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   Just 30 minutes of <strong>daily</strong> exercise reduces asthma symptoms

Just 30 minutes of daily exercise reduces asthma symptoms

09 Oct 2015

Toronto: Just 30 minutes of non-strenuous exercise such as walking or doing yoga can result in significant reduction of asthma symptoms, says a new study.

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An hour of video game <strong>daily</strong> can make girls fat

An hour of video game daily can make girls fat

25 Sep 2015

London: Young women who play computer games for an hour every day are at increased risk of gaining unhealthy weight, warns new research.

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Female students spend 10 hours <strong>daily</strong> on cellphone!

Female students spend 10 hours daily on cellphone!

21 Sep 2015

New York: Female college students spend an average of 10 hours a day on their cellphones and male college students spend nearly eight, reveals new research from a US university.

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Veteran CPI leader Bani Dasgupta passes away at 88

Veteran CPI leader Bani Dasgupta passes away at 88

04 Aug 2012

Veteran CPI leader and champion of women's rights Bani Dasgupta died on Saturday, family sources said. She was 88.

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 Eat hot chillies <strong>daily</strong> to stay in shape

Eat hot chillies daily to stay in shape

19 Aug 2015

Sydney: If you love to include chillies in your diet, you have another healthy reason to do so. According to a study, consumption of hot chillies can prevent overeating via an action on nerves in the stomach, thus curbing obesity in chilli lovers.

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Modi's UAE visit a wake-up call for Pakistan: <strong>Daily</strong>

Modi's UAE visit a wake-up call for Pakistan: Daily

20 Aug 2015

Islamabad: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the UAE should be a wake-up call for Pakistan as "India is on the move in the region", said a leading Pakistani daily on Thursday.

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Smartphone users spend 169 minutes <strong>daily</strong> on their devices: Report

Smartphone users spend 169 minutes daily on their devices: Report

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Smartphone users in the country spend an average 169 minutes (about three hours) per day on their devices, a report by mobile advertising company Vserv said today.

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 Now a smartphone app to check your <strong>daily</strong> alcohol intake limit

Now a smartphone app to check your daily alcohol intake limit

07 Jul 2015

Singapore: If you are not sure about how to curb excess drinking, then download this app that will warn you the moment you exceed your daily alcohol limit. The app 'The Alcohol Tracker,' enables users to log the number of beers, shots or glasses of wine they are either prescribed or can handle daily or weekly.

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Facebook tests 'Watch Later' button

Facebook tests 'Watch Later' button

17 Jul 2015

New York: With Facebook already clocking four billion daily video views, it is clearly one of the fastest growing content categories on the site.

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Spending over two hours <strong>daily</strong> on social networking sites bad for kids' memory

Spending over two hours daily on social networking sites bad for kids' memory

23 Jul 2015

Ottawa: Spending more than two hours daily on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram can put your kids at the risk of developing poor mental health, high psychological distress and even suicidal thoughts, new research shows.

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