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Do not consume unnecessary antibiotics: <strong>Report</strong>

Do not consume unnecessary antibiotics: Report

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Contrary to popular mainstream perception, researchers have found that consuming an unnecessary amount of antibiotics could lead to antibiotic resistance, a major public health concern.

Antibiotics,   Resistance,   Public health,   Researchers,   Infections,  
Loose your 'belly fat' with kitchen ingredients

Loose your 'belly fat' with kitchen ingredients

22 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Being overweight does not mean that a person is unhealthy but if any one carrying fat in the abdominal cavity or belly fat, then it is a matter of great concern. A study on belly fat presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress confirmed that visceral fat – the type that gathers around your internal organs – is far more dangerous to your health than you might think. According to experts, cardiovascular deaths were 2.75 times higher for those who carry big bellies. Fat around the midsection is a strong risk factor for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even some types of cancers. However, one can easily get rid of that paunch quickly and get rid of  excess fat around the wasteline by using ingredients found in everybody's kitchen.

diet,   belly fat,   garlic,   fat,   reduce belly fat,   dieting plan,   weight loss,  
Breakthrough paves way for same sex couple babies: <strong>Report</strong>

Breakthrough paves way for same sex couple babies: Report

22 Feb 2015

London: In a breakthrough, researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist, have shown that stem cells from the skin of two adults of the same sex can be used to make human egg and sperm cells.

Same sex couple,   Stem Cells,   Cambridge University,   Foetus,  
Crossword presents <strong>12th</strong> edition of book awards

Crossword presents 12th edition of book awards

07 Dec 2013

Mumbai: Crossword, the leading bookstore chain, presented the 12th edition of its popular books award in Mumbai this weekend, with Ravi Subramaniam, who is also known as the John Grisham of banking, bagging a hat-trick under the popular category.

Crossword,   12th edition of book awards,   Crossword Book Award 2013,   books,   Ravi Subramaniam,   ,  
 600 million to be afflicted with diabetes by 2035: <strong>Report</strong>

600 million to be afflicted with diabetes by 2035: Report

17 Feb 2015

Doha: A report on the prevalence of type-2 diabetes worldwide released on Tuesday warned that an estimated 600 million people will suffer from the disease by 2035 and has termed it as a "serious and urgent" challenge.

diabetes,   type 2 diabetes,   disease,   WISH,   health,  
80 percent people own smartphone worldwide: <strong>Report</strong>

80 percent people own smartphone worldwide: Report

10 Jan 2015

New York:  Nearly 80 percent of people worldwide now own a smartphone while almost 50 percent have a tablet, a report from market research firm says.

smartphone,   market research,   internet,   mobile,   tablets ,  
Proper time <strong>planning</strong> leads to happy retirement

Proper time planning leads to happy retirement

23 Aug 2013

Taipei: Scientists suggest that retirees should plan their free time effectively to lead a happy and fulfilling life post-retirement.

happy retirement,   retirement,   World Health Organisation,   life post-retirement,   latest news,  
Facebook, Twitter allowing Islamophobia to flourish: <strong>Report</strong>

Facebook, Twitter allowing Islamophobia to flourish: Report

03 Jan 2015

London: Social networking giants Facebook and Twitter have not removed hundreds of inflammatory Islamophobic postings despite being alerted by anti-racism groups, a newspaper reported.In the the aftermath of the Rotherham sex-abuse scandal and the murder of British hostages held by the Sunni radical group Islamic State (IS), the number of hate messages targeting Muslims have gone up significantly in recent months.

Facebook,   Twitter,   Islamophobia,   Social networking site,   Islamic State,  
Bicyclists are happiest travelers: <strong>Report</strong>

Bicyclists are happiest travelers: Report

30 May 2014

Washington: People are in the best mood while they are bicycling compared to any other mode of transportation, a new study has found.

Bicyclists,   transportation,   happiest,   travelers,   healthy,  
Exercise good for kids with attention disorder

Exercise good for kids with attention disorder

11 Sep 2014

New York: For kids suffering from attention deficit hyper-activity disorder (ADHD), daily aerobic exercises before school can help reduce symptoms of inattentiveness, moodiness and difficulty in getting along with others in the classroom as well as at home.

Exercise,   attention disorder,   attention deficit hyper-activity disorder,   aerobic exercises,   ADHD,  

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