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 How e-cigarettes can be lethal for children

How e-cigarettes can be lethal for children

28 Aug 2015

Washington: Substances used in e-cigarettes such as liquid nicotine can be fatal if ingested, yet most parents who use e-cigarettes are not aware of the dangers, finds a new study done at the Washington University school of medicine in St. Louis.

e cigarettes,   children,   cigarettes,   e cigarettes harms,   Latest health news,  
Suspected case of Japanese encephalitis detected in Indore

Suspected case of Japanese encephalitis detected in Indore

28 Aug 2015

Indore: A suspected case of Japanese fever (encephalitis) has been reported in the district for the first time, a government health official said here yesterday.

Japanese encephalitis,   Japanese fever,   Indore,   health,   Latest States News,  
 Feeling sad? Using phone won't make you any happier

Feeling sad? Using phone won't make you any happier

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Turning to your mobile phone every time you feel a little low would only make things worse as smartphones do not help alleviate negative feelings, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

sad,   smartphones,   mobile phone uses,   depressed,   latest health news ,  
'Dust lady' of 9/11 attack dies of cancer

'Dust lady' of 9/11 attack dies of cancer

27 Aug 2015

Washington: Marcy Borders, a 9/11 attack survivor known as the 'dust lady' whose photograph became one of the enduring images of the terrorist attacks, has died aged 42 after suffering from stomach cancer, media reported yesterday.

Dust lady,   Marcy Borders,   cancer,   9/11 attack,   Michael Borders,   John Borders,   Bank of America,   latest world news,  
 In distress? Shed some tears to feel better

In distress? Shed some tears to feel better

26 Aug 2015

London: Shedding emotional tears, an ability only humans are bestowed with, can improve mood over time, new research suggests."Yes, a good cry indeed might go a long way to make you feel better," said study lead author Asmir Gracanin from University of Tilburg in the Netherlands.

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Risk taker Kohli will help India better overseas record: Gilchirst

Risk taker Kohli will help India better overseas record: Gilchirst

26 Aug 2015

New Delhi: It is not often that you see India winning a Test overseas but Virat Kohli's penchant for taking calculated risks could buck that trend, feels Australian great Adam Gilchrist.

Kohli,   Risk taker,   Gilchirst,   positive cricket,   Michael Clarke,   latest sports news,  
India to be among top five markets for us: Fitbit

India to be among top five markets for us: Fitbit

26 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Fitness tracker maker, Fitbit is confident of India featuring among its top 5 markets globally in next 1-2 years, helped by strong uptake of health monitoring devices by the young population and a booming smartphone industry.

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Irish look to take shine off Aussie World Cup win

Irish look to take shine off Aussie World Cup win

26 Aug 2015

Belfast: Australia play their first one-day international as world champions in Belfast tomorrow with a new captain and three uncapped players in the 14-man squad which meets Ireland in a one-off game at Stormont.

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Beware! Incense smoke may be as bad as cigarette smoke

Beware! Incense smoke may be as bad as cigarette smoke

26 Aug 2015

Beijing: Burning incense at home may put your health at great risk including cancer as the pleasant smell from incense smoke contains certain particles that are more toxic than those found in cigarettes, warns a new study.

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  Delhi youth have high cholesterol levels: Study

Delhi youth have high cholesterol levels: Study

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Twenty three percent of Delhi youth below 19 years of age have high cholesterol levels, a study revealed here on Monday.

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