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<strong>Michael</strong> Phelps dodges jail in drunk driving case

Michael Phelps dodges jail in drunk driving case

20 Dec 2014

Baltimore: Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps looked to the future, including the Rio Olympics in 2016, after he dodged a stint in prison for drunk driving. The most decorated Olympian of all time struck a remorseful tone when he appeared in a Baltimore courtroom where he acknowledged the DUI charge against him.

Olympic swimming great,   Michael Phelps,   Rio Olympics,   drunk driving,  
Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup.

Australian pacer Ryan Harris,   Australian Test skipper Steve Smith,   Michael Clarke,   ODI cricket World Cup,  
Ebola-ravaged Liberia holds long-delayed Senate vote

Ebola-ravaged Liberia holds long-delayed Senate vote

21 Dec 2014

Monrovia: Liberians have voted in long-delayed Senate elections in the Ebola-ravaged west African nation as UN chief Ban Ki-moon wound up a regional tour to assess the fight against the epidemic.

UN Chief,   Ban Ki-Moon,   Ebola,   Senate Elections,   West African Nation,   World Health Organization ,  
No case of bird flu reported in Haryana: <strong>Health</strong> Minister

No case of bird flu reported in Haryana: Health Minister

19 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Friday said no case of bird flu (H5N1 virus) has been reported in the state so far and the government is in constant touch with the Centre to prevent its outbreak.

Haryana,   Health Minister,   Anil Vij,   Bird flu,  Centre,  
Quicker food choices driven by taste: Study

Quicker food choices driven by taste: Study

20 Dec 2014

New York: If you want your diet to be healthy, take time in deciding the food you are about to pick, suggests a study, noting that quicker food choices are driven by taste and not health.

healthy diet,   health,   taste,   food,   food choices,   food,  
Captain <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke will be back, says Ryan Harris

Captain Michael Clarke will be back, says Ryan Harris

17 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Michael Clarke's candid admission that he may never play again after another physical breakdown caught his Australia team mates off guard, but paceman Ryan Harris is convinced the injury-prone skipper will be back to lead the team.

Michael Clarke,   Australian cricket team,   Ryan Harris ,  
Ban Ki-moon pledges UN support to Ebola-hit West Africa

Ban Ki-moon pledges UN support to Ebola-hit West Africa

20 Dec 2014

Freetown: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon has pledged support for Ebola-ravaged countries seeking to end the world's worst outbreak of the virus and rebuild their health systems as he began a tour of the three hardest-hit nations.

UN Chief,   Ban Ki-moon,   Ebola-ravaged countries,   Ebola mission,   World Health Organization,   Ebola,   United Nations,  
Poor balance on leg may reveal stroke risk: Research

Poor balance on leg may reveal stroke risk: Research

19 Dec 2014

Tokyo: If you struggle to balance on one leg for 20 seconds or longer, check for brain health and stroke risk even if you are otherwise healthy. According to research, the inability to balance on one leg was linked to an increased risk for small blood vessel damage in the brain and reduced cognitive function in otherwise healthy people with no clinical symptoms.

Poor balance,   Leg,   Stroke risk,   Research,  Brain health,   Healthy,  
Australian captain <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke to undergo surgery tomorrow

Australian captain Michael Clarke to undergo surgery tomorrow

15 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, who fears he may never play again due to recurring injuries, will undergo surgery on his right hamstring on Tuesday.

Australian cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   Michael Clarke surgery,   Michael Clarke recurring injuries,   Australia team doctor,   Peter Brukner,  
Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

19 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Stressing upon the need to maintain oral hygiene, Punjab Health and Family Welfare Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani on Friday asked doctors to ensure that the people of Punjab have good dental health.

Punjab,   Health and Family Welfare,   Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani,   Punjab Civil Medical Services (PCMS),   oral hygiene,   ,  

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