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Mother's touch critical for preemies

New Delhi, Jan 8 (ANI): Scientists have claimed that the benefits that premature infants gain from skin-to-skin contact with their mothers is measurable even 10 years after birth. In a new study, Dr. Ruth Feldman, a Professor at Bar-Ilan University, and her team studied the impact of different levels of physical contact on prematurely born infants. Specifically, the researchers compared standard incubator care to a novel intervention called " Kangaroo Care" (KC), which uses the mother's body heat to keep their babies warm. Jan 8, 2014
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Key to happiness may lie in matrimony

New Delhi, Jan 1 (ANI): Married people are much happier with their personal levels of success than others, who are just in relationships, a new poll has found. A Happiness Poll of 2,000 adults, by GE, found that more than 52 per cent were happy or very happy with their level of success, however, for people married or in a civil partnership, the figure went up to 60 per cent. Jan 1, 2014
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'Good night's sleep' essential for brain health

New Delhi, Jan 1 (ANI): Researchers have found that one night of sleep depravity can cause morning blood concentrations of molecules NSE and S-100B to increase in healthy young men. These molecules are typically found in the brain. Thus, their rise in blood after sleep loss may indicate that a lack of snoozing might be conducive to a loss of brain tissue. Jan 1, 2014
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Committed people sext when they don't really want to: Study

New Delhi, Jan 1 (ANI): A new study has revealed that college-age sexters in committed relationships frequently engage in unwanted sexting. According to the study done by Purdue University Fort Wayne, people exchange explicit message or photos for reasons that have little to do with attraction or arousal. Jan 1, 2014