7 Must-Read Stories In October 2013

Seven interesting and captivating articles from the October 2013 issue of Asian Scientist Magazine.

AsianScientist (Oct. 28, 2013) – Here are seven must-read stories from our October 2013 magazine.

  1. Titans Of The Past Come Alive In Singapore
    The Science Center Singapore’s Titans of the Past year-end exhibition showcases the largest Tyrannosaurus rex skull ever found.
  2. China Reports First H7N9 Human Infection Since August
    A new laboratory-confirmed case of human infection with the H7N9 virus has been reported in east China’s Zhejiang Province.
  3. The 5 C’s Of Asian Leadership
    Strong and appealing leadership qualities will not only result in success at work, but also better relationships and endless possibilities.
  4. US Astronomers Skip NASA Meeting To Protest China Exclusion
    Several prominent astronomers have decided to boycott a NASA conference in November after six Chinese researchers were barred from attending.
  5. Studies Link Sleep Disorder To Death Risks
    New studies show how critical it is for adults with obstructive sleep apnea to seek treatment for the sleep disorder.
  6. 5 Health Myths, Debunked!
    Remember all those times you were given dubious health advice? Here are five health myths that we hope to debunk with empirical evidence from scientific studies.
  7. Gastric Banding Rapidly Reverses Diabetes
    Researchers have shown that gastric banding, a form of weight loss surgery, brings about rapid reversal of diabetes in some patients.


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