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How to keep your smartphone safe <strong>during</strong> Holi!

How to keep your smartphone safe during Holi!

05 Mar 2015

New Delhi: While Holi is just around the corner, most of the people have already decided on what are they going to wear, where they will party, what they will cook in the kitchen. But  no one would have given a thought about one of their dearest property--smartphone. Here are some tips on how can you keep your world-in-a-device thing safe this Holi!

Holi 2015,   Holi festival,   Holi smartphone care,   keep phone safe,   ways to protect smartphone ,  
Meditation can reduce chronic neck <strong>pain</strong>

Meditation can reduce chronic neck pain

28 Feb 2015

Washington: Meditation might be an effective treatment for reducing chronic neck pain, according to a new research. Chronic neck pain can lead to serious comorbidities like depression. Patients with chronic neck pain frequently experience distress, researchers said.

Meditation,   Chronic neck pain,   depression,   stress,   exercise,  
Genes behind back <strong>pain</strong> and depression link: Study

Genes behind back pain and depression link: Study

27 Feb 2015

Sydney: The commonly found association between low back pain and depression is actually due to certain genetic factors, suggests a large study of twins.

Genes,   back pain,   depression,   Neurotransmitters,   neuron,   ,  
Distraction <strong>during</strong> activities may trigger lower back <strong>pain</strong>

Distraction during activities may trigger lower back pain

09 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Besides manual tasks involving awkward position, distractions during activities and fatigue can also trigger low back pain, a study reveals. The study's researchers also found that back pain risk is the highest between 7.00 am and noon.

Distraction,   fatigue,   lower back pain,   acute pain,   World Health Organization ,  
Distraction <strong>during</strong> surgery may help reduce anxiety

Distraction during surgery may help reduce anxiety

02 Feb 2015

London: Simple distraction techniques such as talking to a nurse, watching a DVD or using stress balls can help patients relax during a surgery and reduce their pain, a new study has found.

Surgery,   Surgery pain,   anxiety,   distraction techniques,  
Arun Jaitley sits down <strong>during</strong> budget speech

Arun Jaitley sits down during budget speech

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday sat down in between his budget speech in the Lok Sabha and then continued reading out the text.

unionbudget2015,   Budget session,   general budget,   Arun Jaitley,   Finance Minister,  
Pakistan top online searches <strong>during</strong> World Cup: Google

Pakistan top online searches during World Cup: Google

01 Mar 2015

Guwahati: Pakistan have topped the chart of most searched teams playing in the ongoing ICC World Cup despite not performing well, a latest study by global online giant Google said.

Pakistan cricket team,   most searched teams,   ICC ODI World Cup,   online giant Google,  
Neck <strong>pain</strong> can be changed through altered visual feedback: Study

Neck pain can be changed through altered visual feedback: Study

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Using virtual reality to misrepresent how far the neck is turned can actually change pain experiences in individuals who suffer from chronic neck pain, a new study has revealed.

neck pain,   visual feedback,   altered visual feedback,   Chronic neck pain,  
Team India aim to stop batting collapse <strong>during</strong> slog over

Team India aim to stop batting collapse during slog over

26 Feb 2015

Perth: It has been a near-flawless performance by the Indian cricket team in the ongoing ICC World Cup but there is one grey area that skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and the team management would quickly like to address before the side gets ready for the all-important knock-out stage of the competition.

Indian cricket team,   ICC World Cup,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,  
Acupuncture efficacy depends on your expectations: Study

Acupuncture efficacy depends on your expectations: Study

13 Feb 2015

London: People with back pain who have low expectations of acupuncture before they start a course of treatment will gain less than those who believe in its efficacy, new study found.

Acupuncture,   Acupuncture efficacy,   back pain,   Acupuncture therapy,   back pain,  

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