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Long working hours bad for <strong>your</strong> heart

Long working hours bad for your heart

16 Sep 2014

London: The longer the work hours or overtime you put in, the higher your chances of developing coronary heart disease within 10 years, says an alarming study.

stress,   heart disease,   blood vessels,   long working hours,   heart health,  
A glass of milk daily good for <strong>your</strong> heart

A glass of milk daily good for your heart

16 Sep 2014

New York: Do you find drinking milk disgusting? Listen to your heart and change the habit. New research has found that drinking milk and consuming other dairy products may reduce the risk of a heart attack.

glass of milk,   heart,   heart attack risk,   cardio-vascular disease,   healthy heart,  
CLT20: Dolphins <strong>take</strong> on Perth Scorchers in clash of non-IPL teams

CLT20: Dolphins take on Perth Scorchers in clash of non-IPL teams

19 Sep 2014

Mohali: Australia's Perth Scorchers, boasting many a proven performer in their ranks, will start as favorites when they take on South African team Dolphins in a clash of two non-IPL teams in the Champion League Twenty20 on Saturday.

Perth Scorchers,   Dolphins,   IPL teams,   CLT20 teams,   Champion League Twenty20,   CLT20,  
NMDC case: BSE to <strong>take</strong> appropriate action on Sebi's order

NMDC case: BSE to take appropriate action on Sebi's order

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Leading stock exchange BSE on Friday said it will take "appropriate action" in the matter of market regulator Sebi censuring the bourse for allegedly flouting norms during the offer for sale (OFS) of state-owned NMDC.

stock exchange,   BSE,   Sebi,   NMDC,   Ashish Kumar Chauhan,  
CLT20: Hurricanes can <strong>take</strong> lot of positives despite loss, says Coach

CLT20: Hurricanes can take lot of positives despite loss, says Coach

19 Sep 2014

Mohali: Losing their opening Oppo Champions League Twenty20 tie against Kings XI Punjab here, Hobart Hurricanes coach Damien Wright admitted he was disappointed but said his side would take a lot of positives from the game.

Champions League Twenty20,   Kings XI Punjab,   KXIP,   Hobart Hurricanes,   Damien Wright,   CLT20,  
Sleep deprivation can <strong>take</strong> <strong>your</strong> job

Sleep deprivation can take your job

05 Aug 2014

Washington: If you are not sleeping well and enough, apart from health problems, you also run the risk of making bad financial decisions and even losing your job.

sleep loss,   cognitive processing,   Howard County Center,   Sleep Medicine,   Sleep deprivation,  
Farah took my extra <strong>care</strong> during 'Happy New Year' shoot: Deepika Padukone

Farah took my extra care during 'Happy New Year' shoot: Deepika Padukone

12 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone says that director Farah Khan took very good care of her during the shoot of upcoming film 'Happy New Year' especially because of the heavy-weight star cast comprising Shah Rukh Khan and Abhishek Bachchan.

Happy New Year,   Deepika Padukone,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Abhishek Bachchan,   Dimple Kapadia,   Finding Fanny,   Farah Khan,  
<strong>How</strong> sun exposure leads to skin cancer

How sun exposure leads to skin cancer

09 Sep 2014

New York: Connecting the dots between sun exposure and skin cancers, a study says that a genetic mutation caused by ultraviolet (UV) light is likely to be the driving force behind millions of human skin cancers.

sun exposure,   skin cancer,   genetic mutation,   ultraviolet,   cancers,  
AIBA tells Boxing India to <strong>take</strong> IOA membership

AIBA tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After granting provisional recognition to Boxing India (BI), the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has now asked the newly-elected body to apply for IOA membership while making it clear that it would no longer deal with the ad-hoc committee which had been appointed for the sport.

AIBA,   IOA,   BI,   Boxing India,   IOA membership,   ad-hoc committee,   Sandeep Jajodia,   Indian boxers,  
<strong>How</strong> brain focuses on relevant objects

How brain focuses on relevant objects

05 Sep 2014

New York: Ever wondered how despite the barrage of visual information on its way, the brain focuses only on important and relevant items? A unique population of shifting neurons in the brain helps it do so, says a study.

brain,   relevant objects,   visual information,   neurobiology,   lateral intraparietal area,  

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