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Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths
BBC News-2010-11-04 12:13:13

Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths, according to Oxford University scientists.Full Story

Don't let the bed bugs bite Bedbugs
"Night night, sleep tight, don't let the bed-bugs bite…" It's long been a favourite rhyme to send children off to sleep.
 
Don't let the bed bugs bite Bedbugs
"Night night, sleep tight, don't let the bed-bugs bite…" It's long been a favourite rhyme to send children off to sleep.
 
New 'superbug' found in UK hospitals
A new superbug that is resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics has entered UK hospitals, experts warn.
 
Death rate doubles in Moscow as heatwave continues
An ambulance crosses a smog-bound Red Square, 9 August The full health impact of the heatwave nationwide has not been reported.
 
Midnight snacking damages the teeth, experts warn
By Michelle Roberts Health reporter, BBC News woman snacking Midnight snacks may stick to the teeth for longer, experts suspect.
 
DNA clue to life at high altitude
By Helen Briggs Health reporter, BBC News. Tibetans function normally at high altitude The ability of Tibetans to live on the "roof of the world" may be down to their DNA, US researchers say.
 
At Front Lines, AIDS War Is Falling Apart
Tyler Hicks/The New York Times. Dinavance Kamukama, 28, front right, with her cousins in Kampala, Uganda.
 
US youngsters are too fat to fight, warn generals
File pic of ban measuring his waist. Former generals want Congress to act to give children better food in schools.
 
Illegal banana gin 'kills 80' in Uganda
Similar home-made gins are common across AfricaSome 80 people have died in Uganda after drinking illegal home-made banana gin laced with methanol, a health official says.
 
Volcanic ash spreads more travel misery across Europe
Millions of stranded travellers face further air chaos as the volcanic ash from Iceland that has closed most of Europe's airspace continues to spread.
 
HIV patients 'need drug lifeline
The antibiotic is not available in many places. The opportunity to save tens of thousands of HIV patients with a simple, cheap, drug treatment is being missed, say researchers.
 
China faces 'diabetes epidemic
A change in lifestyle following rapid economic growth is partly to blame. China faces a diabetes epidemic, with almost one in 10 adults having the disease while most cases remain undiagnosed, researchers have said.
 
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