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Exposure to alcohol use in movies can encourage drinking in youth: <strong>Report</strong>

Exposure to alcohol use in movies can encourage drinking in youth: Report

21 May 2014

London: Exposure to alcohol use in movies can encourage drinking in young people, a significant research shows.

alcohol,   drinking,   drinking in youth,   alcohol use in movies,   exposure to alcohol,   ,  
'Smart drugs' may harm young brains: Study

'Smart drugs' may harm young brains: Study

15 May 2014

Washington: Young people who abuse 'smart drugs' to boost their attention span, memory and capacity to stay awake may risk long-term impairments to their brain function, a new research has warned.

Smart drug,   Young brain,   long-term impairments,   Wen-Jun Gao,   Kimberly Urban,   adaptive flexibility,   Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder,   prescription-only drug,   sleep disorders,   ,  
Temporary tattoos may trigger skin problems: US <strong>report</strong>

Temporary tattoos may trigger skin problems: US report

15 May 2014

New York: Want a tattoo to impress your friends but worry about the pain of real ink? Do not fall for temporary tattoos as these may cause allergic reactions to skin.

Temporary tattoos,   allergic reactions,   US Food and Drug Administration,   p-phenylenediamine,   rashes,   blisters,   Katherine Hollinger,  
Smoking habit put your kids’ health at risk: <strong>Report</strong>

Smoking habit put your kids’ health at risk: Report

13 May 2014

Washington: Parents, please note that smoking not only puts your health at risk but also that of your kids. The more time a child is exposed to a parent addicted to smoking, the more likely the youth would become a heavy smoker, research says.

smoking habit,   Darren Mays,   Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center,   US ,  
Fruits, veggies may cut stroke risk worldwide: <strong>Report</strong>

Fruits, veggies may cut stroke risk worldwide: Report

10 May 2014

Washington: Eating fruits and vegetables regularly can dramatically slash the risk of stroke worldwide, according to new research.

Stroke risk,   fruits,   veggies,   preventing stroke,   prevention from stroke risk,   ,  
Indian tourists flock to Australia: <strong>Report</strong>

Indian tourists flock to Australia: Report

31 Dec 2013

Melbourne: Indian tourists are flocking to Australia to see its beauty, taking the total number of overseas travelers from the region to over 1,34,000 from January to October this year, according to a report.

Indian tourists,   Australia,   tourism,   Australia tourism,   Indian tourists in Australia,  
Cosy up at home: <strong>Plan</strong> warm, pocket-friendly New Year Eve

Cosy up at home: Plan warm, pocket-friendly New Year Eve

28 Dec 2013

New Delhi: If burning a hole in your pocket at lavish parties with deafening music and a packed crowd of strangers is not your perfect idea of a New Year's Eve bash, how about cosying up in the comfort of your house in the company of close friends and family?

Happy New Year,  In house party on New Year,   Pocket-friendly New Year celebration,  New Year celebration at home,  
Disadvantages of open-<strong>plan</strong> offices revealed

Disadvantages of open-plan offices revealed

09 Jul 2013

There are advantages and disadvantages to an open-plan office - a single giant room where there is not much to separate you from a co-worker seated next to you.

Open-plan office,   single giant room,   distraction,   distracted environment,   Gensler,  
44 percent of Twitter accounts have never tweeted: <strong>Report</strong>

44 percent of Twitter accounts have never tweeted: Report

15 Apr 2014

Washington: Around 44 percent of the 974 million existing Twitter accounts have never sent a tweet, according to a new report.

Twitter account,   974 million existing Twitter accounts,   existing Twitter accounts,   Twitter's standards,  241 million monthly active users,   account retweets,   ,  
Easy ways to remain in shape at work

Easy ways to remain in shape at work

27 Feb 2014

London: Healthy snacking and controlling portions can help get a desirable figure even if you are a workaholic. Nutritionist Fiona Hunter shares tips for staying in shape at work, reports a website:

Ways to remain in shape,   stay in shape at work,   healthy snacks,   Nutritionist Fiona Hunter,   yoghurt,   protein diet,   plan ahead,   ,  

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