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Emotional <strong>stress</strong>, mood swings lead to overeating

Emotional stress, mood swings lead to overeating

14 Jul 2014

New Delhi: If you cannot resist the sweets kept in your refrigerator and crave for food even after a sumptuous meal, you could be a victim of overeating, warn health experts.

Emotional stress,   overeating,   mood swing,   healthy living,   food,   health experts,   stress,  
Samsung Electronics under pressure to reinvent itself

Samsung Electronics under pressure to reinvent itself

08 Aug 2014

New Delhi: As its smartphone sales stutter and a generational leadership succession looms, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is under pressure to reinvent itself to be more innovative, but not lose the rigor and focus that made it a global powerhouse.

Samsung Electronics,   Samsung,   worker-friendly environment,   Suwon campus,   job security,  
Dunga favorite for Brazil football’s top <strong>job</strong>

Dunga favorite for Brazil football’s top job

19 Jul 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Former World Cup winning captain Dunga is the favorite on a short list of candidates to coach Brazil's national football team, two sources with direct knowledge of the situation said on Friday.

Dunga,   Brazil,   Brazil football team,   World Cup,   Germany,   semifinal,   Netherlands,   Felipe Luiz Scolari,  
It is government's <strong>job</strong> to protect rights of gays: Dr Vardhan

It is government's job to protect rights of gays: Dr Vardhan

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday batted for ‘human rights’ of gays and said it was the government's job to protect their rights.

Dr Harsh Vardhan,   gay rights,   Union Health Minister. Government job,   human rights,  
Early life <strong>stress</strong> affects brain for long

Early life stress affects brain for long

28 Jun 2014

New York: In a latest breakthrough, scientists have revealed that Chronic, toxic stress like poverty, neglect and physical abuse early in life can negatively affect a person resulting into behavioural disorders and increased cumulative life stress.

Chronic,   toxic stress,   physical abuse,   behavioural disorders,   cumulative life stress ,  
Smartphone app to test <strong>stress</strong> level: Report

Smartphone app to test stress level: Report

07 Jul 2014

New York: Scientists as part of their latest innovation are working on a smartphone app that will test your stress level easily as well as cost-effectively.

Smartphone app,   small external device,   psychotic depression,   Joel Ehrenkranz,   Intermountain Healthcare,  
Microsoft expected to announce <strong>job</strong> cuts this week: Reports

Microsoft expected to announce job cuts this week: Reports

15 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Microsoft Corporation is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years as the software maker looks to integrate Nokia Oyj's handset unit, a media outlet reported, citing people with knowledge of the company's plans.

Microsoft Corporation,   Nokia Oyj,   Nokia,   job cuts,   Microsoft job cuts,   Satya Nadella,  
We can do a better <strong>job</strong> with bat in second innings, says R Ashwin

We can do a better job with bat in second innings, says R Ashwin

17 Aug 2014

London: India is staring at yet another humiliating defeat in the series as England took a big 237-run lead in the first essay, but off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin exuded confidence that the visitor's would do a better job with the bat in the second innings of the fifth and final cricket Test.

India,   England,   Ravichandran Ashwin,   fifth cricket Test,   India-England test series,  
No rest for Van Gaal as Manchester United <strong>job</strong> beckons

No rest for Van Gaal as Manchester United job beckons

13 Jul 2014

Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal is in no mood to take a break after leading his country to third place at the World Cup on Saturday, as he will start working with new employers Manchester United from Wednesday.

Louis Van Gaal,   Manchester United,   Netherlands,   coach,   manager,   break,  
<strong>Stress</strong> can be highly contagious, reveals study

Stress can be highly contagious, reveals study

01 May 2014

Berlin: A new study reveals that observing someone who is in a stressful situation, is enough to make our own bodies release the stress hormone cortisol, which proves that stress can be contagious.

Stress,   contagious stress,   stress harmone,   stress harmone cortisol,   stressed strangers,   ,  

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