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Close fight
Darling, why do you always wear black'” It sounds innocent enough, but if it comes from your mother it’s almost guaranteed to set your teeth on edge. Relationships between mothers and daughters have always been a regular source of tension, yet it is often hard for outsiders to comprehend what all the fuss is about. Even women who get on well with their mothers have trouble shaking off antagonistic ...  | Read.. 
 
Bose Blundered
One does not normally begin a review of a talk by listing its conclusions. But the wide scope of the lecture on “Modern Science in India: Coloni ...  | Read.. 
 
Model to beat malaria
In Africa, 20 per cent of the children get 80 per cent of the bites from malarial mosquitoes and an understanding of this could be central to controll ...  | Read.. 
Actors Hema Malini and her daughter Esha Deol: are the looks deceptive'
Close fight
Mars life
Bacteria dance
Taste for salt
Spirit of inquiry
Power of prayer
Ignorance is bliss
Deleted, but not gone
Maintaining privacy in the era of digital information requires work on a number of fronts, whether fending off spyware, protecting important files with encryption or configuring a Wi-Fi hot spot to keep interlopers off a wireless network ....  | Read.. 
Time machine
Super battery
An ethical storm
Dr Jean-Michel Dubernard, whose decision to perform the world’s first partial face transplant has placed him at the centre of an ethical storm ...  | Read.. 
 
Skim the cream
That Shrinking Feeling
A fight against the incurable
Vitamin D improves lung function
Mother-child asthma link
Surgery to treat epilepsy
Quarrels delay wound healing
QED: Not merely a machine
Medicine is supposed to provide answers. It assumes that by following certain principles and theories, even complex constellations of symptoms can be rationalised and understood. The body is a machine, and, with the right bit of tinkering, can be fixe ...  | Read.. 
Recommended: It’s not all in the genes
Monkeyluv
Robert M. Sapolsky
Jonathan Cape; ' 17.99
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Why Corner
Why do crabs always walk sideways'
 
Doctor's Desk
This week: surgery