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<strong>Michael</strong> Phelps among top-flight field for Charlotte meet

Michael Phelps among top-flight field for Charlotte meet

05 May 2015

Charlotte: Michael Phelps will take his next step toward an Olympic return at the 2016 Rio Games when he headlines a top-flight field at next week's Arena Pro Swim Series event here, USA Swimming said on Tuesday.

Michael Phelps,   USA,   2016 Rio Olympic Games,   Arena Pro Swim Series,   Nathan Adrian,   Natalie Coughlin,   Ryan Lochte,   latest sports news,  
 Gossiping good for your <strong>health</strong>: Study

Gossiping good for your health: Study

05 May 2015

New York: Love gossiping with friends? Do not shy away from the habit as it is good for your health, says a new study. The act of keeping a secret exerts not only an emotional toll, but also physical damage, shows the study.

Gossiping,   good health,   secrets,   Gossips,   Latest lifestyle news,  
  Lung <strong>health</strong> of Indian children bad: Survey

Lung health of Indian children bad: Survey

05 May 2015

Kolkata: Around 35 percent of school going children in India suffer from poor lung health with pollution being one of the major factors in determining lung health in children, a survey revealed on Monday.

Lung health,   Indian children,   lungs,   children health,   pollution,   HEAL Foundation,   Kolkata,   Breathe Blue 2015 campaign,   latest lifestyle news,  
One among 1000 live births in India has 'Down Syndrome': Government

One among 1000 live births in India has 'Down Syndrome': Government

05 May 2015

New Delhi:  One case of 'Down Syndrome' is reported among every 1000 live births in India and a provision has been made for initiating early intervention for the management of the genetic disorder, government told Rajya Sabha on Monday.

Down Syndrome,   Budget Session,   JP Nadda,   Health Minister,   health conditions in India,   latest India news ,  
Track mechanism to check authenticity of medicines: Nadda

Track mechanism to check authenticity of medicines: Nadda

05 May 2015

New Delhi: Government has developed a 'Track and Trace' mechanism to check the authenticity of medicines being sold and stored in the country, Health and Family Welfare Minister JP Nadda informed Rajya Sabha.

Modi Government,   Medicines,   Health Minister,   Family Welfare Minister,   JP Nadda,   Rajya Sabha,  
Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart attack

Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart attack

05 May 2015

London: People suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are at increased risk of heart disease and about a fourth of them are likely to have a surprise heart attack, a new research has found.

Arthritis patients,   heart attacks,   arthritis disease,   heart disease,   latest health news,  
'Unwell' Big B skips Delhi promotion for 'Piku'

'Unwell' Big B skips Delhi promotion for 'Piku'

05 May 2015

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who was expected in Delhi on Monday for the promotion of his upcoming film 'Piku',  skipped his visit as he was suffering from Viral fever.

Big B,   Piku,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Amitabh Bachchan Twitter,   Big B health,   Deepika Padukone,   Piku promotions,   latest entertainment ,  
 Coffee may act as an antioxidant: Study

Coffee may act as an antioxidant: Study

04 May 2015

Melbourne: Coffee can act as an antioxidant under certain conditions, according to a new study that could lead to a deeper understanding of the brewing process, as well as its potential health benefits.

Coffee,   antioxidant,   Coffee health benefits,   Monash University,   Coffee benefits,   Latest health news,  
Gastrointestinal tumours can lead to additional cancers

Gastrointestinal tumours can lead to additional cancers

04 May 2015

New York: Patients suffering from gastrointestinal tumours are at increased risk of contracting other cancers, says a study.One in 5.8 patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GIST) will develop additional malignancies before and after their diagnosis, the results indicated.

Gastrointestinal tumours,   cancer,   gastrointestinal stromal tumours,   GIST,   latest health news,  
Nepal earthquake: Insurance companies gear up to disburse claim

Nepal earthquake: Insurance companies gear up to disburse claim

04 May 2015

Kathmandu: With the powerful quake wreaking havoc in Nepal, killing thousands and causing damage to the properties running into crores, insurances firms are gearing up to disburse claims to the affected people, including with the help of India's state-run General Insurance Company.

Nepal Earthquake,   Insurance Companies,   General Insurance Company,   Insurance Sector,   Life Insurance,   Health Insurance,   Latest World News ,  

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