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Gurgaon has most <strong>health</strong>-conscious people: Survey

Gurgaon has most health-conscious people: Survey

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gurgaon has emerged as the place with the most health-conscious populace, according to a survey conducted by an online food ordering platform.

Gurgaon,   health-conscious people,   online food ordering platform,   food outlets,   low calorific value,  
Wine bacteria may boost <strong>health</strong>

Wine bacteria may boost health

30 Sep 2014

New York: Red wine has bacteria that may be beneficial to human health, according to a new study. Researchers in Spain isolated 11 strains of bacteria from wine, including strains of Lactobacillus, which are also found in yogurt, as well as Oenococcus and Pediococcus bacteria, which are associated with the wine-making process.

Wine bacteria,   health,   Red wine,   human health,   yogurt,   gastrointestinal system,  
Don't harass taxpayers on pretext of scrutiny: CBDT to I-T <strong>department</strong>

Don't harass taxpayers on pretext of scrutiny: CBDT to I-T department

29 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Taking a stern view of the undue "harassment" of taxpayers during scrutiny of their cases, the CBDT has issued orders asking the I-T department to complete these enquiries in quick time and not drag them "unnecessarily".

taxpayers,   scrutiny,   CBDT,   I-T,   tax,   economy,   I-T department,  
10 minute fitness workout that delivers

10 minute fitness workout that delivers

30 Sep 2014

London: Finding time to work out during hectic professional life is difficult but what if ten minutes of your time can help in gaining a positive effect on your fitness and health.

fitness workout,   health,   fitness,   professional life,   cardio exercises,   Sculptathon ,  
Thyroid cancer patients may get low dose of radioactive iodine

Thyroid cancer patients may get low dose of radioactive iodine

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: People with thyroid cancer are often given radioactive iodine treatment following surgery to kill cancer cells that may have been left behind, a treatment that comes with its own health risks, but this is likely to change in terms of quantity now, according to a study.

Thyroid cancer,   radioactive iodine,   cancer health risks,   American Thyroid,   health risk,   ,  
Apple platform to streamline <strong>health</strong> apps data for users

Apple platform to streamline health apps data for users

29 Sep 2014

New York: Apple has launched a new software platform that collects data from health and fitness apps and filters them to suit the needs of its users.

Apple Inc,   Apple apps,   Apple software,   Apple health app,   Apple fitness apps,   iPhone 6,  
Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the public works department of Maharashtra government to explain its stand on a public interest litigation demanding measures to prevent suicides or possible terror attacks on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link here.

Mumbai,   Bombay High Court,   public works department,   Maharashtra government,   public interest litigation,   PIL,   suicides,   terror attacks,   Bandra-Worli Sea Link,  
<strong>Health</strong> Minister promises 'radical' transformation in Medical, Dental Councils

Health Minister promises 'radical' transformation in Medical, Dental Councils

29 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday promised a 'radical' transformation in regulatory bodies like the Medical and Dental Councils of India.

Harsh Vardhan,   100 days of Modi government,   Narendra Modi,   dental councils of India,  
Ill-<strong>health</strong> keeps Lata away from 85th birthday celebration

Ill-health keeps Lata away from 85th birthday celebration

29 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who turned 85 Sunday, skipped her birthday celebrations as she was not well.

Lata Mangeshkar,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Usha Mangeshkar,   Hridaynath Mangeshkar,   birthday celebrations,  
Sweat-eating bacteria may treat acne

Sweat-eating bacteria may treat acne

30 Sep 2014

New York: Bacteria that metabolize ammonia a major component of sweat, may improve skin health and some day could be used for the treatment of skin disorders such as acne or chronic wounds, shows new research.

Sweat-eating bacteria,   acne,   ammonia,   sweat,   skin health,   skin disorder,   chronic wounds,  

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