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Kids hogging <strong>food</strong> cannot manage weight status: Study

Kids hogging food cannot manage weight status: Study

23 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Children as young as three find high-energy treats too tempting to refuse, even when they are not hungry, a research discovered.

Kids weight,   status,   high-calorie,   food,   self-control,   weight,   Eating Behaviors,  
US air defence forces on alert after attack on Canadian parliament

US air defence forces on alert after attack on Canadian parliament

23 Oct 2014

Washington: Air defence forces were put on high alert and cities across US increased security after Wednesday's deadly shooting attacks on the Canadian parliament in the capital city of Ottawa. Shortly after the attack, President Barack Obama spoke to Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the phone and offered any assistance Canada needed in responding to these attacks, the White House said in a statement.

USA,   US security,   Terror Attack,   Canadian parliament ,  US President,   Barack Obama,  Canada,   Prime Minister Stephen Harper,  
WTO DG senses inclination to solve <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong> issue

WTO DG senses inclination to solve food security issue

17 Oct 2014

Geneva/New Delhi: Although there is an impasse at WTO, there is a "widespread positive disposition" to find a permanent solution to the issue of public stock-holding of foodgrains, its Director General Roberto Azevedo said.

WTO,   Roberto Azevedo,   Bali deal,   food security issue,   food security bill,   World Trade Organization,   Trade Facilitation Agreement ,  
Iron-rich <strong>food</strong> puts night workers at diabetes risk

Iron-rich food puts night workers at diabetes risk

22 Oct 2014

New York: Consuming iron-rich food may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes in workers who punch in for the graveyard shift, found a research.

Iron-rich food,   vitamins,   calories,   Type 2 diabetes,   diabetes risk,   diabetes ,  
Marital woes can make you fat

Marital woes can make you fat

22 Oct 2014

New York: If you have a history of depression, picking up fights with your better half could increase the risk of obesity by altering how the body processes high-fat foods, says a new research.

Marital woes,   fat,   depression,   high-fat food,   insulin,  
No fear of deflation: Indian consumers respond to softer oil, <strong>food</strong> prices

No fear of deflation: Indian consumers respond to softer oil, food prices

22 Oct 2014

NEW DELHI : Falling crude oil prices have helped Indian lawyer Pratik Mehra get off the bus and back behind the wheel of his car, cutting his travel time to work by a third.

Deflation,   Fuel,   Inflation,   Diesel,   China,   India,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
Paswan asks states to monitor quality of consumer products

Paswan asks states to monitor quality of consumer products

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Wednesday asked states to strictly monitor quality of consumer products during the ongoing festival season.

Food and Consumer Affairs Minister,   Paswan,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   LPG,   Diwali,  
Pregnant women should take precautions during Diwali

Pregnant women should take precautions during Diwali

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Not only the pollutants but the loud noise of crackers could be harmful for pregnant women and newborns during Diwali, said experts.

Pregnant women,   Diwali,   pollutants,   newborns,   eco friendly Diwali,   healthy food,  
Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at night

Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at night

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Shift workers who munch on high-iron foods such as red meat and beans at night may be disrupting the circadian clock in their livers, a new study has found.

Shift workers,   high-iron food,   red meat,   beans,   circadian clock,   liver,   hemoglobin,  
On Diwali, PM to be with flood-hit people of J&K, <strong>security</strong> beefed up as separatists call for strike

On Diwali, PM to be with flood-hit people of J&K, security beefed up as separatists call for strike

22 Oct 2014

Srinagar:  Showing a special gesture towards flood-hit people of Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to the Valley on Diwali to spend the day with those who suffered due to last month's deluge. Security has been beefed up across the Valley as separatists called for a general strike on Thursday against the visit of the Prime Minister.

Diwali,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   flood-hit Kashmir,   Narendra Modi,   Hurriyat Conference,   BJP,   NC,   Omar Abdullah,   Modi in Jammu,   ,  

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