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Small Things Matter: an Age Old Discovery of…

Since the Industrial Revolution, nanoparticles are considered one of the most essential engineering innovation by several scientists and scholars. It has the capability to re-engineer the man-made world molecule by molecule sparking a wave of…

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Healthy Habits: 7 Things I Wish I’d known…

The 18th year of this millennium is about to over and everyone knows that by making a few modifications in their habits, they can really live a healthy life. It’s true for some but for…

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Don’t be Anemic: Information is the key

Red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs) and platelets are the three types of blood cells which are present in our body. Majority of these cells are produced in the bone marrow which is…

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Cloning is so Controversial, but Why?

A universally acknowledged truth about cloning is that it is constantly surrounded by the idiosyncrasies of the controversies. The success rates are smaller; the risks for cloned mammals are always higher; and the ethical concern…

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Obesity On The Rise

In prehistoric times when food was scarce and individuals had a tough time between a feast and famine, obesity was considered as the sign of wealth and power. Slowly, various physicians like Sushruta, Hippocrates and…

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Cryolipolysis: Freezing your Body Fat

Fat, big, bulky, heavy, plump, inflated are some of the most common terms you will hear from people referring to overweight individuals these days. Today, fat shaming has become one of the most repeated and…