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Over 50 pc high risk drinkers likely to <strong>report</strong> less drinking behaviour post weight loss surgery

Over 50 pc high risk drinkers likely to report less drinking behaviour post weight loss surgery

04 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A study conducted by Christina Wee, MD, Director of Obesity Research in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care revealed that more than half of high risk drinkers are less likely to report high-risk drinking behavior after weight loss surgery.

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Madhuri Dixit plans to educate Indian women

Madhuri Dixit plans to educate Indian women

20 Feb 2014

Mumbai: Actress Madhuri Dixit, who speaks about women empowerment and fights for justice in her forthcoming film "Gulaab Gang", also plans to educate women in India.

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Chinese man asks court to declare first son dead

Chinese man asks court to declare first son dead

30 Nov 2013

New Delhi: A Chinese man has asked a local court to announce his 1st born son who is alive to be dead, as he wanted to have another child

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Indian men have lesser lifespan, more disease-prone: <strong>Report</strong>

Indian men have lesser lifespan, more disease-prone: Report

31 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Having a lesser life span than women, Indian men are also two to four times more prone to cancer, stone diseases, suicides and heart attacks and five to six times more likely to fall prey "lifestyle diseases", an expert said Thursday.

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Malaria research requires USD 8.3 billion: <strong>Report</strong>

Malaria research requires USD 8.3 billion: Report

06 Dec 2013

Washington: Malaria research and development will require up to USD 8.3 billion over the next decade to combat the deadly disease which threatens half of the world's population, particularly in nations like India, according to a new study.

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Dementia cases to treble worldwide by 2050: <strong>Report</strong>

Dementia cases to treble worldwide by 2050: Report

06 Dec 2013

London: The number of people living with dementia worldwide is set to treble and reach 135 million by 2050, according to a new analysis.

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Cannibal Neanderthals killed, ate their neighbours raw: <strong>Report</strong>

Cannibal Neanderthals killed, ate their neighbours raw: Report

26 Nov 2013

London: Eat thy neighbour? A group of Neanderthals in Spain butchered their fellow early humans, including young children, and ate their raw meat, according to a new study.

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Few pointers that will help you <strong>plan</strong> wedding

Few pointers that will help you plan wedding

24 Jul 2013

London: Months before their D-day, people start discussing the kind of wedding they want. Should they go in for a big or a small wedding? Take your call after analyzing both sides of the argument.

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Diamonds grow like trees: <strong>Report</strong>

Diamonds grow like trees: Report

18 Sep 2013

London: Diamonds grow like trees and often possess 'growth rings' similar to those on tree trunks, new research has found.

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Drug resistance found worldwide, new drugs needed

Drug resistance found worldwide, new drugs needed

01 May 2014

London: Bacteria resistant to antibiotics have now spread to every part of the world and might lead to a future where minor infections could kill, according to a report published on Wednesday by the World Health Organisation.

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