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Last Updated Saturday May 26 2018 05:36 PM IST

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If you enjoy a moral edge in office, read this

Employees who believe they are more ethical than similar coworkers (those that hold similar positions, have similar education background and similar tenure in the organisation) feel negative emotions (contempt, disgust, stress, repulsion) towards those coworkers.

Bedside chart may ease cancer patient's pain

Pain affects half of the people suffering from cancer and an estimated 80 per cent of those with advanced cancer, causing both physical and emotional impact on patients, the researcher said.

Good skin bacteria may help prevent cancer

Researchers have identified a strain of Staphylococcus epidermidis, common on healthy human skin, that exerts a selective ability to inhibit the growth of some cancers.

Gardening can make old people stay more healthy

The findings showed that older women who spend more than three hours on household chores a day and got less or more than seven hours of sleep a night, were less likely to be in good health.

Epilepsy drug in pregnancy ups oral cleft risk in baby: study

Women taking a common anti-epileptic drug during early pregnancy may have a greater chance of giving birth to a baby with an oral cleft, warns a new study. "Our results suggest that the increased risk of oral clefts is most pronounced in women taking higher doses of topiramate to treat epilepsy,"

Maternal blood sugar may affect baby's heart

The study may be helpful to measure blood glucose early in pregnancy in all pregnant women to help determine which individuals are at greater risk for having a baby with a heart defect.

Kidney disease may up risk of diabetes

The risk may be attributed to the rising level of urea - the nitrogen-containing waste product in blood, which comes from the breakdown of protein in foods.

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