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  Don't need funds, but prayers: Aadesh Shrivastava's family

Don't need funds, but prayers: Aadesh Shrivastava's family

04 Sep 2015

Mumbai: The family of Bollywood singer-composer Aadesh Shrivastava, who is battling with cancer, says they are not seeking financial help from anyone, but everyone's blessings.

Aadesh Shrivastava,   Aadesh Shrivastava cancer,   Aadesh Shrivastava family,   Aadesh Shrivastava health,   Latest entertainment news ,  
<strong>Health</strong> secrets of world leaders revealed!

Health secrets of world leaders revealed!

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Recently, two powerful World leaders - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama - admired each other for their good health despite long working hours. Also, the initiative by Prime Minister Modi for marking first 'World Yoga Day' has been welcomed by International community. Perhaps, it seems to be a golden era in case of fitness as the World leaders are promoting healthy lifestyle by leading from front.

Health secrets,   World leaders,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Health,   World Yoga Day,   Latest World News,  
 Erratic sleep timings could harm immune system

Erratic sleep timings could harm immune system

03 Sep 2015

New York: The timing of your sleep is just as important as how much sleep you finally get, researchers from Washington State University have found.

sleep timings,   immune system,   sleep,   Latest health news ,  
Substance in your soap may increase miscarriage risk

Substance in your soap may increase miscarriage risk

03 Sep 2015

Beijing: Long term exposure to certain substances commonly used in personal-care products such as soap and shampoo, food packaging, and other everyday products could be linked to pregnancy loss, warns a new study.

miscarriage,   pregnancy risks,   shampoo,   food packaging,   soaps,   researchers,   health risks,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
 Premature babies less affluent in adulthood: Research

Premature babies less affluent in adulthood: Research

02 Sep 2015

London: Children who are born premature tend to accumulate less wealth as adults, and this may be due to their lower mathematics abilities, suggests new research.

Premature babies,   Premature babies health,   adults,   babies,   latest health news,  
  Short sleepers more likely to catch cold

Short sleepers more likely to catch cold

02 Sep 2015

Washington: People who sleep six hours a night or less are more likely to catch cold, says a study. The findings published in the US journal Sleep, added to growing evidence of the importance of sleep for health.

Short sleepers,   cold,   Sleep,   health and sleep,   Latest health news,  
 Tips to improve digestion before festive season

Tips to improve digestion before festive season

03 Sep 2015

New Delhi: While we are busy celebrating festivals, our bodies work overtime to digest the heavy festive food. They might be delicious, but they put pressure on our liver and digestive system.

Tips to improve digestion,   festive season and digestion,   digestion problems,   digestion,   Latest health news,  
Blackmoney case: Court asks IT <strong>Department</strong> to give documents to Moin Qureshi

Blackmoney case: Court asks IT Department to give documents to Moin Qureshi

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A Delhi court today asked Income Tax Department to supply documents to businessman Moin Qureshi, who is facing prosecution in a blackmoney case for allegedly not disclosing an income of nearly Rs 20 crore.

Blackmoney case,   Delhi Court,   IT Department,   Moin Qureshi,   Income Tax Department,   Latest Business News,  
 Develop close friendships to stay fit

Develop close friendships to stay fit

31 Aug 2015

New York: Developing close friendships early in life may help children stay physically fit later in their adulthood, suggests new research.

friendship,   physical health,   friendship and health,   health,   Latest health news,  
Houses of Manipur legislators torched; indefinite curfew imposed

Houses of Manipur legislators torched; indefinite curfew imposed

01 Sep 2015

Imphal: Seven houses, those belonging to a Minister in the Manipur government, one MP, and five other MLAs, were set on fire by agitators in Churachandpur district following which an indefinite curfew was imposed in the district headquarters.

Manipur,   MP,   MLA,   Protest,   Violence,   Churachandpur,   Curfew,  

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