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Towels in kitchen, bathroom most germ infested places in homes | The Times of India

Towels in kitchen, bathroom most germ infested places in homes | The Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A new study has revealed that towels in kitchen and bathroom are the most germ infested places in homes.
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Women calmer when fight erupts with spouse | Times of India

Women calmer when fight erupts with spouse | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
When a couple get into fight, it is the woman who tries to maintain peace, researchers has suggested. According to Ashley Randall from University of Arizona, for couples cooperating well with each...
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New study reviews 15 years of Bt crops, finds reasons for pest resistance | Times of India

In a major scientific evaluation of genetically modified corn and cotton farming since 1996, scientists have found that five of 13 major pest species have developed resistance to these...

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Your office coffee mug carries colonies of germs | Times of India

Your office coffee mug carries colonies of germs | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Your office coffee mug you use for just about every beverage could cause you to fall ill, says an expert. People rarely take their office coffee mug home for washing and many times they scrub it at...
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Teens receive 114 texts daily | Times of India

Teens receive 114 texts daily | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Each teen receives an average of 3,417 text messages per month or 114 texts daily, according to a US survey. Couple this with a report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that high...
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Divorce can lead to high blood pressure | The Times of India

Divorce can lead to high blood pressure | The Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Just had a divorce and facing persistent sleep problems? Check your blood pressure as you may be at the risk of potentially harmful increase in blood pressure, says a study.
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Men, women emotionally cooperate with each other | Times of India

Men, women emotionally cooperate with each other | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A new study has revealed that while men tend to match their partner's emotions during mutual cooperation, women may have the opposite response. Cooperation is essential in any successful romantic...
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Don't sacrifice for partner after stressful day | Times of India

Don't sacrifice for partner after stressful day | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
While making sacrifices in a romantic relationship is generally a positive thing, doing so on days when you are feeling especially stressed may not be beneficial, according to a new study from the...
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Teens receive 114 text messages daily: Survey | Times of India

Teens receive 114 text messages daily: Survey | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON: Each teen receives an average of 3,417 text messages per month or 114 texts daily, according to a US survey. Couple this with a report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
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Kitchen sponge is dirtiest item at home | Times of India

LONDON: The toilet seat is believed to be the dirtiest item in the average household, but scientists say the filthiest culprit in your house is the kitchen sponge. Dr Chuck Gerba, professor of...
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