The dominance of Jamaicans and Americans of west African and Caribbean descent in world class sprinting has sparked intense debate about whether running at speeds that push the limits of what is humanly possible is all in the genes.It is an idea that has its attractions. After all, it...
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Rasasi brings out Oriental La Yuqawam perfume collection

  • Rasasi Perfumes, a major name in the regional retail landscape offering a wide range of exclusive fragrances, has announced the launch of La Yuqawam perfume collection, described as a high-end luxury Oriental addition in its exclusive portfolio. The new La Yuqawam collection, which represents the...
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Mass protest in Japan against US hybrid aircraft

  • TOKYO: Tens of thousands of people rallied on Japan’s southern island of Okinawa yesterday against the deployment of US Osprey military aircraft after a series of accidents elsewhere involving the planes.Protesters demanded the United States and Japan immediately scrap plans to deploy 12 MV-22...
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Sugary drinks: The big culprits in obesity?

  • New research powerfully strengthens the case against soda and other sugary drinks as culprits in the obesity epidemic....
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Lost diaries help solve ‘young Mona Lisa’ mystery

  • GENEVA: A package of diaries said to have been posted to the United States from Britain in the 1960s could provide a vital clue to the origin of a controversial portrait presented in Geneva last month as Leonardo da Vinci’s original “Mona Lisa.”But in a twist typical of the intrigue-prone world...
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Rasasi’s Ashaar redefines luxury perfume

  • Rasasi’s new Ashaar collection redefines style and elegance and has a touch of mystery to it. Coming in two variants in 100 ml bottles, Ashaar (which means poetry) Pour Femme and Homme are softer and subtler fragrances.Everything from the attractive bottle to the content, Ashaar Collection comes...
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Alzheimer’s can be detected early

  • PARIS: Researchers said yesterday they had seen the earliest-ever warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease — among a high-risk group of 20-somethings — in the ongoing quest for early detection and prevention. A major problem in the search for a cure for this debilitating form of dementia is that...
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